In 2016, fifteen aldermen on the City Council received income from an outside job, two aldermen had a family member contracted by the city, and one alderman owned eleven pieces of property. That information was revealed this week as aldermen rushed to file their annual financial interest statements with the city. All were required to submit the responses to the Board of Ethics by May 31.

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