Mike Sula, Chicago Reader Food truck ordinance passes. Watch out, eloteros: you’re next. To no one’s surprise, the food truck ordinance passed almost unanimously in today’s City Council meeting, with one nay coming from the 45th’s John Arena, who described … Continue readingRead Article
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Only the General Assembly could make the switch to an elected board, but advisory referenda would clearly give momentum to the grass-roots movement by voters fed up with the “top-down” decisions made by Emanuel’s handpicked board.
“The mayor doesn’t want to have a discussion about an elected school board or a partially elected school board,” Waguespack said. Continue readingRead Article
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Monica Eng and John Bryne, Chicago Tribune Ever since Mayor Rahm Emanuel introduced an ordinance last month that would allow food trucks to serve freshly cooked meals around the city, truck owners have been hoping for significant changes. On Wednesday, … Continue reading