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The case of the nebulous NATO grant funds

We're still waiting for that NATO money to materialize. Aides to Mayor Rahm Emanuel have repeatedly said they?ve procured tens of millions of dollars in federal funding to cover security costs for the NATO summit?essentially an assurance that Chicagoans won?t be the only taxpayers who have to pony up for Emanuel?s idea of hosting the international meeting.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to t
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Emanuel, mayoral challengers face off for first time

United States / Chicago : Redeye Chicago (4 hours ago)

Mayor Rahm Emanuel's challengers criticized his economic development efforts outside of downtown and handling of the city's finances as the candidates answered questions in a group setting for the first time Tuesday at a Chicago Tri... Read Post

City Submits $15 Million Police Overtime Tab To Feds

United States / Chicago : Chicagoist (3 years ago)

Mayor Rahm Emanuel and organizers for the May NATO summit promised that Chicago taxpayers would spend a dime toward the costs of the summit. On Friday the city filed its first reimbursement requests to federal authorities, the first... Read Post

Race, poverty and politics: Springfield passes some bills at deadline, skips some; gun violence on the rise; where's the NATO money?

United States / Chicago : Chicago Muckrakers (3 years ago)

The folks over at the Chicago Reader have been dutifully following the money around May's NATO summit in a case they have dubbed "the nebulous NATO grant funds." When the summit plans were first announced, a chunk of the money to pa... Read Post

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