Emanuel's Controversial Infrastructure Plan Approved by Chicago Council

Brushing aside demands for more oversight and bitter memories of the parking meter deal, the City Council approved a revolutionary change that will allow private investors to pump $1.7 billion into “transformative” infrastructure projects the city cannot afford to build on its own.
April 25, 2012

Brushing aside demands for more oversight and bitter memories of the parking meter deal, the City Council approved a revolutionary change that will allow private investors to pump $1.7 billion into “transformative” infrastructure projects the city cannot afford to build on its own.

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