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Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Whith in 18 hours

In 18 hours there was 1 bank robbery with a gun that was displayed, 1 man pulled a gun at a kids soccer game, 2 shot while walking down the side walk, 1 died from gun shot wound when a 54 year old man refused to give up his bicycle, 1 dead at North Ave. Beach, and a man was found shot in his driveway. Really this is uncalled for I think we need to protest in front of Madigan's office asking for his resignation or to pass a ccw permit. This is getting out of control.

Quinn Shacks down State Prisions




SPRINGFIELD, Ill. - Illinois authorities conducted a "mass shakedown" of guards and other prison employees last week, taking the unusual step of searching workers as they left correctional facilities and sparking allegations of reprisal for public complaints and leaked information to the news media, according to interviews and a document obtained Monday by The Associated Press.
An email written by a Department of Corrections administrator was sent to 10 southern Illinois prison wardens, telling them to conduct the shakedowns, on July 19. It was time stamped just 18 minutes after about a dozen workers began a public forum in the state Capitol to complain about conditions at Illinois prisons.
Corrections spokeswoman Stacey Solano declined comment Monday on the email obtained by the AP. She previously would not confirm that the searches were coordinated, but said such searches are a "routine security measure" to control banned materials, which range from cellphones to weapons.
The dustup over the pat-downs comes as Gov. Pat Quinn pushes a cost-cutting plan to shutter several state correctional facilities, including next month's scheduled closure of the "supermax" prison in Tamms. Prison workers have fiercely resisted that idea, fearing increased violence if currently isolated gang members are moved elsewhere.
The searches also began just days after a published report about where some displaced Tamms inmates would go. That report was based on an internal Department of Corrections document.
Department policy allows searches of employees at any time -- beginning, during or ending a shift -- to ensure they are not carrying banned materials, from magazines and cigarettes to illegal drugs and weapons.
But the employees' union said the recent searches -- body pat-downs as opposed to routine bag-checks and metal detector screenings -- are rare, and called them retaliatory "intimidation" of employees for speaking out. The department denies that claim.
Kim Larson, an accountant at the prison in Danville for 12 years, said she has never gone through a shakedown upon leaving her 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. shift like she did on July 23.
"It was weird. Usually, they do it at the beginning of the shift, when we're coming in," she said. "I mean, what are we going to take out?"
A female officer accompanied her to a restroom where Larson emptied her pockets and submitted to a pat-down. Larson said that type of search, even when arriving at work, is so unusual that she can't remember when it last happened.
The searches were conducted the week of July 23 at as many as 15 prisons, according to the internal email, interviews with workers and their union, the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees.
The email from Ty Bates, an agency deputy director, went to wardens at ten prison facilities in southern Illinois and ordered them to "please ensure we conduct a mass shakedown on a shift of your choosing. We want to shake down staff leaving the facility," with the word "leaving" underlined in bold letters.
It was sent at 11:18 a.m., just minutes after the start of the workers' testimony critical of the governor's plans to close several prisons.
"We have no indication that there is any valid reason for these searches," Henry Bayer, AFSCME's executive director, said in a statement Monday. "Rather, the tactics and timing suggest they are part of a retaliatory effort by the administration to intimidate whistleblowers."
Solano, the prisons spokeswoman, said last week that the department "has full authority to search employees whenever it chooses" to ensure they aren't bringing in or helping move banned materials. "This is one such measure the department is taking to ensure safety and security inside the prisons," she said.
Solano denied that the department retaliates against staff and said employees are encouraged to report problems to the Office of the Executive Inspector General.
Quinn, a Democrat, wants to close the prison in Tamms and a women's prison in Dwight to save money. He said Tamms is underused and too expensive despite advocates' contention that its isolation of troublemakers reduces problems in other prisons which critics say are too crowded.
There are currently about 48,000 inmates in a system designed for 33,000. The department had 16,000 employees in 2002, but just more than 11,000 in June.
Criticism of the closure plan has increased after reports about violence and Tamms' shutdown.
The AP reported earlier this month, after tipped by people knowledgeable about the prisons, on a string of violent incidents and an inmate drug overdose in the previous six weeks.
Days after the workers union's public forum at the Capitol, Lee Enterprises newspapers in Illinois reported on an internal Department of Corrections memo that designated nine Tamms inmates for transfer to prisons out of state.
That prompted lawmaker complaints that Tamms should stay open and resulted in a letter to the newspapers from Corrections chief executive Jerry Buscher, warning that publication of the material would be viewed "as attempting to promote disorder within the prison system."
Union spokesman Anders Lindall said Corrections officials told the union the shakedowns were necessary because of a recent inmate cell search that turned up cellphones. Solano confirmed that contraband was found but would not comment further.
Toby Oliver, a correctional lieutenant at Tamms who was stabbed by an inmate at Stateville in 1995 and has criticized Tamms' closure, called it "coincidental" that the shakedowns began two days after the newspaper report. He said he never remembers an end-of-shift shakedown.
"What is coming out of the institution seems to be the priority," Oliver said. "You'd think it would be the other way around."

Joint task force brings down Chop shop



Law enforcers revealed on Monday that they're battling one of the most sophisticated auto theft rings they've ever seen, one that's stolen millions of dollars.
In one case, they said, thieves armed with inside knowledge drove a big car-hauling rig into a local dealership. They loaded it with eight luxury vehicles, then drove away to sell them for as little as 20 percent of their real worth.
This Cadillac Escalade was Exhibit A today for Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White and his investigators. It's one of about 200 vehicles worth more than $4 million that were stolen from dealers and then resold at huge discounts through shady and not-so-shady outlets.
"They put 'em up, Craig's List, newspapers, word on the street, any way they could get rid of a car. They would wash titles, retag stolen cars two or three times. It was relatively elaborate," Tim Gainer, NE IL Metro Auto Theft Task Force.
After police officers in Cook, Will, DuPage and Lake Counties had begun investigating; they got an unexpected boost from bureaucrats. The ring was washing its forged vehicle titles through currency exchanges. But they eventually ended up in the Secretary of State's office, where workers spotted a characteristic pattern.
"By using those characteristics, we were able to run some computer queries and identify a variety of vehicles that seemed to fall into that category," Ernie Dannenberger, Director, Vehicle Services Bureau said.
The combined effort has so far led to 21 arrests. Already convicted: Dominique Henley, sentenced to 8 years in prison, and his father, James Henley, sentenced to 30 months probation.
As for their buyers, who paid as little as $10,000 for cars worth $50,000 or more, Officials said a majority were criminals themselves. Perhaps only 20 percent were innocent victims.
"If it looks like the deal is too good to be true, nine times out ten it is," Secretary of State, Jesse White, said.


Monday, July 30, 2012

In the West Pullman neighborhood Ax-wielding teen robs man

 

Saturday, July 28, 2012

Mayor Bloomberg and Gov. Christie Throw Gun Control Insults Video and article

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CBS New York reports that Mayor Bloomberg and Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey are slinging mud over gun issues.

It all started with comments from Bloomberg about the recent tragic shooting in Colorado: "This is killing people every day, and it's growing and it's not just an inner-city, east coast, west coast, big city phenomenon. Aurora is not a big city."

Gov. Christie made a jab at Bloomberg when he asked, “Can we at least get through the initial grief and tragedy for these families before we start making them political pawns?” He didn’t specifically name Bloomberg in his statement, but the implication was certainly there.

The outspoken mayor of New York retaliated by making an attack against Christie’s future political opportunities. Mitt Romney might be eyeing Christie as a potential vice president running mate, so Bloomberg tried to paint Christie as being an advocate of gun control: “Some people try to write it that he is opposed to what we are trying to do. That’s not so. Governor Christie has stood up for reciprocity. Governor Christie has said there are too many hand guns in New Jersey.”



That's the pot calling the kettle black. Everybody already knows that Christie is a strong advocate of gun control, and that New Jersey has some of the strictest gun control laws in the country.

So, will that smear tactic actually do anything to hurt Christie’s chances of becoming a vice presidential nominee? Maybe, maybe not. It does raise an interesting question for Republican gun owners: would you still vote for Romney if he had Christie as his running mate?
 
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Thursday, July 26, 2012

Detective has last Census post

 
 
 
 
 
UPDATE FROM THEE RANT POSTING: Based on decennial 2010 U.S. Bureau of Census data, two of the twelve cities cited above as the worst "HELLHOLE" cities in the nation are herein disqualified due to the fact that their respective populations (in parentheses) are less than 100,000 people. Gary, Indiana (80,294) and Camden, NJ (77,344) have been deleted, leaving the TEN worst "HELLHOLE" cities in the nation remaining. There are 275 cities in the United States with populations greater than 100,000 people.

With the corrected Business Insider list adjustment , the WORST "HELLHOLE" CITY IN THE NATION is CHICAGO, followed by Detroit.As a lifelong Chicagoan, I assure you that this is SHAMEFUL . Unfortunanety, City of Chicago government is as SHAMELESS as it is corrupt. Indeed, I believe some Chicago politicians take a perverse pride in the City's notoriety.

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BUSINESS INSIDERS: The Whole Country May Soon Look Like These American Wastelands - Top 12 Hellhole Cities! Yes, Chicago is #2!



By: Michael Snyder, The Economic Collapse

Do you want to see where this country is headed? If so, don't focus on the few areas that are still very prosperous. New York City has Wall Street, Washington D.C. has the federal government and Silicon Valley has Google and Facebook. Those are the exceptions.

The reality is that most of the country has been experiencing a slow decline for a very long time and once thriving cities such as Gary, Indiana and Flint, Michigan have become absolute hellholes. They are examples of what the rest of America will look like soon.

Sixty years ago, most Americans were decent, hard working people and there were always good jobs available for anyone that was willing to roll up his or her sleeves and put in an honest day of work But now all of that has changed.

Over the past decade, tens of thousands of manufacturing facilities have shut down and millions of jobs have left the country. Cities such as Cleveland, Baltimore and Detroit were once shining examples of everything that was right about America, but now they stand out like festering sores.

The "blue collar cities" have been hit the hardest by the gutting of our economic infrastructure. There are many communities in America today where it seems like all of the hope and all of the life have been sucked right out of them. You can see it in the eyes of the people. The good times are gone permanently and they know it. Unfortunately, the remainder of the country will soon be experiencing the despair that those communities are feeling.

The following are 12 hellholes that are examples of what the rest of America will look like soon....

Read more: http://theeconomiccollapseblog.com/archives/these-12-hellholes-are-examples-of-what-the-rest-of-america-will-look-like-soon#ixzz21eLgYCZc

Saulk Village holds meeting with it residents worried if they speak they will be arrested







Updated 07/17/12 – 9:50 p.m.
SAUK VILLAGE, Ill. (CBS) — Everyone wants to stay hydrated with the temperature reaching close to 100 degrees Tuesday, but in Sauk Village, they’re stuck with bottled water.
As WBBM Newsradio’s Brandis Friedman reports, the tap water in Sauk Village is contaminated. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency says unsafe levels of vinyl chloride in the drinking water dispensed by the village pose a threat to public health.
Vinyl chloride is known to cause liver damage. It’s a problem that’s been on the village’s radar for three years. After this broke The Mayor knew about the problem for 3 years and didn't do a dam thing until the E.P.A. stepped in then the Mayor stats in a town meeting that the water is safe and when challenged he throws a resident out and 4 other's there after after they had left the mayor thretened any one who speaks will be arrested. The next meeting was scheduled for Yesterday and the Mayor informed the Chief that if anyone speaks arrest them they are just to come and listen. Well as you will read further down noone was arrested and The Sarge made alot of phone calls informing alot of people. There were FBI agents in attendance ready to arrest any cop who violated someones civil rights. Saulk village have not bathed and they have to choose bottled water or food then do you reserve it for drinking and cooking or bathing. You have to put your self in their shoes.

A letter from the I.E.P.A.



State of Illinois

Pat Quinn, Governor



Illinois Environmental Protection Agency



John Kim, Interim Director

Illinois Environmental Protection Agency

Office of Community Relations

1021 N. Grand Avenue East

Springfield, Illinois 62702

www.epa.state.il.us

Phone: (217) 782-2829

Fax: (217) 785-7725

TDD: (217) 782-9143

March 2012



Fact Sheet # 1



Sauk Village Water Supply Contamination Issue



Cook County, Illinois



Background



In June 2009, Illinois EPA mailed public notices to all Sauk Village Water Supply users regarding vinyl

chloride contamination in groundwater that is affecting the community water supply. In the water drawn

from Well Number 3, the concentration of vinyl chloride in 2009 [at 3.49 micrograms per liter (ug/L)]

violated the federal maximum contaminant level of 2 ug/L allowed for a public water supply. Well

Number 3 was taken out of service in 2009 and has not been part of the system since then because of

the vinyl chloride contamination.

Vinyl chloride is a chemical from a family of chemicals known as volatile organic compounds (VOCs) that

are related to industrial and commercial cleaning solvents among other uses. These chemicals tend to

vaporize readily into the air once brought to the surface

at a faucet, for example. When in groundwater,



however, they are resistant to breakdown and tend to remain for many years and can move slowly

with the groundwater gradient (the groundwater flow direction).

Two other Sauk Village wells provide water into the treatment system for the community water supply,

and the point where the water enters the system has been monitored quarterly for the contaminant of

concern

vinyl chloride along with other contaminants that may affect public water supplies.



In 2010, Illinois EPA helped develop legislation that allows for early notification to community water

supply (CWS) users about the presence of a cancer-causing VOC chemical at one-half the federal

drinking water standard, known as the maximum contaminant level (MCL). The legislation compels

water supplies to develop a plan that will prevent a violation of the MCL in the finished water.

Additionally, the plan must demonstrate how the CWS will reduce the concentration of the VOC so that

its concentration is less than what can be detected through standard methods. The Illinois EPA and the

Illinois Office of the Attorney General are pursuing legal enforcement against Sauk Village to correct

water quality and water quantity problems related to the community water supply.



Is the Sauk community water

supply currently safe to

drink?


The community water supply has been meeting state and federal water

quality standards since Well Number 3 was taken out of service in

2009. However, the two remaining wells are showing low levels of vinyl

chloride, and are being routinely monitored for water quality. If the

concentration of vinyl chloride or any other contaminant reaches onehalf

the MCL, Illinois law requires that the water supply operator notify

all supply users. Illinois EPA routinely reviews all the laboratory results

of the water supply, and will make sure notice occurs.



Can the vinyl chloride be

removed from the well water?


Yes. There are various forms of treatment to remove the contamination

after the well water is drawn at the well, before it goes into the system

that delivers water to the users.



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Does Sauk Village have other

water quality issues for water

quality besides the VOC

contamination?


Yes. Other aesthetic water quality issues may include iron or

manganese content or other naturally-occurring substances that cause

issues with taste or may form stains on clothing and fixtures. This in

itself is not usually a problem for public health; however these water

quality parameters are monitored as well. Please see Illinois Dept. of


Public Health’s brochure, “

Commonly Found Substances in Drinking



Water


:” http://www.idph.state.il.us/envhealth/pdf/DrinkingWater.pdf.



Why would water quantity be

a problem?


The two existing wells currently pumping source water (groundwater)

for the Sauk Village system are nearly at capacity to meet the daily

needs of Sauk Village and the two satellite systems it supplies. If

something would happen to either pump, if another well would have to

be taken off-line, or if large quantities of water were needed (e.g., a fire

occurred), there could be a water shortage issue. That is why it is

urgently important to have a sufficient supply in place to quickly provide

a safe and adequate supply of wate

r to Sauk Village’s customers


should a shortage occur.



What health effects can

result from consuming vinyl

chloride in drinking water?



Exposure to low levels of vinyl chloride over many years may lead to

impaired immune system function; kidney, liver or central nervous

system damage; and may increase the risk of liver cancer.



How can I look up water

quality data about the Sauk

Village System?


Attached is a list of steps (page 4) to take, using

Illinois EPA’s web site


(http:/epa.state.il.us), that will allow you to view sampling data

information for public water supplies. You may want to view information

on bacterial contamination (coliform sample results) or chemical (noncoliform

sample results by analyte).



Would obtaining Lake

Michigan water for Sauk

Village solve the problem?


The State of Illinois is under a fixed withdrawal rate for Lake Michigan

water. While allocations of water for individual public water supplies

are still available, the Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR)

explains that there are specific criteria that must be met to qualify an

entity for an allocation. Detailed estimates of (a) the cost of Lake water

versus treatment of an existing water source to meet the quality of lake

water and (b) future water quantity needs must demonstrate that Lake

Michigan water is the best option.

Additionally, it is likely that infrastructure additions and improvements

would be necessary to bring Lake water to a location and to operate a

system that is in compliance with all the requirements. Developing the

required information to provide to IDNR and constructing the

infrastructure additions and improvements necessary to obtain and

provide an allotment of Lake Michigan water to customers will be a

lengthy process.

The Illinois EPA believes that a solution needs to happen quickly in

order for the Village to have a water supply that is

assuredly safe in



quality and quantity,

” per the law. The current situation is that water


from Well #3 requires treatment before it can be put into the system,

and it is not known how long water from the remaining two wells could



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avoid treatment and still be safe for public consumption, since the vinyl

chloride concentration is approaching a regulatory limit. If water from

the other two wells cannot be used for any reason, an immediate water


supply problem would exist for Sauk Village’s customers.



Who to contact for more information:


Carol Fuller Maggie Carson

Illinois EPA Illinois EPA

Community Relations Coordinator Communications Manager

Office of Community Relations 217/558-1536

217/524-8111

maggie.carson@illinois.gov



carol.fuller@illinois.gov


Dan Injerd, Lake Michigan Mgmt. Chief

Illinois Dept. of Natural Resources

312/793-3123



dan.injerd@illinois.gov



Printed by Authority of

The State of Illinois

March-2012 36830 300

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 SAUK VILLAGE, Ill. (CBS) – The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency has stepped in to help Sauk Village officials find a way to clean their town’s contaminated water supply.
CBS 2’s Marissa Bailey reports village leaders told residents of the far south suburb that the water is safe to drink, according to federal guidelines.
But local residents remained doubtful of those claims.
Elevated levels of vinyl chloride in the water have prompted the village to give out free bottled water to local residents since last week. The Illinois EPA and Illinois Attorney General’s office also have been working with the village to find a long-term solution.
The Illinois EPA has agreed to pay for the installation of two air strippers at the village water treatment plant, but that’s only a temporary fix. The devices, designed to send blasts of air through the water to remove the contamination, can clean 500 gallons of water per minute, and should be in place next week.
Meantime, Sauk village volunteer firemen were passing out gallons of bottled water on Wednesday as village officials met with residents to discuss the ongoing problem.
While neighbors are grateful for the bottled water being supplied by the village, patience is running low, even for the kids.
“The water has tasted nasty,” Sheila Heusmann said. “We can shower quickly, but I don’t want you guys taking baths – you know, sitting in it.”
Asked how cautious she is with water, on a scale of 1 to 10 — 1 being not very and 10 being very cautious – Jennie Gunn said, “Can I say 12?”
Gunn and her unborn baby boy drink only bottled water, a pricey reality for the young mother.
“I have to make a decision whether I want to buy my family a bag of chicken, or a case of water,” she said.
It was Sauk Village water that members of the Illinois EPA and Public Health Department were answering questions about Wednesday night at a village meeting.
“I want to wash my hair without my hair fallin’ out,” one local resident said.
Neighbors were able to ask questions and vent about the town’s water problems.
Asked if he would drink the village’s water, Illinois EPA interim director John J. Kim said, “if it was up to me right now, I would take up the village on their offer to have bottled water available, and that’s what I would go with until the treatment systems are in place.
A long-term solution for cleaning the town’s water was still in the works as of Wednesday night.

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Saulk Village is threatening to lock up whom ever speaks

This is Saulk Village Mayor Towers the I.E.P.A. came in and tested the towns water supply and found it was not safe to consume. When this hit the news people in the town wanted answers. The Mayor stated it was safe to drink. When one resident followed by 4 more said drink it if it is safe he through them out and thretened to arrest anyone else. The Mayor also gave this information.


IEPA and IDoPH Informational Meeting
Wed, Jul 25, 2012 from 7:00am - 9:00pm @ Bloom Trail High School 


 The Mayor stated he will have people arrested for speaking out.  I.E.P.A. and the State of Illinois declaired Saulk Village Water not safe but this Mayor says it is and then threatens to lock people up. Well the sarge made some phone calls and spoke with the Village Manager who was rude and would not give our editor a time to speak about these alligations so we are going to notify a buddy of ours to go out there  and video tape it. We need to stand together on any issue regaurdless if it is our fight or not United we Stand divided we fall and if we don't speek up we will fall.

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O2012-4628177OrdinanceAwning(s) for Jimmy John's - Taylor Not available
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O2012-4648184OrdinanceGrant(s) of privilege in public way for Dragonfly Mandarin Not available
O2012-4649185OrdinanceGrant(s) of privilege in public way for Mahoney's Not available
O2012-4637186OrdinanceAwning(s) for West Loop Health & Sports Performance Center Not available
O2012-4653187OrdinanceAwning(s) for Covenant Chapel Missionary Baptist Church Not available
O2012-4650188OrdinanceGrant(s) of privilege in public way for Mario's Butcher Shop Food Center Not available
O2012-4658189OrdinanceGrant(s) of privilege in public way for Richard N. Messeresmith - fence Not available
O2012-4662190OrdinanceGrant(s) of privilege in public way for Richard N. Messeresmith - occupation of space Not available
O2012-4654191OrdinanceAwning(s) for Vibe Lounge Not available
O2012-4663192OrdinanceGrant(s) of privilege in public way for Wing Sign Co. Not available
O2012-4669193OrdinanceGrant(s) of privilege in public way for Allstate Insurace - 1100409 Not available
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O2012-4712195OrdinanceGrant(s) of privilege in public way for 1920 N Maud Condo Assn - landscaping Not available
O2012-4715196OrdinanceGrant(s) of privilege in public way for 1920 N Maud Condominium Association- fence Not available
O2012-4686197OrdinanceGrant(s) of privilege in public way for First Chicago Bank and Trust Not available
O2012-4655198OrdinanceAwning(s) for Joe's Wine Cellar Not available
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O2012-46911100OrdinanceGrant(s) of privilege in public way for Lakeview Medical Campus LLC Not available
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O2012-47051103OrdinanceGrant(s) of privilege in public way for Mid-Town Tennis Club Not available
O2012-47081104OrdinanceGrant(s) of privilege in public way for Papacito's Mexican Grille Not available
O2012-47091105OrdinanceGrant(s) of privilege in public way for Red Eye Eyewear Not available
O2012-46611106OrdinanceAwning(s) for Spa Spot LLC Not available
O2012-46661107OrdinanceAwning(s) for Allstate Insurance Agency Not available
O2012-47171108OrdinanceGrant(s) of privilege in public way for Hoag Law Group, LLC Not available
O2012-47201109OrdinanceGrant(s) of privilege in public way for Halsted & 119th Currency Exchange, Inc. Not available
O2012-46711110OrdinanceAwning(s) for Flavio Cajiao, DDS Not available
O2012-47221111OrdinanceGrant(s) of privilege in public way for Ambrogio's Restaurant Not available
O2012-47251112OrdinanceGrant(s) of privilege in public way for First Chicago Bank and Trust Not available
O2012-47271113OrdinanceGrant(s) of privilege in public way for Frank's Pizzeria Not available
O2012-47351114OrdinanceGrant(s) of privilege in public way for Local No. 4 Serv. Employee Union Not available
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O2012-46731117OrdinanceAwning(s) for Spex Not available
O2012-48371118OrdinanceGrant(s) of privilege in public way for 100 East Huron Street Condo Assn. Not available
O2012-46801119OrdinanceGrant(s) of privilege in public way for American Heritage Investment Not available
O2012-47491120OrdinanceGrant(s) of privilege in public way for American Sightseeing Tours & Gray Line Not available
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O2012-46891122OrdinanceGrant(s) of privilege in public way for American Sightseeing/Gray Line Tours - 618 N Clark St Not available
O2012-46981123OrdinanceGrant(s) of privilege in public way for American Sightseeing/Gray Line Tours - 200 S Michigan Ave Not available
O2012-47021124OrdinanceGrant(s) of privilege in public way for American Sightseeing/Gray Line Tours - 875 N Michigan Ave Not available
O2012-47101125OrdinanceGrant(s) of privilege in public way for American Sightseeing/Gray Line Tours - 300 E North Water St Not available
O2012-47131126OrdinanceGrant(s) of privilege in public way for American Sightseeing/Gray Line Tours - 101 E Pearson St Not available
O2012-47161127OrdinanceGrant(s) of privilege in public way for American Sightseeing/Gray Line Tours - 201 N State St Not available
O2012-47211128OrdinanceGrant(s) of privilege in public way for American Sightseeing/Gray Line Tours - 98 E Wacker Dr Not available
O2012-46761129OrdinanceAwning(s) for Blowtique Not available
O2012-47511130OrdinanceGrant(s) of privilege in public way for Burberry Limited Not available
O2012-47671131OrdinanceGrant(s) of privilege in public way for Chicago Harley - Davidson Inc. Not available
O2012-47791132OrdinanceGrant(s) of privilege in public way for Chicago Trolley Co. Not available
O2012-47851133OrdinanceGrant(s) of privilege in public way for Chicago Trolley Company - 146 E Chestnut St Not available
O2012-47911134OrdinanceGrant(s) of privilege in public way for Chicago Trolley Company - 620 N Clark St Not available
O2012-47921135OrdinanceGrant(s) of privilege in public way for Chicago Trolley Company - 200 S Michigan Ave Not available
O2012-47941136OrdinanceGrant(s) of privilege in public way for Chicago Trolley Company - 380 N Michigan Ave Not available
O2012-47971137OrdinanceGrant(s) of privilege in public way for Chicago Trolley Company - 401 N Michigan Ave