As part of the adoption of the 2016 budget, Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the Chicago City Council established the City of Chicago Absenteeism Task Force (“Task Force”) to study City employee absenteeism and make initial recommendations for reducing and managing absenteeism.
Mayor Emanuel announced Building on Burnham, a comprehensive strategy to invest in Chicago’s waterfronts, parks and neighborhoods.
The plan builds on Daniel Burnham’s vision to bring more open spaces and recreational assets to residents in every neighborhood.
|Jul 25, 2016||Mayor Emanuel Announces New Divvy Bike Share Station To Serve Baseball Fans At U.S. Cellular Field|
|Jul 25, 2016||Mayor Emanuel And Emerson Collective Announce 23 Recipients Of Peace Grants|
|Jul 24, 2016||Mayor Emanuel Announces City Departments Deliver A Blitz Of Services To Back Of The Yards Neighborhood|
|Jul 22, 2016||City Officials and Community Groups Move Forward on Next Steps for Police Accountability Reform|
|Jul 21, 2016||Statement from Mayor Rahm Emanuel|
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|Jul 25, 2016||Mayor Emanuel Announces New DIVVY Bike Share Station To Serve Baseball Fans At U.S. Cellular Field|
|Jul 25, 2016||Emerging Business Permit Paves Way For Parking App Company To Operate In Chicago|
|Jul 22, 2016||Grant Park Area Street Closures In Effect For Lollapalooza Music Festival|
|Jul 22, 2016||Agenda for the July 2016 Board meeting|
|Jul 22, 2016||Chicago Department of Public Health Launches #StopZika Citywide Campaign|
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Chicago produced the first Comprehensive municipal plan in 1909