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Chicago residents: Get involved in the redrawing of your ward

With huge population and demographics shifts over the last 10 years, the redrawing of Chicago’s 50 wards might be the most interesting – and contentious – redistricting yet.

And that’s why you need to get involved.

Daley's embattled ethics aide resigns in power struggle

March 29, 2010

Posted by Todd Lighty and Hal Dardick

Mayor Richard Daley’s embattled compliance officer abruptly resigned today amid a power struggle that pitted two City Hall watchdogs against each other.

Anthony Boswell, executive director of the Office of Compliance, informed Daley that he plans to leave city employment at the end of May, said Boswell’s lawyer, Jamie Wareham. He said Boswell’s future plans were unclear.

City Of Chicago To Modernize Outdated Graft Programs

March 27, 2010

Mayor Daley plans to hold a series of smoke-filled back-room meetings to discuss the changes.

CHICAGO—In an effort to streamline unethical practices and boost illegal profiteering, Mayor Richard M. Daley announced sweeping new plans Monday to overhaul his city's "antiquated" system of graft.

According to Daley, Chicago's once-great fraudulent institutions have grown obsolete, and City Hall is no longer bilking taxpayers out of as much money as it once did.