If the 50 aldermen and alderwomen vote for this deal, it is just another privatization of public property, just like the skyway and the parking meters.
Just think if Chicago kept their own meters and raised the amount for parking from $.25 to $.50 to $.75 to $1.00 depending on location. Those funds would be in the city's budget.
If the City Council votes in favor of Rahm's Infrastructure Ordinance the people that live in Chicago should place signs along Chicago's boarders CHICAGO FOR SALE-NO STRINGS ATTACHED.
That is how I feel. Working class families can no longer afford to live in this city. Once it is privatized, that 1% will take over Chicago.