Chicago City Council approves the first infrastructure trust project but it's much smaller than initially sold. Paris Schutz has the story.
Could private dollars provide the key to building innovative, efficient infrastructure in Chicago? We chat with the new head of the city's controversial Infrastructure Trust.
Has Mayor Rahm Emanuel's much-heralded infrastructure trust stalled? Paris Schutz has the story.
The board members of Mayor Rahm Emanuel's Infrastructure Trust get to know each other in their first official meeting. But what else is really known about this new method of financing city projects? Paris Schutz has the story.
The mayor's new infrastructure trust board was named this week. We talk with the only elected official in the group about protecting the public interest.
Mayor Emanuel names the board for his controversial Infrastructure Trust. So what happens next? Carol Marin and her guests weigh in.
With the lopsided aldermanic vote approving Mayor Emanuel's Infrastructure Trust, some are wondering if the days of a rubberstamp City Council are coming back. We talk with two aldermen who strongly opposed the plan.
The mayor's controversial infrastructure trust sails through City Council. Now what? Paris Schutz has the latest.
The mayor delayed his infrastructure trust vote. Is he working behind the scenes trying to convince opponents to vote yes? Paris Schutz has the story.
In a City Council shocker, under increased scrutiny, Mayor Rahm Emanuel calls off the vote on his controversial infrastructure trust. But the speed camera plan sails through. Paris Schutz has the latest.
Many questions remain unanswered about Mayor Rahm Emanuel's proposed infrastructure trust, but he may have enough aldermanic votes to get it approved on Wednesday. Eddie Arruza talks with a panel of aldermen about the controversial funding plan.
The City Council Finance Committee approves Mayor Emanuel's proposed infrastructure trust by an 11-7 vote. Paris Schutz has the latest.
The mayor's $1.7 billion infrastructure trust will come to a vote April 18. With some aldermen signaling they may withhold their vote unless they see changes in the legislation, Chicago Tonight polled the City Council on how they would vote on the infrastructure trust ordinance as currently written.
Nine aldermen now say they will vote against the ordinance unless changes are made.