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City Departments

Traffic questions delay panel review of post office plan

Chicago Public Library welcomes first 'fab lab'

Vienna Beef to get $5 million city subsidy for South Side move

Hamstrung by IDOT, city plans buffered lanes where Cann was killed

Pilsen tax district on hold, but plan could be revived

Bike-share service delayed 2 weeks

CTA's Grand Blue Line station sees rapid growth in ridership, agency says

Marijuana busts still costing millions of taxpayer dollars

Chicago harbors still struggling to fill boat slots

Chicago saw less power outages, quicker response times in 2012

There were less power outages in Chicago 2012 than any other year since 1997, when the city began to review ComEd’s compliance with its franchise agreement with Chicago, according to the findings in the Annual Commonwealth Edison 2013 Summer Preparedness and 2012 Reliability Report.