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Eugene Jones, Jr., Acting CEO of the Chicago Housing Authority, met with the CAA Board last week and described his goals and objectives for the...

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Both houses of the Illinois General Assembly adjourned late in the afternoon on May 31, the officially-scheduled adjournment date for the spring...

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Living in or near the Loop has never been more popular; high-rise apartments are booming across Chicago. Virtually all the construction cranes we...

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State legislative update (8-10-15) Joan Agrella Parker, Joan A. Parker Government AffairsThe legislative beat goes on! Illinois is now into its 6th...

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Almost half of Chicagoland’s property managers mandate no smoking policies inside their residences, and a new survey indicates many more are...

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On July 13th CAA sent letters to Governor Bruce Rauner urging him to sign legislation passed by the General Assembly this spring. HB 1319, sponsored...

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As previously reported, both houses of the Illinois General Assembly adjourned late in the afternoon on May 31, the officially-scheduled adjournment...

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CAA submitted the following comments on the ARO proposed rules and map to the Department of Planning and Development by the June 26...

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The following ordinances that may be of interest to CAA members were introduced in the Chicago City Council on June 17, 2015. CAA Legislative...

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Both houses of the Illinois General Assembly’s adjourned late in the afternoon on May 31. The legislature is expected, however, to remain in...

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The Illinois General Assembly returned to Springfield on April 14 after a two-week hiatus. Although more than 6,000 bills were introduced since the...

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Below is a summary of the two new ordinances introduced at the March 18th City Council meeting. The first would allow for judicial discretion in...

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