The controversy just about 10 years ago was that there were some variances as far as how many people each ward has. And also they didn’t take the deadline that seriously back then either. Some vague rules perhaps or just a lax adherence to said rules or deadlies?
Al, we do tax Jet Fuel. 21.9 a gallon and regular aviation fuel at 19.4 a gallon. That is where the federal money comes from this in part, local entities also tax aviation fuel. At every airport with fuel storage besides O’Hare and Midway, those facilities also pay into the state fuel storage fund (that helps pay for environmental reclamation on sites that have had leaking tanks).
The landing fees and the local fuel taxes help cover the “local” portion of these projects and a local contribution is required for these projects.
- Tinydancer(FKASue) - Friday, Dec 3, 21 @ 9:53 am:
Found a detailed link to the People’s map, but it’s too cumbersome to use.
Cannot find detailed links to either the Latino Caucus or Black Caucus city ward maps….but then, I guess, that’s the whole point. The voters are on a need-to-know basis - and evidently they feel we don’t need to know.
Is the Sun Times High School football player of the year Jack Lausch of Brother Rice the son of the USAttny who played football at Harvard? kid going to the Dome.
- NonAFSCMEStateEmployeeFromChatham - Friday, Dec 3, 21 @ 10:05 am:
I wonder how Secretary White recently being awarded a Customer Convenience Award for drivers’ services will affect Alexi’s talking points about the “need for better customer service and technology” at SOS:
re the reign of the white aldermen, even the so called independent map preserves the one Republican in the Council—guy always on Fox News– because they keep the NW corner of the city with his most likely voters.