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April 2, 2014 | By Leonor Vivanco, @lvivanco and RedEye
Ald. Brendan Reilly (42nd) has proposed cracking down on valet parking operators by fining them up to $5,000 for operating without a license or revoking their licenses if they use counterfeit parking meter display tickets. Unlicensed valet operators would be fined between $3,000 and $5,000, incarcerated for up to six months, or both, according to an amendment to the valet ordinance introduced at Wednesday's City Council meeting. In addition, any valet operator or its employees found to be parking customers' cars using a stolen, altered, defaced, tampered or counterfeit parking meter ticket or...
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April 2, 2014 | By Leonor Vivanco, @lvivanco and RedEye
Ald. Brendan Reilly (42nd) has proposed cracking down on valet parking operators by fining them up to $5,000 for operating without a license or revoking their licenses if they use counterfeit parking meter display tickets. Unlicensed valet operators would be fined between $3,000 and $5,000, incarcerated for up to six months, or both, according to an amendment to the valet ordinance introduced at Wednesday's City Council meeting. In addition, any valet operator or its employees found to be parking customers' cars using a stolen, altered, defaced, tampered or counterfeit parking meter ticket or...
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November 16, 2011 | RedEye
The Chicago City Council voted unanimously Wednesday to approve Mayor Rahm Emanuel's first budget. So what does this mean for new fines and fees? Offense: Tampering with city water meter: Old fine: Shut off New fine: $500-750 (includes potential shutoff) No vehicle sticker (large truck): Old fine: $120 New fine: $500 Late fee for vehicle sticker: Old fine: $40 New fine: $60 No vehicle sticker: Old fine: $120 New fine: $200 Parking meter violation...
SPORTS
April 27, 2012 | By Leonor Vivanco, RedEye
The Chicago Fire will unveil its luxury box called the Second Star Club at its match on Saturday against the Seattle Sounders. The latest addition to Toyota Park is on the third floor where eight suites were knocked out midfield to make room for a spacious 6,766-square-foot area complete with a dining room, chic bar and 164 plush red leather seats outdoors to watch the game. Club members sign up for three-year memberships starting at $6,500 to get premier seating and access to valet parking, concerts at Toyota Park and all Fire games (with the exception of the MLS Cup)
SPORTS
April 27, 2012 | By Leonor Vivanco, RedEye
The Chicago Fire will unveil its luxury box called the Second Star Club at its match on Saturday against the Seattle Sounders. The latest addition to Toyota Park is on the third floor where eight suites were knocked out midfield to make room for a spacious 6,766-square-foot area complete with a dining room, chic bar and 164 plush red leather seats outdoors to watch the game. Club members sign up for three-year memberships starting at $6,500 to get premier seating and access to valet parking, concerts at Toyota Park and all Fire games (with the exception of the MLS Cup)
NEWS
February 29, 2012 | By Emily Van Zandt, RedEye
If you think that March in Chicago is all about college basketball and dying things green, think again. March is coming in strong with plenty of big concerts, charity events and more to keep you entertained between all the basketball games and day drinking. Here are 25 ways to stay occupied over the next 31 days. March 9: Shut Up and Dance The Mid, 306 N. Halsted St. Some of Chicago's favorite DJs hit the stage, including Team Bayside High, Phenom, Orville Kline, Red Mob and more with specials including $4 PBR tall boys.
NEWS
November 16, 2011 | RedEye
The Chicago City Council voted unanimously Wednesday to approve Mayor Rahm Emanuel's first budget. So what does this mean for new fines and fees? Offense: Tampering with city water meter: Old fine: Shut off New fine: $500-750 (includes potential shutoff) No vehicle sticker (large truck): Old fine: $120 New fine: $500 Late fee for vehicle sticker: Old fine: $40 New fine: $60 No vehicle sticker: Old fine: $120 New fine: $200 Parking meter violation...
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