"This is not acceptable," Judge Wettick said of the plan that county officials submitted to him instead of implementing his order to conduct a reassessment of property based on a four-year timeline starting in October. (P-G, Karamagi Rujumba)
Meawhile, Mayor Ravenstahl's nominee for Solicitor faced questions from the Council today, including some concerning his current gig.
The firm is representing the S Bar on the South Side, whose owner is suing the city over an ordinance that limits the number of alcohol-serving establishments on Carson Street by setting a "saturation level," Kraus said. "I think their flagrant flaunting ... is unlike anything I've ever seen, and the law firm of Caputo & Caputo is right there front and center." (Trib, Team Effort)
Finally, Council delayed discussion on the Student Tax for one week, so as to instead dive headlong into the Council Presidency debate.
[Mrs. Kail-Smith] said Mr. Peduto's and Mr. Shields' push for a divisive vote represents "part of the problem. We do not stand together as a body. We do not work together as a body.
"It's I, I, I, and me, me, me." (P-G, Rich Lord)