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Arbitrator: Chicago cops owed $1 million for NATO summit OT

Chicago police sergeants get 8 percent raises over four years

Tolva highlights mayor’s tech plan; many projects already in the works

Chicago Chief Technology Officer John Tolva on Tuesday laid out elements of Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s first-ever technology plan, a blueprint the mayor announced this afternoon that includes strategies and initiatives focused on strengthening technology in Chicago.

“It’s time for the shout to catch up with the heartbeat,” Tolva told the audience at a City Club of Chicago luncheon. “It’s time for us to actually tell people what’s been going on here, and that’s the Chicago tech plan.”

City asks minimum of $360,000 for taxi medallions

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City falls short inspecting restaurants

Union president to cops: sorry for errors that may cost you back pay

Ex-boss of indicted official sought city business

CDOT launches new online clearinghouse: "Chicago Complete Streets"

CTA: All rail stations have at least one tracker

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