No Money for Inspections We Guess
- Two-thirds of Chicago elevators were not inspected at all in 2013 — and 62 percent of safety violations uncovered over the prior eight years went “unresolved”—according to a “worrisome” audit released Wednesday.
Inspector General Joe Ferguson’s latest audit examines what has been a chronic problem for Chicago’s inundated and under-staffed Department of Buildings.
Just think of all those fines and fee permits for work that aren't being collected. But Rahm will shorten the yellow light to under the federally mandated minimum of three-seconds, collect $7.7 million and then refuse to refund a penny when caught dirty.
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