City Rethinking Asset Sales

"Burned
by the problem-plagued privatization of Chicago’s 36,000 parking
meters, aldermen moved Monday to slow down and shine the light on
future asset sales."

(Aldermen move to slow down future asset sales Sun Times)

It's just a thought, but maybe this is why the asset sale item was withdrawn from last week's Board meeting at the last minute -- concern that CPS might sell off real estate and facilities that later on turned out to be worth much more.

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