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Record #: F2014-30   
Type: Report Status: Placed on File
Intro date: 4/2/2014 Current Controlling Legislative Body:
Final action: 4/2/2014
Title: Status report on amendment of Municipal Code Chapter 2-56 to expand powers and duties of Inspector General
Sponsors: Harris, Michelle A.
Topic: CITY COUNCIL - Standing Committees
Attachments: 1. F2014-30.pdf
Related files: SO2013-3423, O2013-3428, O2013-3426, O2013-3425, SO2013-3429
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April 2, 2014


To the President and Members of the City Council:



Your Committee on Committees, Rules and Ethics, having had under consideration a communication and Report concerning a response to an inquiry under Rule 41, having had the same under advisement, begs leave to report and recommend that your Honorable Body place on file the communication and Report transmitted herewith.

This recommendation was concurred in by a viva voce vote of the members of the committee.


Respectfully submitted,

Alderman Michelle A. Harris Chairman,
Committee on Cornrnittees, Rules and Ethics
MICHELLE A. HARRIS
Alderman-8™ Ward
Public Service Office 8539 South Cottage avenue, Suite A Chicago, Illinois 60619 Telephone. 773-874-3300
FAX. 773-224-2425
COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIPS
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BudgetTvnd Government Operations

Finance
Public Safety

MICHELLE A. HARRIS
City Hall, Room 200 121 North LaSalle Street Chicago. Illinois 60602
telephone 312-744-3075
Workforce Development and Audit
Zoning, Landmarks And Building Standards



April 2,2014



Members of the Committee,

Five (5) ordinances were referred to the Committee on Committees, Rules and Ethics on May 8, 2013: 02013-3429, 3428, 3426, 3425, and 3423. These ordinances appear to expand the powers of the Inspector General to include, among other things, being able to arrest people as a law enforcement agency, having a budget that is not approved by the City Council, and being able to hire without oversight. The Committee has not indicated an interest in hearing them. Accordingly, no proceedings have been conducted in Committee on these items.

Michelle A. Ha...

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