Here’s How “Community Benefits” Really Work in Chicago!

Scott, Michael J.
18620 Cedar Ave
Country Club Hills, IL 60478

Occupation: Project Executive
Employer: Louis Jones Enterprises Inc.
$1,500.00
2/19/2007
Individual Contribution
Richard M Daley Campaign Comm

Louis Jones Company Profile click link below:

http://www.macraesbluebook.com/search/company.cfm?company=726322

Mayor Daley’s Contributions

Mayor Richard M. Daley has become a fundraising juggernaut. In the eight weeks leading up to the Feb. 27 election, he collected more than $3 million in campaign cash, one of the reasons he is all but assured an easy victory. Using data filed by Mr. Daley’s campaign committee with the Illinois State Board of Elections, Crain’s created a searchable database of the Mayor’s contributions going back to 1999.

Louis Jones Enterprises Inc.3 employees have contributed a total of $9,750.

Contributor Total Amount Number of Contributions Average Contribution
Jones, Louis $4,750 4 $1,188
Agrawal, Shilu S. $3,500 2 $1,750
Greene, Augustine $1,500 1 $1,500
Source: Illinois State Board of Elections Campaign Disclosure
Unless indicated otherwise, contributions and aggregates are from August 25, 1999 to February 19, 2007, the dates available from the Campaign Disclosure site.
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Daley declines to answer questions about insider’s Olympics deal

Posted by Dan P. Blake at 1:50 p.m.
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Mayor Richard Daley today declined to answer questions about a Tribune story on how a member of his Olympic bid team arranged to develop city-owned land near a park that would be transformed for the 2016 Summer Games, potentially positioning himself to cash in if the Games come here.

Developer Michael Scott Sr., an early member of the mayor’s Olympic committee, leads a group planning a residential and commercial project on lots kitty-corner from the proposed Douglas Park sporting venues, a location where land values could jump if the city gets the Olympics.

The mayor’s refusal to talk about Scott’s Douglas Park project came at a Northwest Side CTA station where he discussed the city’s plan for construction projects in the coming years. Daley’s public schedule indicated he would only be taking questions on that topic today, but a throng of reporters showed up and asked him about Scott’s project.

Daley, however, said he would only be taking questions on the city’s construction plans. “I’m sorry I can’t answer questions every day. Every day, I do it enough,” Daley said.
Asked by a Tribune reporter when he would be available to talk about Scott’s project, Daley said the question insulted him.

“Oh, I do it everyday, you’ve been with me every day. Never insult me with that question,” Daley said. “You’re insulting me because every day I’m here, you’re never here. And don’t print that, so I know you’ll print it.”
Daley’s press staff then ended the news conference.
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One response to “Here’s How “Community Benefits” Really Work in Chicago!

  1. What a creep!

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