City Set To Announce Plans To Replace Lead Water PipesThe city will announce plans in the coming weeks to replace lead water pipes at a cost of $8 billion to $10 billion.
Getting Hosed: One Woman Gets Hosed And Bulldozed By The CityCamella Batten is retired, she’s fought cancer, and she’s scared of COVID-19. But her biggest obstacle? The City of Chicago.
Getting Hosed: Chicago's Department Of Water Management Needs A Refresher Course On Customer Service
Getting Hosed: Widow Charged Five Times What Her Neighbors Pay for WaterChicago’s water billing system has long baffled customers. Now, the city’s inexplicable method for calculating water bills has even stumped CBS 2 Investigators.
Emanuel Defends New Water Commissioner Amid Racist Culture ComplaintsEmanuel says Commissioner Randy Conner is not going to tolerate bias in any form.
Emanuel Calls On Homeowners To Install Water MetersMayor Rahm Emanuel is reiterating his support for the city’s campaign asking homeowners to voluntarily install water meters.
Water Main Breaks Near Union Station; Not Fixed Until After Morning RushIt could be commuter chaos downtown Wednesday morning, following a water main break near Union Station.
City To Test Water For Cancer-Causing MetalThe City of Chicago will begin testing for the substance hexavalent chromium, after a study found high levels of the cancer-causing metal in tap water in the city and suburbs.
City Assures Public That Water Is SafeIn the wake of a report on a cancer-causing metal in the City’s tap water, the Daley Administration is assuring the public the drinking water is safe.