Chicago developer charged with bribing alderman as City Hall scandal widens

A Lake Forest developer is facing federal charges of bribing Alderman Ed Burke (14th) as the investigation into City Hall corruption widens. Prosecutors said Charles Cui steered work to Burke’s private property tax appeal law firm in exchange for the alderman’s help with a city sign permit and a tax increment financing deal, according to the Chicago Sun-Times. Cui’s firm was developing the Six Corners retail complex in the 4900 block of West Irving Park […]

from The Real Deal New York

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