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Prevent fraud community association

Safeguard your association against fraud Many community associations these days are besieged by owners who are delinquent on their assessments. That's only one recessionary woe. Boards need to be extra alert for fraud and embezzlement. The temptations are greater than ever, said Arlen Lasinsky, a certified public accountant and director …

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Five local hospitals have high IV infection rates

Mercy Hospital and Medical Center is among five local hospitals that reported IV infection rates that were more than double the national average in 2008. February 5, 2010 BY MONIFA THOMAS Health Reporter [email protected] Five Chicago hospitals reported intravenous tube-related infection rates that were more than double the national average …

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Heating Repair Chicago

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Cleveland law firm leases larger Chicago office

By Ameet Sachdev Tribune reporter 11:19 a.m. CST, February 3, 2010 Cleveland-based law firm Ulmer & Berne has signed a lease to occupy 18,000 square feet in the Citigroup Center for a larger Chicago office. The new office at 500 W. Madison St. signals that the firm plans to expand …

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Human body parts found in trash

Associated Press, February 3, 2010 CHICAGO – Chicago police say a waste disposal employee has discovered bags of human body parts in a southwest side trash container. Officer Gabrielle Lesniak of the Chicago Police News Affairs Office says the employee found the remains in trash bags in an alley behind …

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29 crooks and counting

Chicago City council corruption goes on and on Isaac “Ike” Carothers kept the streak alive this week, becoming the 29th Chicago alderman convicted of a crime since 1972. Carothers earned the “ex-” in front of his name by trading $40,000 worth of home improvements for a zoning change in his …

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