Updated: Tuesday, 28 Dec 2010, 12:01 PM CST
Published : Tuesday, 28 Dec 2010, 12:00 PM CST
FOX Chicago News
Chicago – The CEO of the Chicago Housing Authority is rethinking his security detail following a Sun-Times report.
Since 2007, taxpayers have paid nearly $27 million for the security of city, county and state officials, according to the paper.
Lewis Jordan, the head of the CHA is one of the city officials who receives police protection.
His office is reviewing whether that protection is needed any longer.
via Chicago Housing Authority Chief Lewis Jordan Rethinking Costly Security Detail.