Aaron feel free to call us at the 32nd ward Alderman Scott Waguespack office. The Alderman can send the ward superintendent out to the location. He will inspect and if need be fine the building owners. Buildings with more then 4 units must get private garbage/salvage collection. you can also call 311 and report it but most of those sanitation calls eventually get to us anyways. But if you call us we can usually get someone out there that very day or within the next 2 days to inspect. We cannot fine for the firs report though but only if we notice it's a habitual issue, yet our garbage collectors will take a note to specifically check the garbage at this location. Also the ward superintendent will also make periodic checks. If it does continue multiple fines will be forthcoming. Even though this may be after the fact, i'm listing this response here for future resident to see and use as a resource. Also if any of you have problems with potholes, lights, graffiti, abandoned cars, dead trees, call us and we'll try to help fix your situation.
32nd Ward Alderman Scott Waguespack
(773) 248 -1330
When discussing rental property it is very helpful if you stipulate whether you own and want to lease out the property or if you are the potential tenant and want to rent the property. Commercial leases are very different from residential leases so be sure that in either case, tenant or landlord, you are informed and working with an agent that can help you through the process. If renting a new space that requires a "build out" period make sure you include in the lease that you will begin paying rent in 3 or 6 months depending on the allowable period. Otherwise you will be paying rent on a space you may not be income producing for several months.... more