May 16, 2016
As Chicago’s City Council prepares for what could be raucous hearings tomorrow on regulation of home-sharing services, the biggest of them is going on a public relations offensive, suggesting in so many words that what’s at stake is the badly needed income of hard-working people. In a memo released a couple of days ago and in a more detailed “impact study,” Airbnb says it’s not the neighborhood buster that several aldermen from the North Side and central area of the city are alleging….