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May 2, 2013
When mayor proposed billing Chicago-area nonprofits for water usage, city clergy raised cry about method used to determine charges.
"A coalition of clergy on Tuesday blasted the mayor’s latest plan to charge nonprofits for water, saying the proposal failed to meet their needs. On Sunday, Mayor Rahm Emanuel changed his decision to take away free water from nonprofit organizations, putting forth a compromise plan that would restore the perk to groups with assets under $1 million." -- Diana Novak, the Chicago Sun Times