From that paper that brings light to the darkness, da Sun Times.
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BY TIM NOVAK Staff Reporterfirstname.lastname@example.org
Mayor Daley’s son Patrick had a hidden interest in a sewer-inspection company whose business with the City of Chicago rose sharply while he was an owner, a Chicago Sun-Times investigation has found.
Patrick Daley invested in Municipal Sewer Services in June 2003, along with Robert Vanecko, a nephew of the mayor. The pair cashed out their small investment about a year later, as federal investigators were swarming City Hall in the early days of the Hired Truck scandal.
A key investor in Municipal Sewer Services — Robert Bobb, a former federal prosecutor who is chairman of the Chicago investment firm Cardinal Growth — asked for written questions regarding this report and provided the following responses Thursday: