CHICAGO – Chicago is reviewing its options after a Cook County Circuit Court judge rejected the city’s request to trim a $58 million arbitration award won by the private operators of four downtown city and park district-owned parking garages.

An arbitration panel earlier this year ruled that Chicago must compensate the private operators for lost revenue and interest stemming from approval granted to a competing parking facility by former Mayor Richard Daley’s administration.

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