Journal of the Proceedings of the City Council of the City of Chicago - April 19, 2017

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Published by the Authority of the City Council of the City of Chicago
COpy
JOURNAL of the PROCEEDINGS

of the CITY COUNCIL

of the CITY of CHICAGO, ILLINOIS

Regular Meeting -- Wednesday, April 19, 2017
at 10:00 A.M.
Council Chamber -- City Hall -- Chicago, Illinois
OFFICIAL RECORD.
VOLUME I

RAHM EMANUEL
Mayor
ANDREA M. VALENCIA
City Clerk

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Communications From City Officers .46314
Reports Of Committees .46370
Committee on Finance .46370
Committee on Aviation .46742
Committee on the Budget and Government Operations .46765
Committee on Committees, Rules and Ethics .47227
Committee on Economic, Capital and Technology Development 47232
Committee on Education and Child Development .47247
Committee on Housing and Real Estate .47249
Committee on License and Consumer Protection .47356
Committee on Pedestrian and Traffic Safety .47381
Committee on Public Safety .47415
Committee on Transportation and Public Way .47446
Committee on Zoning, Landmarks and Building Standards .48138
Joint Committees:
Committee on the Budget and Government Operations Committee on Public Safety .48179
Committee on License and Consumer Protection Committee on Zoning, Landmarks and Building Standards .48180

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Agreed Calendar. 48248

New Business Presented By Aldermen 48315
Traffic Regulations, Traffic Signs, Etc 48315
Zoning Ordinance Amendments 48330
Claims 48332
Unclassified Matters 48332
Free Permits, License Fee Exemptions, Etc 48389

Approval Of The Journal 48395

Unfinished Business 48395

Miscellaneous Business 48395

Legislative Index Appendix A

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Attendance At Meeting.
Present -- The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, and Aldermen Moreno, Hopkins, Dowell, King, Hairston, Sawyer, Mitchell, Harris, Beale, Sadlowski Garza, Thompson, Cardenas, Quinn, Burke, Lopez, Foulkes, D. Moore, Curtis, OShea, Cochran, Brookins, Munoz, Zalewski, Scott, Solis, Maldonado, Burnett, Ervin, Taliaferro, Reboyras, Waguespack, Mell, Austin, Ramirez-Rosa, Villegas, Mitts, Sposato, Laurino, Napolitano, Reilly, Smith, Tunney, Arena, Cappleman, Pawar, Osterman, J. Moore, Silverstein.
Absent -- Aldermen Santiago, OConnor.

Call To Order.
On Wednesday, April 19, 2017 at 10:00 A.M., the Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, called the City Council to order. The Honorable Andrea M. Valencia, City Clerk, called the roll of members and it was found that there were present at that time: Aldermen Moreno, Hopkins, Dowell, King, Hairston, Sawyer, Mitchell, Harris, Beale, Sadlowski Garza, Thompson, Cardenas, Quinn, Burke, Lopez, Foulkes, D. Moore, Curtis, OShea, Cochran, Brookins, Munoz, Zalewski, Scott, Solis, Maldonado, Burnett, Ervin, Taliaferro, Reboyras, Waguespack, Mell, Austin, Ramirez-Rosa, Villegas, Mitts, Sposato, Laurino, Napolitano, Reilly, Smith, Arena, Cappleman, Osterman, J. Moore, Silverstein -- 46.
Quorum present.

Pledge Of Allegiance.
Alderman Reilly led the City Council and assembled guests in the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America.

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Invocation.
Reverend Dr. Wayne L. Gordon, lead pastor of Lawndale Christian Community Church, opened the meeting with prayer.

REPORTS AND COMMUNICA nONS FROM CITY OFFICERS.

Rules Suspended -- TRIBUTE TO LATE HONORABLE MICHAEL D. CHANDLER, FORMER ALDERMAN OF 24TH WARD.
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The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, presented the following communication:

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

April 19, 2017.

To the Honorable, The City Council ofthe City of Chicago:

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I transmit herewith, together with Aldermen Burke and Scott, a resolution honoring the life and memory of our friend and colleague Alderman Michael Chandler.
Your favorable consideration of this resolution will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

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Alderman Burke moved to Suspend the Rules Temporarily to permit immediate consideration of and action upon the said proposed resolution. The motion Prevailed.
The following is said proposed resolution:

WHEREAS, This body wishes to extend its deeply felt sympathies and condolences to the family and friends of our former colleague and friend, Michael D. Chandler, upon his passing; and WHEREAS, Former 24th Ward Alderman Michael D. Chandler passed away in Glendale, Arizona on March 23, 2017. He was 64 years old; and WHEREAS, Born and raised in Chicago,Alderman Chandler inherited his spirit of service and community involvement from his parents, Minnie and Kermit, who were among the first African-American residents of this city to own a grocery store; and WHEREAS, The youngest of seven children, Michael D. Chandler attended Presentation Catholic School; and WHEREAS, After graduating from high school and serving in the Air Force in California as a jet engine mechanic, Michael D. Chandler returned to Chicago to raise his two sons and dedicated himself to leading grass-roots environmental and anti-crime efforts by founding Community in Action, Inc.; and WHEREAS, A supervisor of building inspectors for 13 years in the Chicago Department of Buildings, Alderman Chandler familiarized himself with the inner workings of city government and used his experience to improve his West Side ward, which services the Austin, West Garfield Park, East Garfield Park and North Lawndale neighborhoods; and WHEREAS, Widely admired for his leadership and vision, Alderman Chandler significantly improved the quality of life in the 24th Ward through his efforts to halt illegal dumping there and to attract new businesses, including a community center and movie theater; and WHEREAS, First elected to the Chicago City Council in 1995, Alderman Chandler was an active member of the Committees on the Budget and Government Operations;
Committees, Rules and Ethics; Energy, Environmental Protection and Public Utilities;
Finance; Historical Landmark Preservation; Housing and Real Estate; and Human Relations; and WHEREAS, Alderman Chandler served four terms as Alderman of the 24th Ward; and WHEREAS, Throughout his distinguished career as a public servant, Alderman Chandler combined great passion for his job with attention to duty and worked tirelessly to inspire his constituents to take pride in their neighborhoods; and

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WHEREAS, Following his last term in office, which ended on May 18, 2015, Mr. Chandler and his lovely wife Lea moved to Glendale, Arizona, where they bought a house in July 2015; now, therefore, Be It Resolved, That we, the Mayor and members of the City Council of the City of Chicago, assembled this 19th day of April 2017, do hereby honor former Alderman Michael D. Chandler and extend our sympathies to his family and friends; and Be It Further Resolved, That suitable copies of this resolution be presented to the family of Michael D. Chandler as a token of our sympathy and esteem.
On motion of Alderman Burke, seconded by Aldermen Scott, Maldonado, Burnett, Ervin and Mitts, the foregoing proposed resolution was Adopted by a rising vote.
At this point in the proceedings, the Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, rose to offer the condolences and support of the people of Chicago to the family of former Alderman Michael D. Chandler. Reflecting on the life and legacy of Alderman Chandler, Mayor Emanuel spoke of his long and distinguished career in public service as Alderman of the 24th Ward. A man of character and conviction, Alderman Chandler understood and fought tirelessly for his constituents, Mayor Emanuel observed, and his amicable style garnered the respect and admiration of his colleagues. Proud to serve the residents of the 24th Ward, Alderman Chandler was an extraordinary individual committed to improving the lives of those he represented, the Mayor continued, and was instrumental in bringing new services and facilities to the ward including the UCAN center to the Lawndale community which provides violence prevention and support programs for Chicagos youth. Alderman Chandler touched the lives of many, the Mayor concluded, and he will be greatly missed by his family, his City Council colleagues and the people of Chicago. Mayor Emanuel then left the rostrum and strode to the Commissioners gallery where he presented parchment copies of the memorial resolution to the family of former Alderman Michael D. Chandler.

Rules Suspended -- GRATITUDE EXTENDED TO CHICAGO POLICE DETECTIVE

DONOVAN JACKSON AND CHICAGO FIREFIGHTER RYLENSKI STRONG FOR
LIFE SAVING RESCUE.
R2017-304j The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, presented the following communication:

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OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

April 19, 2017.

To the Honorable, The City Council ofthe City of Chicago:
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I transmit herewith, together with Aldermen Reboyras, Austin and David Moore, a congratulatory resolution concerning the Chicago Police Department Your favorable consideration of this resolution will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

Alderman Burke moved to Suspend the Rules Temporarily to permit immediate consideration of and action upon the said proposed resolution. The motion Prevailed The following is said proposed resolution:

WHEREAS, On the evening of June 10, 2016, Detective Donovan Jackson Star Number 20958 of the Chicago Police Department and Firefighter Rylenski Strong of the Chicago Fire Department were off-duty and riding jet-skis in Lake Michigan near the 6500 block of South Lake Shore Drive; and WHEREAS, Detective Jackson, an 18-year veteran of the Chicago Police Department, and Firefighter Strong, a 16-year veteran of the Chicago Fire Department, have been friends for over 30 years and both are former high school swimmers and lifeguards; and WHEREAS, Detective Jackson and Firefighter Strong spotted a capsized boat with a man sitting on the top and three people bobbing in the water; and WHEREAS, Detective Jackson and Firefighter Strong immediately came to their aid, called 911, and learned that a fifth boater was still missing; and WHEREAS, Detective Jackson and Firefighter Strong quickly located the fifth victim, who was under the boat and able to breathe thanks to an air pocket; and

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WHEREAS, Detective Jackson and Firefighter Strong, aware of the cold water temperature, knew the victims were in danger of hypothermia; and WHEREAS, Detective Jackson and Firefighter Strong, without delay, shuttled the victims ashore, where emergency personnel were waiting; and WHEREAS, The victims were treated and released and suffered no serious injuries; and WHEREAS, Detective Jackson and Firefighter Strong are to be commended for the courage, bravery, and dedication they displayed in rescuing the five victims of the capsized boat; and WHEREAS, Detective Jackson and Firefighter Strong represent the highest tradition of service and professionalism for which members of the Chicago Police Department and the Chicago Fire Department are well known; now, therefore, Be It Resolved, That we, the Mayor and members of the City Council of the City of Chicago, assembled this 19th day of April 2017, do hereby commend Detective Donovan Jackson and Firefighter Rylenski Strong for their skill and courage in rendering vital assistance to a group of boaters in desperate need; and Be It Further Resolved, That suitable copies of this resolution be presented to Detective Jackson and Firefighter Strong, and placed on permanent record in their personnel files, as a token of our appreciation and esteem.

On motion of Alderman Burke, seconded by Aldermen Hairston, D. Moore, Taliaferro, Reboyras, Austin, Sposato and Napolitano, the foregoing proposed resolution was Adopted by yeas and nays as follows:
Yeas -- Aldermen Moreno, Hopkins, Dowell, King, Hairston, Sawyer, Mitchell, Harris, Beale, Sadlowski Garza, Thompson, Cardenas, Quinn, Burke, Lopez, Foulkes, D. Moore, Curtis, OShea, Cochran, Brookins, Munoz, Zalewski, Scott, Solis, Maldonado, Burnett, Ervin, Taliaferro, Reboyras, Waguespack, Mell, Austin, Ramirez-Rosa, Villegas, Mitts, Sposato, Laurino, Napolitano, Reilly, Smith, Tunney, Arena, Cappleman, Pawar, Osterman, J. Moore, Silverstein -- 48.
Nays -- None.

Alderman Beale moved to reconsider the foregoing vote. The motion was lost

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At this point in the proceedings, the Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, rose and on behalf of the people of Chicago, extended appreciation to Police Detective Donovan Jackson and Firefighter Rylenski Strong for their heroic actions. Lauding the decisive and selfless response by off-duty Detective Jackson and Firefighter Strong who braved the cold water temperatures of Lake Michigan to rescue the victims of a capsized boat, Mayor Emanuel observed that such call to action and dedication to the protection and safety of others is a testament to and defining quality shared by the men and women of our uniformed services.
Mayor Emanuel then invited Police Detective Donovan Jackson and Firefighter Rylenski Strong to the Mayors rostrum where he presented them with parchment copies of the congratulatory resolution.

Rules Suspended -- GRATITUDE EXTENDED TO CHICAGO FIREFIGHTERS
WILLIAM MONACO AND JAMES SEWNIG FOR LIFE-SAVING RESCUE.
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The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, presented the following communication:

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

April 19, 2017.

To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of Chicago:
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I transmit herewith, together with Aldermen Reboyras, Laurino and OShea, a congratulatory resolution concerning the Chicago Fire Department.
Your favorable consideration of this resolution will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

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Alderman Burke moved to Suspend the Rules Temporarily to permit immediate consideration of and action upon the said proposed resolution. The motion Prevailed.
The following is said proposed resolution:

WHEREAS, In the late evening of January 20, 2017, Firefighters William Monaco and James Sewnig of Squad Company 5 of the Chicago Fire Department responded to a fire in the 7100 block of South Fairfield Avenue, in the Marquette Park neighborhood; and WHEREAS, Members of Squad Company 5 arrived with their special rescue fire company and saw heavy fire and thick black smoke billowing from a two-story building;
and WHEREAS, Firefighters observed a heavy volume of fire coming from the basement and blowing like a torch that reached the eaves of the roof; and
, WHEREAS, Acting quickly, the first engine company used a deck water gun to extinguish the fire, but the heat was so intense that the blaze flared up again; and WHEREAS, The 20th Battalion Chief, Louis Bongiorno, ordered Squad Company 5 to search the two-unit building. Firefighters Monaco and Sewnig, despite encountering thick, heavy, black smoke, began to search the first-floor apartment. Visibility was zero and thermal imaging camera equipment was ineffective. As a result, these firefighters had to rely on feeling around in the engulfed structure in their search for possible victims; and WHEREAS, Firefighter Sewnig came upon a bedroom and felt what seemed to be a lifeless body. With the assistance of Firefighter Monaco, Sewnig carried the person to the exterior of the building; and WHEREAS, Both firefighters immediately began administering life-saving techniques to the victim, a 16-year-old girl, who was not breathing and was unresponsive. Along with assistance from the ambulance company, they were able to revive the girl using CPR. The girl was transported to Holy Cross Hospital and later transferred to Loyola Hospital and into a hyperbolic chamber. The girl was released from the hospital less than a week after nearly dying and is expected to make a full recovery; and WHEREAS, Firefighters Monaco and Sewnig acted quickly, efficiently and with total disregard for their personal safety in performing a successful rescue and averting what could have been a tragedy. Firefighters Monaco and Sewnig performed their duties in the highest tradition of the Chicago Fire Department; now, therefore, Be It Resolved, That we, the Mayor and members of the City Council of the City of Chicago, assembled this 19th day of April 2017, do hereby commend Firefighters William Monaco and James Sewnig for their skill and courage in rendering vital assistance to those in desperate need; and

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Be It Further Resolved, That suitable copies of this resolution be presented to Firefighters Monaco and Sewnig, and placed on permanent record in their personnel files, as a token of our appreciation and esteem.

On motion of Alderman Burke, seconded by Aldermen Foulkes, OShea, Taliaferro, Reboyras, Sposato, Laurino and Napolitano, the foregoing proposed resolution was Adopted by yeas and nays as follows:
Yeas -- Aldermen Moreno, Hopkins, Dowell, King, Hairston, Sawyer, Mitchell, Harris, Beale, Sadlowski Garza, Thompson, Cardenas, Quinn, Burke, Lopez, Foulkes, D. Moore, Curtis, OShea, Cochran, Brookins, Munoz, Zalewski, Scott, Solis, Maldonado, Burnett, Ervin, Taliaferro, Reboyras, Waguespack, Mell, Austin, Ramirez-Rosa, Villegas, Mitts, Sposato, Laurino, Napolitano, Reilly, Smith, Tunney, Arena, Cappleman, Pawar, Osterman, J. Moore, Silverstein -- 48.
Nays -- None.

Alderman Beale moved to reconsider the foregoing vote. The motion was lost.
At this point in the proceedings, the Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, rose and on behalf of the people of Chicago, extended appreciation to Firefighters William Monaco, James Sewnig and the members of Squad 5 for their heroic actions in rescuing the victims of a house fire. Reflecting on the dedication, training, teamwork and professionalism necessary to perform such a dangerous rescue, Mayor Emanuel also spoke of the selfless response by the honorees when called into action. A debt of gratitude is owed to these honorees, the Mayor continued, and to all the brave men and women of our uniformed services who have dedicated themselves to the safety and protection of others. Mayor Emanuel then invited Firefighters William Monaco and James Sewnig to the Mayors rostrum where he presented them with parchment copies of the congratulatory resolution.

Rules Suspended -- CONGRATULATIONS EXTENDED TO RECIPIENTS OF 2017

GOLDEN APPLE AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING AND 2017 STANLEY
C. GOLDER LEADERSHIP AWARD.
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The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, presented the following communication:

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OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

April 19, 2017.

To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of Chicago:
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I transmit herewith, together with Aldermen Brookins, Solis, Mell and Burnett, a congratulatory resolution regarding the most recent recipients of the Golden Apple Teachers Award.
Your favorable consideration of this resolution will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

Alderman Burke moved to Suspend the Rules Temporarily to permit immediate consideration of and action upon the said proposed resolution. The motion Prevailed.
The following is said proposed resolution:

WHEREAS, The Golden Apple Foundation has conferred its prestigious 2017 Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Teaching on four Chicago teachers and conferred its Stanley C. Golder Leadership Award on one Chicago school principal in recognition of their outstanding achievements as educators; and WHEREAS, A not-for-profit organization based in Chicago, the Golden Apple Foundation advances the profession of teaching by recognizing excellent educators; by recruiting and preparing talented high school students and college graduates to be teachers through innovative training programs; and by improving the skills of current teachers through professional development; and WHEREAS, Dedicated to its founding proposition that "all children deserve excellent teachers", the Golden Apple Foundation has recognized exceptional teachers in the Chicago area each year since 1986; and

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WHEREAS, Chosen through a rigorous process by a volunteer committee of distinguished Chicago-area educators, this years recipients of the Golden Apple Award were selected from over 600 nominees; they are indeed worthy of recognition by their peers; and WHEREAS, The Chicago recipients of the 2017 Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Teaching are Mr. Fitzgerald Crame, 4th -- 8th grade language arts, math, science, STEM, arts, and electives teacher, Thomas A. Edison Regional Gifted Center;
MS.Sarah Faller, 6th -- 8th grade literacy and social science teacher, Jonathan Burr Elementary School; Ms. Karen Ramirez, 6th grade reading, writing, and social studies teacher, Richard J. Daley Academy; and Ms. Alison Ridgway, 6th -- 8th grade math teacher, Skinner North Classical Elementary School; and WHEREAS, The recipient of the 2017 Golden Apple Stanley C. Golder Leadership Award is Ms. Phyllis Cavallone-Jurek, principal, St. Therese Chinese Catholic School; and WHEREAS, Each Golden Apple Award recipient receives a tuition-free, spring quarter sabbatical to study at Northwestern University. Each recipient also receives a $5,000
honorarium. Perhaps most importantly, Golden Apple teachers become Fellows of the Golden Apple Academy of Educators, providing a stronger voice and a larger stage from which to make an impact on education, through ongoing professional development and engagement in education reform, such as the mentoring of future teachers through the Golden Apple Scholars of Illinois program; and WHEREAS, Each Stanley C. Golder Award recipient receives a $10,000 honorarium, $5,000 to be used for a school project and $5,000 for personal professional development;
and WHEREAS, The recipients of the 2017 Golden Apple Awards for Excellence in Teaching and Leadership will be honored on May 20, 2017 at WTTW/Channel 11 Studios in Chicago. WTTW will broadcast the awards in a one-hour televised program; and WHEREAS, Because our children are our future, no one is more deserving of our admiration and respect than these extraordinary teachers, who give generously of themselves each day to educate and inspire our children; now, therefore, Be It Resolved, That we, the Mayor and members of the City Council of the City of Chicago, assembled this 19th day of April 2017, do hereby applaud this years recipients of the 2017 Golden Apple Award for their impressive dedication to teaching, the most noble of professions, and welcome their future contributions to the Golden Apple Academy; and Be It Further Resolved, That suitable copies of this resolution be presented to the 2017
Golden Apple Award recipients Fitzgerald Crame, Sarah Faller, Karen Ramirez, Alison Ridgway, and Phyllis Caval lone-Jurek as a token of our esteem and good wishes.

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On motion of Alderman Burke, seconded by Aldermen King, Sadlowski Garza, Thompson, Lopez, OShea, Brookins, Solis, Burnett, Waguespack, Sposato, Napolitano and Arena, the foregoing proposed resolution was Adopted by yeas and nays as follows:
Yeas -- Aldermen Moreno, Hopkins, Dowell, King, Hairston, Sawyer, Mitchell, Harris, Beale, Sadlowski Garza, Thompson, Cardenas, Quinn, Burke, Lopez, Foulkes, D. Moore, Curtis, OShea, Cochran, Brookins, Munoz, Zalewski, Scott, Solis, Maldonado, Burnett, Ervin, Taliaferro, Reboyras, Waguespack, Mell, Austin, Ramirez-Rosa, Villegas, Mitts, Sposato, Laurino, Napolitano, Reilly, Smith, Tunney, Arena, Cappleman, Pawar, Osterman, J. Moore, Silverstein -- 48.
Nays -- None.

Alderman Beale moved to reconsider the foregoing vote. The motion was lost.
At this point in the proceedings, the Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, rose and on behalf of the people of Chicago, extended congratulations to the recipients of the 2017 Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Teaching and the 2017 Stanley C. Golder Leadership Award.
Commending the honorees for their passion and commitment to the teaching profession, Mayor Emanuel acknowledged societys debt to these outstanding educators. Recognizing the importance of creating positive learning environments that foster academic excellence, Mayor Emanuel spoke of the vital role of teachers in shaping the minds and lives of their students. Throughout every stage in a childs education, teachers inspire and motivate, the Mayor continued, and in doing so help equip their students with the values and skills they need to reach their full potential. The recipients of the 2017 Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Teaching and the 2017 Stanley C. Golder Leadership Award are deserving of our admiration, respect and gratitude, the Mayor concluded, and the truest reward and honor they can receive is not found in prizes or awards, but rather in the positive difference they have made on our children and our city. Mayor Emanuel then invited to the Mayors rostrum the 2017 Golden Apple Award recipients Fitzgerald Crame, Sarah Faller, Karen Ramirez, Alison Ridgway and the 2017 Stanley C. Golder Award recipient Phyllis CavalloneJurek, where he presented each with a parchment copy of the congratulatory resolution.

Rules Suspended -- CONGRATULATIONS EXTENDED TO ORR ACADEMY HIGH

SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM AND COACH LOU ADAMS ON WINNING
CLASS 2A STATE BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP.
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The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, presented the following communication:

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OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

April 19, 2017.

To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of Chicago:
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I transmit herewith, together with Alderman Mitts, a congratulatory resolution concerning the Orr High School basketball team.
Your favorable consideration of this resolution will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

Alderman Burke moved to Suspend the Rules Temporarily to permit immediate consideration of and action upon the said proposed resolution. The motion Prevailed.
The following is said proposed resolution:

WHEREAS, The members of this chamber wish to congratulate the Orr Academy High School boys basketball team for winning the Illinois State High School Association Class 2A Boys Basketball State Championship in Peoria on March 11,2017; and WHEREAS, The Orr Academy Spartans had a superbly successful run this season, culminating in an exciting championship face-off against a strong opponent, the Golden Aces of Mt. Carmel High School; and WHEREAS, The Orr Academy Spartans used their skills and teamwork to decisively overcome Mt. Carmel, creating 13 turnovers, blocking 4 shots and disrupting the Golden Aces offense; and WHEREAS, The Spartans quickly built a double-digit lead in the first quarter and were rarely challenged later in the game, leading to a Spartans victory of 59 to 39; and WHEREAS, The Spartans finished their season with a record of 23 wins and only 5
losses, bringing home Orr Academys first state title in any sport in its 99-year history after competing in the State Finals in the 2013 -- 2014 and 2014 -- 2015 school years; and

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WHEREAS, Spartans player Dannie Smith scored a game-high 19 points, Raekwon Drake added 17 points, and Emanuel ONeal scored 8 points; and WHEREAS, The Orr Academy Spartans are coached by Lou Adams. Coach Lou, who is well known and beloved by the Orr Academy community, was solidly backed up by his assistant coaches, Carlos Enriquez, Wendell Pierce, Phil Gipson, and Jimale Ridley; and WHEREAS, All of Chicago is proud of the Orr Academy Spartans for their outstanding season. They exemplify our Citys cherished values of teamwork, hard work and a drive for excellence; now, therefore, Be It Resolved, That we, the Mayor and members of the City Council of the City of Chicago, assembled this 19th day of April 2017, do hereby congratulate the Orr Academy High School boys basketball team and their coach, Lou Adams, on their well-earned Class 2A State Basketball Championship; and Be It Further Resolved, That a suitable copy of this resolution be presented to the players and coaches of the Orr Academy High School boys basketball team as a sign of our congratulations and good wishes.
On motion of Alderman Burke, seconded by Aldermen D. Moore, Scott, Maldonado, Burnett, Ervin, Mitts, Sposato and Osterman, the foregoing proposed resolution was Adopted by yeas and nays as follows:
Yeas -- Aldermen Moreno, Hopkins, Dowell, King, Hairston, Sawyer, Mitchell, Harris, Beale, Sadlowski Garza, Thompson, Cardenas, Quinn, Burke, Lopez, Foulkes, D. Moore, Curtis, OShea, Cochran, Brookins, Munoz, Zalewski, Scott, Solis, Maldonado, Burnett, Ervin, Taliaferro, Reboyras, Waguespack, Mell, Austin, Ramirez-Rosa, Villegas, Mitts, Sposato, Laurino, Napolitano, Reilly, Smith, Tunney, Arena, Cappleman, Pawar, Osterman, J. Moore, Silverstein -- 48.
Nays -- None.

Alderman Beale moved to reconsider the foregoing vote. The motion was lost.
At this point in the proceedings, the Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, rose and on behalf of the people of Chicago extended congratulations to members of the Orr Academy High School boys basketball team on winning the Illinois State High School Associations Class 2A Boys Basketball State Championship. Recognizing the dedication and sacrifice necessary for this extraordinary achievement, Mayor Emanuel lauded the athletes for their superior performance both on the basketball court and in the classroom. Declaring the championship Orr Academy Spartans as a part of Chicagos proud basketball history, Mayor Emanuel conveyed his best wishes to the student athletes and encouraged each of them in their future pursuits to give back to and remain active in their community and the City of Chicago. Mayor Emanuel then invited team representative to the Mayors rostrum where he presented each with a parchment copy of the congratulatory resolution.

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Rules Suspended -- CONGRATULATIONS EXTENDED TO THOMAS SHIMODA ON
PERFORMANCE AT 2017 SPECIAL OLYMPICS WORLD WINTER GAMES.
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The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, presented the following communication:

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

April 19, 2017.

To the Honorable, The City Council ofthe City of Chicago:
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I transmit herewith, together with Aldermen Burke, Quinn and OShea, a congratulatory resolution concerning Special Olympian Tommy Shimada.
Your favorable consideration of this resolution will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

Alderman Burke moved to Suspend the Rules Temporarily to permit immediate consideration of and action upon the said proposed resolution. The motion Prevailed.
The following is said proposed resolution:
WHEREAS, Thomas Shimoda was diagnosed with autism and relies upon a voice output device called a "talker" to assist his verbal communications; and WHEREAS, Notwithstanding his autism, at age eight Tommy became involved with Special Olympics Chicago through the Mount Greenwood Special Recreation Association, where he developed a love for athletics and competition; and WHEREAS, An avid athlete, Tommy has competed in over 20 different sports with the Chicago Park District over the last 20 years, including basketball, softball, volleyball, track and field, swimming, gymnastics, snowshoeing, bowling, bocce, hockey, skiing, and ice skating; and WHEREAS, A resident of the Mount Greenwood neighborhood, Tommy is a graduate of the Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences; and

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WHEREAS, Tommy is still a competitor with Special Olympics Chicago, and he spends many hours each week training for speed skating at the Morgan Park Sports Center, working on drills for speed, balance, and efficiency; and WHEREAS, Tommys training and hard work paid off in February, when he won two gold medals and a silver medal in speed skating at the Special Olympics Illinois 2016 Skating Championships; and WHEREAS, Tommys efforts resulted in his being selected to represent the United States as part of Team USA at the 2017 Special Olympics World Winter Games in Austria, the only Special Olympics athlete from Chicago chosen for this honor; and WHEREAS, At the Special Olympics World Winter Games, more than 3,000 athletes from around the world competed in eight Olympic-style sporting events, including speed skating; and WHEREAS, Following a send-off party attended by well-wishers at Mount Greenwood Park, Tommy traveled to Graz, Austria with his mother, aunt, brother, two friends, and his coach, who all cheered him on as he won a gold medal in the 500 meter race and a bronze medal in the 777 meter race; and WHEREAS, Serving as an example to us all of how hard work and perseverance can overcome adversity and lead to success, Tommy embodies the courage present in the Special Olympics athlete oath "Let me win, but if I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt"; and WHEREAS, In addition to being a dedicated athlete, Tommy also gives of his own time by volunteering as an assistant coach at Mount Greenwood Park; now, therefore, Be It Resolved, That we, the Mayor and the members of the City Council, assembled this 19h day of April 2017, do hereby express our sincere congratulations to Thomas Shimoda on his performance at the 2017 Special Olympics World Winter Games and commend him for his dedication to athletics and service to the community; and Be It Further Resolved, That a suitable copy of this resolution be presented to Thomas Shimoda as a token of our appreciation and esteem.
On motion of Alderman Burke, seconded by Aldermen Quinn and OShea, the foregoing proposed resolution was Adopted by yeas and nays as follows:

Yeas -- Aldermen Moreno, Hopkins, Dowell, King, Hairston, Sawyer, Mitchell, Harris, Beale, Sadlowski Garza, Thompson, Cardenas, Quinn, Burke, Lopez, Foulkes, D. Moore, Curtis, OShea, Cochran, Brookins, Munoz, Zalewski, Scott, Solis, Maldonado, Burnett, Ervin, Taliaferro, Reboyras, Waguespack, Mell, Austin, Ramirez-Rosa, Villegas, Mitts, Sposato, Laurino, Napolitano, Reilly, Smith, Tunney, Arena, Cappleman, Pawar, Osterman, J. Moore, Silverstein -- 48.
Nays -- None.
Alderman Beale moved to reconsider the foregoing vote. The motion was lost.

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At this point in the proceedin9s, Alderman Laurino, President Pro Tempore, rose and on behalf of the people of Chicago extended congratulations to Thomas Shimoda on his performance at the 2017 Special Olympics World Winter Games. Recognizing the sacrifice and discipline necessary for this extraordinary achievement, President Pro Tempore Laurino credited the spirit and fortitude of Thomas Shimoda in overcoming the many challenges he faced as the defining character of a champion and an inspiration to the Special Olympics athletes everywhere. President Pro Tempore Laurino then invited Thomas Shimoda to the Mayors rostrum where she presented him with a parchment copy of the congratulatory resolution.

Rules Suspended -- CONGRATULATIONS EXTENDED TO POWERS & SONS
ON 50 TH ANNIVERSARY.

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The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, presented the following communication:

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

April 19, 2017.

To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of Chicago:

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I transmit herewith, together with Aldermen Dowell, Austin, Scott, King, Burnett, Ervin, Foulkes, Mitts, Harris, Hairston and Sawyer, a congratulatory resolution concerning Powers & Sons.
Your favorable consideration of this resolution will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

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Alderman Burke moved to Suspend the Rules Temporarily to permit immediate consideration of and action upon the said proposed resolution. The motion Prevailed.
The following is said proposed resolution:
WHEREAS, Powers & Sons was founded in 1967 by Mamon Powers, Sr., who exemplified the American spirit when he came to the Midwest from Mississippi in 1946 as a young man, possessing only a dream and a work ethic, and through determination and persistence built one of the most respected construction companies in the region; and WHEREAS, Powers & Sons began as a home building firm and has now grown to become a leading general contractor, construction manager, design builder and project management company in Illinois and around the region; and WHEREAS, Powers & Sons staff has grown to more than 70 professionals, including a support staff of architects, registered engineers, and other specialists to help the company meet its clients needs; and WHEREAS, Powers & Sons is today a highly respected commercial, industrial, and institutional construction company with an unblemished record of integrity, quality performance and cost effectiveness; and WHEREAS, Powers & Sons skill and craftsmanship can be found at OHare International Airport, The University of Chicago, Hales Franciscan High School, Wabash YMCA, Legends South Apartments and many other iconic locales of Chicago; and WHEREAS, Powers & Sons is recognized as one of the largest African-American-owned companies in the country; and WHEREAS, Powers & Sons is a passionate supporter of community causes and the empowerment of young people through its generous funding of higher education scholarships and organizations like the Chicago Urban League, United Negro College Fund, Museum of Science and Industry, Habitat for Humanity, YWCA, NAACP, The Salvation Army, and the United Way, among many others; and WHEREAS, Powers & Sons has provided inspiration, mentorships, scholarships, and employment for countless of young people, from middle school through college, who were seeking to establish their own mark on the world; and WHEREAS, Powers & Sons, which today stands as a quintessential example of AfricanAmerican entrepreneurship, has provided inspiration to countless of young people who seek to establish their own mark on the world; now, therefore, Be It Resolved, That we, the Mayor and members of the City Council of the City of Chicago, assembled this 19th day of April 2017, do hereby congratulate Mamom Powers, Jr, Claude Powers, Mamon Powers III, Kelly Powers Baria and all the men and women who work for Powers & Sons for 50 years of dedicated and professional services in the construction industry; and

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Be /t Further Resolved, That a suitable copy of this resolution be prepared and presented to Powers & Sons as a symbol of our esteem and respect.
On motion of Alderman Burke, seconded by Aldermen Dowell, King, Hairston, Harris, Beale, Foulkes, D. Moore, Cochran, Burnett, Ervin, Austin and Mitts, the foregoing proposed resolution was Adopted by yeas and nays as follows:
Yeas -- Aldermen Moreno, Hopkins, Dowell, King, Hairston, Sawyer, Mitchell, Harris, Beale, Sadlowski Garza, Thompson, Cardenas, Quinn, Burke, Lopez, Foulkes, D. Moore, Curtis, OShea, Cochran, Brookins, Munoz, Zalewski, Scott, SoliS, Maldonado, Burnett, Ervin, Taliaferro, Reboyras, Waguespack, Mell, Austin, Ramirez-Rosa, Villegas, Mitts, Sposato, Laurino, Napolitano, Reilly, Smith, Tunney, Arena, Cappleman, Pawar, Osterman, J. Moore, Silverstein -- 48.
Nays -- None.

Alderman Beale moved to reconsider the foregoing vote. The motion was lost.
At this point in the proceedings, the Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, rose and on behalf of the people of Chicago, extended congratulations to Powers & Sons on their golden anniversary. Noting the many accomplishment by Powers & Sons over the past fifty years, Mayor Emanuel spoke of the many projects, both big and small, that helped transform Chicago "building by building and community by community". Starting in Mississippi and moving to the Midwest, Powers & Sons have grown to become one of the largest AfricanAmerican owned companies in the nation, the Mayor observed, and the family-owned company has developed a culture and set of values in which every new generation inherits the responsibility to build upon the success of the previous one. The legacy of Powers &
Sons can be seen throughout the Chicago landscape, the Mayor concluded, and our city is richer and better as a result. Mayor Emanuel then invited Mamon Powers, Jr., Chief Executive Officer, and Claude Powers, President-Chicago/Gary, to the Mayors rostrum where he presented each with a parchment copy of the congratulatory resolution.

Referred -- REAPPOINTMENT OF MARCIA CARROLL AND ANGELA C. HURLOCK

AS MEMBERS OF COMMERCIAL AVENUE COMMISSION SPECIAL SERVICE
AREA NO.5.
A2017-19

The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was, at the request of two aldermen present under the prOVisions of Council Rule 43, Referred to the Committee on Finance:

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OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

April 19, 2017.

To the Honorable, The City Council ofthe City of Chicago:
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have reappointed Marcia Carroll and Angela C. Hurlock as members of Special Service Area Number 5, the Commercial Avenue Commission, for a term effective immediately and expiring January 15, 2019.
Your favorable consideration of these appointments will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

Referred -- REAPPOINTMENT OF BONNIE L. DIN ELL-DIMOND AND DOROTHY
HUDSON AS MEMBERS OF COMMERCIAL AVENUE COMMISSION SPECIAL
SERVICE AREA NO.5.
A2017-18
The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was, at the request of two aldermen present under the provisions of Council Rule 43, Referred to the Committee on Finance:

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO
April 19, 2017.
To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of Chicago:
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have reappointed Bonnie L Dinell-Dimond and Dorothy Hudson as members of Special Service Area Number 5, the Commercial Avenue Commission, for a term effective immediately and expiring January 15, 2018.

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Your favorable consideration of these appointments will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

Referred -- APPOINTMENT OF DAVID BLITZ AS MEMBER OF CENTRAL
LAKEVIEW COMMISSION SPECIAL SERVICE AREA NO. 17.
A2017-20j
The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was, at the request of two aldermen present under the provisions of Council Rule 43, Referred to the Committee on Finance:

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

April 19, 2017.

To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of Chicago:

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have appointed David Blitz as a member of Special Service Area Number 17, the Central Lakeview Commission, for a term effective immediately and expiring March 14, 2020, to succeed Jeremiah M. Jurevis, whose term has expired.
Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

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Referred -- APPOINTMENT OF JOHN L. BUCKSBAUM AS MEMBER OF CENTRAL
LAKEVIEW COMMISSION SPECIAL SERVICE AREA NO. 17.
A2017-21

The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was, at the request of two aldermen present under the provisions of Council Rule 43, Referred to the Committee on Finance:

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

April 19, 2017.

To the Honorable, The City Council ofthe City of Chicago:

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have appointed John L. Bucksbaum as a member of Special Service Area Number 17, the Central Lakeview Commission, for a term effective immediately and expiring March 14, 2020, to succeed Michelle D. Lynch, whose term has expired.
Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

Referred -- REAPPOINTMENT OF ERIC J. KIRSAMMER AND HENRY C
SCHUPPERT AS MEMBERS OF CENTRAL LAKEVIEW COMMISSION SPECIAL
SERVICE AREA NO. 17.
A2017-25

The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was, at the request of two aldermen present under the provisions of Council Rule 43, Referred to the Committee on Finance:

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OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

April 19, 2017.

To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of Chicago:

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have reappointed Eric J. Kirsammer and Henry C.
Schuppert as members of Special Service Area Number 17, the Central Lakeview Commission, for a term effective immediately and expiring March 14, 2020.
Your favorable consideration of these appointments will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

Referred -- APPOINTMENT OF JULIANA MONTEBELLO-ROMAN AS MEMBER OF
CENTRAL LAKEVIEW COMMISSION SPECIAL SERVICE AREA NO. 17.
A2017-22

The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was, at the request of two aldermen present under the provisions of Council Rule 43, Referred to the Committee on Finance:

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

April 19, 2017.

To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of Chicago:

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have appointed Juliana Montebello-Roman as a member of Special Service Area Number 17, the Central Lakeview Commission, for a term

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effective immediately and expiring March 14, 2020, to succeed Kevin J. Hodos, whose term has expired.
Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

Referred -- APPOINTMENT OF JAMES G. SCHUMAN AS MEMBER OF CENTRAL
LAKEVIEW COMMISSION SPECIAL SERVICE AREA NO. 17.
A2017 -23

The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was, at the request of two aldermen present under the provisions of Council Rule 43, Referred to the Committee on Finance:

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

April 19, 2017.

To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of Chicago:

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have appointed James G. Schuman as a member of Special Service Area Number 17, the Central Lakeview Commission, for a term effective immediately and expiring March 14, 2020, to succeed Anastasia P. Loukas, whose term has expired.
Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

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Referred -- APPOINTMENT OF HEATHER E. WAY KITZES AS MEMBER OF
CENTRAL LAKEVIEW COMMISSION SPECIAL SERVICE AREA NO. 17.
A2017-24

The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was, at the request of two aldermen present under the provisions of Council Rule 43, Referred to the Committee on Finance:

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

April 19, 2017.

To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of Chicago:

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have appointed Heather E. Way Kitzes as a member of Special Service Area Number 17, the Central Lakeview Commission, for a term effective immediately and expiring March 14, 2020, to succeed Michael J. Canning, whose term has expired.
Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

Referred -- APPOINTMENT OF CARRIE J. SULLIVAN AS MEMBER OF HOWARD
STREET COMMISSION SPECIAL SERVICE AREA NO. 19.
A2017-26

The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was, at the request of two aldermen present under the provisions of Council Rule 43, Referred to the Committee on Finance:

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OFFICE OFTHE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO
April 19, 2017.
To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of Chicago:

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have appointed Carrie J. Sullivan as a member of Special Service Area Number 19, the Howard Street Commission, until June 30, 2020, such period allocated as follows: a term effective immediately and expiring June 13, 2017, to complete the unexpired term of Linda M. Szarkowski, who has resigned, followed immediately by a full three-year term.
Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

Referred -- REAPPOINTMENT OF ZACHARY MAIO RCA AS MEMBER OF
LINCOLN SQUARE COMMISSION SPECIAL SERVICE AREA NO. 21-2016.
A2017-27

The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was, at the request of two aldermen present under the provisions of Council Rule 43, Referred to the Committee on Finance:
OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO
April 19, 2017.
To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of Chicago:

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have reappointed Zachary Maiorca as a member of Special Service Area Number 21-2016, the Lincoln Square Commission, for a term effective immediately and expiring June 27, 2018.

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Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

Referred -- APPOINTMENT OF IRENE M. BERMUDEZ AS MEMBER OF CLARK
STREET COMMISSION SPECIAL SERVICE AREA NO. 24.
A2017-28
The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was, at the request of two aldermen present under the provisions of Council Rule 43, Referred to the Committee on Finance:

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

April 19, 2017.

To the Honorable, The City Council ofthe City of Chicago:
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have appointed Irene M. Bermudez as a member of Special Service Area Number 24, the Clark Street Commission, for a term effective immediately and expiring January 15, 2019, to succeed Ailisa M. Herrera, whose term has expired.
Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

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Referred -- APPOINTMENT OF CHARLES H. CUI AS MEMBER OF SIX CORNERS
COMMISSION SPECIAL SERVICE AREA NO. 28-2014.
A2017-29

The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was, at the request of two aldermen present under the provisions of Council Rule 43, Referred to the Committee on Finance:

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

April 19, 2017.

To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of Chicago:

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have appointed Charles H. Cui as a member of Special Service Area Number 28-2014, the Six Corners Commission, for a term effective immediately and expiring January 21, 2018, to complete the unexpired term of Peter S.
Eisenberg, who has resigned.
Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

Referred -- APPOINTMENT OF GALE W. FABISCH AS MEMBER OF SIX
CORNERS COMMISSION SPECIAL SERVICE AREA NO. 28-2014
A2017-30

The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was, at the request of two aldermen present under the provisions of Council Rule 43, Referred to the Committee on Finance:

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OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

April 19, 2017.

To the Honorable, The City Council ofthe City of Chicago:

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have appointed Gale W. Fabisch as a member of Special Service Area Number 28-2014, the Six Corners Commission, for a term effective immediately and expirin9 January 21, 2019, to succeed Joseph H. Angelastri, whose term has expired.
Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

Referred -- REAPPOINTMENT OF TAREQ A KHAN AS MEMBER OF DEVON
AVENUE COMMISSION SPECIAL SERVICE AREA NO. 43.
A2017-32

The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was, at the request of two aldermen present under the provisions of Council Rule 43, Referred to the Committee on Finance:
OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO
April 19, 2017.
To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of Chicago:

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have reappOinted Tareq A Khan as a member of Special Service Area Number 43, the Devon Avenue Commission, for a term effective immediately and expiring February 7, 2020.

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