Journal of the Proceedings of the City Council of the City of Chicago - November 8, 2017

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Source: Journal of the Proceedings of the City Council of the City of Chicago

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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, November 8, 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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Public Comment. 58400
Communications From City Officers 58401

Reports Of Committees 58437
Committee on Finance 58437
Committee on the Budget and Government Operations 59246
Committee on Committees, Rules and Ethics 59253
Committee on Housing and Real Estate 59255
Committee on License and Consumer Protection 59296
Committee on Pedestrian and Traffic Safety 59339
Committee on Transportation and Public Way 59382
Committee on Workforce Development and Audit.. 59719
Committee on Zoning, Landmarks and Building Standards 59720
Joint Committee:
Committee on Finance Committee on Zoning, Landmarks and Building Standards 60003

Agreed Calendar 60006

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Page New Business Presented By Aldermen 60100
Traffic Regulations, Traffic Signs, Etc . 601 00
Zoning Ordinance Amendments 601-17
Claims 60118

Unclassified Matters 60118
Free Permits, License Fee Exemptions, Etc 60177
Approval Of The Journal 60178
Unfinished Business 60179
Miscellaneous Business 60179
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, Brookins, Munoz, Zalewski, Scott, Solis, Maldonado, Burnett, Ervin, Taliaferro, Reboyras, Santiago, Waguespack, Mell, Austin, Ramirez-Rosa, Villegas, Mitts, Sposato, Laurino, OConnor, Napolitano, Reilly, Smith, Tunney, Arena, Cappleman, Pawar, Osterman, J. Moore, Silverstein.
Absent -- Alderman Cochran.

Call To Order.
On Wednesday, November 8, 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, Sawyer, Mitchell, Harris, Beale, Sadlowski Garza, Thompson, Quinn, Burke, Lopez, Foulkes, D. Moore, Curtis, OShea, Brookins, Munoz, Zalewski, Scott, Solis, Maldonado, Burnett, Taliaferro, Reboyras, Santiago, Waguespack, Mell, Austin, Ramirez-Rosa, Villegas, Mitts, Sposato, Laurino, OConnor, Napolitano, Reilly, Smith, Tunney, Arena, Cappleman, Pawar, Osterman, J. Moore, Silverstein -- 46.
Quorum present.

Pledge Of Allegiance.
Charles A. Lake, Sr., World War II Army veteran, 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. Bonnie A. Perry, pastor of All Saints Episcopal Church, opened the meeting with prayer.

PUBLIC COMMENT.

In accordance with the City Councils Rules of Order and Procedure, the following members of the general public addressed the City Council:
Erica Clark Gregory Ward Johnnie Tyler Brook Celeste Antonio Magitt Dr. Flavin Prince George Blackmore Reese White Chance The Rapper Carolyn J. Ruff Marieyea Crawford Terri Smith Jodie Wiederkehr Julie Burdette

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In accordance with the City Councils Rules of Order and Procedure, the following members of the general public registered to address the City Council but did not testify:
Andy Thoyer Lawrence Msall Pearlie Mae Tyler Jaylan McKinney Steel Lottie Jackie Paige Page May
REPORTS AND COMMUNICATIONS FROM CITY OFFICERS.

Rules Suspended -- GRATITUDE EXTENDED TO CHICAGO POLICE OFFICER

BREDA THOMAS FOR HEROIC, LIFE-SAVING ACTIONS.
R2017-916
The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, presented the following communication:

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

November 8,2017.

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

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I transmit herewith, together with Aldermen Reboyras and Harris, a congratulatory resolution concerning the Chicago Police Department.

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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, Over the years, many renowned Americans have shared their thoughts on what it means to be a hero. Arthur Ashe observed: "True heroism is remarkably sober, very undramatic. It is not the urge to surpass all others at whatever cost, but the urge to serve others, at whatever the cost". Henry Miller said: "The ordinary man is involved in action, the hero acts. An immense difference". N.D. Wilson wrote: "Sometimes standing against evil is more important than defeating it. The greatest heroes stand because it is right to do so, not because they believe they will walk away with their lives. Such selfless courage is a victory in itself. Piers Anthony stated: "Being terrified but going ahead and doing what must be done -- thats courage". Christopher Reeves described a hero as "an ordinary person who finds the strength to persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles". Gerard Way remarked: "Heroes are ordinary people who make themselves extraordinary". And Maya Angelou exclaimed: "How important it is for us to recognize and celebrate our heroes and she-roes and WHEREAS, By any measure of the definition of heroism, Chicago Police Officer Breda Thomas Star Number 18995 qualifies. She is one of many unsung heroes, who selflessly, and at great personal risk, led people to safety following the tragic and heinous act of violence that occurred on the night of October 1, 2017, when a gunman opened fire on a crowd of concertgoers at the Route 91 Harvest music festival on the Las Vegas strip in Nevada; and WHEREAS, Firing hundreds of rifle rounds on the unsuspecting crowd from his suite on the 32 nd floor of the nearby Mandalay Bay hotel, Stephen Paddock began shooting just as country music singer Jason Aldean was giving the closing performance before an audience of about 22,000 people; and WHEREAS, The deadliest mass shooting committed by an individual in the United States, this horrific act of evil claimed the lives of 58 people, including 36 women and 22 men. The oldest victim was age 67; the youngest age 20. Six were from Nevada, 35 from California, 13 from other states, and four from Canada. An additional 546 people were injured; of these, 45 individuals remain hospitalized, some of them in critical condition; and

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WHEREAS, Pandemonium quickly ensued as horrified concertgoers attempted to flee the concert venue for their lives. In the midst of the carnage, Officer Breda Thomas sprang into action; and WHEREAS, In the words of concertgoer Rory Murray of San Bernardino, California, Officer Thomas quick and selfless actions saved the life of Ms. Murrays friend.
In Ms. Murrays words, as expressed in an email she sent to Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson: "As horrible as this senseless tragedy was, I know it could have been a lot worse. I thank God that one of your own, Officer Breda Thomas, was in the crowd that night. As the carnage continued, Officer Thomas bravely led numerous concertgoers to safety. And then she unselfishly offered her own hotel room as shelter, wishing she had a larger room Officer Breda Thomas is a SUPERHERO.
She saved the life of my friend I truly believe that she has gone beyond the call of duty.
I would love to see her get the recognition that she so richly deserves"; and WHEREAS, The citizens of Chicago are grateful for the opportunity to thank Chicago Police Officer Breda Thomas, a 22-year veteran of the Chicago Police Department, for reminding all of us of the true meaning of heroism; now, therefore, Be It Resolved, That we, the Mayor and members of the City Council of the City of Chicago, assembled this eighth day of November 2017, do hereby commend Police Officer Breda Thomas for her heroic actions under extremely dangerous and life-threatening conditions; and Be It Further Resolved, That a suitable copy of this resolution be presented to Police Officer Breda Thomas, and placed on permanent record in her personnel file, as a token of our appreciation and esteem.

On motion of Alderman Burke, seconded by Aldermen Harris, Thompson, D. Moore, Curtis, OShea, Taliaferro, Reboyras 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, Brookins, Munoz, Zalewski, Scott, Solis, Maldonado, Burnett, Ervin, Taliaferro, Reboyras, Santiago, Waguespack, Mell, Austin, Ramirez-Rosa, Villegas, Mitts, Sposato, Laurino, OConnor, Napolitano, Reilly, Smith, Tunney, Arena, Cappleman, Pawar, Osterman, J. Moore, Silverstein -- 49.
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 Officer Breda Thomas for her courageous and selfless actions in assisting victims of the tragic shootings at the Route 91
Harvest music festival in Las Vegas, Nevada. The bold and decisive response by off-duty Police Officer Breda Thomas who not only led concertgoers to safety amidst the violent barrage of gunfire but also offered her own hotel room as shelter speaks volumes about her character and courage and about "who you are, what you are and what you do", the Mayor observed, and her actions are a source of pride and a bright inspiration during a dark moment in our nation. Mayor Emanuel then invited Police Officer Breda Thomas to the Mayors rostrum where he presented her with a parchment copy of the congratulatory resolution.

Rules Suspended -- GRATITUDE EXTENDED TO VOLUNTEER MEMBERS OF
CHICAGO FIRE DEPARTMENT ON HUMANITARIAN MISSION TO PUERTO
RICO.
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The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, presented the following communication:
OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO
November 8,2017.

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

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I transmit herewith, together with Aldermen Reboyras, Burke, Sposato, Villegas, Santiago, Maldonado, Moreno, Solis, Rosa, Curtis, Munoz, Lopez, Napolitano, Cardenas, Waguespack, Arena, Garza, Pawar and Mell, 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 span of less than two weeks, Puerto Rico was stricken by two of the most powerful storms of the 2017 hurricane season; and WHEREAS, On September 7, Hurricane Irma, a Category 5 storm, struck a catastrophic blow to Puerto Rico, flattening homes, causing flooding and widespread destruction, and leaving more than one million residents without power; and WHEREAS, Less than two weeks later, on September 20, Hurricane Maria made a direct hit on Puerto Rico as a strong Category 4 storm, bringing torrential downpours and devastating, sustained winds that gusted to 155 mph. Hurricane Maria pummeled Puerto Rico, flooding and destroying roads, homes, and businesses, and knocking out the islands power grid; and WHEREAS, Coming on the heels of Hurricane Irma, Hurricane Marias destructive impact largely destroyed many neighborhoods and communities, and left millions without electricity, running water, food, shelter, or any communication services; and WHEREAS, Hurricane Maria is one of the costliest natural disasters to ever hit Puerto Rico, causing billions of dollars of destruction and economic loss, and devastating the islands infrastructure, further hindering relief efforts; and WHEREAS, Through a partnership the City of Chicago has developed with Puerto Rico, Puerto Rican officials requested assistance from the city for disaster relief efforts on the island. Several city and community leaders began collaborating to deliver the type of assistance Puerto Rico needed most; and WHEREAS, Upon hearing about the devastating effects Hurricane Maria had on Puerto Rico, and the ongoing and growing humanitarian crisis on the island, several Chicago Fire Department personnel expressed an interest in volunteering their time and services in Puerto Rico. Volunteers solicited donations from local businesses of items to bring and distribute to those suffering; and WHEREAS, On October 4, 2017, a group of 22 volunteers, made up of firefighters, paramedics, EMTs and engineers from the Chicago Fire Department, and joined by Alderman Ariel Reboyras, embarked on a 10-day mission trip, bringing much-needed supplies, such as food, water, defibrillators, stretchers, communication equipment, flashlights, and other equipment to the hurricane-ravaged island. Along with these muchneeded supplies, the volunteers brought their critical emergency response skills and expertise to help local officials with rescue and relief missions; and

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WHEREAS, The volunteers spent their time providing assistance in some of the most remote parts of the island, supporting 58 different missions that included individual rescues, clearing roadways of debris, delivering food and water to isolated towns, providing medical assistance to the wounded and injured, and gathering important information about the condition of roads, towns, and populations to help further assist future aid missions; and WHEREAS, Despite the many dangers, difficulties, and uncertainties the volunteers faced on their journey, all 22 of the volunteers returned from Puerto Rico safely, having suffered a few minor cuts and scratches. The impact of their service in Puerto Rico over just a short period of time is truly immeasurable; and WHEREAS, The truly selfless and heroic actions taken by these 21 Fire Department volunteers in Puerto Rico is another example of the exemplary character and dedication to those in need that the men and women of the Chicago Fire Department display every day in their line of work; now, therefore, Be It Resolved, That we, the Mayor and members of the City Council of the City of Chicago, assembled this eighth day of November 2017, extend our most heartfelt thanks and congratulations to David Claudio, Eric Claudio, Steven M. Collazo, Luis E.
Cordero, Raul De Leon, Carlos J. Delgado, Jason Flores, Carmelo Flores, Jr., Juan C.
Hernandez, Curtis D. Hudson, Eric Izquierdo, Fernando L. Nieves, Jason O. Ortiz, Luis S.
Quinones, Carlos E. Robles, Richard Rosado, Robert R. Simpson, Juan D. Sotomayor, Marilyn Vega, Francisco Velez, and Louis C. Zamora on their return from a successful humanitarian mission to Puerto Rico; and Be It Further Resolved, That suitable copies of this resolution be presented to each of these Chicago Fire Department volunteers, and placed in their respective personnel files, as a sign of our appreciation and gratitude for their exceptional humanitarian service to the people of Puerto Rico.

On motion of Alderman Burke, seconded by Aldermen Moreno, Sadlowski Garza, Thompson, Cardenas, Cutis, Solis, Maldonado, Taliaferro, Reboyras, Santiago, Waguespack, Villegas, Sposato, Napolitano, Arena and Pawar, 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, Brookins, Munoz, Zalewski, Scott, Solis, Maldonado, Burnett, Ervin, Taliaferro, Reboyras, Santiago, Waguespack, Mell, Austin, Ramirez-Rosa, Villegas, Mitts, Sposato, Laurino, OConnor, Napolitano, Reilly, Smith, Tunney, Arena, Cappleman, Pawar, Osterman, J. Moore, Silverstein -- 49.
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 the members of the Chicago Fire Department for their volunteer efforts to assist the residents of Puerto Rico devastated by recent hurricanes. Thanking the honorees for selflessly embarking on a mission to Puerto Rico to help provide much needed assistance and support, Mayor Emanuel proudly stated that "your dedication is incredible, your passion is unbelievable and your impact is immeasurable". Mayor Emanuel then invited Captain/Emergency Medical Technician Carlos Delgado and Firefighter/Emergency Medical Technician Louis Zamora to the Mayors rostrum where he presented each with a parchment copy of the congratulatory resolution.

Rules Suspended -- TRIBUTE TO LATE LEOLA WILLIAMS ROBINSON WHITE.
R2017 -987

Alderman Austin moved to Suspend the Rules Temporarily to go out of the regular order of business for immediate consideration of a proposed resolution. The motion Prevailed.
The following is said proposed resolution:

WHEREAS, Almighty God, in His infinite wisdom, called Leola Williams Robinson White, beloved citizen and friend to her community, to her eternal reward on October 16, 2017, beyond the gracious centennial age of 102; and WHEREAS, This esteemed body has been informed of her passing by the Honorable Carrie M. Austin, Alderman of the 34th Ward and Chairman of the Committee on the Budget and Government Operations; and WHEREAS, Leola Williams Robinson White, born in Natchez, Mississippi to the late Anna and Claude Williams on April 5, 1915, was one of 10 children. Leola left school in the fourth grade to work in the cotton fields to lend support to her mother and siblings; and WHEREAS, Leola moved to Chicago in 1946, later marrying the love of her life, Tommie White. She worked on the assembly line at the Young Spring & Wire Company and was a valued employee for 31 years. To earn extra income, Leola became an Avon representative and sold beauty products; and WHEREAS, Leola maintained close ties to Natchez, visiting her family a few times a year. In addition, Leola opened her home in Chicago to many relatives and hundreds of others as they journeyed north in search of a better life; and

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WHEREAS, Leola accepted Christ as her Lord and Savior at an early age. She was the oldest living member of the First Corinthian Missionary Baptist Church, which she joined in 1946. She was president of the Missionary Society for over 47 years; and WHEREAS, Leola was known for her unique and timeless sense of fashion, especially on Sundays; matching her outfits from head to toe. She was also an avid fan of the Chicago Bulls and prayed faithfully for the teams success; and WHEREAS, Leola touched the lives of all who knew her through her love of Christ, dedication to family, kind heart and vivacious spirit. She will be deeply missed, but memories of her inspirational legacy of a life led with dignity and a focus on helping others will live on in those who knew and loved her; and WHEREAS, Leola leaves to cherish her memory, daughter Ann Anderson and granddaughter Jacquie Algee, along with a host of loving family and treasured friends; and WHEREAS, The Bible instructs us "Earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot heal".
May this be especially true for your family as you mourn this incredible loss. I pray the White family be comforted by the many gifts and outpouring of love. God bless and keep you in His embrace; now, therefore, Be It Resolved, That we, the Mayor and members of the City Council of the City of Chicago, assembled this eighth day of November 2017, do hereby extend our heartfelt condolences to the family of Leola Williams Robinson White; and Be It Further Resolved, That suitable copies of this resolution are presented to the family of Leola Williams Robinson White as a sign of our honor and respect.

On motion of Alderman Austin, seconded by Alderman Dowell, 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, Brookins, Munoz, Zalewski, Scott, Solis, Maldonado, Burnett, Ervin, Taliaferro, Reboyras, Santiago, Waguespack, Mell, Austin, Ramirez-Rosa, Villegas, Mitts, Sposato, Laurino, OConnor, Napolitano, Reilly, Smith, Tunney, Arena, Cappleman, Pawar, Osterman, J. Moore, Silverstein -- 49.
Nays -- None.

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

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REGULAR ORDER OF BUSINESS RESUMED.

Referred -- APPOINTMENT OF RYAN SEGAL AS MEMBER OF STATE STREET

COMMISSION SPECIAL SERVICE AREA NO. 1-2015.
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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

November 8, 2017.

To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of Chicago:
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have appointed Ryan Segal as a member of Special Service Area Number 1-2015, the State Street Commission, for a term effective immediately and expiring January 13, 2019.
Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

Referred -- REAPPOINTMENT OF RAMI AKHRAS AS MEMBER OF KEDZIE

INDUSTRIAL TRACT COMMISSION SPECIAL SERVICE AREA NO.7.
A2017-118
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

November 8,2017.

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

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have reappointed Rami Akhras as a member of Special Service Area Number 7, the Kedzie Industrial Tract Commission, for a term effective immediately and expiring September 4, 2020.
Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

Referred -- APPOINTMENT OF RICHARD JUAREZ, SR. AS MEMBER OF LITTLE
VILLAGE COMMISSION SPECIAL SERVICE AREA NO. 25.

A2017-119
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

November 8, 2017.

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

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have appointed Richard Juarez, Sr. as a member of Special Service Area Number 25, the Little Village Commission, for a term effective

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immediately and expiring June 30, 2020 to succeed Mike Moreno, Sr., whose term has expired.
Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

Referred -- REAPPOINTMENT OF SCOTT ONQUE AS MEMBER OF SOUTH

SHORE EXCHANGE COMMISSION SPECIAL SERVICE AREA NO. 49.
A2017-120
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

November 8,2017.

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

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have reappointed Scott Onque as a member of Special Service Area Number 49, the South Shore Exchange Commission, for a term effective immediately and expiring July 28, 2019.
Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

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A. SASSO AS MEMBER OF SHERIDAN
ROAD COMMISSION SPECIAL SERVICE AREA NO. 54.

Referred -- APPOINTMENT OF RICHARD

A2017-121
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

November 8,2017.

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

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have appointed Richard A. Sasso as a member of Special Service Area Number 54, the Sheridan Road Commission, for a term effective immediately and expiring June 6, 2018, to succeed Michelle L. Akan, whose term has expired.
Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

Referred -- APPOINTMENT OF ANDREA ZOPP AS MEMBER OF CHICAGO

POLICE BOARD.
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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 Public Safety:

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OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

November 8,2017.

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

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have appointed Andrea Zopp as a member of the Chicago Police Board for a term effective immediately and expiring August 10, 2022, to succeed Rita A. Fry, whose term has expired.
Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

Referred -- AMENDMENT OF TITLES 1, 2, 4, 7, 9, 10, 11 AND 13 OF MUNICIPAL

CODE REGARDING VARIOUS DEPARTMENT FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES 2018
MANAGEMENT ORDINANCE.
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The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was, together with the proposed ordinance transmitted therewith, Referred to the Committee on the Budget and Government Operations:

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

November 8,2017.

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

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- At the request of the Budget Director, I transmit herewith the Management Ordinance for 2018.

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Your favorable consideration of this ordinance will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

Referred -- AMENDMENT OF TITLES 1, 2, 4, 9, 10 AND 15 OF MUNICIPAL CODE

2018 CODE CORRECTIONS ORDINANCE.
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The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was, together with the proposed ordinance transmitted therewith, Referred to the Committee on the Budget and Government Operations:

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

November 8,2017.

To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of Chicago:
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- At the request of the Budget Director, I transmit herewith the Code Corrections Ordinance for 2018.
Your favorable consideration of this ordinance will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

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Referred -- AMENDMENT OF TITLES 2,3,4,7,9,11,13 AND 18 OF MUNICIPAL

CODE CONCERNING VARIOUS TAXES, CHARGES AND FEES 2018 REVENUE
ORDINANCE AND ASSOCIATED INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENTS WITH
CHICAGO BOARD OF EDUCATION AND CHICAGO TRANSIT AUTHORITY.
02017 -7809
The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was, together with the proposed ordinance transmitted therewith, Referred to the Committee on Finance:

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

November 8,2017.

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

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- At the request of the Budget Director, I transmit herewith the Revenue Ordinance for 2018.
Your favorable consideration of this ordinance will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

-- INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENTS WITH
BOARD OF
EDUCATION OF CHICAGO REGARDING PROVISION OF TAX INCREMENT
FINANCING ASSISTANCE FOR CONSTRUCTION OF ATHLETIC FIELDS AT
WHITNEY M. YOUNG MAGNET HIGH SCHOOL AT 211 S. LAFLIN ST. AND
SCHURZ SCHOOL AT 3601 N. MILWAUKEE AVE.
Referred
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The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was, together with the proposed ordinances transmitted therewith, Referred to the Committee on Finance:

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OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

November 8, 2017.

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

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- At the request of the Commissioner of Planning and Development, I transmit herewith ordinances authorizing the execution of intergovernmental agreements with the Board of Education for TIF assistance.
Your favorable consideration of these ordinances will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT WITH CHICAGO PARK
DISTRICT REGARDING PROVISION OF TAX INCREMENT FINANCING
ASSISTANCE FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO PORTAGE PARK AT 4100 N. LONG
AVE.
Referred --

02017-7813
The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was, together with the proposed ordinance transmitted therewith, Referred to the Committee on Finance:
OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO
November 8,2017.
To the Honorable, Th,e City Council of the City of Chicago:

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- At the request of the Commissioner of Planning and Development, I transmit herewith an ordinance authorizing the execution of an intergovemmental agreement with the Chicago Park District for TIF assistance.

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Your favorable consideration of this ordinance will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

Referred -- AMENDMENT NO.2 TO NORTHWEST INDUSTRIAL CORRIDOR TAX

INCREMENT FINANCING REDEVELOPMENT PLAN AND PROJECT.
02017-7817
The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was, together with the proposed ordinance transmitted therewith, Referred to the Committee on Finance:

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

November 8,2017.

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

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- At the request of the Commissioner of Planning and Development, I transmit herewith an ordinance amending the Northwest Industrial Corridor TIF area.
Your favorable consideration of this ordinance will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

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Referred -- PROPERTY TAX LEVY FOR YEAR 2018.

02017-7807
The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was, together with the proposed ordinance transmitted therewith, Referred to the Committee on Finance:

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

November 8,2017.

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

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- At the request of the Budget Director, I transmit herewith the tax levy for 2018.
Your favorable consideration of this ordinance will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

Referred -- YEAR 2018 LEVY OF TAXES, APPROVAL OF BUDGETS
AND EXECUTION OF SERVICE PROVIDER AGREEMENTS FOR SPECIAL
SERVICE AREA NOS. 5, 8,17,18,25,31,33,35-2015,42,48,56,62 AND 72 AND
AMENDMENT OF YEAR 2017 BUDGET FOR SPECIAL SERVICE AREA NOS. 5, 17,42,48 AND 62.

02017-7779,02017-7780, 02017-7781, 02017-7782, 02017-7783,02017-7784,02017-7785,02017-7786, 02017-7787,02017-7788,02017-7789, 02017-7790,02017-7791
The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was, together with the proposed ordinances transmitted therewith, Referred to the Committee on Finance:

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OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

November 8,2017.

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

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- At the request of the Commissioner of Planning and Development, I transmit herewith ordinances authorizing a scope of services, budget and management agreement for various special service areas.
Your favorable consideration of these ordinances will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

EXPENDITURE OF PORTION OF MOTOR FUEL TAX FUND
ALLOCATED TO CITY OF CHICAGO IN YEAR 2018 AND CONTRIBUTION OF
MATCHING GRANT OF FUNDS TO CHICAGO TRANSIT AUTHORITY.
Referred --

02017-7834,02017-7836
The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was, together with the proposed ordinances transmitted therewith, Referred to the Committee on the Budget and Government Operations:

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO
November 8,2017.
To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of Chicago:

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- At the request of the Budget Director, I transmit herewith ordinances authorizing an allocation of Motor Fuel Tax funds and authorization for an associated intergovernmental agreement with the Chicago Transit Authority.

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Your favorable consideration of these ordinances will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

Referred -- SALE OF VARIOUS CITY-OWNED PROPERTIES.
02017-7892,02017-7929,02017-7934

The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was, together with the proposed ordinances transmitted therewith, Referred to the Committee on Housing and Real Estate:

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

November 8,2017.

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

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- At the request of the Commissioner of Planning and Development, I transmit herewith ordinances authorizing the sale of City-owned property.
Your favorable consideration of these ordinances will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

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City Council Informed As To Miscellaneous Documents Filed In City Clerks Office.
The Honorable Andrea M. Valencia, City Clerk, informed the City Council that documents have been filed in her office relating to the respective subjects designated as follows:
Placed On File -- EXECUTIVE ORDER 2017-3 CONCERNING SUBMITTAL DATE

FOR YEAR 2018 EXECUTIVE BUDGET TO CITY COUNCIL.
F2017-7S
A communication from the Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, under the date of October 12, 2017, received in the Office of the City Clerk on October 12, 2017, transmitting Executive Order 2017-3 setting forth the submittal of Year 2018 Executive Budget to the City Council of the City of Chicago to no later than October 18, 2017, which was Placed on File.

Placed On File -- INSPECTOR GENERALS QUARTERLY REPORT FOR PERIOD

ENDED SEPTEMBER 30, 2017.
F2017-72
A communication from Joseph Ferguson, Inspector General, under the date of October 1S, 2017, received in the Office of the City Clerk on October 16, 2017, transmitting pursuant to Section 2-S6-120 of the Municipal Code of Chicago, a quarterly report of investigations conducted for the period of July 1, 2017, through September 30, 2017, which was Placed on File.

City Council Informed As To Certain Actions Taken.
PUBLICATION OF JOURNAL.
October 11, 2017.
Regular Meeting The City Clerk informed the City Council that all those ordinances, et cetera, which were passed by the City Council on October 11, 2017 and which were required by statute to be published in book or pamphlet form or in one or more newspapers, were published in pamphlet form on November 8, 2017 by being printed in full text in printed pamphlet copies of the Journal of the Proceedings of the City Council of the City of Chicago of the regular meeting held on October 11, 2017, published by authority of the City Council, in accordance with the provisions of Title 2, Chapter 12, Section OSO of the Municipal Code of Chicago, as passed on June 27, 1990.

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October 18, 2017.
Special Meeting
The City Clerk informed the City Council that the call of the special meeting and appropriate comments thereto which were discussed by the City Council on October 18, 2017, and which were required by statute to be published in book or pamphlet form or in one or more newspapers, were published in pamphlet form on November 8, 2017, by being printed in full text in printed pamphlet copies of the Journal of the Proceedings of the City Council of the City of Chicago of the special meeting held on October 18, 2017, published by authority of the City Council, in accordance with the provisions of Title 2, Chapter 12, Section 050 of the Municipal Code of Chicago, as passed on June 27,1990.

PUBLICATION OF SPECIAL PAMPHLETS.

Establishment Of Special Purpose Entity For Issuance Of Sales Tax Securitization Bonds And Amendment Of Sections 2-32-130, 2-56-050 And 2-165-020 Of Municipal Code Regarding Bond And Debt Transactions.
The City Clerk informed the City Council that the ordinance authorizing the establishment of a special purpose entity for issuance of sales tax securitization bonds and amendment of Sections 2-23-130, 2-56-050 and 2-165-020 of Municipal Code regarding bond and debt transactions, which was passed by the City Council on October 11, 2017, and which was requested to be published in special pamphlet form, was published in special pamphlet form on October 13,2017.

Imposition Of Tax Levy, Approval Of Year 2018 Budget, Execution Of Service Provider Agreement And Amendment Of Year 2017 Appropriation, Levy And Agreement Ordinance For Special Service Area No. 1-2015.

The City Clerk informed the City Council that the ordinance authorizing the imposition of a tax levy, approval of a year 2018 budget, execution of a service provider agreement and amendment of year 2017 appropriation, levy and agreement ordinance for Special Service Area Number 1-2015, which was passed by the City Council on October 11, 2017, and which was requested to be published in special pamphlet form, was published in special pamphlet form on October 19,2017.

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Imposition Of Tax Levy, Approval Of Year 2018 Budget And Execution Of Service Provider Agreement For Special Service Area No.4.
The City Clerk informed the City Council that the ordinance authorizing the imposition of a tax levy, approval of a year 2018 budget, and execution of a service provider agreement for Special Service Area Number 4, which was passed by the City Council on October 11, 2017, and which was requested to be published in special pamphlet form, was published in special pamphlet form on October 19,2017.

Imposition Of Tax Levy, Approval Of Year 2018 Budget And Execution Of Service Provider Agreement For Special Service Area No.7.
The City Clerk informed the City Council that the ordinance authorizing the imposition of a tax levy, approval of a year 2018 budget and execution of a service provider agreement for Special Service Area Number 7, which was passed by the City Council on October 11, 2017, and which was requested to be published in special pamphlet form, was published in special pamphlet form on October 19, 2017.
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Imposition Of Tax Levy, Approval Of Year 2018 Budget And Execution Of Service Provider Agreement For Special Service Area No. 13.
The City Clerk informed the City Council that the ordinance authorizing the imposition of a tax levy, approval of a year 2018 budget and execution of a service provider agreement for Special Service Area Number 13, which was passed by the City Council on October 11, 2017, and which was requested to be published in special pamphlet form, was published in special pamphlet form on October 19,2017.

Imposition Of Tax Levy, Approval Of Year 2018 Budget And Execution Of Service Provider Agreement For Special Service Area No. 19.
The City Clerk informed the City Council that the ordinance authorizing the imposition of a tax levy, approval of a year 2018 budget, and execution of a service provider agreement for Special Service Area Number 19, which was passed by the City Council on October 11, 2017, and which was requested to be published in special pamphlet form, was published in special pamphletform on October 19,2017.

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Imposition Of Tax Levy, Approval Of Year 2018 Budget And Execution Of Service Provider Agreement For Special Service Area No. 20.
The City Clerk informed the City Council that the ordinance authorizing the imposition of a tax levy, approval of a year 2018 budget and execution of a service provider agreement for Special Service Area Number 20, which was passed by the City Council on October 11, 2017, and which was requested to be published in special pamphlet form, was published in special pamphletform on October 19,2017.

Imposition Of Tax Levy, Approval Of Year 2018 Budget And Execution Of Service Provider Agreement For Special Service Area No. 21-2016.
The Deputy City Clerk informed the City Council that the ordinance authorizing the imposition of a tax levy, approval of a year 2018 budget and execution of a service provider agreement for Special Service Area Number 21-2016, which was passed by the City Council on October 11, 2017, and which was requested to be published in special pamphlet form, was published in special pamphlet form on October 19,2017.

Imposition Of Tax Levy, Approval Of Year 2018 Budget And Execution Of Service Provider Agreement For Special Service Area No. 24.
The Deputy City Clerk informed the City Council that the ordinance authorizing the imposition of a tax levy, approval of a year 2018 budget and execution of a service provider agreement for Special Service Area Number 24, which was passed by the City Council on October 11,2017, and which was requested to be published in special pamphlet form, was published in special pamphlet form on October 19, 2017.

Imposition Of Tax Levy, Approval Of Year 2018 Budget, Execution Of Service Provider Agreement And Amendment Of Year 2017 Appropriation, Levy And Agreement Ordinance For Special Service Area No. 34.
The City Clerk informed the City Council that the ordinance authorizing the imposition of a tax levy, approval of a year 2018 budget, execution of a service provider agreement and amendment of year 2017 appropriation, levy and agreement ordinance for Special Service Area Number 34, which was passed by the City Council on October 11, 2017, and which was requested to be published in special pamphlet form, was published in special pamphlet form on October 19,2017.

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Imposition Of Tax Levy, Approval Of Year 2018 Budget And Execution Of Service Provider Agreement For Special Service Area No. 43.
The City Clerk informed the City Council that the ordinance authorizing the imposition of a tax levy, approval of a year 2018 budget and execution of a service provider agreement for Special Service Area Number 43, which was passed by the City Council on October 11, 2017, and which was requested to be published in special pamphlet form, was published in special pamphlet form on October 19,2017.

Imposition Of Tax Levy, Approval Of Year 2018 Budget And Execution Of Service Provider Agreement For Special Service Area No. 51.
The City Clerk informed the City Council that the ordinance authorizing the imposition of a tax levy, approval of a year 2018 budget and execution of a service provider agreement for Special Service Area Number 51, which was passed by the City Council on October 11, 2017, and which was requested to be published in special pamphlet form, was published in special pamphletform on October 19,2017.

Imposition Of Tax Levy, Approval Of Year 2018 Budget And Execution Of Service Provider Agreement For Special Service Area No. 54.
The City Clerk informed the City Council that the ordinance authorizing the imposition of a tax levy, approval of a year 2018 budget and execution of a service provider agreement for Special Service Area Number 54, which was passed by the City Council on October 11, 2017, and which was requested to be published in special pamphlet form, was published in special pamphlet form on October 19, 2017.

Imposition Of Tax Levy, Approval Of Year 2018 Budget And Execution Of Service Provider Agreement For Special Service Area No. 55.
The City Clerk informed the City Council that the ordinance authorizing the imposition of a tax levy, approval of a year 2018 budget and execution of a service provider agreement for Special Service Area Number 55, which was passed by the City Council on October 11, 2017, and which was requested to be published in special pamphlet form, was published in special pamphlet form on October 19, 2017.

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Imposition Of Tax Levy, Approval Of Year 2018 Budget, And Execution Of Service Provider Agreement For Special Service Area No. 64.
The City Clerk informed the City Council that the ordinance authorizing the imposition of a tax levy, approval of a year 2018 budget, and execution of a service provider agreement for Special Service Area Number 64, which was passed by the City Council on October 11, 2017, and which was requested to be published in special pamphlet form, was published in special pamphlet form on October 19,2017.

Miscellaneous Communications, Reports, Et Cetera, Requiring Council Action Transmitted To City Council By City Clerk.
The City Clerk transmitted communications, reports, et cetera, relating to the respective subjects listed below, which were acted upon by the City Council in each case in the manner noted, as follows:
Referred -- ZONING RECLASSIFICATIONS OF PARTICULAR AREAS.

Applications in triplicate together with the proposed ordinances for amendment of Title. 17
of the Municipal Code of Chicago the Chicago Zoning Ordinance, as amended, for the purpose of reclassifying particular areas, which were Referred to the Committee on Zoning, Landmarks and Building Standards, as follows:
Americanos LLC Application Number 19427 -- to classify as a 83-1 Community Shopping District instead of a 81-1 Neighborhood Shopping District the area shown on Map Number 13-G bounded by:
the public alley next north of and parallel to West 111 th Street; South Western Avenue;
a line 83.09 feet north of and parallel to West 111th Street; and a line 93.08 feet west of and parallel to South Western Avenue common address: 11060 South Western Avenue.
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A&SL Construction Application Number 19439T1 -- to classify as an RS3 Residential Single-Unit Detached House District instead of a C1-1 Neighborhood Commercial District the area shown on Map Number 9-K in bounded by:

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West Cornelia Avenue; the alley next east of and parallel to North Keeler Avenue; a line from a pOint 155 feet south of West Cornelia Avenue and the west right-of-way line of the alley next east of and parallel to North Keller Avenue; to a point 28 feet east of North Keeler Avenue and 110 feet south of West Cornelia Avenue; and a line 28 feet east of and parallel to North Keeler Avenue common address: 4167 -- 4169 West Cornelia Avenue.
02017-7763
Batool Auto Inc.Application Number 19440T1 -- to classify as an C2-1 Residential Single-Unit Detached House District instead of a B1-1 Neighborhood Shopping District the area shown on Map Number 11-J in bounded by:
a line 191 feet south of and parallel to West Lawrence Avenue; the alley next east of and parallel to North Pulaski Road; a line 241 feet south of and parallel to West Lawrence Avenue; and North Pulaski Road common address: 4737-4739 North Pulaski Road.
02017-7764
Belmont Development LLC Application Number 19418T1 -- to classify as a B3-3 Community Shopping District instead of a B3-2 Community Shopping District the area shown on Map Number 9-G bounded by:
. the public alley next north of West Belmont Avenue; a line 148.00 feet west of North Racine Avenue; West Belmont Avenue; and a line 198.00 feet west of North Racine Avenue common address: 1216 -- 1218 West Belmont Avenue.
02017-7741
Berenstain Properties LLC Application Number 19433 -- to classify as a B2-2 Neighborhood Mixed-Use District instead of a C1-1 Neighborhood Commercial District the area shown on Map Number 53-B bounded by:
the public alley next northeast of and parallel to North Milwaukee Avenue; a line 575 feet northwest of North Keeler Avenue as measured along the northeast line of North Milwaukee Avenue and perpendicular thereto; North Milwaukee Avenue; and a line 599.25 feet northwest of North Keeler Avenue as measured along the northeast line of North Milwaukee Avenue and perpendicular thereto common address:
3555 North Milwaukee Avenue.
02017-7756
Eliseo Carrillo Application Number 19435 -- to classify as a B1-1 Neighborhood Shopping District instead of an RT4 Residential Two-Flat, Townhouse and Multi-Unit District the area shown on Map Number 6-1 bounded by:

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