Journal of the Proceedings of the City Council of the City of Chicago - November 20, 2019

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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 GOUNGIL
of the CITY of GHICAGO, ILLINOIS
Regular Meeting
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Wednesday, November 20,2019

at 10:00 A.M.
Council Chamber
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City Hall -- Chicago, lllinois
OFFIGIAL RECORD.

LORI E. LIGHTFOOT
Mayor
ANDREA M. VALENCIA
City CIerk

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Public Comment.

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Communications From City Officers
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Reports Of Committees

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Committee on Finance
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Committee on the Budget and Government Operations
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Committee on Public Safety
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Committee on Zoning, Landmarks and Building Standards.

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Agreed Calendar
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New Business Presented By Aldermen.

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Traffic Regulations, Traffic Signs, Etc.

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Zoning Ordinance Amendments

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Claims

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Unclassified Matters
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Free Permits, License Fee Exemptions, Etc.

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Approval Of The Journal
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Unfinished Business.

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Miscellaneous Business
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Legislative lndex
Appendix A

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Attendance At Meeting.
Present -- The Honorable Lori E. Lightfoot, Mayor, and Aldermen La Spata, Hopkins, Dowell, King, Hairston, Sawyer, Mitchell, Harris, Beale, Sadlowski Garza, Thompson, Cdrdenas, Quinn, Burke, Lopez, Coleman, Moore, Curtis, OShea, Taylor, Rodriguez, Tabares, Scott, Sigcho-Lopez, Maldonado, Burnett, Ervin, Taliaferro, Reboyras, Cardona, Waguespack, Rodriguez-Sanchez, Austin, Ramirez-Rosa, Villegas, Mitts, Sposato, Nugent, Vasquez, Napolitano, Reilly, Smith, Tunney, Gardiner, Cappleman, Martin, Osterman, Hadden, Silverstein.
Absent -- Alderman Brookins
Call To Order.
On Wednesday, November 20, 2019 at 10:00 A.M., the Honorable Lori E. Lightfoot, 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 La Spata, Hopkins, Dowell, King, Hairston, Sawyer, Mitchell, Harris, Beale, Sadlowski Gaza, Thompson, Cdrdenas, Quinn, Burke, Lopez, Coleman, Moore, Curtis, OShea, Taylor, Rodriguez, Tabares, Scott, Sigcho-Lopez, Maldonado, Burnett, Ervin, Taliaferro, Reboyras, Cardona, Waguespack, Rodriguez-Sanchez, Austin, Ramirez-Rosa, Villegas, Mitts, Sposato, Nugent, Vasquez, Napolitano, Reilly, Smith, Tunney, Gardiner, Cappleman, Martin, Osterman, Hadden, Silverstein - 49.
Quorum present.

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

At this point in the proceedings, the Honorable Lori Lightfoot, Mayor, rose to speak about the tragic and violent event that occurred the evening of November 19, 2019 in which a Chicago police officer and a 1S-year old boy were shot as the result of an attempted bank robbery in the City of Desplaines and the subsequent pursuit that ended in the

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City of Chicago. Mayor Lightfoot noted that she as well as Alderman Gardiner had an opportunity to visit the police officer and the family of the young man in the hospital and asked that we keep both of them and their respective families in our thoughts and prayers.
Reflecting on the devastating effect of such senseless violence and admonishing that "we cant treat it as business as usual because its not", Mayor Lightfoot observed that the lives of both the police officer and the young boy will sadly be "forever marked by the events of last night".

lnvocation.
Dr. Ricky Allmon, pastor of the Apostolic Church of God, opened the meeting with prayer
PUBLIC COMMENT

ln accordance with the City
Councils Rules
of Order and Procedure, the
members of the general public addressed the City Council:
Pat Murray
Andrew Nelson John Catanzara Ronald Jackson Mike Undenruood Jacob Lang Colt Seidman Ricardo Flores
Jackie Paige Kathy Powers Badonna Reingold
following

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City Council lnformed As To Miscellaneous Documents Filed ln City Glerks Office.
The Honorable Andrea M. Valencia, City Clerk, informed the City Council that the following document was filed in her office:

Fite
Ptaced on EXPRESSION OF OPPOSITION TO PROPOSED ZONING
RECLASSIFICATION OF PROPERTY AT 2602 -- 2638 N. EMMETT ST.
F2O1e_134I

A communication from various nearby property owners, underthe date of November 18, 2019, received in the Office of the Clerk on November 18,2019, transmitting an objection to the proposed zoning reclassification for the property at 2602 -- 2638 North Emmett Street Application Number 19993, which was Placed on File.

City Council lnformed As To Certain Actions Taken.

PUBLICATION OF JOURNAL

November 13,2019
Regular Meeting
The City Clerk informed the City Council that all those ordinances, et cetera, which were passed by the City Council on November 13, 2019 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 20,2019 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 November 13, 2019, published by authority of the City Council, in accordancewith the provisions of Title 2, Chapter 12, Section 050 of the Municipal Code of r Chicago, as passed on June 27,
1990.

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October 23,2019.
Special Meeting
The City Clerk informed the City Council that the call for the special meeting and appropriate comments thereto which were discussed by the City Council on October 23, 2019, 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 13, 2019, 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 23, 2019
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
lmposition Of Tax Levy, Approval Of Year 2020 Budget And Execution Of Seruice Provider Agreement For Special Seruice Area No. 4.
The City Clerk informed the City Council that the ordinance authorizing the imposition of a tax levy, approval of a year 2020 budget and execution of a service provider agreement for Special Service Area Number 4, which was passed by the City Council on November 13, 2019, and which was requested to be published in pamphlet form, was published in pamphlet form on November 15, 2019.

lmposition Of Tax Levy, Approval Of Year 2020 Budget And Execution Of Seruice Provider Agreement For Special Seruice Area No. 5.
The City Clerk informed the City Council that the ordinance authorizing the imposition
of a tax levy, approval of a year 2020 budget and execution of a service
provider agreement for Special Service Area Number 5, which was passed by the City Council on November 13, 2019, and which was requested to be published in pamphlet form, was published in pamphlet form on November 15, 2019.

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COMMUNCATIONS, ETC

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lmposition Of Tax Levy, Approval Of Year 2020 Budget And Execution Of Service Provider Agreement For Special Seruice Area No. 18.
The City Clerk informed the City Council that the ordinance authorizing the imposition of a tax levy, approval of a year 2020 budget and execution of a service provider agreement for Special Service Area Number 18, which was passed by the City Council on November 13, 2019, and which was requested to be published in pamphlet form, was published in pamphlet form on November 15, 2019.

lmposition Of Tax Levy, Approval Of Year 2020 Budget And Execution Of Seruice Provider Agreement For Special Seruice Area No. 19.
The City Clerk informed the City Council that the ordinance authorizing the imposition
of a tax levy, approval of a year 2020 budget and execution of a service
provider passed by the City Council on agreement for Special Service Area Number 19, which was November 13, 2019, and which was requested to be published in pamphlet form, was published in pamphlet form on November 15, 2019.

lmposition Of Tax Levy, Approval Of Year 2020 Budget, Execution Of Seruice Provider Agreement And Amendment Of Year 2019 Appropriation, Levy And Agreement Ordinance For Special Seruice Area No. 21-2016.
The City Clerk informed the City Council that the ordinance authorizing the imposition of a tax levy, approval of a year 2020 budget, execution of a service provider agreement and amendment of year 2019 appropriation, levy and agreement ordinance for Special Service Area Number2l-2016, which was passed by the City Council on November 13,2019, and which was requested to be published in pamphlet form, was published in pamphlet form on November 15,2019.

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lmposition Of Tax Levy, Approval Of Year 2020 Budget And Execution Of Seruice Provider Agreement For Special Service Area No. 24.
The City Clerk informed the City Council that the ordinance authorizing the imposition of a tax levy, approval of a year 2020 budget and execution of a service provider agreement for Special Service Area Number 24, which was passed by the City Council on November 13, 2019, and which was requested to be published in pamphlet form, was published in pamphlet form on November 15, 2019.

lmposition Of Tax Levy, Approval Of Year 2020 Budget And Execution Of Seruice Provider Agreement For Special Seruice Area No. 25.
The City Clerk informed the City Council that the ordinance authorizing the imposition
of a tax levy, approval of a year 2020 budget and execution of a service
provider agreement for Special Service Area Number 25, which was passed by the City Council on November 13, 2019, and which was requested to be published in pamphlet form, was published in pamphlet form on November 15, 2019.

lmposition Of Tax Levy, Approval Of Year 2020 Budget And Execution Of Seruice Provider Agreement For Special Seruice Area No. 26.

The City Clerk informed the City Council that the ordinance authorizing the imposition
of a tax levy, approval of a year 2020 budget and execution of a service
provider agreement for Special Service Area Number 26, which was passed by the City Council on November 13, 2019, and which was requested to be published in pamphlet form, was published in pamphletform on November 15,2019.

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COMMUNICATIONS, ETC

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lmposition Of Tax Levy, Approval Of Year 2020 Budget And Execution Of Seruice Provider Agreement For Special Service Area No. 29-2014.
The City Clerk informed the City Council that the ordinance authorizing the imposition
of a tax levy, approval of a year 2020 budget and execution of a service
provider passed by the City Council agreement for Special Service Area Number 29-2014, which was on Novembert3, 2019, and which was requested to be published in pamphlet form, was published in pamphlet form on November 15, 2019.

lmposition Of Tax Levy, Approval Of Year 2020 Budget And Execution Of Seruice Provider Agreement For Special Seruice Area No. 33.
The City Clerk informed the City Council that the ordinance authorizing the imposition
of a tax levy, approval of a year 2020 budget and execution of a service
provider agreement for Special Service Area Number 33, which was passed by the City Council on November 13, 2019, and which was requested to be published in pamphlet form, was published in pamphlet form on November 15, 2019.

lmposition Of Tax Levy, Approval Of Year 2020 Budget And Execution Of Seruice Provider Agreement 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 2020 budget and execution of a service provider agreement for Special Service Area Number 34, which was passed by the City Council on November 13, 2019, and which was requested to be published in pamphlet form, was published in pamphlet form on November 15, 2019.

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lmposition Of Tax Levy, Approval Of Year 2020 Budget And Execution Of Seruice Provider Agreement For Special Seruice Area No. 35-2015.
The City Clerk informed the City Council that the ordinance authorizing the imposition
of a tax levy, approval of a year 2020 budget and execution of a service
provider passed was the City Council Area Number 35-2015, which by agreement for Special Service pamphlet published form, was in on November 13, 2019, and which was requested to be published in pamphlet form on November 15, 2019.

lmposition Of Tax Levy, Approval Of Year 2020 Budget And Execution Of Seruice Provider Agreement For Special Seruice Area No. 38.
The City Clerk informed the City Council that the ordinance authorizing the imposition
of a tax levy, approval of a year 2020 budget and execution of a service
provider agreement for Special Service Area Number 38, which was passed by the City Council on November 13, 2019, and which was requested to be published in pamphlet form, was published in pamphlet form on November 15, 2019.

lmposition Of Tax Levy, Approval Of Year 2020 Budget, Execution Of Seruice Provider Agreement And Amendment Of Year 2019 Appropriation, Levy And Agreement Ordinance For SpecialServrce Area No. 43.
The City Clerk informed the City Council that the ordinance authorizing the imposition of a tax levy, approval of a year 2020 budget, execution of a service provider agreement and amendment of year 2019 appropriation, levy and agreement ordinance for Special Service Area Number 43, which was passed by the City Council on November 13, 2019, and which was requested to be published in pamphlet form, was published in pamphlet form on November 15,2019.

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COMMUNICATIONS, ETC.

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lmposition Of Tax Levy, Approval Of Year 2020 Budget And Execution Of Seruice Provider Agreement For Special Seruice Area No. 54.
The City Clerk informed the City Council that the ordinance authorizing the imposition of a tax levy, approval of a year 2020 budget and execution of a service provider agreement for Special Service Area Number 54, which was passed by the City Council on November 13, 2019, and which was requested to be published in pamphlet form, was published in pamphlet form on November 15, 2019.

lmposition Of Tax Levy, Approval Of Year 2020 Budget And Execution Of Service Provider Agreement For Special Seruice Area No. 55.
The City Clerk informed the City Council that the ordinance authorizing the imposition of a tax levy, approval of a year 2020 budget and execution of a service provider agreement for Special Service Area Number 55, which was passed by the City Council on November 13, 2019, and which was requested to be published in pamphlet form, was published in pamphlet form on November 15, 2019.

lmposition Of Tax Levy, Approval Of Year 2020 Budget And Execution Of Seruice Provider Agreement For Special Seruice Area No. 60.
The City Clerk informed the City Council that the ordinance authorizing the imposition
of a tax levy, approval of a year 2020 budget and execution of a service
provider passed by the City Council on agreement for Special Service Area Number 60, which was November 13, 2019, and which was requested to be published in pamphlet form, was published in pamphlet form on November 15, 2019.

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lmposition Of Tax Levy, Approval Of Year 2020 Budget And Execution Of Service Provider Agreement For Special Seruice Area No. 71.
The City Clerk informed the City Council that the ordinance authorizing the imposition of a tax levy, approval of a year 2020 budget and execution of a service provider agreement for Special Service Area Number71, which was passed by the City Council on November 13, 2019, and which was requested to be published in pamphlet form, was published in pamphlet form on November 15, 2019.

Miscellaneous Communications, Reports, Et Cetera, Requiring Council Action Transmitted To City Gouncil By City Glerk.
The City Clerk transmitted a communication, which was acted upon by the City Council in the manner noted, as follows:

Referred -- CORRECTION OF DECEMBER 12,2018 CITY COUNCIL JOURNAL OF

PROCEEDlNGS.
1c2019-9087I

A communication from the Honorable Andrea M. Valencia, City Clerk, transmitting a proposed ordinance for correction of the Journal of the Proceedings of the City Council of the City of Chicago for December 12, 2018, which was Referred to the Committee on Committees and Ru/es.

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REPORTS OF COMMITTEES

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES.

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE.

7,9,10, 11 AND 17 OF IUUNICIPAL
REGULATIONS, FEES AND
BUSINESS
VARIOUS
CODE CONCERNING
Action Deferred -- AMENDIVIENT OF TITLES 2, 3,
TAXES 2020 REVENUE ORDTNANCE.
lo2o1e-85271

The Committee on Finance submitted the following report which was, on motion of Alderman Waguespack and Alderman Dowell, Deferred and ordered published:

CHICAGO, November 20, 2019

To the President and Members of the City Council:

Your Committee on Finance, having had under consideration an ordinance amending various sections of the Municipal Code of Chicago, which relate to revenue derived from certain taxes, fines and fees, having had the same under advisement, begs leave to report and recommend that Your Honorable Body pass the proposed ordinance transmitted herewith.

This recommendation was concurred in by a viva voce vote of the members of the committee, with one dissenting vote by Alderman Lopez.
Respectfully submitted,
Signed SCOTTWAGUESPACK, Chairman
The following is said ordinance transmitted with the foregoing committee report:

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Revenue Ordinance
WHEREAS, The City of Chicago is a home rule unit of government as defined in Article
Vll, Section 6 a of the lilinois Constitution; and
WHEREAS, As a home rule unit of government, the City of Chicago may exercise any power and perform any function pertaining to its government and affairs; ind WHEREAS, The management of its finances is a matter pertaining to the government and affairs of the City of Chicago; now, therefore, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCTL OF THE CITY OF CHICAGO:
This ordinance is organized into fifteen Articles, as follows:

Article I
Article ll Article lll Arlicle lV
Article V
Article Vl
Taxicab Fees Public Way Fees Permit and Development Review Fees Parking Fees Public Utility Fees lnterg.overnmentar Agreement with the Board of Education of the city
Article Vll Article Vlll Article lX
Article X

Aicle Xl Article Xll Arlicle Xlll Article XIV
Article XV

ARTICLE I.

of Chicago Lease Transaction Tax Ground Transportation Tax Motor Vehicle Lessor Tax Refuse Collection Fees Cannabis Tax Dissolution of the Chicago lnfrastructure Trust
Miscellaneous Severability and Repeater Effective Dates
TAXICAB FEES.

SECTION

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Chapter 9-112 of the Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by

deleting the language struck through and by adding the language und6rscored, a. follor,
9-112-150

a b
License fees and terms.
Licenses shall be issued for a two_year period.

The license term for licenses shall be from March 1 of the current year to the last day of February two years subsequenl to the current year.

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License issuance or renewal fee is $1€00€O $5O0.OO for taxicabs that are not wheelchair accessible. ln addition, as part of the license issuance or renewal fee, a licensee shall pay $22.00 per month to the eity:s City,s accessibility fund for each taxicab which

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is not wheelchair-accessible. The licensee may pay the $22.00 per month fee at the same time as the licensee pays the ground transportation tax imposed in Chapter 3-46 of this Code;
provided, however, that no fee shall be due for any calendar month during which such a taxicab is out of operation for the entire month and the license for such taxicab is surrendered for the entire month. The $22.00 fee shall not be subject to proration for portions of a calendar month.
The Department shall deposit the $22.00 per month fee to the Citys accessibility fund.

ii License issuance or renewal fee for wheelchair accessible taxicabs is $.OOS€0 $500.00. The license must be attached to a wheelchair accessible taxicab vehicle during the entire licensing term.
c A license fee shall be paid in advance of the issuance of a license. A licensee must renew and pay for the medallion license before the expiration date of the licensing term.
Any taxicab medallion licensing fee paid on or after the first day of the licensing term is considered a late payment, and is subject to late payment fees, interest accrued as specified in the Code, and promulgated in the rules by the eQommissioner.
Omitted text is not affected hy this ordinance.

e Nothing in this section shall affect the right of the eity Citv to impose or collect a vehicle tax and any occupational tax, as permitted by law, in addition to the license fee herein provided.
Omitted lext ls nol affected by this ordinance.
S The egommissioner is aulhorized to adopt rules aed-reg,ulatiens for the administration of the Accessibility Fund.
9-112-230

Tiered lease rate structure.

a The following tiered lease structure with !@ stated lease rate capg applies shall applv to the lease of a taxicab:
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24 Hour Weeklv Maximum Lease Rate $707 total for seven consecgtive 24 hour shifts
$93 per 24
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b A lessor of a taxicab shall provide a tessee of a taxicab with an accurate and dated receipt and a completed and fully executed copy of the lease agreement detailing the charges forthe lease of a taxicab prior to the delivery of a taxicab. Any lessor who violates this section shall be fined as provided in section 9-112-630 of this Code.
c
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terms.

d
No person shall charge more than the lease rates set forth in this section by 12entering into consecutive leases witn tne same driver. No oerson shall charoe m9re than the jnto qonsecutive hourlv hour djilv lease rate or the 24-hour dailv lease rale bv enterilg leaieF

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two consecutive 12ilour daily leases with the same driver. No person shall charge more than the 24-hour weekly lease for any 7 consecutive days of a 24-hour daily lease with the same 1
driver. No person ihall charge more than the 2-hourweekly lease for any 7 consecutive days of a 12-hour lease with the same driver.
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Licensees must oroduce within three davs copies of requested lease agreements
to the Commissioner upon the Commissioners request for tha same.

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License and other taxicab industry license transfers.

a
Licenses may only be transferred to individuals, partnerships, limited liability companies, or corporations. Taxicab medallions licenses may not be transferred to and held by a trust.

b Each licensee who holds one or more active licenses shall be entitled lo renew each such license for the succeeding licensing period, unless the applicant has ceased to be qualified to obtain a license under this chapter other than if the disqualification for obtaining a new license is due to the licensee having reached the maximum number of licenses allowable under the Code or unless cause exists under this chapter to rescind, revoke or require surrender of the license or licenses held by such person.
c
Reserved.

d Subject to the limitations set forth above, all taxicab industry licenses issued pursuant to this chapter shall be freely transferable to any person qualified under the provisions of this chapter to be a license holder. Every transfer must be approved by the dDepartment. ln so approving, the egommissioner, or her designee, shall review and investigate whether the transferor and transferee are eligible to sell, apply, renew, or hold the license being transferred.
The eQommissioner shall determine eligibility by applying the standards and requirements for obtaining, renewing, or holding a license under this chapter or applicable promulgated rules.
e No license holder may transfer a license if revocation proceedings with respect to that license have been filed with the dDepartment of administrative hearings or v,vith any other court of competent jurisdiction.
f Any attempt to transfer a license in violation of this section shall result in the rescission of the license as provided in Section 9112120 of this Code.
S

A nonrefundable administrative fee of $2,500.00 shall be paid by the transferee
at the time of application or transfer of the license by the dDepartment
h
Reserved.

i No administrative fee is assessed if the transferor ls a natural person and the transferee is a corporation in which the transferor holds 100 percent of the stock; if the transferor is the executor or administrator of the estate of a deceased person who held the license or held 100 percent of the stock in a corporation which held the license and the

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transferee is the heir of the deceased person: or if the transferee is the legal spouse or child of the deceased transferor and that legal spouse or child is a 50 percent shareholder in the license and the deceased lransferor was a 50 percent shareholder in the license.
pledging or otherwise encumbering a license shall be permitted; provided, that the liceniee stratt notity the eQommissioner in advance and in writing of any such encumbrance and provide the egommissioi6r with such information with respect to the person to whom the license is to be pledged as the Gqommissioner may reasonably require. Any foreclosure upon a pledged or encumbJred license shall constitute a transfer sutect to the provisions of this
0

..

subsection.

k ln the event of an individual licensees death, the authority to operate granted under the license shall cease, and the license card and medallion metal plate for each license owned or controlled by the deceased licensee must be surrendered by the individual in possession of the license card and the medallion metal plate Corporate officers or shareholders listed on the deceased licensees company, taxicab affiliations and license managers must report within five business days to the dDepartment any incident of death or incapacitation of a licensee.
Existing corporate officers of the deceased licensees company or the executor or administrator of the estate of any deceased licensee, only after application and approval by the eQommissioner, may continue to exercise the privileges of the deceased licensee, including the liilited privilege of liiense transfer granted in this chapter, until the expiration of the license but no longer thai six months after the licensees death. At the end of the six-month period or the expiraiion of the license, whichever comes first, the executor or administer may apply for and seek approval for an extension. The eQommissioner may extend this period after reviewing such application for an extension.
ogrsgn who held a license or 111 For ourposes of determinino heirs of a deceqsed held a license and transferrino luch license or inteffih
ownersiTo
ffi
heirs. the Commissigner mav relr on a cgov of a document Osiarrtiattv i! eg,mgaIr.g? witn suOseclion f ut or codlfied at Z55 lL9S 5/?5-1 as orovided in ieclion of the Act. The Commissioner is authorized to oromuloate rules for the imolementation of this subsection.

ffi
SECTION 2. Section g-112-220 of the MunicipalCode of Chicago is hereby repealed in its entirety.

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SECTION 1. Section 2-1O2-O8O of the Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding the language underscored, and by deleting the language struck through, as follows:

2-102-080
Easements
-

Legal descriptions and addresses
-

Vacations of the public way
Fees.

-

Omitted text is not affected by this ordinance.

bg 1 Vacations of the public way - Easements. The Commissioner of Transportation shall assess a nonrefundable application fee of $te25$0 $2,000.00 to process any application, submitted pursuant to the Deparlment of Transportations Street and Alley Vacation Program, seeking City Council authorization to vacate the public way or to obtain an easement on, over or under the public way. Provided, however, that if the applicant is-€-unlt-€
isasister
@ada
aqencv, no application fee shall be assessed.

2 ln addition to the application fee required under subsection bEX1 of this section, the applicant shall also be required to pay: i all third party costs incurred by the Department necessary or appropriate to ensure the validity of the land conveyance including but not limited to any costs associated with survey work, title work, appraisal.of the real property or interest lherein, recording of title and other associated expenses; and ii all third party costs necessary or appropriate to affect any utility relocation or adjustment including but not limited to all costs incuned in connection with the purchase and installation of new pipes or wires; and iii all third party costs necessary or appropriate to remove any objection identified by the Office of Underground Coordination or by any utility review board including but not limited to excavation costs, environmental remediation costs and disposal costs. lf the applicant fails to submit a completed application in a timely manner or fails to meet any deadline necessary to complete lhe vacation or conveyance process, re-application shall be required and a non-refundable reapplication fee of $50eS0 $1.000.00 shall be assessed.
beaeseese4 Provided. however. that if the aoplicant is a sister aoencv. no aoolication fee shall be assessed.

Omitted lexf rs not affected by this ordinance.
SECTION 2. Section I 0-28-281.3 of the Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding the language underscored, and by deleting the language struck through, as follows:

10-28-281.3 Permitfees.

B Obstruction of public way - initial permit fees. An application for Fer an obstruction of the public way permit shall include a oermit apolication fee set bv the Commissioner. Beqinnino Januarv 1. 2021. and each vear on Januarv lst thereafter. this oermit aoplication fee shall automaticallv be increased in oroportion to anv increase in the CPl. as defined in Section 10-29-040, uo to 2.5 percent in anv one vear, or in an amount that the Commissioner determines is suoported by the costs associated with administering such permit.
The Commissioner shall ensure such permit fee is oublished on a publiclv accessible website. A
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aoplication fee as described in this section. within Within the Central Business District, for the
@pelllactivityandforthefirst540daysforaTypellactivity,the shall be as follows:
permit fees per month for each foot of frontage obstructed
Omitted text not affected by this ordinance.

C Type I and Type lll activity fees - after first 180 days. ln the event that the permitteeseeksio continue its permitted status for a Type I or Type lll activity after 180 days, ihe fees for each month of each foot of frontage used shall be as fellerrrei set forth in this
Omitted text not affected by this ordinance.
SECTION 3. Section 10-28-799 of the Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding the language underscored, as follows:

10-28-799 Dumpsters/roll off boxes
on the public way.

Omitted text not affected by this ordinance.

G

Permit fee.

The permit fee for each dumpster permitted pursuant to this section shall be as follows:

Omitted text not affected by this ordinance.

ARTICLE III

PERMIT AND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW FEES

SECTION 1. Section 17-13-0103 of the Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding the language underscored, and by deleting the language struck through, as follows:
17-13-0103 Filins APp!!g4!!g.! Fees
17-13-OlO3-AApplicationsmustbeaccompaniedbythefollowingfees:

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Application Type
Fee
Applications filed by Mayor, Council members, City Depart ments, Public Bodies/Agencies
None
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New Construction and Additions to Existinq Construction review: $75
Strueturee 10;000 eqsare feelin arqa er lees Any ln-person review:
$1,500
floor area
f€e+imr€a rea
squa+e+e eeuare-eet Repa irs/Alterations to Existing Construction
No plans reouired
Electronic review: $5e $Zg ln-oerson review: $1,500
Electronic review: $75
ln-person review: $1,500
Electronic review: $75
ln-person review: $1 ,500
$59

Public Notice
$25

Zoning Map Amendments Rezonings
$1,000

Residential construction, 5 units or less Residential construction, exceeding 5 units Nonresidential construction
$1,000

Use
Planned Development Air Rights Planned DeveloPment
Lake Michiqan and Lakefront Protection Ordinance Apolication Fee Variation Adjustment Opinion Reinspection n of Motor Vehicle RePair ShoP
Sign Permit Sign Permit Appeal
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on premises off premises
$1,500
$1 ,000 + $200/net developable acre as measured at the established air rights plane
s1.500
$s00
$500
$1 50

00
$75 annually
$1

$200
$500
$500

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Omitted text is not affected by this ordinance.
17-13-0193-D Additional ln-Person Review Fee. Each additional in-oerson review shall require oavment of an additional fee of $1.500.
17-13-0103-E Review Fees. Additional zonino review fees. based on area of work. shall be due and oaid to the Citv of Chicaqo in the same manner provided in Seclion 14A-4-412 as follows:

Application Tvoe
Fee
Application without plans required fuea of work less tha Area of work between 10.000 and L00.000
souare feet
Nere
Area of work exceedino 100.0Q0 square feet
None
square feet or fraction thereof.
ln-oerson: $3.500 plus $50 per 1,000 square feet or fraction thereof.
Electronic review: $2.425 olus $25 oer 2.500
souare feet or fraction thereof.
ln-person: $5.000 olus $50 per 1.000 square feet or fraction thereof.

For purooses of calculatino the fee due under this subsection. "area of work" shall be determined in the same manner as in Chapter 14A-4.

SECTION

2. Section 17-13-0610 of the Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended
by adding the language underscored, and by deleting the language struck through, as follows:

17,13-0610 Effect of Planned Development Approval. After the adoption ol a planned development ordinance, every application for a permit or license within the planned development boundaries must be reviewed by the Zoning Administrator for a determination that the proposed use, building or structure complies with all provisions ol lhe planned development ordinance. A ft review fee e is $0.50 per square foot of buildable floor ?I€4. willbssoss€C
One-half of the review fee is due at the time of Plan Commission review. and one-half of the review fee is due at the time of permit review. lf the buildable floor area souare tootaoe chanqes between Plan Commission review and permit review, the total review fee will be ororated, accordinoly, at the time of permit review. Zoning and occupancy certificates may be issued by the Zoning Administrator for uses, buildittgs or structures within the planned development only upon his written approval. Any permit, license or certificate issued in conflict with the planned development ordinance is null and void.

ARTICLE IV.

PARKING FEES.

SECTION 1. Section 2-32-093 of the Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding the language underscored, and by deleling the language struck through, as follows:

2-32-093

Comptroller - Parking and parking administrator.

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Ad 16s cemptrsl+eF Comotroller shall serve ex officio as the t+affis€dministr€t€r Traffic iomoliance Administrator provided for in seetien Section 9-100-01 0 of this eede Code, and in that caFcttyJhe eemplreller Comptroller has the power to appoint ticketing agents, who may include a person, or the persons designee, acting pursuant to a concession agreement wittr the 6y Ejly governing the operation, maintenance, improvement, installatioit and removal of, and collection of fees from certain designated parking meters, for purposes of enforcing parking laws and regulations.
B! ln addition to the powers authoriz-ed in subsection a the €omr€ller ComptrollEr has the following Powers and dutiesj, 1

Subject to subsection gU4, to operate off-street parking facilities owned by the eity City, and to collect all fees and charges for the use of such facilitiesi
2 3

To administer Chapter 9-100 of this Code;

To negotiate and enter intci intergovernmental agreements with the lllinois Secretary of State, and with other vehicle authorities and state agencies responsible for collecting and maintaining vehicle-related and driver-related information, for the purpose of sharing information relevant to motor vehicle registration and ownership and eligibility for parking-related privileges. Such agreeinents may include terms relating to indemnification by the Ciiy of Chicago and/or the payment of fees for such information, subject to the appropriation of funds;

4 To direct the operation, maintenance, improvement, installation and removal of, and collection of fees from, parking meters consistent with the provisions of the code, and to determine comparable meter revenue rates pursuant to Section 9-68-050; provided however that if the eity+euneit Citv Council authorizes a concession agreement for the operation, improvement, installation, removal and maintenance of, and collection of fees from, certain designated parking meters, all powers provided for in subsections BU1 and 4 of this section shall be performed consistent with the terms of such concession agreement;
5

To negotiate and enter into, subject to the approval of the ei+eeun€il gily Council, licensing agreements or intergovernmental agreements for the use of the parking and compliance violation system, including any agreement for the marketing thereof.

191 ggbiect to anv lilinois.gtatutorv requirements oovernino iurisdiction ovgr the public wav. !o neootiate and enter into aqreements with anv Sister Aoencv, as that .telfn js the Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authoritv "Authoritv, for Mi enfoement of Chaoter 9-64 on public wavs. oarkinq lots, and other propertv owned or controlled bv the Sister Aoencv or Authoritv.
SECTION 2. Section 9-4-010 of the Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding the language underscored as follows:

9-4-010

Definitions.

Whenever the following words and phrases are used in Chapter 9-4 through 9-103, they shall have the meanings respeclively ascribed to them in this section:

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Omitted text is not affected by this ordinance.

Traffic control devices means all signs, signals, markings, and devices placed or erected under authority of the city council for the purpose of regulating,, warning, or guiding traffic.
Omitted text is not affected by this ordinance.
SECTION 3. Section 9-64-010 of the Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding the language underscored as follows:

9.64-010
a
Applicability-Exemptions.

The provisions of the traffic code prohibiting the standing or parking of vehicles shall apply at all times or at those times therein specified or as indicated on official signs, where required, except when it is necessary to stop a vehicle to avoid conflict with other traffic or in compliance wiifr tfre directions of a police officer, traffic control aids or oflicial traffic-control device.

Omitted lext is nof affected by this ordinance.

o
SECTION 4. Section 9-64-205 of the Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding the language underscored, and by deleting the language struck through, as follows:

9-64-205

Parking meter rates
Notwithstanding any prior ordinance establishing a different rate, the rates for parking in a parking meter zone or space or a City-owned lot comprised of parking meters that bre coitrotteO by thl Department of Finance or subject to any concession agreement approved by the City Council for operation, maintenance, improvement, installation and removal of and collection of fees from, certain designated parking meters, shall be as follows:

a
Except as provided in subsection d, within the area bounded by the south side of Congiess Parkway on the south, Lake Michigan on the east, the north side of Wacker Drive per on the iorth, and the west side of Wacker Drive on the west, the fee shall be $6=5O $7.00
hour.

b Except as provided in subsection d, the fee shall be $4.50 oer hour within the area OoinOeA by as follows: beqinnino at the center point of the inters,eqtion of Rgosevel! R.oad and Halsted Str;ettfien conttnuino east on the south side of Roosevelt Road eeSe+euth, to the shoreline of Lake tvlicnigin enhe+ast, thence north to the north side of North Avenue. eR
thence sovth to the south side gf Van Auren -SGet. tnence east to anA the west side of Halsted Street enhe-rvest, thence south to
Avenue.,tffind-Avenue.

ffioao.excludingtheareawithintheboundariesdeSignatedin subsection a of this section@.

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c
Except as provided in subsections d, e. and g, within all areas of the City, except for the areas within the boundaries designated in subsections a and b of this section, the fee shall be $2.00 per hour.

d
Wthin any area where a parking meter operates 24 hours per day, the rate shall
be fifty percent of the applicable rate setforth in subsections a, b and c above and
subsection e below during the following hours:

1 Within the boundaries of the area set forth in subsection a, between 9:00 P.M. and 8:00 A.M.;
2

For the 400 and 500 blocks of North Kingsbury Street, between midnight
3

For all other areas, between 10:00 P.M. and 8:00 A.M

and 8:00 A.M.;

e
Notwithstanding the above, the rates shall be:

1
and
0

at the following locations, the rate shall be $.50 per hour:

1.1
1.2

the 1200 block of West Greenleaf Avenue, north side of the street;

1.3

Recreation Drive, from 3869 through and including 4000.

the 2800 block of South Wabash Avenue, both sides of the street;

Resenrcg,l For parkino meter fees set forth in subsections a. b. and c of
this section. each vear the Comptroller shall raise. if necessarv. the followinq vears resoective oarkino meter rates-effective each Januarv 1-to an amount of one olus the oercentaoe chanoe in the Consumer Price Index for all Urban Consumers for all items published bv the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics. from the base measure of Decelnber 31 . 2013. to the Auqust of the cunent vear. multiplied bv the respective parkino meter rate in effect at the base measure, rounded to the nearest ouarter $0.25.

S The rate in a commercial loading zone established in Section 9-64-165 shall be $3.50 per 15 minutes.
h
Notwithstanding the above, if, in the determination of the Comptroller, a reduction
in the parking meter rates for certain locations of the City would result in more efficient traffic
flow or reduction of traffic congestion in that location, the Comptroller may reduce the parking meter rates for that particular location; provided that the reduction shall not be greater than twenty-five percent of the applicable rate for that location.

O

This section shall not ?pplv to Chicaqo Park District parkinq meters.

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SECTION S. Section 9-64-200 of the Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding the language underscored, and by deleting the language struck through, as follows:

9-54-206

Parking meters
-

Flours of operation
NotwithstAnding any prior ordinance establishing different hours oJ operation, the hours.
i shall of operation for aparXi-ng meter, except as provided by subsections S h aaC l. and be as follows:

Omitted text is not affected by this ordinance
b
ln addition to the hours provided in subsection d, on all other streets that are non-residential streets, parking meters shall operate from 8:00 A.M. to streets not residential 10:00 P.M., Monday through Saturday, except meters shall operate:

1

Twenty-four hours per day, Monday through Sunday:

1.1

within the boundaries of the area set forth in Section 9-64-205a;

2 From 8:00 A.M to midnight, Monday through Sunday, within the area .
bounded on the east by Lake Michigan, on the north by the north side of Division Street, on the west by the west siOe of Halsted Street running south to the east bank of the North Branch Canal ind then running south to the east bank of the Chicago River, and-on the south by the
north bank of the Chicigo River. anO at sucn other I
Omitted lext is not affected by this ordinance.

1i1

Thi" r""tion shrll not roolu to Chi".oo tirrk Distti"t o"tkino
"t"o
SECTION 6. Section 9-64-207 of the Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding the language underscored, and by deteting the language struck through, as follows:

9-64-207
a
Parking meter increments and maximum periods for parking.

Except as provided in subsections c and d, the esmptfeer Comptroller shall determine the minlmum time increment that may be purchased at a parking meter; provided, however, that the minimum time increment shall not be more. than twenty minutes.

b
Notwithstanding any prior ordinance establishing maximum periods that a vehicle
m"y paikor stand at a meter,-the 66rpBrcIe Comptroller shall determine and post, or cause to parking be bosted, on the meter the applicable maximum periods that may be purchased at a meter.

Omitted text rs not affecled by this ordinance.

o
This section shall not aoplv to chicaoo Park District Darkino meters.

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SECTON 7. Section 9-64-208 of the Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding the language underscored, and by deleting the language struck through, as follows:

9-64-208

Monthly parking for city parking lots.

a Notwithstanding section 9-64-205, metered parking spaces in the city parking lots designated below are authorized to be used for monthly parking at the following rates:
Rale for monthly parking
+ e 0l $Ia 4 O
5 6 i4l 7CI
8 O
s 1€ A
€+Ig
Designated city lot
g75g0

1130 West tawrenee Avense
$7+€e $85.00

3120 North Greenview Avenue 1530 West Barry Avenue 1635 West Melrose Street
$75€S $8s.00

$+5€e $85.00
$7s+e $65€0 $75.00
$40.00
$4o.oo
ffi
2630 North Emmett Street
4030 North Laporte Avenue 1752 West 95th Street
940€0

M

$4o,oo $40.00

1938 West Monterey Avenue 1835 West 95th Street
b
15s €€mfr€er Comptroller shall notify the general public of the availability of monthly parking permits for the designated city lots. The number of permits issued for any designated city lot shall not exceed the number of parking spaces located in that lot, The purchase of a monthly parking permit does not reserve or guarantee any parking space in the lot.

c 16s 6ssptreller Comptroller, or his designee, is authorized to issue such permits on a first-come non-discriminatory basis. The permit shall evidence the required payment and shall be considered as putting the parking meter where such person parks into operation, pursuant to section 9-64-190. The person shall display the permit in a publicly visible location as directed by the eemptrele+ Comotroller.
d This section shall not replace any other more restrictive parking restrictions and does not relieve a person from the duty to observe other and more restrictive provisions prohibiting or limiting the standing or parking of vehicles in specified places or at specified times.
e Any revenue collected pursuant to this section that is from parking meters that are sublect to a concession agreement approved by the eity-eeuneil Citv Council for the operation, maintenance, improvement, installation and removal of, and the collection of fees from, certain designated parking meters, shall be allocated to the extent provided by such agreement. Any revenue collected from parking meters not subject to any such agreement shall be deposited into the corporate fund.
f The eemptrellrer.Comptroller is authorized to promulgate rules and+egrulatiecs for the adminislration of this section.

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SECTION 8. Section 9-100-020 of the Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding the language underscored, and by deleting the language struck through, as follows:

Violation
9-100-020

-

Penalty.

Omitted text is not affected by this ordinance.
The fines listed below sfr6tt Ue imposed for a violation of the following sections of
b
the traffic code Traffic Code Section
9-64-190b

Fine
$6+e0 u0.00

Omitted text is not affected by this ordinance.

SECTION 9. The Comptroller is directed to install parking meters on a
a
a
a
a
a
o
a
a
a
a
a
a
North side of West Washington Boulevard from North Peoria Street to North Sangamon Street North side of West Washington Boulevard from North Carpenter Street to North Aberdeen Street Both sides of West Washington Boulevard from North Aberdeen Street to North Ogden Avenue Both sides of West Randolph Street from Noh Halsted Street to North Ogden Avenue Both sides of West Lake Street from North Halsted Street to North Ogden Avenue Both sides of West Fulton Market from North Halsted Street to North Ogden Avenue Both sides of West Wayman St from North Halsted Street to North Sangamon Street Both sides of West Carroll Avenue from North Morgan Street to North Ogden Avenue Both sides of North Green Street from West Wayman Street to West Washington Boulevard West side of North Green Street from West Washington Boulevard to West Madison Street Both sides of South Green Street from West Madison Street to West Monroe Street Both sides of North and South Peoria Street from the railroad tracks to West Monroe St Both sides of North Sangamon Street from West Wayman St to West Madison Street Both sides of North and south lt/lorgan streel from the railroad tracks to west It/lonroe Street
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Both sides of North and South Carpenter Street from West Carroll Avenue to West Madison St Both sides of North and South Aberdeen Street from West Carroll Avenue to Wesl Rundell Place Both sides of Norlh May street from west canoll Avenue to west Madison Street Both sides of North Racine Avenue from West Carroll Avenue to West Madison Street East side of South Racine Avenue from West Madison Street to West Monroe Street west side of south Racine Avenue from west Madison street to the first drivewaY south Both sides of North Elizabeth St from West Carroll Avenue to West Madison St East side of North Throop Street from West Washington Boulevard to West Madison Street Both sides of South Throop Street from West Madison Street to the first alley south Both sides of North Ada Street from West Carroll Avenue to West Madison Street Both sides of South Laflin from West Madison Street to the first driveway south west side of South Halsted street from west Madison street to west Adams Street Both sides of West Grand Avenue from North May Street to North Ogden Avenue East side of North Milwaukee Avenue from North Sangamon Street to North Morgan Street
The parking meters shall operate during the hours set forth in 9-64-206bX2.
SECTION 10, The Comptroller is directed to install parking meters on:

o .
r r r r r .
.

East side of North Franklin Street from West Adams Street to West Washington Boulevard South side of West Adams Street from South Franklin Street to South Clark Street South side of East and West Adams Street from South Dearborn Street to South Wabash Street North side of Easl Jackson Boulevard from South State Street to South Wabash Street North side of West Jackson Boulevard from South LaSalle Street to South Clark Street North side of West Jackson Boulevard from South Franklin Street to South Wells Street South side of West Monroe Street from South Dearborn Street to South State Street Both sides of south LaSalle street from west Monroe street to west Adams Street East side of South LaSalle Street from west calhoun Place to west Monroe Street

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a
a
West side of South clark street from west Madison street to West Monroe Street East side of North Upper Wacker Drive from West Randolph Street to West Lake Street
The parking meters shall operate during the hours set forth in $.64-206bX1.

ARTICLE V.

PUBLIC UTILITY FEES.

SECTION L Chapter 11-12 of the Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding the language underscored, as follows:

t1-12-010

Definitions.

For purposes of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply:

Omitted text not affected by this ordinance "Owner, m6ans anv oerson who alone, or iointlv or severallv with others. is: 1 the legal title holder or holders to iny premises, or Owetting units, with or without accompanying actual possession thereof; 2 the beneficial owner or owners of an llllnois Land Trust if legal title is tne purchaser under a real estate installment sales contract; 4 any ireld by such a trust;
person serving as executor,adminlstrator, trustee, or guardian of an estate if legal title is held by the estate;-or 5 any person, including the agent of the legal title holder, who is authorized or entitteO to control, manage or dispose ofiny premises, dwelling or dwelling unit.

ii
Omitted text not affected by this ordinance.

11-12-330

LiabilitY for charges.

The owner or owners of a property, location or address where water or water service is supplied shall be ioiii and severallv responsible for payment for any water or water service supplied. Upon a detefiination that any owner did not timely pay his water or sewer charges, tne comptrotter may institute collection action with the department of administrative hearings by forwarding a copy of a notice of violation or a notice of hearing, which has been properly served, to the deiartmeni of administrative hearings. The billing statement, notice of a water service charge oi notice of delinquent payment of a water service charge shall be prima facie evidence that ihe owner identified in the statement or nolice shall be liable for such charge and any delinquent payment fee.
Omitted text not.affected by this ordinance.

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