Journal of the Proceedings of the City Council of the City of Chicago - January 15, 2020

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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
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JOURNAL of the PROGEEDINGS
of the CITY GOUNCIL

of the CITY of GHICAGO, ILLINOIS
Regular Meeting -- Wednesday, January 15, 2020

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

LORI E. LIGHTFOOT
Mayor
ANDREA M. VALENCIA
City Clerk

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Reports Of Committees

Committee on Finance.

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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, C6rdenas, Quinn, Burke, Lopez, Coleman, Moore, Curtis, OShea, Taylor, Brookins, 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 -- None.

Gall To Order.
On Wednesday, January 15, 2020 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
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Aldermen La Spata, Hopkins, Dowell, King, Hairston, Sawyer, Mitchell, Harris, Beale, Sadlowski Gaza, Thompson, C6rdenas, Quinn, Burke, Lopez, Coleman, Moore, Curtis, OShea, Taylor, Brookins, Rodriguez, Tabares, Scott, Sigcho-Lopez, Maldonado, Burnett, Ervin, Taliaferro, Reboyras, Cardona, Waguespack, Rodriguez-Sanchez, Austin, Villegas, Mitts, Sposato, Nugent, Vasquez, Napolitano, Reilly, Smith, Tunney, Gardiner, Cappleman, Martin, Osterman, Hadden, Silverstein - 49.
Quorum present
Pledge Of Allegiance.
Alderman Gardiner 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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Reverend Dr. Walter Turner lll of New Spiritual Light Missionary Baptist Church opened the meeting with prayer.

PUBLIC COTUN/IENT
ln accordance with the City Councils Rules of Order and Procedure, the following members of the general public addressed the City Council:
Ronald Jackson Sandi Schneller
Andrew Nelson Jackie Paige George Blakemore Melvin Bailey John Catanzara
ln accordance with the City Councils Rules of Order and Procedure, the following member of the general public registered to address the City Council but did not testify:

l/aurice Junows
REPORTS AND COMMUNICATIONS FROM CITY OFFICERS.

Rules Suspended -- TRIBUTE TO REVEREND DR. CLAY EVANS
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The Honorable Lori E. Lightfoot, Mayor, presented the following communication

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OFFICE OF THE TUAYOR
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To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of Chicago:

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I transmit herewith, together with Aldermen Moore and LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
Harris, a resolution honoring the life and memory of Reverend Clay Evans.
Your favorable consideration of this resolution will be appreciated.

Very truly yours,
Signed LORI E. LIGHTFOOT, lt/layor.

Alderman Mitchell moved to Suspend the Rules Temporarily to permit immediate consideration of and action upon the said proposed resolution. The motion Prevailed.
The following is said proposed resolution
WHEREAS, The members of this chamber were deeply saddened to learn of the death on November 27, 2019, at age 94, of the Reverend Doctor Clay Evans, a Baptist pastor, gospel singer, and ciVil rights leader who founded Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church in Chicago; and WHEREAS, Clay Evans was born on June 23, 1925, in Brownsville, Tennessee, to Henry Clay and Estanauly Evans. After moving to Chicago in 1945, Reverend Evans attended seminary school at the Chicago Baptist lnstitute. He later attended the Northern Baptist Theological Seminary and The University of Chicago Divinity School; and
WHEREAS, Clay Evans was ordained as a Baptist minister in 1950 and founded Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church in September of that year with five other members. ln 1959, the church moved to its current location in Fuller Park; and WHEREAS, After 50 years of dedicated service, Clay Evans retired as pastor of Fellowship t/issionary Baptist Church in 2000. Following his retirement, Reverend Evans continued to hold an active schedule of ministry and participation in community events; and

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WHEREAS, Clay Evans joined the Reverend Jesse Jackson, Sr. in promoting the civil rights movement in Chicago, and helped to found Operation PUSH, an organization dedicated to improving the economic conditions of black communities across the United States; and WHEREAS, Clay Evans served as the founding national board chairman of Operation PUSH from 1971 to 1976, later becoming chairman emeritus and serving on its board of directors until his death; and WHEREAS, Clay Evans founded the Broadcast Ministers Alliance of Chicago and the African American Religious Connection, and helped to develop and lead Concerned Clergy for a Better Chicago and the National Baptist Convention, USA, lnc., among other organizations; and
WHEREAS, Clay Evans is responsible for launching the ministerial careers of over 90 people, including the Reverend Mother Consuella York, the first woman to be ordained in the Baptist denomination of Chicago; and WHEREAS, Clay Evans was a successful gospel artist, having recorded over 30 musical projects, often working in collaboration with the choir of Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church led by his sister, Lou Della Evans-Reid; and WHEREAS, Clay Evans entrusted his archive to the Chicago Public Librarys Harold Washington Library Center so that all Chicagoans can appreciate his rich legacy of pastoral leadership at Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church, his engagement with the civil rights movement, and his television, radio, and musical work; and WHEREAS, A renowned faith leader, civil rights pioneer, and gospel legend, Clay Evans will always be remembered for his indelible impact on the City of Chicago and as a mentor and friend to many; and
WHEREAS, Clay Evans is survived by countless friends and fellowship members and his beloved wife of 73 years, Lutha Mae Hollingshed. Together they had five children, nine grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, one great-great-grandchild and raised a nephew as their own; now, therefore,
8e /f Resolved, That we, the Mayor and members of the City Council of the City of Chicago, assembled this 15th day of January 2020, do hereby honor the life and memory of the Reverend Doctor Clay Evans; and Be lt Further Resolved, That suitable copies of this resolution be presented to the family of the Reverend Doctor Clay Evans as a token of our honor, gratitude, and utmost respect.

On motion of Alderman Mitchell, seconded by Aldermen Dowell, Harris, Burke, Coleman, Moore, Burnett, Ervin, Austin and t/itts, the foregoing resolution was Adopted by a rising vote.

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At this point in the proceedings, the Honorable Lori Lightfoot, Mayor, rose and joining with the members of the City Council expressed her sorrow on the passing of Reverend Dr. Clay Evans. Reverend Evans was a giant among Chicagos faith leaders and a stalwart of our citys South Side", the Mayor declared, and during the course of his incredible career as pastor of Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church which spanned over five-decades, Reverend Evans "tirelessly sought to uplift the lives of his parishioners and fellow residents through service and support". A faith leader and pioneer, Reverend Evans joined the fight for Civil Rights alongside Dr. Martin Luther King and Reverend Jesse Jackson and even helped launch the ministerial career of the first woman to be ordained in the Baptist denomination here in Chicago, but it was through his musicwhere Reverend Evans made his biggest impact, the Mayor continued, "touching the hearts and souls of millions across the country and around the world through his stirring art and the power of praise". "lts the gospel he led that gifted us when we needed healing . . . and was there for us when we needed strength" the Mayor stated, and the life and legacy of Reverend Evans is captured in the words he would often say, "it is no secret what God can do". Mayor Lightfoot then left the Mayors rostrum and strode to the Commissioners gallery where she presented a parchment copy of the memorial resolution to the family of the late Reverend Dr. Clay Evans.

Ru/es Suspended -- EXPRESSION OF SYMPATHY AND SUPPORT TO PEOPLE OF

PUERTO RICO FOLLOWING DEVASTATING EARTHQUAKES.
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The Honorable Lori E. Lightfoot, Mayor, presented the following communication:
OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO
January 15, 2020.
To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of Chicago:

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Your favorable consideration of this resolution will be appreciated.

Very truly yours,
Signed LORI E. LIGHTFOOT, Mayor,

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Suspend the Rules Temporarily to permit immediate consideration of and action upon the said proposed resolution. The motion Prevailed.

Alderman Mitchell moved
The following is said proposed resolution:

WHEREAS, Since the end of December 2019, Puerto Rico has been devastated by hundreds of earthquakes that have caused businesses and cultural landmarks to crumble, forced thousands to flee from their homes and left millions without power; and WHEREAS, Puerto Rico is still reeling from the devastation wrought by Hurricanes lrma and Maria, the deadly storms that battered the lsland over two weeks in September 2017;
and WHEREAS, Following a magnitude4.T earthquake on December28,2019,the lsland has been repeatedly rocked by aftershocks and earthquakes, more than 500 of which have been of a magnitude of 2.0 or greater, and 30 of which have been at a magnitude of more than 4.0; and WHEREAS, On Tuesday, January 7, 2020, the strongest earthquake in Puerto Rico in more than a century struck near Guayanilla on the lslands southwest coast. This powerful earthquake killed one person and injured several others; and WHEREAS, On Saturday, after days of strong tremors, a magnitude 5.9 earthquake rocked the lsland, causing landslides in the town of Pefluelas, and further frightening residents who were still recovering from the Tuesday earthquake; and
WHEREAS, Saturdays earthquake was followed on Monday by a magnitude 5.8
earthquake that leveled several homes along Puerto Ricos southwest coast, and on Tuesday by dozens of smaller earthquakes within a few miles of each other; and WHEREAS, More than 1,200 tremors of varying magnitude have shaken this vulnerable region over the last three weeks. Thousands of people across several towns are sleeping in tents or under tarps, or out in the open, with no sense of when these terrifying quakes will stop. The Associated Press estimates the number of people left homeless by this series of quakes at nearly 5,000; and WHEREAS, The residents of Guayanilla, Gu6nica, Yauco and Ponce have been hardest hit. ln five of the six most affected municipalities, preliminary damage estimates total over $460 Million, and the United States Geological Survey has warned that residents of Puerto Rico should prepare for more aftershocks in the coming days, and has not ruled out the possibility that another earthquake of 6.4 magnitude or higher could hit the lsland; and WHEREAS, Puerto Ricans continue to live in terror of when the next earthquake willstrike, causing more injury, loss of life, and damage to homes and fragile infrastructure that has yet to fully recover from the last three years of devastation; and

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WHEREAS, The devastation sustained by Puerto Rico has touched Chicagoans in a particularly strong and heartfelt way. Chicagos over 100,000 residents of Puerto Rican descent contribute greatly to the Citys vibrancy and celebrate their culture, particularly along the Paseo Boricua, which is the only officially recognized Puerto Rican neighborhood in the Country; now, therefore,
Be /f Resolved, That we, the Mayor and members of the City Council of the City of Chicago, assembled this 1Sth day of January 2020, express our condolences to the people of Puerto Rico who have endured these devastating earthquakes, commend the resiliency and courage of the people who keep rebuilding their lsland, and offer our hopes and prayers in support of the communities that have been recently devastated; and Be ft Further Resolved, That the Clerk of the City of Chicago is directed to deliver a suitable copy of this resolution to the Honorable Wanda YAzquez Garced, Governor of Puerto Rico,
as a sign of our empathy and good wishes.

On motion of Alderman Mitchell, seconded by Aldermen Lopez, Sigcho-Lopez, Maldonado, Reboyras, Cardona, Rodriguez-Sanchez and Villegas, the foregoing resolution was Adopted by yeas and nays as follows:

Yeas - Aldermen La Spata, Hopkins, Dowell, King, Hairston, Sawyer, Mitchell, Harris, Beale, Sadlowski Garza, Thompson, C6rdenas, 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.
Nays -- None Alderman Thompson moved to reconsider the foregoing vote. The motion was lost.

At this point in the proceedings, the Honorable Lori Lightfoot, Mayor, rose and joining with the members of the City Council expressed her compassion and support for the people in Puerto Rico following the recent and devastating earthquakes that hit the island and the wave of tremors which continued to traumatize families. Rising above this tragedy we have also witnessed the "remarkable resiliency and resplve that has marked Puerto Ricos character and culture throughout its history", the Mayor observed, and which is proudly shared by those in Chicagos Hispanic community. Welcoming those who need refuge after Hurricane Maria, this "City of Big Shoulders stands ready to open our homes to ourfellow Americans" the Mayor continued, and provide a place to stay as they rebuild their lives and their communities. ln the wake of Hurricane Maria we witnessed Puerto Ricos "determination for rebirth and renewal against all odds", the Mayor observed, and that mission continues today. Expressing her support to the Puerto Rican community on the island and here in Chicago, Mayor Lightfoot stated that "you are not forgotten . . . ou are our family and friends and you can always count on us to stand by your side".

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Rules Suspended -- CONGRATULATTONS EXTENDED TO ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA
SORORITY, INCORPORATED ON 1 12TH ANNIVERSARY AND FOUNDERS DAY.
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The Honorable Lori E. Lightfoot, Mayor, presented the following communication:
OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO
January 15, 2020.
To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of Chicago:

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I transmit herewith, together with Aldermen Coleman, Hairston and Harris, a congratulatory resolution concerning Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority.
Your favorable consideration of this resolution will be appreciated.
Very truly yours,
Signed LORI E. LIGHTFOOT, Mayor.

Alderman Mitchell 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, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, lncorporated, recognized as the first Greek
letter sorority established by and for African-American women, 112th anniversary
is celebrating its
and Founders Day on January 15,2020; and
WHEREAS, Established in 1908 by a group of 16 students at Howard University in Washington, D.C., AKA has remained true to its basic tenets: to cultivate and encourage high scholastic and ethical standards, to promote unity and friendship among college women, to study and help alleviate problems facing girls and women in order to improve their social stature, to maintain a progressive interest in college life, and to be of "Seryice to All Mankind"; and WHEREAS, AKA serves through a membership of nearly 300,000 women in over 1,000
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WHEREAS, Beta Chapter of AKA was chartered in 191 3 and is the second oldest chapter in the organization, encompassing five Chicago-area schools: The University of Chicago, Loyola University Chicago, University of lllinois at Chicago, Columbia College Chicago, and Roosevelt University; and WHEREAS, Lorraine Richardson Green, President of Beta Chapter and graduate of The University of Chicago, was elected and served as the second National President of AKA. During her administration, the Founders Day celebration was initiated, the AKA coat of arms was adopted, and the first issue of lhe lvy Leaf magazine was published; and WHEREAS, AKA is dedicated to implementing programs of service that enhance the social, economic, and educational well-being of the local, national, and international communities, including through its signature program, which guides and supports students completing the college application and enrollment process; and WHEREAS, AKAs corporate headquarters, the lvy Center, has been located in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago since 1985, and was reopened in 2018 after an extensive redesign and modernization; and
WHEREAS, lt is appropriate that the City of Chicago salute AKA for 112 years of exemplary leadership in scholastic achievement, civil engagement, and public service, and celebrate AKAs contributions to the City; now, therefore,
8e /f Resolved, That we, the Mayor and members of the City Council of the City of Chicago, assembled this 1Sth day of January 2020, do hereby recognize and congratulate Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, lncorporated, on the occasion of its Founders Day and extend our sincere appreciation and best wishes for its continued success; and Be lt Further Resolved, That suitable copies of this resolution be sent to representatives of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, lncorporated, as a token of our esteem.

On motion of Alderman Mitchell, seconded by Aldermen Coleman, Hairston, Sawyer, Mitchell, Harris, Scott, Ervin and Austin, the foregoing resolution was Adopted by yeas and nays as follows:

Yeas Aldermen La Spata, Hopkins, Dowell, King, Hairston, Sawyer, Mitchell, Harris, Beale, Sadlowski Garza, Thompson, C6rdenas, Quinn, Burke, Lopez, Coleman, Moore, Curtis, OShea, Taylor, Rodriguez, Tabares, Scott, Sigcho-Lopez, Maldonado, Burnett, Ervin, Taliaferro, Reboyras, C6rdenas, Waguespack, Rodriguez-Sanchez, Austin, Ramirez-Rosa, Villegas, Mitts, Sposato, Nugent, Vasquez, Napolitano, Reilly, Smith, Tunney, Gardiner, Cappleman, Martin, Osterman, Hadden, Silverstein. -- 49.
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Alderman Thompson moved to reconsider the foregoing vote. The motion was lost.

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At this point in the proceedings, the Honorable Lori Lightfoot, Mayor, rose and joining with the members of the City Council extended congratulations to Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, lncorporated on the occasion of its Founders Day and celebrating its 112ft anniversary.
Starting with sixteen young women at Howard University over a century ago, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority has grown in membership that is now "nearly equal to the city of Pittsburgh"
the Mayor observed, and representing over 1,000 schools across the county and around the world. ln 1913, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority opened a Beta chapter here in Chicago which was, the Mayor noted, "its second oldest" and which is present today on the campuses of Loyola University, the University of lllinois at Chicago, Columbia College and The University of Chicago. Always remaining true to their core values of high academics and ethical standards, unity and friendship, and helping to ease the challenges facing girls and young women in society, the members of Alpha KappaAlpha share a proud legacy, the Mayorstated, that we in Chicago and around the world can celebrate for years to come.

Rules Suspended -- CONGRATULATIONS EXTENDED TO CREATOR LIN-MANUEL
MIRANDA, ACTOR MIGUEL CERVANTES AND ENTIRE CAST AND CREW STAGE
MUSICAL "HAMILTON OF TONY.AWARD WINNING MUSICAL "HAMILTON ON
RECORD-BREAKING PERFORMANCE AND IMPACT ON CHICAGO.
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The Honorable Lori E. Lightfoot, Mayor, presented the following communication:
OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

January 15, 2020
To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of Chicago:

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I transmit herewith a congratulatory resolution concerning the Hamilton production.

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Your favorable consideration of this resolution will be appreciated Very truly yours,
Signed LORI E LIGHTFOOT, Mayor.

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

WHEREAS, On January 5, 2020, a sold-out audience at CIBC Theatre in downtown Chicago took to their feet with thunderous ovations for lead actor Miguel Cervantes and the superb cast of "Hamilton" as the final curtain fell on the most successful Broadway musical in Chicagos history; and
WHEREAS, Lin-Manuel Mirandas award-winning musical "Hamilton" is the story of revolutionary firebrand and Founding Father Alexander Hamilton, an illegitimate orphan raised in the West lndies, who immigrated to New York, served as George Washingtons aide-de-camp in the Continental Army, co-authored the Federalist Papers, founded the Bank of New York, led the Federalist Party, and became the first Treasury Secretary of the Unlted States; and WHEREAS, Featuring a hugely diverse cast, and a score that blends hip-hop, jazz, R&8, blues, pop and rap music in a most unprecedented way, "Hamilton" opened in Chicago on September 27,2016 and immediately captured the imagination of Chicagoans. More people have seen "Hamilton" in Chicago than in any other city, including New York; and WHEREAS, During its remarkable 171-week run in Chicago, "Hamilton" was performed 1,341 times at sold-out shows attended by more than 2.6 million people. A wildly successful musical, "Hamilton" generated $400 Million in ticket sales at the box office and contributed $250 Million annually to the local economy; and WHEREAS, Thanks to the Hamilton Education Program, a partnership of "Hamilton", the Gilder Lehrman lnstitute of American History and the Rockefeller Foundation, more than 31,000 Chicago Public School CPS students attended "Hamilton" after benefitting from a special curriculum on U.S. History and the Founding Era that was integrated into participating CPS classrooms across the City; and

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WHEREAS, During their stay in Chicago, the generous cast of "Hamilton" raised over $1 Million for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, a not-for-profit organization that raises funds for AIDS-related causes across the United States; supported several local service agencies; and participated in many civic and community events; and
WHEREAS, Lead actor Miguel Cervantes, who brilliantly played the role of Alexander Hamilton, and his wife Kelly, embraced Chicago as their new home. As a result of their tireless efforts, inspired by the death from a neurodegenerative disorder of their beloved three-year-old daughter Adelaide, more than $1 Million has been raised for Chicago-based Citizens United for Research in Epilepsy CURE; and WHEREAS, ln the closing monologue of "Hamilton", as Alexander Hamilton is bracing for death on the wrong end of Aaron Burrs pistol, he remarks in his parting lines: "What is legacy? lts planting seeds in a garden you never get to see"; and WHEREAS, ln appreciation of this great American musical, and its enduring legacy as a vibrant celebration of our Nation and its values of diversity, unity, tolerance and optimism, Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot proclaimed January 5,2020 to be "Hamilton Day in Chicago"; now, therefore,
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Be lt Further Resolved, That a suitable copy of this resolution be presented to Mr. Miguel Cervantes as a token of our appreciation and esteem.

On motion of Alderman Mitchell, seconded by Aldermen La Spata, Hairston, C6rdenas Burke, Rodriguez, Scott, Maldonado, Burnett, Waguespack, Villegas, Nugent, Vasquez, Smith and Osterman, the foregoing resolution was Adopted by yeas and nays as follows:

Yeas Aldermen La Spata, Hopkins, Dowell, King, Hairston, Sawyer, Mitchell, Harris, Beale, Sadlowski Garza, Thompson, C6rdenas, 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.
Nays -- None.
Alderman Thompson moved to reconsider the foregoing vote. The motion was lost.

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At this point in the proceedings, the Honorable Lori Lightfoot, Mayor, rose and joining with the members of the City Council extended congratulations to creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, lead actor Miguel Cervantes and the entire Chicago cast of "Hamilton" for their recordbreaking production of the award-winning Broadway musical and their contributions to the City of Chicago. "Hamilton began as an inspired artistic achievement and quickly transformed into
a global phenomenon" the Mayor observed, and achieved even greater success here in Chicago during its 171-week run and more than 1,300 performances. Lauding lead actor Miguel Cervantes, the cast and production team as "young, scrappy, and hungry", Mayor Lightfoot spoke of the cross-section of musical genres used in "Hamilton" that captured not
only the essence of our own countrys cultural dynamism but more importantly expressed "our
diversity through our founding story". "Hamilton connected young people to our past", the Mayor observed, "and inspired all of us to reach for our highest ideals as a land of opportunity and a home to all people." As the curtain draws to a close on the Chicago production of "Hamilton" we are grateful for the memories it leaves "for telling our story", the Mayor concluded, and a legacy that will live on in our classrooms, revivals and family sing-offs.
Mayor Lightfoot then invited Miguel Cervantes and his wife, Kelly, accompanied by Lou Razin, President of Broadway in Chicago to the Mayors rostrum where she presented them with parchment copies of the congratulatory resolution.

Refened REAPPOINTMENT OF JUAN CARLOS AVILA
CHICAGO COMMUNIry CATALYST FUND BOARD.

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The Honorable Lori E. Lightfoot, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was Referred to the Commiftee on Finance:
OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO
January 15, 2020
To the Honorable, The City Council of the City ot Chicago:

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LADIES AND GENTLEMEN ! have reappointed Juan Carlos Avila as a member of the Chicago Community Catalyst Fund Board for a term effective immediately and expiring December 31,2021.
Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated.

Very truly yours,
Signed LORI E. LIGHTFOOT, Mayor.

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Referred -- APPOINTMENT

OF GLORIA CASTILLO AS MEMBER OF CHICAGO

COMMUNITY CATALYST FUND BOARD.
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The Honorable Lori E. Lightfoot, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was Refened to the Committee on Finance:
OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO
January 15, 2020
To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of Chicago:

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN .. t have appointed Gloria Castillo as a member of the Chicago Community Catalyst Fund Board for a term effective immediately and expiring Deceriber 31,202i, to succeed Michelle Collins, whose term has expired.
Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated.
Very truly yours,
Signed LORI E. LIGHTFOOT, Mayor.

Refened -- APPOINTMENT OF HELENE D. GAYLE
COMMUNITY CATALYST FUND BOARD.

AS MEMBER OF CHICAGO
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The Honorable Lori E. Lightfoot, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was Refened to the Committee on Finance:
OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO
January 15, 2020
To the Honorable, The CiU Council of the City of Chicago:

I have appointed Helene D. Gayle as a member of the LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
Chicago Community Catalyst Fund Board for a term effective immediately and expiring Deceriber 31,202i, to succeed Stuart A. Taylor Il, whose term has expired.

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Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated
Very truly yours,
Signed LORI E LIGHTFOOT, Mayor.

Referred -- APPOINTMENT OF JESSICA DROSTE YAGAN
CHCAGO COMMUNIry CATALYST FUND BOARD.

AS MEMBER

OF

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The Honorable Lori E. Lightfoot, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was Referred to the Committee on Finance:

OFFICE OF THE TVIAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

January 15, 2020

To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of Chicago
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN - I have appointed Jessica Droste Yagan as a member of the Chicago Community Catalyst Fund Board for a term effective immediately and expiring December 31,2021, to succeed Richard S. Price, whose term has expired.
Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated
Very truly yours,
Signed LORI E. LIGHTFOOT, Mayor.

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Referred -- REAPPOINTMENT OF MICHAEL V. RAFFETY AS MEMBER OF NORTH
HALSTED COMMISSTON SPECIAL SERVICE AREA NO. 18.
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The Honorable Lori E. Lightfoot, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was Referred to the Committee on Economic, Capital and Technology Development:

OFFICE OF THE IVIAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

January 15, 2020

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

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN - I have reappointed Michael V. Raffety as a member of Special Service Area Number 18, the North Halsted Commission, for a term effective immediately and expiring February 10,2021.
Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated.

Very truly yours,
Signed LORI E LIGHTFOOT, Mayor.

Referred -- APPOINTMENT OF PRIYANKA PATEL AS TUEMBER OF CLARK
STREET-LTNCOLN PARK COtvlMlSSlON SPECIAL SERVICE AREA NO. 23.
1A2020-131

The Honorable Lori E. Lightfoot, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was Referred to the Committee on Economic, Capital and Technology Development:

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ONS, ETC.

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OFFICE OF THE IMAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

January 15, 2020

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

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN - I have appointed Priyanka Patel as a member of Special Service Area Number 23, the Clark Street-Lincoln Park Commission, for a term effective immediately and expiring May 13, 2021, to succeed Patrick J. Wrona, whose term has expired.
Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated
Very truly yours,
Signed LORI E LIGHTFOOT, Mayor.

Referred -- APPOINTMENT OF ROBERTO ARISTA AS MEIUBER
STREET COMMTSSION SPECTAL SERVTCE AREA NO. 24.

OF CLARK
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The Honorable Lori E. Lightfoot, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was Referred to the Committee on Economic, Capital and Technology Development:
OFFICE OF THE NNAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

January 15, 2020

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

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have appointed Roberto Arista as a member of Special Service Area Number 24, the Clark Street Commission, for a term expiring January 15, 2022

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Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated
Very truly yours,
Signed LORI E LIGHTFOOT, Mayor
Referred -- REAPPOINTMENT OF CHRISTOPHER M. JOHNSON AS MEMBER OF
CLARK STREET COMMTSSTON SPECIAL SERVICE AREA NO. 24.
1A2020-151

The Honorable Lori E. Lightfoot, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was Referred to the Commiftee on Economic, Capital and Technology Development:
OFFICE OF THE IUAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

January 15, 2020

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

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have reappointed Christopher M. Johnson as a member
of Special Service Area Number 24, the Clark Street Commission, for a term effective immediately and expiring January 15,2022.
Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated.

Very truly yours,
Signed LORI E LIGHTFOOT, Mayor.

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12803

-- REAPPOINTMENT OF GALE W. FABISCH AS MEMBER OF SIX
CoRNERS COMMTSSTON SPECTAL SERVTCE AREA NO. 28-2014.

Referred
1A2020-161

The Honorable Lori E. Lightfoot, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was Referred to the Committee on Economic, Capital and Technology Development:

OFFICE OF THE TUAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

January 15, 2020

To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of Chicago
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN - I have reappointed Gale W. Fabisch as a member of Special Service Area Number 28-2014, the Six Corners Commission, for a term effective immediately and expiring January 21,2021.
Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated
Very truly yours,
Signed LORI E LIGHTFOOT, Mayor,
Referred -- REAPPOINTMENT OF PETER J. OBRIEN, SR. AS MEMBER OF OLD
TOWN COMMTSSTON SPECTAL SERVTCE AREA NO. 48.

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The Honorable Lori E. Lightfoot, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was Referred to the Committee on Economic, Capital and Technology Development:

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OFFICE OF THE TUAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

January 15, 2020

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

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN - I have reappointed Peter J. OBrien, Sr. as a member of Special Service Area Number 48, the Old Town Commission, for a term effective immediately and expiring June 30, 2022.
Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated
Very truly yours,
Signed LORI E. LIGHTFOOT, Mayor.

Referred -- APPOINTMENT OF VELINDA ALEXANDER AS MEMBER OF CALUMET
HETGHTS/AVALON COMMTSSTON SPECTAL SERVICE AREA NO. 50.
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The Honorable Lori E. Lightfoot, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was Referred to the Committee on Economic, Capital and Technology Development:
OFFICE OF THE TVIAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

January 15, 2020
To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of Chicago:

LADIES AND GENTLEIvIEN - I have appointed Velinda Alexander as a member of Special Service Area Number 50, the Calumet Heights/Avalon Commission, for a term expiring July 28, 2023, such period allocated as follows: a term effective immediately and expiring July 28, 2020, to succeed Darlene D. Crawford, whose term has expired, followed immediately by a fullthree-year term.

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ETC

Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated
Very truly yours,
Signed LORI E. LIGHTFOOT, Mayor
Referred
REAPPOINTMENT

OF BRIAN J. GRIFFIN AS MEMBER OF

111rHIKEDZIE COMMTSSTON SPECtAL SERVICE AREA NO. 55.
142020-1eI

The Honorable Lori E. Lightfoot, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was Referred to the Committee on Economic, Capital and Technology Development:
OFFICE OF THE TVIAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

January 1 5, 2020

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

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN - I have reappointed Brian J. Griffin as a member of Special Service Area Number 55, the 111th/Kedzie Commission, for a term effective immediately and expiring February 13,2022.
Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated
Very truly yours,
Signed LORI E. LIGHTFOOT, Mayor

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AS IUEIMBER OF ADVISORY

Referred -- APPOINTMENT OF VICTOR DICKSON
COUNCIL ON EQUry.

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The Honorable Lori E. Lightfoot, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was Referred to the Committee on Health and Human Relations:
OFFICE OF THE TVIAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

January 15, 2020
To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of Chicago:

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
I have appointed Victor Dickson as a member of the Advisory Council on Equity for a term effective immediately and expiring January 17,2023, to succeed Edwin Chandrasekar, whose term has expired.

-

Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated.
Very truly yours,
Signed LORI E. LIGHTFOOT, Mayor,
Referred -- APPOINTMENT OF ESTHER NIEVES
COUNCIL ON EQUIry.

AS MEMBER OF ADVISORY
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The Honorable Lori E. Lightfoot, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was Referred to the Committee on Health and Human Relations:
OFFICE OF THE TVIAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO
January 15, 2020
To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of Chicago
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN - I have appointed Esther Nieves as a member of the Advisory Council on Equity for a term effective immediately and expiring January 17,2023, to succeed Alia J. Bilal, whose term has expired.

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Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated
Very truly yours,
Signed LORI E LIGHTFOOT, Mayor.

Referred -- APPOINTMENT OF BUTCH TRUSTY
COUNCIL ON LGBTQ+ ISSUES.

AS MEMBER OF ADVISORY
1 2020-51

The Honorable Lori E. Lightfoot, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was Referred to the Committee on Health and Human Relations:

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

January 15, 2020.

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

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN

- Subject to passage of the 2020 amendatory ordinance that
amends Sections 2-120-490 and 2-120-500 of the Municipal Code of Chicago, I have appointed Butch Trusty as a member of the Advisory Council on LGBTQ+ issues for a term effective immediately and expiring on February 19,2023.
Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated.

Very truly yours,
Signed LORI E LIGHTFOOT, Mayor

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Referred -- APPOTNTMENT OF KARINA AYALA-BERIMEJO
ADVISORY COUNCIL ON NEWAMERICANS.

AS MEMBER

l
OF

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The Honorable Lori E. Lightfoot, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was Referred to the Committee on Health and Human Relations:
OFFICE OF THE h/AYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

January 15, 2A20
To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of Chicago:

-

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
I have appointed Karina Ayala-Bermejo as a member of the Advisory Council on New Americans for a term effective immediately and expiring on February 19,2023.
Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated.
Very truly yours,
Signed LOR! E. LIGHTFOOT, Mayor
-

Referred REAPPOINTMENT OF EMANUEL JOHNSON
ADVISORY COUNCIL ON VETERANS.

ll AS tUEtvlBER OF
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The Honorable Lori E. Lightfoot, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was Referred to the Committee on Health and Human Relations:
OFFICE OF THE I/IAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

January 1 5, 2020.
To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of Chicago
LADIES AND GENTLEI/EN - I have reappointed Emanuel Johnson ll as a member of the Advisory Council on Veterans for a term effective immediately and expiring on July 1 ,2022.

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Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated
Very truly yours,
Signed LORI E LIGHTFOOT, Mayor,
Referred
-- APPOINTMENT OF JACKIE

ADVIS.RY couNClL oN

woMEN

KAPLAN-PERKINS

AS MEMBER

OF

w2o2o-4r The Honorable Lori E. Lightfoot, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was Referred to the Committee on Health and Human Relations:

OFFICE OF THE TUAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

January 15, 2020
To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of Chicago:

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN

- Subject to passage of the 2020 amendatory ordinance that
amends Sections 2-120-490 and 2-120-500 of the Municipal Code of Chicago, I have appointed Jackie Kaplan-Perkins as a member of the Advisory Council on Women for a term effective immediately and expiring on February 19,2023.
Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated
Very truly yours,
Signed LORI E. LIGHTFOOT, Mayor

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Referred -- AtUENDt4ENT OF SECTIONS 2-120-490 AND 2-120-500 OF MUNICIPAL

CODE CONCERNING ESTABLISHMENT AND COMPOSITION OF ADVISORY
COUNCILS.
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The Honorable Lori E. Lightfoot, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was, together with the proposed ordinance transmitted therewith, Referred to the Committee on Health and Human Relations:

OFFICE OF THE IVIAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

January 15, 2020

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

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN - At the request of the Chairman of the Commission on Human Relations, I transmit herewith an ordinance amending Chapter 2-120 of the Municipal Code regarding advisory councils.
Your favorable consideration of this ordinance will be appreciated.

Very truly yours,
Signed LORI E. LIGHTFOOT, Mayor.

Referred -- AMENDTVIENT OF TITLES 4, 10, 11, 13, 14A, 14B, 14F, 14N, 14R, 14X, 15 AND 17 OF MUNICIPAL CODE CONCERNING TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS TO

cHlcAGo ..NSTRUCTI.N

coDE

o2020-ee The Honorable Lori E. Lightfoot, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was, together with the proposed ordinance transmitted therewith, Referred to the Committee on Zoning, Landmarks and Building Standards:

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COMMUNICATIONS, ETC.

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

January 15, 2020

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

:

At the request of the Commissioner of Buildings, ! transmit LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
corrections to the Chicago Construction Codes.
technical making an ordinance herewith Your favorable consideration of this ordinance will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
LORI E. LIGHTFOOT, Mayor,
Refened
OF SECTION 9-112-100 OF MUNICIPAL

CODE
LICENSES
OF
RENEWAL
AND
FOR
ISSUANCE
CONCERNING QUALIFICATIONS
FOR CHICAGO TAXICABS AND PUBLIC CHAUFFEURS.

AMENDMENT

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The Honorable Lori E. Lightfoot, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was, together with the proposed ordinance transmitted therewith, Referred to the Commiftee on License and Consumer Protection:
OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

January 15, 2020.

To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of Chicago:
I-ADIES AND GENTLEMEN

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At the request of the Commissioner of Business Affairs and
Consumer Protection, I transmit herewith an ordinance amending Chapter 9112 of the Municipal Code regarding taxi medallion revocation.

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Your favorable consideration of this ordinance will be appreciated
Very truly yours,
Signed LORI E LIGHTFOOT, Mayor
Referred --AMENDMENT OF SECTIONS 10-28-010 AND 10-28-015 OF MUNICIPAL

CODE CONCERNING REQUIREMENTS, APPLICATIONS AND ISSUANCE OF
PUBLIC WAY USE PERMITS.
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The Honorable Lori E. Lightfoot, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was, together with the proposed ordinance transmitted therewith, Referred to the Committee on Transportation and Public Way:

OFFICE OF THE NNAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

January 15, 2020

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

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN

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At the request of the Commissioner of Business Affairs and
Consumer Protection, I transmit herewith an ordinance amending Sections 10-28-010
and 10-28-015 of the Municipal Code regarding public way permitting.
Your favorable consideration of this ordinance will be appreciated
Very truly yours,
Signed LORI E. LIGHTFOOT, Mayor

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Referred AMENDMENT OF CHAPTER 16-14 OF

MUNICIPAL CODE BY
MODIFYING VARIOUS PROVISIONS OF NEIGHBORHOOD OPPORTUNIry FUND
ORDINANCE.
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The Honorable Lori E. Lightfoot, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was, together with the proposed ordinances transmitted therewith, Referred to the Committee on Economic, Capital and Technology Development:
OFFICE OF THE TVIAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO
January 15, 2020

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

At the request of the Commissioner of Planning and LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
Development, I transmit herewith an ordinance authorizing an amendment to the spending authorization for the Neighborhood Opportunity Fund and associated program enhancements.

-

Your favorable consideration of this ordinance will be appreciated
Very truly yours,
Signed LORI E. LIGHTFOOT, Mayor.

Referred
WITH CHICAGO PARK
FINANCING
TAX
INCREIUENT
PROVISION
OF
DISTRICT REGARDING
ASSISTANCE FUNDS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF NEW FIELDHOUSE AT
INTERGOVERNIVIENTAL AGREEMENT

WILLIAMS PARK, 2820 S. STATE ST. WITHN BRONZEVILLE REDEVELOPTVIENT
AREA.
1o2020-1sel
The Honorable Lori E. Lightfoot, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was, together with the proposed ordinance transmitted therewith, Referred to the Committee on Finance:

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