Journal of the Proceedings of the City Council of the City of Chicago - May 24, 2017

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

of the CITY COUNCIL

of the CITY of CHICAGO, ILLINOIS

Regular Meeting -- Wednesday, May 24,2017
at 10:00 A.M.
Council Chamber -- City Hall -- Chicago, Illinois
OFFICIAL RECORD.
VOLUME I

RAHM EMANUEL
Mayor
ANDREA M. VALENCIA
City Clerk

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Communications From City Officers .48400

Reports Of Committees .48464
Committee on Finance .48464
Committee on Aviation .49277
Committee on the Budget and Government Operations .49278
Committee on Committees, Rules and Ethics .49283
Committee on Economic, Capital and Technology Development 49284
Committee on Health and Environmental Protection .49311
Committee on Housing and Real Estate .49313
Committee on License and Consumer Protection .49402
Committee on Pedestrian and Traffic Safety .49411
Committee on Public Safety .49444
Committee on Special Events, Cultural Affairs and Recreation .49447
Committee on Transportation and Public Way .49477
Committee on Workforce Development and Audit .49763
Committee on Zoning, Landmarks and Building Standards 49765

Agreed Calendar 50163

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New Business Presented By Aldermen 50251
Traffic Regulations, Traffic Signs, Etc 50251
Zoning Ordinance Amendments 50276
Claims 50280
Unclassified Matters 50280
Free Permits, License Fee Exemptions, Etc 50354

Approval Of The Journal 50364

Unfinished Business 50364

Miscellaneous Business 50368

Legislative Index Appendix A

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Attendance At Meeting.

Present -- The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, and Aldermen Moreno, Hopkins, Dowell, King, Hairston, Sawyer, Mitchell, Harris, Beale, Sadlowski Garza, Thompson, Cardenas, Quinn, Burke, Lopez, Foulkes, D. Moore, Curtis, OShea, Cochran, Brookins, Munoz, Zalewski, Scott, Solis, Maldonado, Burnett, Ervin, Taliaferro, Reboyras, Santiago, Waguespack, Mell, Austin, Ramirez-Rosa, Villegas, Mitts, Sposato, Laurino, OConnor, Napolitano, Reilly, Smith, Tunney, Arena, Cappleman, Pawar, Osterman, J. Moore, Silverstein.
Absent -- None.

Call To Order.
On Wednesday, May 24, 2017 at 10:00 A.M., the Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, called the City Council to order. The Honorable Andrea M. Valencia, City Clerk, called the roll of members and it was found that there were present at that time: Aldermen Moreno, Hopkins, Dowell, King, Hairston, Sawyer, Mitchell, Harris, Beale, Sadlowski Garza, Thompson, Cardenas, Quinn, Burke, Lopez, Foulkes, D. Moore, Curtis, OShea, Cochran, Brookins, Munoz, Zalewski, Scott, Solis, Maldonado, Burnett, Ervin, Taliaferro, Reboyras, Santiago, Waguespack, Mell, Austin, Ramirez-Rosa, Villegas, Mitts, Sposato, Laurino, Napolitano, Reilly, Smith, Tunney, Arena, Cappleman, Pawar, J. Moore, Silverstein -- 48.
Quorum present.

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

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Invocation.
Reverend Jennie Garcia-Kitch, pastor of achurch4me Metropolitan Community Church, opened the meeting with prayer.

Alderman Burke requested that the members of the City Council and assembled guests rise and observe a moment of silence in as an expression of sympathy and solidarity with the people of Manchester, England as they confront the tragedy of the terrorist attack on May 22,2017.

REPORTS AND COMMUNICA nONS FROM CITY OFFICERS.

Rules Suspended -- GRATITUDE EXTENDED TO CHICAGO POLICE SERGEANT
CATHLENE HILLMAN FOR LIFE-SAVING RESCUE.
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The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, presented the following communication:

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

May 24,2017.

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

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

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Your favorable consideration of this resolution will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

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

WHEREAS, On April 18, 2017, Chicago Police Sergeant Cathlene Hillman Star Number 1024 responded to a radio call of a person shot; and WHEREAS, Without pause or fear for her own well-being, Sergeant Hillman raced three blocks to the scene, arriving just moments after the dispatch; and WHEREAS, As she approached, Sergeant Hillman found a young man bleeding profusely from a wound to his leg, as a friend of the victim attempted to slow the blood flow with a sweatshirt; and WHEREAS, Sergeant Hillman acted quickly, tightening a tourniquet above the injury, which immediately ceased the uncontrollable stream of blood; and WHEREAS, Having received Law Enforcement Medical and Rescue Training, Sergeant Hillman was well prepared to render aid to the gunshot victim, and she relied upon this training, as well as her intuition and experience, to administer life-saving first aid; and WHEREAS, In response to a life-and-death situation, Sergeant Hillman drew upon her certification to stop the bleeding and provide essential assistance, having applied a tourniquet only once before; and WHEREAS, Sergeant Hillman sustained pressure on the leg wound, stabilized the teens condition, and remained with him, keeping him calm, until the Chicago Fire Department arrived to transport the boy to the hospital; and WHEREAS, Thanks to her instinctive and timely actions, Sergeant Hillman saved the young mans life and limb, and he is regaining mobility from his injury; and WHEREAS, Sergeant Hillman is a 2S-year veteran of the Chicago Police Department, serving as the third watch in the Chicago Lawn District; and

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WHEREAS, Sergeant Hillmans quick reaction and calm, effective response exemplify the dedication to duty and commitment to the community inherent in all members of the Chicago Police Department, both onand off-duty; now, therefore, Be It Resolved, That we, the Mayor and members of the City Council of the City of Chicago, assembled this 24th day of May 2017, do hereby express our admiration and gratitude to Chicago Police Sergeant Cathlene Hillman for her exemplary actions; and Be It Further Resolved, That a suitable copy of this resolution be presented to Sergeant Hillman, and placed on permanent record in her personnel file, as a token of our gratitude and esteem.

On motion of Alderman Burke, seconded by Aldermen Quinn, Taliaferro, Reboyras, Sposato and Napolitano, the foregoing proposed resolution was Adopted by yeas and nays as follows:

Yeas -- Aldermen Moreno, Hopkins, Dowell, King, Hairston, Sawyer, Mitchell, Harris, Beale, Sadlowski Garza, Thompson, Cardenas, Quinn, Burke, Lopez, Foulkes, D. Moore, Curtis, OShea, Cochran, Brookins, Munoz, Zalewski, Scott, Solis, Maldonado, Burnett, Ervin, Taliaferro, Reboyras, Santiago, Waguespack, Mell, Austin, Ramirez-Rosa, Villegas, Mitts, Sposato, Laurino, OConnor, Napolitano, Reilly, Smith, Tunney, Arena, Cappleman, Pawar, Osterman, J. Moore, Silverstein -- 50.
Nays -- None.
Alderman Harris moved to reconsider the foregoing vote. The motion was lost.
At this point in the proceedings, the Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, rose and on behalf of the people of Chicago, extended appreciation to Sergeant Cathlene Hillman for her heroic actions. Lauding the quick and decisive response by Sergeant Hillman to rush to the aid of a gunshot victim, Mayor Emanuel observed that such instinctive call to action and dedication to the safety and welfare of others resonates deep within the members of the Chicago Police Department. Reflecting on attending a recent Police Department memorial lunch honoring police officers for their outstanding service, Mayor Emanuel noted that every encounter with a police officer is a learning experience and opportunity to break down barriers, build relationships and foster mutual respect and cooperation between the Police Department and the community. Mayor Emanuel then invited Sergeant Cathlene Hillman to the Mayors rostrum where he presented her with a parchment copy of the congratulatory resolution.

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Rules Suspended -- CONGRATULATIONS EXTENDED TO CHICAGO PUBLIC HIGH
SCHOOL CADETS ON SELECTION AS 2016 -- 2017 SCHOOL YEAR JUNIOR
ROTC CITY CORPS STAFF, APPOINTMENT TO NATIONAL MILITARY SERVICE
ACADEMIES AND RECEIPT OF SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS.
R2017-398
The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, presented the following communication:

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

May 24,2017.

To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of Chicago:
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I transmit herewith, together with Alderman Brookins, a congratulatory resolution concerning the 2017 JROTC Awardees.
Your favorable consideration of this resolution will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

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

WHEREAS, The Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps Junior ROTC is a program sponsored by the United States Armed Services to train high school students in leadership, character education and military sciences; and WHEREAS, The mission statement of Junior ROTC is "To motivate young people to be better citizens"; and WHEREAS, Chicago Public School students who participate in Junior ROTC learn the value of citizenship, community service and personal responsibility through a challenging educational curriculum, which is designed to prepare them for leadership in their

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community, to instill in them self-discipline, self-esteem and a sense of accomplishment, and to foster in them an awareness of their rights, responsibilities and privileges as American citizens; and WHEREAS, One of the greatest distinctions that a Junior ROTC cadet can achieve is to serve as commander of their schools Junior ROTC unit. The 45 Junior ROTC unit commanders, under the guidance of the City Corps commander, are responsible for leading their schools respective Junior ROTC program. They are chosen for this role based on their exemplary personal conduct, the leadership example that they set for younger students, their academic achievements, and their commitment to their communities; and WHEREAS, This year, twelve extraordinarily qualified Junior ROTC cadets from Chicago public high schools have earned prestigious four-year ROTC scholarships or appointments to some of our nations elite service academies; and WHEREAS, All of these outstanding individuals embody and have worked hard to promote the principles and standards of Junior ROTC. Each of them is the pride of Chicago; now, therefore, Be /I Resolved, That we, the Mayor and members of the City Council of the City of Chicago, assembled this 24th day of May 2017, do hereby extend our congratulations to the following Chicago Public School cadets on their service as cadets or as cadet battalion commander of their Junior ROTC units for the 2016 -- 2017 school year, and to those cadets who received appointments to national military service academies, and to those cadets who earned four-year ROTC scholarships to pursue their college education and commission as officers in the service of the United States of America: Yazmin Amanza, G.S. Hubbard High School; Julian Ahumada, Air Force Academy High School; Giselle Atempa, Charles A. Prosser Career Academy; Javier Cruz, Rickover Naval Academy High School; Christopher Dominquez, Benito Juarez Community Academy; Frank Eason, George Washington Carver Military Academy; Viviana Favela, Lane Technical College Preparatory High School; Sam Ferguson, Phoenix Military Academy; Alyssa Gandara, David A. Farragut Career Academy; Leonor Garcia, Chicago Military Academy at Bronzeville; Izabella Grimaldo, Charles A. Prosser Career Academy; Adrian Guachichullca, Lincoln Park High School; Erik Guinanzaca, Lake View High School;
Tremaine Harris, Marine Leadership Academy; Sheila Hatchell, Christian Fenger Academy High School; Denise Hernandez, Robert Lindblom Math and Science Academy; Jevonnie Holt, Gage Park High School; Markal Holt, Frederick Douglass Academy High School;
Jeremy Huynh, Kelvyn Park High School; Joshua Irizarry, Foreman College and Career Academy; Lashawn Iverson, James H. Bowen High School; Darius Johnson, John Marshall Metropolitan High School; Zachary Katich, Lane Technical College Preparatory High School; Abigail Kremer, G.S. HUbbard High School; Trevon Lawrence, Hyde Park Academy; Tierra Lee, Harlan Community Academy High School; Emanuel Lewis, Chicago Vocational Career Academy; Tanina McCorkle, Paul Lawrence Dunbar Career Academy High School; Patrick Mieczkowski, William Howard Taft High School; Jesus Mojica, Marine Leadership Academy; Ignacia Nacapaca, Theodore Roosevelt High School; Fabian Patino, Phoenix Military Academy; Diego Perez, Air Force Academy High School;
Stephanie Poole, Mount Pleasant High School; Destiny Ramirez, Charles A. Prosser

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Career Academy; Rosa Ramirez, Roberto Clemente Military Academy; Guadalupe Rendan, Spry Community Links High School; Janely Rios, Carl Schurz High School;
Giovanni Scales, Rickover Naval Academy High School; Briana Stevenson, Manley Career Academy High School; Fatima Sturgis, George Henry Corliss High School; Anahi Vazquez, Sullivan High School; Claudia Tisdale-Dollah, Nicholas Senn High School;
Sophia Valencia, Phoenix Military Academy; Jose Vital, Charles A. Prosser Career Academy; Chantel Washington, William Rainey Harper High School; Darryl Williams, South Shore International College Preparatory High School; and Rasha Wilks, Wendell Phillips Academy High School; and Be It Further Resolved, That suitable copies of this resolution be presented to each of these exemplary Chicago public high school students as a token of our respect and of our best wishes for a bright and prosperous future.

On motion of Alderman Burke, seconded by Aldermen Moreno, Dowell, King, Hairston, Mitchell, Harris, Beale, Thompson, Cardenas, Lopez, Cochran, Brookins, Solis, Maldonado, Burnett, Ervin, Taliaferro, Santiago, Mell, Austin, Villegas, Mitts, Sposato, Napolitano, Smith, Arena and J. Moore, the foregoing proposed resolution was Adopted by yeas and nays as follows:
Yeas -- Aldermen Moreno, Hopkins, Dowell, King, Hairston, Sawyer, Mitchell, Harris, Beale, Sadlowski Garza, Thompson, Cardenas, Quinn, Burke, Lopez, Foulkes, D. Moore, Curtis, OShea, Cochran, Brookins, Munoz, Zalewski, Scott, Solis, Maldonado, Burnett, Ervin, Taliaferro, Reboyras, Santiago, Waguespack, Mell, Austin, Ramirez-Rosa, Villegas, Mitts, Sposato, Laurino, OConnor, Napolitano, Reilly, Smith, Tunney, Arena, Cappleman, Pawar, Osterman, J. Moore, Silverstein -- 50.
Nays -- None.

Alderman Harris moved to reconsider the foregoing vote. The motion was lost.
At this point in the proceedings, the Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, rose and on behalf of the people of Chicago, extended congratulations to various Chicago Public School students on their service as cadets or Cadet Battalion Commanders of their Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps units for the 2016 -- 2017 school year. Commending the honorees for their superior academic achievements and personal accomplishments, Mayor Emanuel thanked all those involved in Junior ROTC for their dedication to this valuable and successful program. Declaring with pride Chicagos distinction as the singular city in the nation having academies from every branch of the United States Armed Services, Mayor Emanuel noted the 80 percent graduation rate in our citys military academies with more than 90 percent of those students attending college or pursuing other career opportunities.
The Junior ROTC program in Chicago has become the largest of its kind in the nation, the Mayor continued, and its demonstrated record of achievement has reinvigorated the educational system in Chicago and led to increasing demand and competition for enrollment. Mayor Emanuel then invited several Junior ROTC cadets representing the 2016
-- 2017 Junior ROTC honorees to the Mayors rostrum where he presented each with a parchment copy of the congratulatory resolution.

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Rules Suspended -- CONGRATULATIONS EXTENDED TO CHICAGO PUBLIC
SCHOOL STUDENTS ON BEING NAMED 2017 POSSE SCHOLARS.
R2017-399
The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, presented the following communication:

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

May 24,2017.

To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of Chicago:
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I transmit herewith, together with Alderman Brookins, a congratulatory resolution concerning the 2017 Posse Scholars.
Your favorable consideration of this resolution will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

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

WHEREAS, The Posse Foundation provides educational opportunities to public high school students with exceptional academic and leadership potential who may have been overlooked by traditional college selection processes; and WHEREAS, The Posse Foundation identifies, recruits and trains student leaders nominated by their high school to form multicultural teams called "Posses", consisting of 10 to 12 Posse Scholars; and WHEREAS, Posse Scholars undergo an intensive, eight-month, pre-collegiate training program to prepare them for enrollment at prestigious colleges and universities nationwide, in a welcoming campus environment that promotes understanding, collaboration and cross-cultural communication; and

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WHEREAS, One of the most comprehensive and renowned college access and youth leadership development programs in the United States, the Posse Foundation partners with top-tier colleges and universities to provide each Posse Scholar with a four-year, full-tuition, leadership scholarship; and WHEREAS, Since the Posse Foundation was established in 1989, its educational partners have awarded $931 Million in scholarships to students nationwide and $165.7 Million in scholarships to Chicago students to expand the pool of outstanding, diverse college graduates; and WHEREAS, The Posse Foundation collaborated with all of Chicagos public high schools to identify its 2017 Posse Scholars; and WHEREAS, This year, 101 extraordinarily qualified Chicago public high school students were selected to become Posse SCholars. This is a 42 percent increase over 2015. These enormously talented students will continue to pursue personal and academic excellence at 12 top-tier colleges and universities across the country; and WHEREAS, All of Chicago is tremendously proud of the hard work and dedication of its Posse Scholars. They are the pride and future of Chicago; now, therefore,
Be It Resolved, That we, the Mayor and members of the City Council of the City of Chicago, assembled this 24th day of May 2017, do hereby congratulate the following Chicago Public School students named Posse Scholars: Ahmed Abbas, Von Steuben Metropolitan Science Center; Stefanie Adan, Noble Street -- Muchin; Malak Afaneh, Lane Technical High School; Baltazar Aguirre, Noble Street -- DRW College Prep; Roman Ahmed, Lincoln Park High School; Brendan Aleman, Noble Street -- Pritzker; Bukuru Anaclet, Von Steuben Metropolitan Science Center; Ian Anderson, Urban Prep -Bronzeville Campus; Kamla Arshad, Mather High School; Tija Atkins, Noble Street -Golder; Carlos Bernal, Amundsen High School; Jose Brito, Noble Street -- Muchin; Darnell Campbell, Northside College Preparatory High School; Alondra Carmona, Infinity Math, Science & Technology High School at Little Village; Giselle Castaneda, Lindblom Math and Science Academy High School; Stephanie Cerda-Ocampo, World Language High School; Shehrose Charania, Von Steuben Metropolitan Science Center; Annel Chavez, Sarah E. Goode STEM Academy; Ming Chen, Kelly High School; Phil Chung, Von Steuben Metropolitan Science Center; Jessica Cortez, George Westinghouse College Prep High School; Jacob Cosby, Northside College Preparatory High School; Diante Dancy, Noble Street -- Johnson; Janira Delgado, North-Grand High School; Tashonna Douglas, Richard T. Crane Medical Preparatory High School; Sabian Edouard, Lane Technical High School; Michael Elue, Lincoln Park High School; Samuel Ferguson, Phoenix Military Academy; Alex Fernandez, Noble Street -- Muchin; Giovanni Flores, George Washington High School; Rebecca Flores Hernandez, CICS -- Northtown Campus; Juan Franco, Juarez Community Academy High School; Christian Franco,

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Solorio Academy; Anton Gallegos, The Ogden International School of Chicago High School; Belen Galvez, Farragut Career Academy High School; Kiana Gomez, Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences CHAS; Nia Gray, Lindblom Math and Science Academy High School; Darriana Greer, CICS -- Ellison Campus; Thaddeus Gue, Northside College Preparatory High School; Torrence Gue, Northside College Preparatory High School; Michael Guzman, Solorio Academy; Desiree Hernandez, Noble Street College Prep; Janelle Herring, Jones College Preparatory High School; Jared Hornsberry, Lincoln Park High School; Jiaqi Huang, Curie Metropolitan High School; Isabel Izquierdo, Senn High School; Kamyra Jennings, Harper High School; Jayla Johnson, Brooks College Preparatory Academy; Lamin Johnson, Mather High School; Emanuel Jones, Perspectives -- HS of Technology Campus; Diana Lam, Whitney Young Magnet High School; Aiping Li, Curie Metropolitan High School; Javier Lopez, Hancock High School;
Lisette Lopez, Prosser Career Academy; Britney Lux, Von Steuben Metropolitan Science Center; Destiny Mack, Chicago High School for the Arts; Carlos Martinez, George Washington High School; Leandro Martinez, Taft High School; Annie Mei, Payton College Preparatory High School; Laurence Minter, Kenwood Academy High School; Sandra Mondragon, Instituto Health Sciences Career Academy; Daniel Montes, Kelly High School;
DeJuan Moore, Urban Prep -- West Campus; Ismael Mora, Bogan Technical High School;
Arionna Moss, Morgan Park High School; Kopano Muhammad, Whitney Young Magnet High School; Emily Nash, Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences CHAS; Avery Nelson, Lindblom Math and Science Academy High School; Gloria Oladipo, Whitney Young Magnet High School; Jasmine Orozco, Solorio Academy; Monica Osnaya, Lane Technical High School; Shamarah Patnett, Phillips Academy High School; Cesar Perez, Noble Street -- Muchin; Abu Qader, Lane Technical High School; Marisol Reese, Kelly High School; Marlene Rios, Social Justice High School at Greater LawndalelLittle Village Campus; Kiara Rivera, Chicago High School for the Arts; Calice Robins, Whitney Young Magnet High School; Jose Romero, Noble Street -- Golder; Jeffrey Sagun, Lincoln Park High School; Ivan Salgado, Farragut Career Academy High School; Alejandro SaucedoGutierrez, Solorio Academy; Kyre Smith, Chicago Military Academy -- Bronzeville; Mirian Soria, Hancock High School; Deshawn Stephens, Urban Prep -- Bronzeville Campus; Ivan Terrones, Lake View High School; Jacob Thomas, Lindblom Math and Science Academy High School; Gustavo Tovar, Lindblom Math and Science Academy High School; Julie Tran, Lane Technical High School; Hillary Tun, Senn High School; Main Vahora, Senn High School; Jesus Valencia Medina, Solorio Academy; Leilani Vellon, Noble Street -Rauner; Rafael Villa, Back of the Yards College Prep; Lizbeth Villa, Juarez Community Academy High School; Lamont Wallace, Whitney Young Magnet High School; Emmanuel Williamson, Williams Prep; Szymon Wozniak, Lane Technical High School; Joshua Wyatt, Infinity Math, Science & Technology High School at Little Village; Katlyn Young, CICS
ChicagoQuest; and Rania Ziar, Lane Technical High School; and Be It Further Resolved, That suitable copies of this resolution be presented to each of these exemplary Chicago public high school students as a token of our respect and of our best wishes for a bright and prosperous future.

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On motion of Alderman Burke, seconded by Aldermen Moreno, King, Hairston, Sadlowski Garza, Thompson, Cardenas, Quinn, Lopez, Foulkes, D. Moore, Curtis, Brookins, Scott, Solis, Maldonado, Taliaferro, Reboyras, Mell, Ramirez-Rosa, Mitts, Laurino, OConnor, Smith, Arena, Osterman and Silverstein, the foregoing proposed resolution was Adopted by yeas and nays as follows:

Yeas -- Aldermen Moreno, Hopkins, Dowell, King, Hairston, Sawyer, Mitchell, Harris, Beale, Sadlowski Garza, Thompson, Cardenas, Quinn, Burke, Lopez, Foulkes, D. Moore, Curtis, OShea, Cochran, Brookins, Munoz, Zalewski, Scott, Solis, Maldonado, Burnett, Ervin, Taliaferro, Reboyras, Santiago, Waguespack, Mell, Austin, Ramirez-Rosa, Villegas, Mitts, Sposato, Laurino, OConnor, Napolitano, Reilly, Smith, Tunney, Arena, Cappleman, Pawar, Osterman, J. Moore, Silverstein -- 50.
Nays -- None.
Alderman Harris moved to reconsider the foregoing vote. The motion was lost.
At this point in the proceedings, the Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, rose and on behalf of the people of Chicago, extended congratulations to Chicago Public High School students selected as the 2017 Posse Foundation Scholars. Lauding the honorees for their individual achievements and commitment to academic excellence, Mayor Emanuel also acknowledged the ongoing improvement in graduation rates, test scores and attendance at Chicago Public High Schools across the city. To continue to provide quality education and allow our children to reach their full potential requires resources, support and cooperation, the Mayor continued, and the progress and success we have seen in the Chicago Public Schools should not be impeded by inadequate state funding or ongoing political discord by our elected representatives in Springfield. Mayor Emanuel then invited several students representing the honorees to the Mayors rostrum where he presented each with a parchment copy of the congratulatory resolution
Rules Suspended -- CONGRATULATIONS EXTENDED TO CHICAGO PUBLIC
SCHOOL 2017 SPORTS AND ACADEMIC CHAMPIONS.
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The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, presented the following communication:

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OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

May 24,2017.

To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of Chicago:
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I transmit herewith, together with Alderman Brookins, a congratulatory resolution concerning Chicago Public School sports and academic champions.
Your favorable consideration of this resolution will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

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

WHEREAS, Chicago Public Schools offers students opportunities to take part in a wide variety of athletic and academic competitions to promote and test their intellectual development and athletic skills; and WHEREAS, Many of our diverse, talented, and hard-working students have excelled in these competitions; and WHEREAS, In the Class 2A IHSA basketball tournament, Orr High School students Demarte J. Bell, Kevon J. Crittle, Raekwon Drake, Alexander X Flute, Christian J. Gilkey, Brian M. Hernandez, Larry D. Johnson, Tyronn P. Mosley, Emanuel M. ONeal, Shanklar S. Rodgers, Dannie Smith, Samuel A. Williams and Shomari A. Wilson, backed by Coach Louis Adams, won the state championship; and WHEREAS, In the Class 3A IHSA basketball tournament, Morgan Park High School students Nimari K. Burnett, Cameron Burrell, Romelo M. Burrell, Quincy A. Dillard, Quam Dosunmu, Kenyon Duling, Deandre Freeman, Lenell D. Henry, Cameren Irvin, Lamond C.
Johnson, Tavaris P. McCullough and Tamell S. Pearson, backed by Coach Nick Irvin, won the state championship; and

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WHEREAS, In the Class 4A IHSA basketball tournament, Whitney Young High School students Emeka Anosike, Myles Baker, Tyler Beard, Craig D. Beaudion, Justin M. Boyd, Xavier Castaneda, Derrick Faulkner, Michael S. Feigen, Javon J. Freeman, Jalen C.
Frizell, Keenan D. Jones, Jake Kosakowski, Sangolay M. Njie, Solomon I. Oraegbu, Justin L. Stovall and Lucas Williamson, backed by Coach Tyrone Slaughter, won the state championship; and WHEREAS, In the IHSA state wrestling championships, Washington High School student We Rachal won the Class 2A, 132-pound championship; and WHEREAS, The Academic Decathlon competition tests student teams on various subjects, including art, economics, music, language arts and literature, mathematics, science, and social science, as well as proficiency in speech, interview, and essay writing.
Coached by Julienne Au, Whitney Young High School students Anna Lee, Arek Adams, Cristina Cass, Johnathan Marek, Luke Kensik, Patrick Timlin, Sammy Montalvo, Veronica Garklavs and Victoria Xie won the Academic Decathlon City Championship. Also coached by Julienne Au, Whitney Young High School students Anna Lee, Arek Adams, Aryann Mei, Cristina Cass, Jack Myer, Johnathan Marek, Joshua Tabuena, Kamau Stewart, Luke Kensik, Patrick Timlin, Rachel Clendenning, Sammy Montalvo, Veronica Garklavs and Victoria Xie won the 2017 U.S. Academic Decathlon State of Illinois Competition; and WHEREAS, The Chicago Debate League is a research-based extracurricular program that enables students to excel academically while competing in the largest urban debate league in the nation. This year the Chicago Debate League won the Urban Debate League of the Year Award presented by the National Association of Urban Debate Leagues. In addition, in the Chicago Debate League City Championship, under Coach Vince Vinluan, Walter Payton College Prep students Alex Sherman and Micah Weese were Varsity Champions, and students Kieran Lawless, Cameron Kuberski, Zachary Vanderslice and Ezra Boldizsar were Novice Champions. Under Coaches Robb Berry and Adam Hausman, Northside College Prep students Alex Pinheiro, Magi Ortiz, Kyler Campion and Kenny Lawson were Junior Varsity Champions, and student Albert Kerelis won the Novice Top Speaker Award. Under Coach Andy Fine, Lane Tech High School student Abdu Hytrek won the Varsity Top Speaker Award, and under Coach David Rodgers, Whitney Young High School student Xunyin Xu won the Junior Varsity Top Speaker Award. At the Urban Debate National Championship Competition, under Coach Vince Vinluan, Walter Payton College Prep students Alex Sherman and Micah Weese were National Competitors; under Coach Kailey Cole, Lincoln Park High School students Jake Griffin and Anna Kaganovich were National Competitors; and under Coach Cameron Conor, Solorio Academy students Amado Candelario and Kevin Castro were National Competitors. At the Tournament of Champions, under Coach David Rodgers, Whitney Young High School students Madison Sullivan, Jared Flippen, Eve Robinson and Gloria Oladipo were National Competitors; and WHEREAS, The Chicago Middle School Debate League is a research-based extracurricular program that enables students to excel academically while competing against other students in grades 5 -- 8. In the Chicago Middle School Debate League City Championship, under Coach Jared Lee, Skinner West students Victor Kostov and

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Chris Chavez were Varsity Champions, student Chris Chavez won the Varsity Top Speaker Award, student Campbell Nofsinger won the Junior Varsity Top Speaker Award, and student Julia Gershberg won the Novice Top Speaker Award. Under Coach Greg Thompson, Lincoln Elementary School students Etta Weese and Janah Richardson were Junior Varsity Champions; and under Coach Deirdre Littleton, Thorp Scholastic Academy students Kristina Muharremaj and Morgan Berryhill were Novice Champions; and WHEREAS, The E.W. Scripps Company Spelling Bee, which is the nations largest and longest-running education promotion, helps improve students overall spelling, increase their vocabularies, develop correct English usage, and provides an environment to promote self-esteem, character development and sportsmanship. This years CPS
Citywide Spelling Bee was won by South Loop Elementary student Riya Joshi; and WHEREAS, The Chicago Public Schools Science Fair allows students to select, plan, and present research projects. The Science Fair encourages students to investigate a problem scientifically and develop their science skills. Students who excel in science, technology, engineering and mathematics can showcase their skills in a competitive environment, while also improving critical thinking, literacy, research, and timemanagement skills. This year, Beatrice Farb from Walter Payton High School won Highest Scoring High School Project at City Science Fair/International Alternate Number 1;
Sedona Kessler from Bell Elementary School won Highest Scoring Elementary School Project at City Science Fair; Anusha Ebrahim from Whitney Young High School, Abigail Arnashus and Hazel Rose from Von Steuben High School, and Emily Neeson from Chicago Agricultural High School were International Science & Engineering Fair Participants; Raisa Munshi from Lane Tech High School was International Science &
Engineering Fair -- Alternate Number 2; Abhishek Joshi from Lane Tech High School was International Science & Engineering Fair -- Alternate Number 3; Myelle Miller from Julian High School was Graduating Senior with highest participating points for 5 years; Shelly Moreno from Curie High School was Graduating Senior with highest participating points for 6 years; and Alyssa Anastasi from Whitney Young Academic Center was 1st Place City Essay Winner and 2nd Place State Essay Winner; and WHEREAS, The City of Chicago Math League encourages high schools students from allover Chicago to challenge themselves mathematically and compete against students from over 25 schools in five contests to determine the city champion and prepare for competition at the state level. Dewei Feng from Jones College Prep High School won 1st Place -- Algebra 1/BC Division; Willie Jones from Jones College Prep High School won 1st Place -- Algebra 1/BC Division; Daniel King from Lane Tech High School won 1st Place -- Geometry/BC Division; Jose Gomez from Hubbard High School won 1st Place -- Algebra 2/BC Division; Leo Georgopoulos from Lane Tech High School won 1st Place -- Algebra 2/BC Division; David Okabe from Jones College Prep High School won 1st Place -- Pre-Calculus/BC Division; Luke Peng from Whitney Young High School won 1st Place -- Algebra 1/A Division; Akhil Kalghatgi from Whitney Young High School won 1st Place -- Geometry/BC Division; Mindren Lu from Northside College Prep won 1st Place -- Algebra 2/BC Division; and Jonathan Marek from Whitney Young High School won 1st Place -- Pre-Calculus/BC Division; and

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WHEREAS, The Chicago Junior Mathematics League encourages middle-grade students from allover Chicago to interact with each other to hone and develop their mathematical and problem solving skills through competition. Joshua Studee from Edison Gifted Center won Top 6th Grade Student -- Division A; Leon Chen from Ward Elementary School won Top 6h Grade Student -- Division B; Eliza McHale from Disney II Magnet School won Top 6h Grade Student -- Division B; Christina Li from Whitney Young Academic Center won Top 7th Grade Student -- Division A; Kyle Chiu from Healy Elementary School won Top 7h Grade Student -- Division B; Abhinav Gael from Whitney Young Academic Center won Top ath Grade Student -- Division A; Annie Wang from Whitney Young Academic Center won Top ah Grade Student -- Division A; and Alicia Xia from Ogden International School won Top ah Grade Student -- Division B; and WHEREAS, The Academic Chess clubs in nearly 200 elementary and high schools provide many benefits, such as improved memory, increased creativity, emotional development, improved reading skills, enhanced decision making, and strategic thinking.
Chicago Public Schools students compete annually in city-wide, state, and national tournaments. Coached by Paul Kash, Whitney Young High School students Nikhil Kalghatgi, Matthew Stevens, Akhil Kalghatgi, Deniz Gulecyuz, Ricky Roman, Alex Parkel, Secundino Vazquez, Robert Bitunjac, Kevin Di and Edward Li won 1sl Place in the 2017 CPS High School City Varsity team competition. Coached by Lauren Tatar, Walter Payton College Prep students George Figueroa, Chetan Pavuluri, Janko Stojadinovic, Niko Stipanicev and Anthony Roitmnan won 1sl Place Junior Varsity in the 2017 CPS High School City Junior Varsity team competition; Andy Cao from Skinner North Elementary School won 1st Place in the 2017 CPS K-2 City Individual; David Chen from Edison Gifted Center won 1s1 Place in the 2017 CPS K-4 City Individual; Avi Kaplan from Decatur Classical School won 1st Place in the 2017 CPS K-6 City Individual; Neel Jay from Whitney Young Academic Center won 1s1 Place in the 2017 CPS K-a City Individual;
Tamyz Fultz, Breanna Shaw and Christina Williams from Earle Elementary School won 3,d Place in the All-Girls National Championship; Elizabeth Coadamon, Izellah Ortiz, Gabby Cisneros, and Samantha Glowacki from Kinzie Elementary School won 2Cd Place in the All-Girls National Championship; Yurvrak Chennareddy from Earle Elementary School won 3,d Place in the Super-Nationals K-1; Gunn Kim from Keller Elementary Gifted Magnet School won 3,d Place in the Super-Nationals K-6 Unrated; Nikhil Kalghatgi, Akhil Kalghathi, and Matthew Stevens from Whitney Young Academic Center won 2cd Place in the SuperNationals -- K-12 Blitz; Taahir Levi from Earle Elementary School won 1sl Place in the Super-Nationals -- K-3 Blitz -- Under 600; and Nikhil Kalghatgi and Akhil Kalghatgi from Whitney Young Academic Center won 1st Place in the Super-Nationals -- K-12 National Bughouse Championship; and WHEREAS, The members of this chamber are pleased to congratulate all of the members of the Chicago Public School teams on their overwhelming success in their fields of competition; now, therefore,

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Be It Resolved, That we, the Mayor and members of the City Council of the City of Chicago, assembled this 24th day of May 2017, do hereby applaud and congratulate all of these Chicago Public School students on their championship performances; and Be It Further Resolved, That suitable copies of this resolution be presented to each of these exemplary Chicago Public School students as a token of our respect and of our best wishes for a bright and prosperous future.

On motion of Alderman Burke, seconded by Aldermen Moreno, Hopkins, Dowell, King, Hairston, Thompson, Quinn, Lopez, Foulkes, D. Moore, Brookins, Solis, Maldonado, Burnett, Ervin, Waguespack, Mell, Ramirez-Rosa, Mitts, Sposato, Laurino, OConnor, Reilly, Smith, Arena and Silverstein, the foregOing proposed resolution was Adopted by yeas and nays as follows:
Yeas -- Aldermen Moreno, Hopkins, Dowell, King, Hairston, Sawyer, Mitchell, Harris, Beale, Sadlowski Garza, Thompson, Cardenas, Quinn, Burke, Lopez, Foulkes, D. Moore, Curtis, OShea, Cochran, Brookins, Munoz, Zalewski, Scott, Solis, Maldonado, Burnett, Ervin, Taliaferro, Reboyras, Santiago, Waguespack, Mell, Austin, Ramirez-Rosa, Villegas, Mitts, Sposato, Laurino, OConnor, Napolitano, Reilly, Smith, Tunney, Arena, Cappleman, Pawar, Osterman, J. Moore, Silverstein -- 50.
Nays -- None.

Alderman Harris moved to reconsider the foregoing vote. The motion was lost.
At this point in the proceedings, the Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, rose and on behalf of the people of Chicago, extended congratulations to the Chicago Public Schools students on their academic and athletic accomplishments during the 2016 -- 2017 school year.
Lauding the honorees for their individual and group achievements, Mayor Emanuel spoke of the importance of creating positive learning environments, curriculum and programs that foster excellence and help shape our children to succeed and become the leaders of tomorrow. These students are true "champions" in the classroom and on the playing field and their success brings pride to their families, their schools and the City of Chicago, the Mayor concluded, and as they continue to pursue their dreams we must continue to provide the support, guidance and resources they need to help make their dreams a reality. Mayor Emanuel then invited several students representing the honorees to the Mayors rostrum where he presented each with a parchment copy of the congratulatory resolution.

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Referred - APPOINTMENT OF SUSANA DE SANTIAGO AS MEMBER OF
SOUTHWEST BUSINESS GROWTH AREA COMMISSION SPECIAL SERVICE
AREA NO.3.
A2017-53

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

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

May 24,2017.

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

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have appointed Susana DeSantiago as a member of Special Service Area Number 3, the Southwest Business Growth Area Commission, for a term effective immediately and expiring July 28, 2019, to succeed Manuel Jimenez, whose term has expired.
Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

Referred -- REAPPOINTMENT OF RUBY A. GONZALEZ, SHELDON K. RICE AND
DAVID R. SUPANICH AS MEMBERS OF SOUTHWEST BUSINESS GROWTH
AREA COMMISSION SPECIAL SERVICE AREA NO.3.
A2017-51

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

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OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO
May 24,2017.
To the Honorable, The City Council ofthe City of Chicago:

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have reappointed Ruby A. Gonzalez, Sheldon K. Rice and David R. Supanich as members of Special Service Area Number 3, the Southwest Business Growth Area Commission, for a term effective immediately and expiring July 28, 2019.
Your favorable consideration of these appointments will be appreciated.
Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

Referred -- APPOINTMENT OF WILLIAM W. JACKSON AS MEMBER OF
SOUTHWEST BUSINESS GROWTH AREA COMMISSION SPECIAL SERVICE
AREA NO.3.
A2017-54

The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was, at the request of two aldermen present under the provisions of Council Rule 43, Referred to the Committee on Finance:
OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO
May 24,2017.
To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of Chicago:

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have appointed William W. Jackson as a member of Special Service Area Number 3, the Southwest Business Growth Area Commission, for a term effective immediately and expiring July 28, 2019, to succeed Gintaras P. Cepenas, whose term has expired.

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Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

Referred -- APPOINTMENT OF SOFIA P. VILLARREAL AS MEMBER OF
SOUTHWEST BUSINESS GROWTH AREA COMMISSION SPECIAL SERVICE
AREA NO.3.
A2017-52
The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was, at the request of two aldermen present under the provisions of Council Rule 43, Referred to the Committee on Finance:

OFFICE OFTHE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

May 24,2017.

To the Honorable, The City Council ofthe City of Chicago:
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have appointed Sofia P. Villarreal as a member of Special Service Area Number 3, the Southwest Business Growth Area Commission, for a term effective immediately and expiring July 28, 2019, to succeed Mark J. DiValerio, whose term has expired.
Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

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Referred -- REAPPOINTMENT OF DAVID L. GASSMAN AS MEMBER OF
CENTRAL LAKEVIEW COMMISSION SPECIAL SERVICE AREA NO. 17.
A2017-56

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

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

May 24,2017.

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

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have reappointed David L. Gassman as a member of Special Service Area Number 17, the Central Lakeview Commission, for a term effective immediately and expiring March 14, 2020.
Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

Referred -- APPOINTMENT OF TODD W. HYATT AS MEMBER OF CENTRAL
LAKEVIEW COMMISSION SPECIAL SERVICE AREA NO. 17.
A2017 -55

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

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48419

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

May 24, 2017.

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

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have appointed Todd W. Hyatt as a member of Special Service Area Number 17, the Central Lakeview Commission, for a term effective immediately and expiring March 14, 2020.
Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

Referred -- REAPPOINTMENT OF DAVID L. GASSMAN AS MEMBER OF NORTH
HALSTED COMMISSION SPECIAL SERVICE AREA NO. 18.
A2017 -57

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

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

May 24,2017.

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

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have reappointed David L. Gassman as a member of Special Service Area Number 18, the North Halsted Commission, for a term effective immediately and expiring February 10, 2018.

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Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

Referred -- REAPPOINTMENT OF DAVID L. STONE AS MEMBER OF OLD TOWN
COMMISSION SPECIAL SERVICE AREA NO. 48.
A2017-58

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

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

May 24,2017.

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

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have reappointed David L. Stone as a member of Special Service Area Number 48, the Old Town Commission, for a term effective immediately and expiring June 30, 2019.
Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

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48421

Referred -- REAPPOINTMENT OF KEITH R. BRANDENBURGER AS MEMBER OF

111 TH /KEDZIE COMMISSION SPECIAL SERVICE AREA NO. 55.
A2017-59
The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was, at the request of two aldermen present under the provisions of Council Rule 43, Referred to the Committee on Finance:

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

May 24,2017.

To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of Chicago:
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have reappointed Keith R. Brandenburger as a member of Special Service Area Number 55, the 111th/Kedzie Commission, for a term effective immediately and expiring February 13, 2018.
Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

Referred -- REAPPOINTMENT OF ANTONELLA FRANGELLA-QUINN AS MEMBER
OF 111 TH /KEDZIE COMMISSION SPECIAL SERVICE AREA NO. 55.
A2017-60
The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was, at the request of two aldermen present under the provisions of Council Rule 43, Referred to the Committee on Finance:

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OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

May 24,2017.

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

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have reappointed Antonella Frangella-Quinn as a member of Special Service Area Number 55, the 111h/Kedzie Commission, for a term effective immediately and expiring February 13, 2019.
Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

Referred -- REAPPOINTMENT OF DAIVA KAMBEROS AS
TH
59 STREET COMMISSION SPECIAL SERVICE AREA NO. 59.

MEMBER

OF

A2017-61
The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was, at the request of two aldermen present under the provisions of Council Rule 43, Referred to the Committee on Finance:
OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO
May 24,2017.
To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of Chicago:

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have reappointed Daiva Kamberos as a member of Special Service Area Number 59, the 59h Street Commission, for a term effective immediately and expiring June 25, 2018.

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Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

Referred -- APPOINTMENT OF KENNETH JOHNSON AS MEMBER OF
WEST HUMBOLDT PARK COMMISSION SPECIAL SERVICE AREA NO. 63.
A2017-62

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

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

May 24,2017.

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

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have appointed Kenneth Johnson as a member of Special Service Area Number 63, the West Humboldt Park Commission, for a term effective immediately and expiring July 29, 2019, such period allocated as follows: a term effective immediately and expiring July 29, 2017, to complete the unexpired term of Alem Solomon, who has resigned, followed immediately by a full two-year term.
Your favorable consideration of this appOintment will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

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5/24/2017

Referred -- REAPPOINTMENT OF BARBARA T. BOWMAN AND PATRICIA G.
PEREZ AS MEMBERS OF CHICAGO PUBLIC LIBRARY BOARD.
A2017-45

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

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

May 24,2017.

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

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have reappointed Barbara T. Bowman and Patricia G.
Perez as members of the Chicago Public Library Board for a term effective immediately and expiring June 30, 2020.
Your favorable consideration of these appointments will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

Referred -- APPOINTMENT OF JULIE CHAVEZ AS MEMBER OF CHICAGO
PUBLIC LIBRARY BOARD.
A2017-44

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

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OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

May 24,2017.

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

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have appointed Julie Chavez as a member of the Chicago Public Library Board for a term effective immediately and expiring June 30, 2020, to succeed Josephine Gomez, who has resigned.
Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

Referred -- APPOINTMENT OF RANDY CONNER AS COMMISSIONER OF WATER
MANAGEMENT.
A2017-46

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

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

May 24,2017.

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

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have appointed Randy Conner as Commissioner of Water Management.

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Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
Referred -

RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

REAPPOINTMENT OF JOSEPH M. FERGUSON AS INSPECTOR

GENERAL.
A2017-47
The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was, at the request of two aldermen present under the provisions of Council Rule 43, Referred to the Committee on the Budget and Govemment Operations:

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

May 24,2017.

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

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have reappointed Joseph M. Ferguson as Inspector General for a four-year term beginning on October 16, 2017, to coincide with the conclusion of his current term.
Your favorable consideration of this apPointment will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

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Referred -- APPOINTMENT OF SAMANTHA S. FIELDS AS BUDGET DIRECTOR.
A2017 -50

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

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO

May 24,2017.

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

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -- I have appointed Samantha S. Fields as Budget Director beginning July 1, 2017.
Your favorable consideration of this appointment will be appreciated.

Very truly yours, Signed
RAHM EMANUEL, Mayor.

Referred -- REAPPOINTMENT OF JAMIE L. RHEE AS CHIEF PROCUREMENT

OFFICER.
A2017 -48
The Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, submitted the following communication which was, at the request of two aldermen present under the provisions of Council Rule 43, Referred to the Committee on the Budget and Government Operations:

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