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Chicago City Council Committee On Finance met February 26.

By Lhalie Castillo | Mar 6, 2018

Meeting 06

Chicago City Council Committee On Finance met February 26.

Here is the agenda provided by the Committee:

1.A proposed ordinance concerning the authority to amend Chapters 4-6 and 7-28 'of the Municipal Code of Chicago: regarding private scavengers.

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2. A proposed ordinance concerning the authority to amend Sections 4-384-010 and 4-384020 of the Municipal Code of Chicago regarding animal care license requirements for Animal Shelters.

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3. A proposed ordinance concerning the authority to amend Chapter 2-16 of the Municipal Code of Chicago by adding Section 2-16-040 requiring the Executive Director of the Department of Animal Care and Control to develop a written animal euthanasia policy.

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4. A proposed ordinance concerning the authority to amend Section 7-12-050 of the Municipal Code of Chicago regarding humane treatment of impounded dangerous animals.

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5. A proposed ordinance concerning the authority to amend Section 7-12-040 of the Municipal Code of Chicago regarding the impoundment of stray animals with microchips.

Direct Introduction

6. A proposed substitute ordinance concerning the authority to amend Chapter 7-12 of the Municipal Code of Chicago by creating Section 7-12-295 regarding the confinement of animals in unattended motor vehicles.

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7. A proposed ordinance concerning the authority to amend Chapter 7-12 of the Municipal Code of Chicago by creating Section 7-12-296 regarding good Samaritan rescuers of animals confined in unattended motor vehicles.

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8. A proposed resolution calling for substantive changes to policy and law in animal shelters and a declaration that 2018 shall be “The Year of the Shelter Animal.”

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Office Of The Mayor:

9. A communication recommending the proposed appointment of Darlene P. Ortiz as a member of Special Service Area Nurnber 2, the Belmont Central Commission,

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10. A communication recommending the proposed appointment of Gene F. Paquette as a member of Special Service Area Nurnber 7, the Kedzie Industrial Tract Commission.

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11. A communication recommending the proposed appointment of Louis G. Amaro as a member of Special Service Area Number 13, the Stockyards Commission.

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12. A communication recommending the proposed reappointments of Matthew S. Rogatz, Barry A. Rosenthal, Peter W. Testa and Lynette F. Wasielewski as members of Special Service Area Number 13, the Stockyards Commission.

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13. A communication recommending the proposed reappointment of Margaret A. O'Connell as a member of Special Service Area Number, 20, the South Western Avenue Commission.

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14. A communication recommending the proposed reappointment of James F. Kroeger as a member of Special Service Area Number 23, the Clark Street-Lincoln Park Commission,

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15. A communication recommending the proposed reappointments of Alan J. Goldberg and Dorothy L. Milne as members of Special Service Area Number 24, the Clark Street Commission.

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16. A communication recommending the proposed reappointments of Steven E. Tobiason and Michael J. VanDam as members of Special Service Area Number 29-2014, the West Town Commission.

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17. A communication recommending the proposed reappointments of Juanita A. Love and Sally R. Wells as members of Special Service Area Number 32, the Auburn Gresham Commission.

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18. A communication recommending the proposed reappointments of Stanley Smith and Kathryn V. Welch as members of Special Service Area Number 32, the Auburn Gresham Commission.

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19. A cornmunication recommending the proposed reappointments of Edda B. Coscioni, Mark H. Davis, Kenneth Dotson, and Benjamin E. Hamm as members of Special Service Area Number 35-2015, the Lincoln Avenue Commission.

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Office Of The Chief Financial Officer And Department Of Aviation:

20. A communication recommending a proposed ordinance concerning the authority to issue Chicago O'Hare International Airport Senior Special Facilities Revenue Bonds (TTIPS Obligated Group), Series 2018.

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Amount of Bonds

Not to Exceed:

$150,000,000

Department Of Law:

21, A communication transmitting a list of cases in which judgments or settlements were entered into for the month of November, 2017.

Direct Introduction

22. A communication transmitting a list of cases in which judgments or settlements were entered into for the month of December, 2017.

Direct Introduction

23. A communication transmitting a list of cases in which judgments or settlements were entered into for the month of January, 2018.

Direct Introduction

Department Of Planning And Development:

24. A communication recommending a proposed ordinance concerning the authority to approve Amendment Number 53 to the Small Business Improvement Fund Program,

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25. A communication recommending three (3) proposed ordinances concerning the authority to establish the Foster/Edens Tax Increment Financing Redevelopment Project Area,

A.A proposed ordinance approving the Redevelopment Plan for the Foster/Edens Tax Increment Financing Redevelopment Project Area.

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B.A proposed ordinance designating the Foster/Edens Tax Increment Financing Redevelopment Project Area as a Redevelopment Project Area.

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C.A proposed ordinance adopting Tax Increment Allocation financing for the Foster/Edens Tax Increment Financing Redevelopment Project Area,

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26. A communication recommending a proposed ordinance concerning the authority to approve an amendment to a Redevelopment Agreement with JTA Development/ Renaissance Estates.

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27. A communication recommending a proposed ordinance concerning the authority to enter into and execute a Second Amendment to a Redevelopment Agreement with 300 East 518" LLC/Urban Juncture Inc.

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28. A communication recommending a proposed ordinance concerning the authority to approve a Class L Real Estate Incentive Classification for the property located at 404 W Harrison Street and 433 W Van Buren Street (Old Main Post Office Building) for 601 W Companies Chicago LLC.

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Miscellaneous:

29. One (1) proposed order authorizing three (3) applications for City of Chicago Charitable Solicitation (Tag Day) permits.

A.Cradles to Crayons

March 3, 2018

Citywide

B. Doctors without Borders/

Medecins sans Frontieres (MSF)

March 1 thru July 31, 2018

Citywide

C. Greenpeace Inc.

March 2, 6, 7, 9, 13, 14, 16, 20, 21, 23, 27, 28, and 30, 2018 April 3, 4, 6, 10, 11, 13, 17, 18, 20, 24, 25, and 27, 2018

Citywide

30. Four (4) orders authorizing the payment of hospital and medical expenses of Police Officers and Fire Fighters injured in the line of duty.

31. A proposed order authorizing the payment of various small claims against the City of Chicago.

32. A proposed order denying the payment of various small claims against the City of Chicago.

33. A proposed order authorizing the payment of various Condominium Refuse Rebate claims against the City of Chicago.

34. A proposed order authorizing the payment of senior citizen rebate sewer claims.

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