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Record #: O2019-8527   
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
Intro date: 11/13/2019 Current Controlling Legislative Body: Committee on Finance
Final action: 11/26/2019
Title: Amendment of Municipal Code Titles 2, 3, 7, 9, 10, 11 and 17 concerning various business regulations, fees and taxes (2020 Revenue Ordinance)
Sponsors: Lightfoot, Lori E.
Topic: CITY DEPARTMENTS/AGENCIES - Budget & Management, - CITY DEPARTMENTS/AGENCIES - Finance, MUNICIPAL CODE AMENDMENTS - Title 2 - City Government & Administration - Ch. 16 Animal Care & Control, MUNICIPAL CODE AMENDMENTS - Title 2 - City Government & Administration - Ch. 32 Dept. of Finance, MUNICIPAL CODE AMENDMENTS - Title 2 - City Government & Administration - Ch. 102 Dept. of Transportation, MUNICIPAL CODE AMENDMENTS - Title 3 - Revenue & Finance - Ch. 30 Chicago Restaurant & Other Places for Eating Tax Ordinance, MUNICIPAL CODE AMENDMENTS - Title 3 - Revenue & Finance - Ch. 32 Chicago Personal Property Lease Transaction Tax, MUNICIPAL CODE AMENDMENTS - Title 3 - Revenue & Finance - Ch. 33 Chicago Real Property Transfer Tax, MUNICIPAL CODE AMENDMENTS - Title 3 - Revenue & Finance - Ch. 46 Chicago Ground Transportation Tax, MUNICIPAL CODE AMENDMENTS - Title 3 - Revenue & Finance - Ch. 48 Motor Vehicle Lessor Tax, MUNICIPAL CODE AMENDMENTS - Title 3 - Revenue & Finance - Ch. 51 Cannabis Tax, MUNICIPAL CODE AMENDMENTS - Title 7 - Health & Safety - Ch. 28 Health Nuisances, MUNICIPAL CODE AMENDMENTS - Title 9 - Vehicles, Traffic & Rail Transportation - Ch. 4 Traffic Definitions & General Provisions, MUNICIPAL CODE AMENDMENTS - Title 9 - Vehicles, Traffic & Rail Transportation - Ch. 64 Parking Regulations, MUNICIPAL CODE AMENDMENTS - Title 9 - Vehicles, Traffic & Rail Transportation - Ch. 100 Admin. Adjudication of Parking, Compliance, Automated Traffic Law Enforcement System or Automated Speed Enforcement System Violations, MUNICIPAL CODE AMENDMENTS - Title 9 - Vehicles, Traffic & Rail Transportation - Ch. 112 Public Passenger Vehicles, MUNICIPAL CODE AMENDMENTS - Title 9 - Vehicles, Traffic & Rail Transportation - Ch. 115 Transportation Network Providers, MUNICIPAL CODE AMENDMENTS - Title 10 - Streets, Public Ways, Parks, Airports & Harbors - Ch. 28 Structures On & Under Public Ways, MUNICIPAL CODE AMENDMENTS - Title 11 - Utilities & Environmental Protection - Ch. 4 Environmental Protection & Control, MUNICIPAL CODE AMENDMENTS - Title 11 - Utilities & Environmental Protection - Ch. 12 Water Supply & Service, MUNICIPAL CODE AMENDMENTS - Title 17 - Chicago Zoning Ordinance - Ch. 13 Review & Approval Procedures
Attachments: 1. O2019-8527.pdf

CHICAGO November 20. 2019


To the President and Members of the City Council:

Your Committee on Finance having had under consideration an ordinance amending various sections ofthe Municipal Code of Chicago, which relate to revenue derived from certain taxes, fines and fees.

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Having had the same under advisement, begs leave to report and recommend that your Honorable Body pass the proposed Order Transmitted Herewith.
This recommendation was concurred in by
of members of the committee with l dissenting
(a m\a voce vote^)
voters"):



Respectfully submitted


Chairman
Document No.




REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON FINANCE TO THE CITY COUNCIL CITY OF CHICAGO
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OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF CHICAGO
LORI E. LIGHTFOOT MAYOR

November 13,2019










TO THE HONORABLE, THE CI TY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHICAGO

Ladies and Gentlemen:
At the request ofthe Budget Director, I transmit herewith the 2020 Revenue ordinance. Your favorable consideration ofthis ordinance will be appreciated.


Very truly yours,


REVENUE ORDINANCE
WHEREAS, The City of Chicago is a home rule unit of government as defined in Article VII, Section 6 (a) ofthe Illinois Constitution; and

WHEREAS, As a home rule unit of government, the City of Chicago may exercise any power and perform any function pertaining to its government and affairs; and

WHEREAS, The management of its finances is a matter pertaining to the government and affairs ofthe City of Chicago; now, therefore,

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHICAGO:

This ordinance is organized into fifteen Articles, as follows:

Article I Taxicab Fees
Article II Public Way Fees
Article III Permit and Development Review Fees
Article IV Parking Fees
Article V Public Utility Fees
Article VI Intergovernmental Agreement with the Board of Education of the City
of Chicago
Article VII Lease Transaction Tax
Article VIII Ground Transportation Tax
Article IX Motor Vehicle Lessor Tax
Article X Refuse Collection Fees
Article XI Cannabis Tax
Article XII Dissolution of the Chicago Infrastructure Trust
Article XIII Miscellaneous
Article XIV Severability and Repealer
Article XV Effective Dates



TAXICAB FEES.


SECTION 1. Chapter 9-112 of the Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by deleting the language struck through and by adding the language underscored, as follows:

9-112-150 License fees and terms.
Licenses shall be issued for a two-year period.
The license term for licenses shall be from March 1 of the current year to the last day of February two years subsequent to the current year.

(i) License issuance or renewal fee is $1,000.00 $500.00 for taxicabs that are not wheelchair accessible. In addition, as part of the license issuance or renewal fee, a licensee shall pay $22.00 per month to the city's City's accessibility fund for each taxicab which

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

(ii) License issuance or renewal fee for wheelchair accessible taxicabs is $1,000.00 $500.00. The license must be attached to a wheelchair accessible taxicab vehicle during the entire licensing term.

(c) A license fee shall be paid in advance of the issuance of a license. A licensee must renew and pay for the medallion license before the expiration date of the licensing term. Any taxicab medallion licensing fee paid on or after the first day of the licensing term is considered a late payment, and is subject to late payment fees, interest accrued as specified in the Code, and promulgated in the rules by the oCommissioner.

(Omitted text is not affected by this ordinance.)

(e) Nothing in this section shall affect the right of the eity City to impose or collect a vehicle tax and any occupational tax, as permitted by law, in addition to the license fee herein provided.
(Omitted text is not affected by this ordinance.)

(g) The eCommissioner is authorized to adopt rules and regulations for the administration ofthe Accessibility Fund.

9-112-230 Tiered lease rate structure.
(a) The following tiered lease structure with the stated lease rate caps applies shall apply to the lease of a taxicab:

Tier Vehicle MPG 1 Hour Maximum Lease Rate 12 Hour Daily Maximum Lease Rate 12 Hour Weekly Maximum Lease Rate 24 Hour Daily Maximum Lease Rate 24 Hour Weekly Maximum Lease Rate |109|Vehicles with Fuel Economy Rating of Greater Than or Equal to 36 mpq or Natural Gas Vehicles with Fuel Economv Ratinq of Greater Than or Equal to 21 mpq $6.50 per hour lease $74 per 12 hour shift $518 total for seven consecutive 12 hour shifts $101 per 24 hour shift $707 total for seven consecutive 24 hour shifts |109|Vehicles with Fuel Economv Ratinq of Between 25 to $6 per hour lease $69 per 12 hour shift $483 total for seven consecutive 12 hour shifts $93 per 24 hour shift $651 total for seven consecutive
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35, inclusive, mpg or Natural Gas Vehicles with Fuel Economv Rating of Less Than or Equal to 20 mpq 24 hour shifts |109|Vehicles with Fuel Economv Ratinq of Less Than or Equal to 24 mpq $5 per hour lease $59 per 12 hour shift $413 total for seven consecutive 12 hour shifts $85 per 24 hour shift $595 total for seven consecutive 24 hour shifts

Tier 1 Vehicles Greater Than or Equal to 36 mpg or Greater Than or Equal to 21 mpg Natural Gas Vehicle 12 Hour Daily Maximum Loaso Rate 12 Hour Weekly Maximum Lease F>_r,fo 2A Hour Daily Maximum Loaso Rate 24 Hour Weekly Maximum Lease Rate
$504 total for seven rnn^pn itiwf* 1 ^ i yuiJi ui i icwci vehicle age hour shift VjVJl lOCtiUUVC 111 hour shifts hour shift shifts
Older than 1 year but 2 yoars or nower vehicle age $71 per 12 hour shift $497 total for seven consecutive 12 hour shifts $95 per 24 hour shift $665 total for sovon consecutive 24 hour shifts
Oldor than 2 yoars vehicle age $59 per 12 hour shift $413 total for seven consecutive 12 hour shifts $85 per 24 hour shift $595 total for seven consecutive 24 hour shifts

Tier 2 Vehicles Between 25 to 35 mpg or Less Than or Equal to 20 mpg Natural Gas Vehicle 12 Hour Daily Maximum Lease Rate 12 Hour Weekly Maximum Lease nctv 24 Hour Daily Maximum Lease Rate 24 Hour Weekly Maximum Lease 1 \ LJ I O
r 1 ^ $483 total for seven pnnppn iti>/p 1 ^ •CQ'? npr ^4 $651 total for seven rnn^ppi it imp ^A hniir
i yCut—tri—Hcwd vehicle age hour shift OUI lOCUULIVC 111 hour shifts hour shift \j\Jl IJCuUUVC il'1 1 IUUI 0 h i ft P 01 111 LO
Older than 1 year but 2 yoars or nowor vehicle age $59 per 12 hour shift $413 total for seven consecutive 12 hour shifts $85 per 24 hour shift $595 total for seven consecutive 24 hour shifts
Oldor than 2 yoare vehicle age hour shift $363 total for seven consecutive 12 1 1 vui 01 111 LO $78 per 24 $539 total for seven consecutive 24 hour shifts
Tier 3 Vehicles Loss Than or Equal to 24 mpg
12 Hour Daily Maximum Lease
12 Hour Weekly Maximum Lease
Gate*
24 Hour
Daily Maximum Lease Rate
244
Maximum Lease
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Any allowable vehicle age $54 per 12 hour f.hift Ol III I $363 total for seven consecutive 12 hour shifts $78 per 24 hour shift $539 total for seven consecutive 24 hour shifts

1. All miles per gallon (mpg) ratings are based upon the "combined" city and highway mile
estimates as published by the United States Department of Energy/United States Environmental
Protection Agency (www.fueleconomy.gov ) forthe specific make, model, and year vehicle. Where
the www.fueleconomy.gov website does not publish the "combined" vehicles estimated mpg, tbe a
vehicle's miles per gallon (mpg) rating calculation used will shall be trie its published city + highway
travel miles per gallon estimates divided by 2.
[Reserved],
"Natural Gas" vehicles are those vehicles which use compressed natural gas or liquid
natural gas as their primary fuel.
The above listed maximum lease rate or "cap" is the maximum lease rate that licensees are
allowed to charge lease chauffeurs; however, a lease rate may be negotiated and contracted lower
than the maximum listed "cap".
Where the vehicle fuel or engine type is not specifically mentioned it means that all other
types of vehicles including internal combustion engine (ICE) and hybrid (ICE + electric) vehicles are
referenced.
The cCommissioner will categorize each motor vehicle approved by the oCommissioner for
operation as a licensed taxicab into one of the above three (3) tiers in order to clarify the allowable
maximum lease rate "caps" for that approved vehicle. The cCommissioner will revise and post the
"Approved Vehicle List" with lease tiers on the dDepartment's website.
The above-listed maximum lease rates include all charges, including charges for taxes and
insurance. Licensees shall not charge any extras or surcharges above the listed maximum lease
rates unless such charges are permitted pursuant to rules and regulations promulgated under this
chapter.
Licensees are responsible to ensure and to pay for needed vehicle repairs and maintenance
to ensure the safety of the public chauffeur and the public.

A lessor of a taxicab shall provide a lessee of a taxicab with an accurate and dated receipt and a completed and fully executed copy ofthe lease agreement detailing the charges for the lease of a taxicab prior to the delivery of a taxicab. Any lessor who violates this section shall be fined as provided in section 9-112-630 ofthis Code.
The eCommissioner may by rule may assert additional lease restrictions and
terms.
No person shall charge more than the lease rates set forth in this section by entering into consecutive leases with the same driver. No person shall charge more than the 12-hour daily lease rate or the 24-hour daily lease rate by entering into consecutive hourly leases with the same driver. No person shall charge more than the 24-hour lease rate by entering into two consecutive 12-hour daily leases with the same driver. No person shall charge more than the 24-hour weekly lease for any 7 consecutive days of a 24-hour daily lease with the same driver. No person shall charge more than the 12-hour weekly lease for any 7 consecutive days of a 12-hour lease with the same driver.
Nothing in this section shall be construed to prohibit a lessor of a taxicab from charging a lessee, in addition to the applicable lease rate provided in this section, additional

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lease rates as provided in this subsection. Any additional lease rate charged pursuant to this subsection shall be included in the lease agreement. Regardless ofthe number of trips a driver takes during a lease period, the additional lease rate, if charged, shall not be more than: (i) $2.50 for a 12 hour daily lease; (ii) $17.50 for a 12 hour weekly lease; $5.00 for a 24 hour daily lease; or $35.00 for a 24-hour weekly lease. The additional lease rate provided in this subsection is intended for purposes of payment of the city's ground transportation tax and accessibility fund fee by the licensee. The Commissioner may by rule specify a uniform format and language for all lease agreements.

(f) Licensees must produce within three davs copies of reguested lease agreements to the Commissioner upon the Commissioner's request for the same.

9-112-430 License and other taxicab industry license transfers.
Licenses may only be transferred to individuals, partnerships, limited liability companies, or corporations. Taxicab medallions licenses may not be transferred to and held by a trust. .
Each licensee who holds one or more active licenses shall be entitled to renew each such license for the succeeding licensing period, unless the applicant has ceased to be qualified to obtain a license under this chapter (other than ifthe disqualification for obtaining a new license is due to the licensee having reached the maximum number of licenses allowable under the Code) or unless cause exists under this chapter to rescind, revoke or require surrender ofthe license or licenses held by such person.
[Reserved].
Subject to the limitations set forth above, all taxicab industry licenses issued pursuant to this chapter shall be freely transferable to any person qualified under the provisions of this chapter to be a license holder. Every transfer must be approved by the dDepartment. In so approving, the eCommissioner, or her designee, shall review and investigate whether the transferor and transferee are eligible to sell, apply, renew, or hold the license being transferred. The eCommissioner shall determine eligibility by applying the standards and requirements for obtaining, renewing, or holding a license under this chapter or applicable promulgated rules.
No license holder may transfer a license if revocation proceedings with respect to that license have been filed with the dDepartment of administrative hearings or with any other court of competent jurisdiction.
Any attempt to transfer a license in violation of this section shall result in the rescission ofthe license as provided in Section 9-112-120 ofthis Code.
A nonrefundable administrative fee of $2,500.00 shall be paid by the transferee at the time of application or transfer of the license by the dDepartment.
[Reserved.]

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

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transferee is the heir of the deceased person; or if the transferee is the legal spouse or child of the deceased transferor and that legal spouse or child is a" 50 percent shareholder in the license and the deceased transferor was a 50 percent shareholder in the license.

(j) Pledging or otherwise encumbering a license shall be permitted; provided, that the licensee shall notify the eCommissioner in advance and in writing of any such encumbrance and provide the eCommissioner with such information with respect to the person to whom the license is to be pledged as the eCommissioner may reasonably require. Any foreclosure upon a pledged or encumbered license shall constitute a transfer subject to the provisions of this subsection.
(k) In the event of an individual licensee's death, the authority to operate granted under the license shall cease, and the license card and medallion metal plate for each license owned or controlled by the deceased licensee must be surrendered by the individual in possession ofthe license card and the medallion metal plate.

Corporate officers or shareholders listed on the deceased licensee's company, taxicab affiliations and license managers must report within five business days to the dDepartment any incident of death or incapacitation of a licensee.

Existing corporate officers of the deceased licensee's company or the executor or administrator of the estate of any deceased licensee, only after application and approval by the eCommissioner, may continue to exercise the privileges ofthe deceased licensee, including the limited privilege of license transfer granted in this chapter, until the expiration ofthe license but no longer than six months after the licensee's death. At the end of the six-month period or the expiration of the license, whichever comes first, the executor or administer may apply for and seek approval for an extension. The eCommissioner may extend this period after reviewing such application for an extension.

(I) For purposes of determining heirs of a deceased person who held a license or ownership interest in a corporation which held a license and transferring such license or ownership interest to such heirs, the Commissioner may rely on a copy of a document purporting to be a small estate affidavit that is substantially in compliance with subsection (b) of Section 25-1 ofthe Probate Act of 1975 ("Act"), codified at 755 ILCS 5/25-1, as provided in subsection (d) of the referenced section of the Act. The Commissioner is authorized to promulgate rules for the implementation ofthis subsection.


SECTION 2. Section 9-112-220 of the Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby repealed in its entirety.












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ARTICLE 11. PUBLIC WAY FEES

SECTION 1. Section 2-102-080 ofthe Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding the language underscored, and by deleting the language struck through, as follows:

2-102-080 Legal descriptions and addresses - Vacations of the public way -Easements - Fees.

(Omitted text is not affected by this ordinance.)

(bB) (1) Vacations of the public way - Easements. The Commissioner of Transportation shall assess a non- refundable application fee of $1,025.00 $2,000.00 to process any application, submitted pursuant to the Department of Transportation's Street and Alley Vacation Program, seeking City Council authorization to vacate the public way or to obtain an easement on, over or under the public way. Provided, however, that if the applicant is a unit of local government, a non refundable application fee of $500.00 shall be assessed is a sister agency, no application fee shall be assessed.

(2) In addition to the application fee required under subsection (bB)(1) of this section, the applicant shall also be required to pay: (i) all third party costs incurred by the Department necessary or appropriate to ensure the validity ofthe land conveyance including but not limited to any costs associated with survey work, title work, appraisal of the real property or interest therein, recording of title and other associated expenses; and (ii) all third party costs necessary or appropriate to affect any utility relocation or adjustment including but not limited to all costs incurred in connection with the purchase and installation of new pipes or wires; and (iii) all third party costs necessary or appropriate to remove any objection identified by the Office of Underground Coordination or by any utility review board including but not limited to excavation costs, environmental remediation costs and disposal costs. Ifthe applicant fails to submit a completed application in a timely manner or fails to meet any deadline necessary to complete the vacation or conveyance process, re-application shall be required and a non-refundable re-application fee of $500.00 $1,000.00 shall be assessed. Provided, however, that if the person submitting the re-application is a unit of local government, a re-application fee of $250.00 shall be assessed. Provided, however, that ifthe applicant is a sister agency, no application fee shall be assessed.

(Omitted text is not affected by this ordinance.)


SECTION 2. Section 10-28-281.3 ofthe Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding the language underscored, and by deleting the language struck through, as follows:

10-28-281.3 Permit fees.

(B) Obstruction of public way - initial permit fees. An application for Fof an obstruction of the public way permit shall include a permit application fee set by the Commissioner. Beginning January 1, 2021, and each year on January 1st thereafter, this permit application fee shall automatically be increased in proportion to any increase in the CPI, as defined in Section 10-29-040, up to 2.5 percent in any one year, or in an amount that the Commissioner determines is supported by the costs associated with administering such permit The Commissioner shall ensure such permit fee is published on a publicly accessible website. A permittee shall also be responsible for additional charges above the cost of the permit

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application fee as described in this section, within Within the Central Business District, for the first 180 days for a Type I and Type III activity and for the first 540 days for a Type II activity, the permit fees per month for each foot of frontage obstructed shall be as follows:

(Omitted text not affected by this ordinance.)

(C) Type I and Type III activity fees - after first 180 days. In the event that the permittee seeks to continue its permitted status for a Type I or Type III activity after 180 days, the fees for each month of each foot of frontage used shall be as follows: set forth in this subsection, except that after 720 days, and every 180 days thereafter, the monthly fee shall increase by an additional $2.00 ($4.00 in the Central Business District) for each foot of frontage obstructed forthe partial closure of a sidewalk or parkwav, and by an additional $4.00 ($8.00 in the Central Business District) for each foot of frontage obstructed for the total closure of a sidewalk or parkway. Such fee shall be calculated based on the total continuous days for which the sidewalk or parkwav is obstructed, notwithstanding any change in permittee.

(Omitted text not affected by this ordinance.)


SECTION 3. Section 10-28-799 ofthe Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding the language underscored, as follows:

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

(Omitted text not affected by this ordinance.)

(G) Permit fee. An application for a dumpster permit shall include the permit application fee set by the Commissioner. Beginning January 1, 2021, and each year on January 1st thereafter, this permit application fee shall automatically be increased in proportion to any increase in the CPI, as defined in Section 10-29-040, up to 2.5 percent in any one year, or in an amount that the Commissioner determines is supported by the costs associated with administering such permit. The Commissioner shall ensure such permit fee is published on publicly accessible website. A permittee shall also be responsible for additional charges above the cost ofthe permit application fee as described in this section. The'permit fee for each dumpster permitted pursuant to this section shall be as follows:

(Omitted text not affected by this ordinance.)



ARTICLE III. PERMIT AND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW FEES.


SECTION 1. Section 17-13-0103 ofthe Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding the language underscored, and by deleting the language struck through, as follows:

17-13-0103 Fifing Application Fees.

17-13-0103-A Applications must be accompanied by the following fees:



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Application Type Fee
Applications filed by Mayor, Council members, City Departments, Public Bodies/Agencies None
Plats
New Construction and Additions to Existinq Construction
^tn ipti iroc* 10 000 pni nrr» foot nr lo^^ Anv Electronic review: $75 In-person review: $1,500
Oil UVjLUIUo 1 \J,yj\J\J M|UiJI C ICC l III Jl Cd KJi 1 COO AAf ly floor area
Electronic $250 dIus $25 oer 1 000 square
oiruciures peiween iu,uuu—iuu.uuu square feet in aroa ¦ | 11 III • w h-* 1 W4 4_ \s tw* %^ | R . w W V*/ ^JT ^—4 1*4 1 \^ foot In npr^nrv 000 nln^ iii uciol/ii. \i>\jf\j\j\J uiuo vpovj (JCI l,CVJVJ square feet
Electronic" $2 500 plus $25 per 2 500
ouuLiiures exccening—iuu,uuu square reex in died square feet In npi-cnrv M 1 |Jd OUI 1. 4W , |JIUO vpiJVJ pel c,UUU square feet
Repairs/Alterations to Existing Construction
Residential construction, 5 units or less Electronic review: $§0 $75 In-person review: $1,500
Residential construction, exceeding 5 units Electronic review: $75 In-person review: $1,500
Nonresidential construction Electronic review: $75 In-person review: $1,500
No plans required $50
Public Notice $25
Zoning Map Amendments (Rezonings) $1,000
Special Use $1,000
Planned Development $1,500
Air Rights Planned Development $1,000 + $200/net developable acre as measured at the established air rights plane
Lake Michiqan and Lakefront Protection $1,500
Ordinance Application Fee
Variation $500
Administrative Adjustment $500
Advisory Opinion $150
Reinspection $100
Inspection of Motor Vehicle Repair Shop $75 annually
Sign Permit - on premises $200
Sign Permit - off premises $500
Appeal $500



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(Omitted text is not affected by this ordinance.)

17-13-0103-D Additional In-Person Review Fee. Each additional in-person review shall require payment of an additional fee of $1.500.


17-13-0103-E Review Fees. Additional zoning review fees, based on area of work, shall be due and paid to the City of Chicago in the same manner provided in Section 14A-4-412 as follows:

Application Type Fee
Application without plans reguired None
Area of work less than 10,000 sguare feet None
Area of work between 10,000 and 100,000 sguare feet Electronic review: $175 plus $25 per 1,000 sguare feet or fraction thereof. In-person: $3,500 plus $50 per 1,000 sguare feet or fraction thereof.
Area of work exceeding 100,000 square feet Electronic review: $2,425 plus $25 per 2,500 sguare feet or fraction thereof. In-person: $5,000 plus $50 per 1,000 sguare feet or fraction thereof.

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


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

17-13-0610 Effect of Planned Development Approval. After the adoption of a planned development ordinance, every application for a permit or license within the planned development boundaries must be reviewed by the Zoning Administrator for a determination that the proposed use, building or structure complies with all provisions of the planned development ordinance. A The review fee of is $0.50 per square foot of buildable floor area, will be assessed One-half of the review fee is due at the time of Plan Commission review, and one-half of the review fee is due at the time of permit review. If the buildable floor area square footage changes between Plan Commission review and permit review, the total review fee will be prorated, accordingly, at the time of permit review. Zoning and occupancy certificates may be issued by the Zoning Administrator for uses, buildings or structures within the planned development only upon his written approval. Any permit, license or certificate issued in conflict with the planned development ordinance is null and void.



ARTICLE IV. PARKING FEES.


SECTION 1. Section 2-32-093 ofthe Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding the language underscored, and by deleting the language struck through, as follows:
2-32-093 Comptroller - Parking and parking administrator.



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(Aa) The comptroller Comptroller shall serve ex officio as the traffic administrator Traffic Compliance Administrator provided for in section Section 9-100-010 of this cede Code, and in that capacity, the comptroller Comptroller has the power to appoint ticketing agents, who may include a person, or the person's designee, acting pursuant to a concession agreement with the city City governing the operation, maintenance, improvement, installation and removal of, and collection of fees from certain designated parking meters, for purposes of enforcing parking laws and regulations.

(Bb) In addition to the powers authorized in subsection (a), the comptroller Comptroller has the following powers and duties^
Subject to subsection (Bb)(4), to operate off-street parking facilities owned by the city City, and to collect all fees and charges for the use of such facilities;
To administer Chapter 9-100 of this Code;
To negotiate and enter into intergovernmental agreements with the Illinois Secretary of State, and with other vehicle authorities and state agencies responsible for collecting and maintaining vehicle-related and driver-related information, for the purpose of sharing information relevant to motor vehicle registration and ownership and eligibility for parking-related privileges. Such agreements may include terms relating to indemnification by the City of Chicago and/or the payment of fees for such information, subject to the appropriation of funds;
To direct the operation, maintenance, improvement, installation and removal of, and collection of fees from, parking meters consistent with the provisions ofthe code, and to determine comparable meter revenue rates pursuant to Section 9-68-050; provided however that if the city council Citv Council authorizes a concession agreement for the operation, improvement, installation, removal and maintenance of, and collection of fees from, certain designated parking meters, all powers provided for in subsections (Bb)(1) and (4) ofthis section shall be performed consistent with the terms of such concession agreement;
To negotiate and enter into, subject to the approval of the city council City Council, licensing agreements or intergovernmental agreements forthe use ofthe parking and compliance violation system, including any agreement forthe marketing thereof.
Subject to any Illinois statutory reguirements governing jurisdiction over the public way, to negotiate and enter into agreements with any Sister Agency, as that term is defined in Section 1-23-010, or the Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority ("Authority"), for enforcement of Chapter 9-64 on public ways, parking lots, and other property owned or controlled by the Sister Agency or Authority.


SECTION 2. Section 9-4-010 ofthe Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding the language underscored as follows:
9-4-010 Definitions.

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



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(Omitted text is not affected by this ordinance.)
"Traffic control devices" means all signs, signals, markings, and devices placed or erected under authority of the city council or located on property owned or controlled by a Sister Agency* as that term is defined in Section 1-23-010, or the Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority, for the purpose of regulating,, warning, or guiding traffic.

(Omitted text is not affected by this ordinance.)

SECTION 3. Section 9-64-010 ofthe Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding the language underscored as follows:
9-64-010 Applicability - Exemptions.
(a) The provisions of the traffic code prohibiting the standing or parking of vehicles shall apply at all times or at those times therein specified or as indicated on official signs, where required, except when it is necessary to stop a vehicle to avoid conflict with other traffic or in compliance with the directions of a police officer, traffic control aide or official traffic-control device.
(Omitted text is not affected by this ordinance.)
(d) The violations set forth in this chapter shall apply to the public way and to Sister Agency or Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority property subject to an intergovernmental agreement entered into pursuant to Section 2-32-093(b)(6).


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

Notwithstanding any prior ordinance establishing a different rate, the rates for parking in a parking meter zone or space or a City-owned lot comprised of parking meters that are controlled by the Department of Finance or subject to any concession agreement approved by the City Council for operation, maintenance, improvement, installation and removal of and collection of fees from, certain designated parking meters, shall be as follows:
Except as provided in subsection (d), within the area bounded by the south side of Congress Parkway on the south, Lake Michigan on the east, the north side of Wacker Drive on the north, and the west side of Wacker Drive on the west, the fee shall be $6.50 $7.00 per hour.
Except as provided in subsection (d), the fee shall be $4.50 per hour within the area bounded by as follows: beginning at the center point ofthe intersection of Roosevelt Road and Halsted Street, then continuing east on the south side of Roosevelt Road on the south, to the shoreline of Lake Michigan on the east, thence north to the north side of North Avenue^ on the north thence west to the west side of Halsted Street, thence south to the north side of Grand Avenue, thence west to the west side of Ashland Avenue, thence south to the south side of Van Buren Street, thence east to and the west side of Halsted Street on the west, thence south to the south side of Roosevelt Road, excluding the area within the boundaries designated in subsection (a) of this section, the fee shall be $4.00 per hour.


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Except as provided in subsections (d), (e), and (g), within all areas ofthe City, except forthe areas within the boundaries designated in subsections (a) and (b) ofthis section, the fee shall be $2.00 per hour.
Within any area where a parking meter operates 24 hours per day, the rate shall be fifty percent ofthe applicable rate set forth in subsections (a), (b) and (c) above and subsection (e) below during the following hours:

Within the boundaries ofthe area set forth in subsection (a), between 9:00 P.M. and 8:00 A.M.;
For the 400 and 500 blocks of North Kingsbury Street, between midnight
and 8:00 A.M.;
For all other areas, between 10:00 P.M. and 8:00 A.M.
Notwithstanding the above, the rates shall be:
(1) at the following locations, the rate shall be $.50 per hour:
the 2800 block of South Wabash Avenue, both sides of the street;
the 1200 block of West Greenleaf Avenue, north side of the street;
and
1.3 Recreation Drive, from 3869 through and including 4000.
[Reserved.] For parking meter fees set forth in subsections (a), (b), and (c) of this section, each year the Comptroller shall raise, if necessary, the following year's respective parking meter rates—effective each January 1—to an amount of one plus the percentage change in the Consumer Price Index for all Urban Consumers for all items published by the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, from the base measure of December 31, 2013, to the August of the current year, multiplied by the respective parking meter rate in effect at the base measure, rounded to the nearest Quarter ($0.25).
The rate in a commercial loading zone established in Section 9-64-165 shall be $3.50 per 15 minutes.
Notwithstanding the above, if, in the determination ofthe Comptroller, a reduction in the parking meter rates for certain locations of the City would result in more efficient traffic flow or reduction of traffic congestion in that location, the Comptroller may reduce the parking meter rates for that particular location; provided that the reduction shall not be greater than twenty-five percent ofthe applicable rate for that location.

(i) This section shall not apply to Chicago Park District parking meters.










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SECTION 5. Section 9-64-206 ofthe Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding the language underscored, and by deleting the language struck through, as follows:
9-64-206 Parking meters - Hours of operation.

Notwithstanding any prior ordinance establishing different hours of operation, the hours of operation for a parking meter, except as provided by subsections (g), (h), and (i), and (j) shall be as follows:
(Omitted text is not affected by this ordinance.)
(b) In addition to the hours provided in subsection (d), on all other streets that are not residential streets (non-residential streets), parking meters shall operate from 8:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M., Monday through Saturday, except meters shall operate:
Twenty-four hours per day, Monday through Sunday:
1.1 within the boundaries of the area set forth in Section 9-64-205(a);
From 8:00 A.M. to midnight, Monday through Sunday, within the area bounded on the east by Lake Michigan, on the north by the north side of Division Street, on the west by the west side of Halsted Street running south to the east bank of the North Branch Canal and then running south to the east bank ofthe Chicago River, and on the south by the north bank ofthe Chicago River, and at such other locations as the Citv Council may select.
(Omitted text is not affected by this ordinance.)
(j) This section shall not apply to Chicago Park District parking meters.


SECTION 6. Section 9-64-207 ofthe Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding the language underscored, and by deleting the language struck through, as follows:
9-64-207 Parking meter increments and maximum periods for parking.
Except as provided in subsections (c) and (d), the comptroller Comptroller shall determine the minimum time increment that may be purchased at a parking meter; provided, however, that the minimum time increment shall not be more than twenty minutes.
Notwithstanding any prior ordinance establishing maximum periods that a vehicle may park or stand at a meter, the comptroller Comptroller shall determine and post, or cause to be posted, on the meter the applicable maximum periods that may be purchased at a parking meter.
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SECTION 7. Section 9-64-208 ofthe Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding the language underscored, and by deleting the language struck through, as follows:

9-64-208 Monthly parking for city parking lots.

(a) Notwithstanding section 9-64-205, metered parking spaces in the city parking lots designated below are authorized to be used for monthly parking at the following rates:

Rate for monthly parking Designated city lot
ff) $75.00 1130 West Lawronco Avonuo
(I) $75.00 $85.00 3120 North Greenview Avenue
(2) $75.00 $85.00 1530 West Barry Avenue
{4) (3) $75.00 $85.00 1635 West Melrose Street
(§) $75.00 1217 North Bosworth Avenue
(§) (4) $65.00 $75.00 2630 North Emmett Street
(7-) (5) $40.00 4030 North Laporte Avenue
fS) (6) $40.00 1752 West 95th Street
(9) $40.00 9448 South Pleasant Avonuo
(44) (7] $40.00 1938 West Monterey Avenue
(44) (8) $40.00 1835 West 95th Street
The comptroller Comptroller shall notify the general public of the availability of monthly parking permits for the designated city lots. The number of permits issued for any designated city lot shall not exceed the number of parking spaces located in that lot. The purchase of a monthly parking permit does not reserve or guarantee any parking space in the lot.
The comptroller Comptroller, or his designee, is authorized to issue such permits on a first-come non-discriminatory basis. The permit shall evidence the required payment and shall be considered as putting the parking meter where such person parks into operation, pursuant to section 9-64-190. The person shall display the permit in a publicly visible location as directed by the comptroller Comptroller.
This section shall not replace any other more restrictive parking restrictions and does not relieve a person from the duty to observe other and more restrictive provisions prohibiting or limiting the standing or parking of vehicles in specified places or at specified times.
Any revenue collected pursuant to this section that is from parking meters that are subject to a concession agreement approved by the city council Citv Council for the operation, maintenance, improvement, installation and removal of, and the collection of fees from, certain designated parking meters, shall be allocated to the extent provided by such agreement. Any revenue collected from parking meters not subject to any such agreement shall be deposited into the corporate fund.
The comptroller Comptroller is authorized to promulgate rules and regulations for the administration ofthis section.





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

Violation - Penalty.

(Omitted text is not affected by this ordinance.)

(b) The fines listed below shall be imposed for a violation of the following sections of the traffic code:
Traffic Code Section



$65.00 $70.00
(Omitted text is not affected by this ordinance.)


SECTION 9. The Comptroller is directed to install parking meters on:
North side of West Washington Boulevard from North Peoria Street to North Sangamon Street
North side of West Washington Boulevard from North Carpenter Street to North Aberdeen Street
Both sides of West Washington Boulevard from North Aberdeen Street to North Ogden Avenue
Both sides of West Randolph Street from North Halsted Street to North Ogden Avenue
Both sides of West Lake Street from North Halsted Street to North Ogden Avenue
Both sides of West Fulton Market from North Halsted Street to North Ogden Avenue
Both sides of West Wayman St from North Halsted Street to North Sangamon Street
Both sides of West Carroll Avenue from North Morgan Street to North Ogden Avenue
Both sides of North Green Street from West Wayman Street to West Washington Boulevard
West side of North Green Street from West Washington Boulevard to West Madison Street
Both sides of South Green Street from West Madison Street to West Monroe Street
Both sides of North and South Peoria Street from the railroad tracks to West Monroe St
Both sides of North Sangamon Street from West Wayman St to West Madison Street
Both sides of North and South Morgan Street from the railroad tracks to West Monroe Street


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Both sides of North and South Carpenter Street from West Carroll Avenue to West Madison St
Both sides of North and South Aberdeen Street from West Carroll Avenue to West Rundell Place
Both sides of North May Street from West Carroll Avenue to West Madison Street
Both sides of North Racine Avenue from West Carroll Avenue to West Madison Street
East side of South Racine Avenue from West Madison Street to West Monroe Street
West side of South Racine Avenue from West Madison Street to the first driveway south
Both sides of North Elizabeth St from West Carroll Avenue to West Madison St
East side of North Throop Street from West Washington Boulevard to West Madison Street
Both sides of South Throop Street from West Madison Street to the first alley south
Both sides of North Ada Street from West Carroll Avenue to West Madison Street
Both sides of South Laflin from West Madison Street to the first driveway south
West side of South Halsted Street from West Madison Street to West Adams Street
Both sides of West Grand Avenue from North May Street to North Ogden Avenue
East side of North Milwaukee Avenue from North Sangamon Street to North Morgan Street

The parking meters shall operate during the hours set forth in 9-64-206(b)(2).


SECTION 10. The Comptroller is directed to install parking meters on:
East side of North Franklin Street from West Adams Street to West Washington Boulevard
South side of West Adams Street from South Franklin Street to South Clark Street
South side of East and West Adams Street from South Dearborn Street to South Wabash Street
North side of East Jackson Boulevard from South State Street to South Wabash Street
North side of West Jackson Boulevard from South LaSalle Street to South Clark Street
North side of West Jackson Boulevard from South Franklin Street to South Wells Street
South side of West Monroe Street from South Dearborn Street to South State Street
Both sides of South LaSalle Street from West Monroe Street to West Adams Street
East side of South LaSalle Street from West Calhoun Place to West Monroe Street



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West side of South Clark Street from West Madison Street to West Monroe Street
East side of North Upper Wacker Drive from West Randolph Street to West Lake Street

The parking meters shall operate during the hours set forth in 9-64-206(b)(1).



ARTICLE V. PUBLIC UTILITY FEES.


SECTION 1. Chapter 11-12 ofthe Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding the language underscored, as follows:
11-12-010 Definitions.
For purposes ofthis chapter, the following definitions shall apply:
(Omitted text not affected by this ordinance.)
"Owner" means any person who alone, or jointly or severally with others, is: (1) the legal title holder or holders to any premises, or dwelling units, with or without accompanying actual possession thereof; (2) the beneficial owner or owners of an Illinois Land Trust if legal title is held by such a trust; (3) the purchaser under a real estate installment sales contract; (4) any person serving as executor, administrator, trustee, or guardian of an estate if legal title is held by the estate; or (5) any person, including the agent ofthe legal title holder, who is authorized or entitled to control, manage or dispose of any premises, dwelling or dwelling unit.

(Omitted text not affected by this ordinance.)

11-12-330 Liability for charges.

The owner or owners of a property, location or address where water or water service is supplied shall be jointly and severally responsible for payment for any water or water service supplied. Upon a determination that any owner did not timely pay his water or sewer charges, the comptroller may institute collection action with the department of administrative hearings by forwarding a copy of a notice of violation or a notice of hearing, which has been properly served, to the department of administrative hearings. The billing statement, notice of a water service charge or notice of delinquent payment of a water service charge shall be prima facie evidence that the owner identified in the statement or notice shall be liable for such charge and any delinquent payment fee.

(Omitted text not affected by this ordinance.)









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SECTION 2. Chapter 11-12 ofthe Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding a new Section 11-12-483, as follows:

11-12-483 Suspension of new charges.
Upon the Department's termination of nonmetered water service to any building, structure, or premises, the charges for water service shall be prorated through the date of such termination, and no new charges for water service shall be assessed unless and until water service is restored.
Assessment of charges shall resume on the date of the restoration of service.
When water service has been restored without authorization of the Commissioner, and no date of restoration can be determined, charges for water service shall resume and shall be charged back to the date of shut-off.
This section shall not be construed to suspend any penalties or fines on any past due amounts.


SECTION 3. Chapter 11-12 ofthe Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding a new Section 11-12-550, as follows:

11-12-550 Utility Billing Relief Pilot Program.
Title. This section shall be known and cited as the Utility Billing Relief Pilot Program.
Purpose. The Utility Billing Relief Pilot Program is intended to address City water and sewer bills for the most vulnerable, low-income homeowners, especially those with past due debt, who are at risk of having their water service shut off.
(c) Definitions. For purposes ofthis section, the following definitions shall apply:
"Anniversary Date" means the date one year from a Participant's enrollment in
the UBR.

"Comptroller" means the Comptroller of the City of Chicago, or the Comptroller's
designee.
"Homeowner" means the Owner and occupant of a single family or two-unit residence located in the City of Chicago.

"LIHEAP" means the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, codified at 42 U.S.C. §8621-8630.

"Participant" means a participant in the UBR.

"Reduced Rate" means a 50% reduction in the ordinary charges for water service imposed in Chapter 11-12, sewer service imposed in Chapter 3-12, and a corresponding



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reduction in the Chicago Water and Sewer Tax imposed in Chapter 3-80. Reduced Rate does not include the charge for refuse collection imposed in Article II of Chapter 7-28.

"UBR" means the Utility Billing Relief Pilot Program created by this section.
Program.

Eligibility. A Homeowner who is eligible to participate in the UBR and applies to the Comptroller may become a Participant. In order to become a Participant, a Homeowner must own and occupy the single-family or two-unit residence in the City of Chicago for which participation in the UBR is sought, and must meet the eligibility criteria to participate in the LIHEAP with the exception of any United States citizenship requirement; provided, however, that a Homeowner does not need to participate in the LIHEAP in order to be eligible for the UBR. A Homeowner who receives an exemption under Section 3-12-050 shall not be eligible to simultaneously participate in the UBR. A Participant who does not successfully complete the UBR two times shall no longer be eligible to participate in the UBR.
Billing and payment. Upon acceptance and enrollment in the UBR, the City shall bill, and the Participant shall pay, the Reduced Rate for a period of one year in order to successfully complete the UBR. A Participant shall not be required to make any payment toward a past due balance while enrolled in the UBR. During participation in the UBR, a Participant is exempt from having water shut off; the assessment of additional penalties and interest on any past due charges incurred before becoming a Participant, or charges incurred while a Participant; and referral for debt collection.
Successful completion. A Participant who has made payment for all Reduced Rate bills issued by the City during the UBR by the Anniversary Date shall have any past due balance incurred before enrollment in the UBR forgiven. A successful Participant who continues to meet enrollment eligibility requirements may re-enroll in the UBR.
Unsuccessful completion. A Participant who has not made payment for all Reduced Rate bills issued by the City during the UBR by the Anniversary Date shall have any past due balance, including penalties and interest, incurred before enrollment in the UBR reinstated to the Participant's account, in addition to any past due balance incurred during the UBR, and the Participant shall be required to make full payment of such past due balance. Such past due balance shall not have incurred any additional penalties or interest during participation in the UBR. The Participant may be eligible to participate in a payment plan to resolve the outstanding debt. If all criteria are met, an unsuccessful Participant may be eligible to re-enroll in the UBR, provided that the Participant has not been unsuccessful in completing the UBR on two occasions.
Rules. The Comptroller is authorized to adopt such rules as the Comptroller may deem necessary forthe proper implementation, administration, and enforcement ofthis section.
In furtherance of administering this section, the Comptroller shall have the authority to enter into an agreement with the Community and Economic Development Association of Cook County ("CEDA"), or any successor agency that administers the LIHEAP in Cook County, to administer outreach and enrollment activity for the UBR. Such agreement may contain terms and conditions that the Comptroller deems appropriate, and the Comptroller shall have the authority to perform any and all acts as shall be necessary or advisable in connection



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with such agreement and any renewals thereto, including the expenditure of duly appropriated funds.

(g) By March 1, 2021, and on March 1st of each subsequent year that the UBR is in
effect, the Comptroller shall provide a report to the City Council Committee on Finance
evaluating the UBR's effectiveness in achieving its stated purpose.

(h) Unless otherwise provided by ordinance, the UBR shall sunset on December 31,
2021.



ARTICLE VI. INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT WITH THE BOARD OF
EDUCATION OF THE CITY OF CHICAGO.


The Chief Financial Officer or her designee is hereby authorized to execute and deliver an intergovernmental agreement ("CBE Agreement") with the Board of Education ofthe City of Chicago ("CBE") providing for the City to receive an annual reimbursement from the CBE for the CBE's portion ofthe City's contribution to the Municipal Employees' Annuity and Benefit Fund of Chicago, to amend and renew the CBE Agreement, and to enter into and execute all such other agreements and instruments, and to perform any and all acts as shall be necessary or advisable in connection with the implementation ofthe CBE Agreement, as may be amended, and any renewals thereto.



ARTICLE VII. LEASE TRANSACTION TAX.


SECTION 1. Section 3-32-030 ofthe Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding the language underscored, and by deleting the language struck through, as follows:

3-32-030 Tax imposed.

(Omitted text not affected by this ordinance.)
B. 1 In the case of the nonpossessory lease of a computer primarily for the purpose of allowing the customer to use the provider's computer and software to input, modify or retrieve data or information that is supplied by the customer, the rate ofthe tax imposed by this chapter shall be §t2§ 7.25 percent of the lease or rental price.

(Omitted text not affected by this ordinance.)










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SECTION 2. Section 3-32-050 ofthe Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding the language underscored, and by deleting the language struck through, as follows:

3-32-050 Exempt leases, rentals or uses.

A. Notwithstanding any other provision ofthis chapter, the following leases, rentals or uses shall be exempt from the tax imposed by this chapter:

(Omitted text is not affected by this ordinance.)

(6) The lease, rental or use of a ground transportation vehicle, as that term is defined by Chapter 3-46 of this Code, for the purpose of providing ground transportation, but only if the lessor is subject to the Chicago ground transportation tax with respect to such vehicle. This exemption is not available to a transportation network provider, transportation network driver, or transportation network vehicle owner.

(Omitted text is not affected by this ordinance.)



ARTICLE VIII. GROUND TRANSPORTATION TAX.


SECTION 1. Chapter 3-46 ofthe Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding the language underscored, and by deleting the language struck through, as follows:
3-46-020 Definitions.

When any ofthe following words or terms are used in this chapter, they shall have the meaning set forth below:

(Omitted text is not affected by this ordinance.)

E.1 "Navy Pier" has the meaning ascribed to the term in 70 ILCS 210/2, located in the area bounded by the north side of (and including) Grand Avenue on the north, the shoreline of Lake Michigan on the east, the south side of (and including) Illinois Street on the south, and the east side of (and not including) Streeter Drive on the west.

(Omitted text is not affected by this ordinance.)

I. "Transportation network driver", "transportation network licensee", "transportation network provider", "transportation network service", aftd "transportation network vehicle", and "wheelchair-accessible transportation network vehicle" have the meanings ascribed to these terms in Section 9-115-010 ofthis Code.

J. "Transportation network vehicle owner" means any person who has registered or titled a vehicle with any state or the District of Columbia if the vehicle is used to provide transportation network service.

K. "Downtown Zone" means the entire portion ofthe City, excluding Navy Pier, bounded as follows: beginning at the intersection ofthe shoreline of Lake Michigan and North


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Boulevard extended to the shoreline of Lake Michigan; thence west on and including the north side of North Boulevard extended to the shoreline of Lake Michigan to North Avenue; thence west on and including the north side of North Avenue to the North Branch ofthe Chicago River; thence southeasterly along the North Branch Canal ofthe Chicago River to the North Branch of the Chicago River; thence southeasterly along the North Branch ofthe Chicago River to Grand Avenue; thence west on and including the north side of Grand Avenue to Ashland Avenue; thence south on and including the west side of Ashland Avenue to Van Buren Street; thence east on and including the south side of Van Buren Street to Desplaines Street; thence south on and including the west side of Desplaines Street to Roosevelt Road; thence east on and including the south side of Roosevelt Road extended to the shoreline of Lake Michigan; thence north along the shoreline of Lake Michigan to the place ofthe beginning. The term "Downtown Zone" does not include Navy Pier.

L "Single ride" means any ride provided to a transportation network service passenger who did not reguest a shared ride. The term "single ride" does not include a wheelchair-accessible ride.

M. "Shared ride" means any ride provided to a transportation network service passenger who reguested through the provider's Internet-enabled application or digital platform to share the ride with one or more other passengers who: (i) separately reguested through the provider's Internet-enabled application or digital platform to share a ride; and (ii) may be picked up at the discretion ofthe transportation network provider, regardless of whether such reguest is met. The term "shared ride" does not include: (A) a ride provided to transportation network service passengers who reguested a single ride and opted to share the fare; and (B) a wheelchair-accessible ride.

N. "Wheelchair-accessible ride" means any ride provided to a transportation network service passenger who, directly or through someone acting on that person's behalf, requested a wheelchair-accessible transportation network vehicle through the provider's Internet-enabled application or digital platform, and who is transported in such vehicle while seated in a wheelchair.
O. "Weekdays" means Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. 3-46-030 Tax imposed.
(Omitted text is not affected by this ordinance.)
B. (1) The rate of the tax shall be in accordance with the following schedule:
(Omitted text is not affected by this ordinance.)
(b) Except as otherwise provided in subsection (b-1), for ground transportation vehicles, other than taxicabs and pedicabs, with a seating capacity of ten or fewer passengers, $3.50 for each vehicle for each day the vehicle is used in the city to provide ground transportation.

(b-1) For ground transportation vehicles used in the city to provide transportation network service by transportation network drivers:




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(i) $5.55 for every ride that includes a pickup or drop-off, or both, at O'Hare International Airport, Midway International Airport, Navy Pier, or McCormick Place during 2018, and $5.60 for every such ride during 2019 and after; and

(it) in all other cases, $0.55 per vehicle per ride accepted during 2018, and $0.60 for every such ride during 2019 and after.
for every single ride during 2020 and after:

(A) $1.13 per vehicle per ride accepted;
(BJ an additional $1.75 per vehicle per ride accepted for every such ride that includes a pickup or drop-off, or both, between 6:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. on weekdays in the Downtown Zone; and

(C) an additional $5.00 per vehicle per ride accepted for every such ride that includes a pickup or drop-off, or both, at O'Hare International Airport, Midway International Airport, Navy Pier, or McCormick Place; and
for every shared ride during 2020 and after:

$0.53 per vehicle per ride accepted;
an additional $0.60 per vehicle per ride accepted for every such ride that includes a pickup or drop-off, or both, between 6:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. on weekdays in the Downtown Zone; and
an additional $5.00 per vehicle per ride accepted for every such ride that includes a pickup or drop-off, or both, at O'Hare International Airport, Midway International Airport, Navy Pier, or McCormick Place; and
for every wheelchair-accessible ride during 2020 and after: $0.53 per vehicle per ride accepted.

(Omitted text is not affected by this ordinance.)


SECTION 2. Chapter 9-115 of the Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding the language underscored, and by deleting the language struck through, as follows:

9-115-200 Service charges and fare rates.
Licensees may charge compensation for service based on distance travelled or time elapsed during service, or based on distance travelled and time elapsed during service, or a flat prearranged fare, or a suggested donation.
Any licensee shall display the licensee's fare rate, including any charge or fee associated with the fare, on such licensee's website and Internet-enabled application or digital platform used by the licensee to connect drivers and passengers. In addition, any licensee shall display a button for displaying a fare guote for any requested trip on the licensee's Internet-



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enabled application or digital platform in the same size and graphics as the licensee's trip request button.
Except as otherwise provided in Section 9-114-265, it is unlawful for a licensee or transportation network driver to charge passengers a fare greater than the fare rate shown on the licensee's Internet-enabled application or digital platform.
Within a reasonable time following the completion of a trip, a licensee shall transmit an electronic receipt to the passenger that lists:

the origin and destination ofthe trip:
the total time and distance ofthe trip; and
an itemization ofthe total fare paid.

9-115-210 Records and reports.
Every licensee shall keep accurate books and records of account of the licensee's operations at the licensee's place of business in the eCity for a minimum of three years. Such records shall be submitted for inspection upon the request of the Commissioner. Such records shall also be maintained in accordance with section 3-4-170 ofthis Code, and shall be produced in an electronic format or any other format required by the City.
Each licensee shall provide the following data to the Commissioner, on a quarterly basis and at such times and in a format and manner prescribed by the Commissioner in rules:

(4) the number and percentage ofthe licensee's customers within the city who requested wheelchair accessible vehicles and the number of filled requests;

(2) the number and percentage of rides requested and accepted, and the number of rides requested and not accepted, by the licensee's drivers, organized according to the geographic parameters and time frames specified by the Commissioner;

{3) information on any of the licensee's drivers who were alleged to have committed a violation of this chapter or their terms of service or who have been suspended or banned from driving forthe licensee, including any zero-tolerance complaints and the outcome of the investigation into those complaints;

(4) information on any accident or other incident that involved the licensee's driver and that was reported to the licensee, the cause of the incident, and the amount paid, if any, for compensation to any party in each incident. The report will contain information as to the date of the incident, the time of the incident, and the amount that was paid pursuant to the licensee's insurance policy. Also, the report will provide the total number of incidents involving the licensee's driver during the year;


drivers spent driving forthe licensee; and
Trip request data. A record of each request for a trip made through the licensee's Internet-enabled application or digital platform by a potential passenger;
Trip data. A record of each trip which shows where a passenger is picked up and dropped off;


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Driver data. A record of each ofthe licensee's drivers who is authorized to pick up passengers using the licensee's Internet-enabled application or digital platform;
Session data. A record of each driver session on the licensee's Internet-enabled application or digital platform. For purposes of this section, a driver's session begins when a licensee's driver activates a mode in the licensee's Internet-enabled application or digital platform, signaling the driver's readiness to receive and respond to trip reguests. For purposes of this section, a driver's session ends when the driver deactivates the mode and is no longer able to receive and respond to trip requests;
Vehicle data. A record of each vehicle that is used by each of the licensee's drivers for picking up passengers through the licensee's Internet-enabled application or digital platform;
Location data. For every transportation network vehicle and driver combination, location snapshots captured at specified intervals for all times the driver is in session, as defined in subsection (b)(4). Each snapshot shall indicate the vehicle's precise location and corresponding date and time;
Compensation data. A record of each of the licensee's drivers who is paid an hourly rate, and any other record needed to capture actual driver pay information that is not reflected in licensee's hourly rate compensation records;
Communication data. A record of each push notification or other message sent from the licensee to the licensee's drivers or customers intended to influence the drivers' movement or customers' behavior, exclusive of communication data regarding a customer's trip reguest and associated response; and
Real-time data, only Only for purposes of law enforcement or emergency response, real-time tracking ofthe licensee's drivers and vehicles, including access to the driver's identifying information, GPS location data, and whether or not the driver is engaged with a passenger. If specialized hardware or software is required for real- time tracking, the licensee shall provide the specialized hardware or software to the City.

(c) In addition to the requirements set forth in subsection (b) ofthis section and subject to subsection (d) of this section, the Commissioner may by rule reguire licensees to report data that the Commissioner deems to be reasonably necessary to enforce or administer this Chapter, or the ground transportation tax imposed in Chapter 3-46 of this Code.

(ed) Nothing provided in this This section shall not be construed to require licensees to provide personally identifiable passenger information to the City Commissioner. This subsection shall be construed to allow the Commissioner to reguire licensees to provide GPS or any other location data regarding the physical location ofthe licensee's vehicles as specified in this section or rules promulgated hereunder.

(de) Each data submission to the City pursuant to this section and any rules promulgated hereunder shall be accompanied by an attestation, made under penalty of perjury, that the data submitted is accurate and complete




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MOTOR VEHICLE LESSOR TAX.


Section 3-48-050 ofthe Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding the language underscored, and by deleting the language struck through, as follows:

3-48-030 Tax imposed.

(Omitted text is not affected by this ordinance.)
D. This tax shall not apply to; (i) any lessor who is a governmental body; (ii)nof shall it apply to any lessor of a ground transportation vehicle, as that term is defined by Chapter 3-46 of this code, but only with respect to ground transportation vehicles that it leases; or (iii)rtof shall it apply to any lessor upon whom the imposition ofthe tax would violate the United States Constitution or the constitution of the State of Illinois. The exemption set forth in Section D(ii) is not available to a transportation network provider, transportation network driver, or transportation network vehicle owner.

(Omitted text is not affected by this ordinance.)



ARTICLE X. REFUSE COLLECTION FEES.


SECTION 1. Section 7-28-230 ofthe Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding the language underscored, and by deleting the language struck through, as follows:

7-28-230 Location of standard and commercial refuse containers.

Standard and commercial refuse containers shall be placed for collection in the following manner:
(a) (1) Except as provided in Subsection subsection (a)(2) of this section, for alley collections, at the public alley lot line on the premises served so as to be immediately accessible to refuse collection vehicles. It shall be the duty of the property owner or his agent to provide suitable space at the such public alley lot line for such container; provided, however, that a container may be placed in the public way if: (i) the property does not have suitable space as determined by the Department of Streets and Sanitation and defined in the rules promulgated pursuant to this chapter, and (ii) the structure on the property was in existence on July 31, 1999.
(Omitted text is not affected by this ordinance.)








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SECTION 2. Section 7-28-235 ofthe Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding the language underscored, and by deleting the language struck through, as follows:

7-28-235 City refuse collection - Fee.

(a) The collection of refuse by Except as otherwise provided in this section, the City shall be the exclusive method for provider of refuse collection services to from the following, dwelling units identified in subsection (a)(1)(i) through (a)(1)(iv) ofthis section, and to the properties identified in subsection (a)(2) ofthis section, as long as they if such dwelling units or properties directly abut the public way and the refuse container is placed for collection in accordance with Section 7-28-230:
for dwelling units:

(Omitted text is not affected by this ordinance.)

(iii) a townhouse when the refuse container is placed for collection in the public way in compliance with section Section 7-28-230; or

(Omitted text is not affected by this ordinance.)
for all other premises property owned by a not-for-profit organization if such property was receiving City refuse collection services as of January 1, 2016; provided that:. Provided, however, that such not-for-profit organization shall be reguired to have its refuse collected by a private scavenger holding a valid license under Section 4-6-130 if: (A) such not-for-profit organization has net assets or fund balances of one million dollars ($1,000,000.00) or more at the end ofthe immediately preceding tax year or calendar year; or (B) the property owned by such not-for-profit organization either: (i) contains eleven or more garbage carts for refuse collection, or (ii) is determined by the Commissioner of Streets and Sanitation ("Commissioner") to reguire eleven or more garbage carts in order to prevent refuse from: (a) overflowing the carts provided, or (b) exceeding the capacity ofthe carts provided in a manner that prevents the lids of the carts provided from being securely fastened shut; or (c) creating other unsanitary conditions on the property; or (C) such not-for-profit organization fails to file with the Department of Finance a timely and completed application for an exemption from water charges within the meaning of Section 11-12-540(d). Provided further, that:

after written notification The Commissioner shall provide to the owner of such premises, any property that is ineligible for Citv refuse collection services under subsection (a)(2)(A), (a)(2)(B) or (a)(2)(C) ofthis section with written notification of such fact, which notification shall provide the owner with an opportunity to be heard by the Commissioner or the Commissioner's designee on the limited Question of whether the eligibility criteria for City refuse collection services have been met. Following such written notification, the Commissioner may shall cease providing City refuse collection services to from such premises property as of the date certain identified in the written notification, based upon available City resources or operational needs; or
after After written notification to the Commissioner of Streets and Sanitation, an owner of such premises any property that is eligible to receive Citv refuse collection services under this subsection (a)(2) may choose to provide for refuse collection by a licensed private scavenger in compliance with applicable provisions of this-Gode holding a valid license under Section 4-6-130.


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The Except as otherwise provided in subsection (c) ofthis section, the owner of any dwelling unit or premises property required to have City refuse collection pursuant to this section shall be responsible for payment of a refuse collection fee of $9.50 per month per dwelling unit or per premises property for those premises properties subject to subsection (a)(2). The billing of the refuse collection fee and penalties authorized by this section shall be added to and separately recited upon a unified statement of charges, as that term is defined in Section
11-12-010. The unified statement of charges shall be prepared and sent to the billed party in such time periods as established by the Comptroller and shall be subject to Section 11-12-480(c).
The amount ofthe fee imposed by this subsection shall not be subject to increase from 2016 through and including 2019.
The refuse collection fee for a person 65 years or older who (i) owns and resides in his own dwelling unit, and (ii) receive receives a Senior Citizen Assessment Freeze Homestead Exemption for that dwelling unit pursuant to 35 ILCS 200/15-172A shall be 50% of the refuse collection fee set forth in subsection (b). The Comptroller is authorized to promulgate rules forthe administration ofthis subsection, including any requirements for an application in a form and format prescribed by the Comptroller.

(Omitted text is not affected by this ordinance.)



ARTICLE XI. CANNABIS TAX.


SECTION 1. Title 3 of the Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding a new Chapter 3-51, as follows:

CHAPTER 3-51 CANNABIS TAX
3-51-010 Title.

This chapter shall be known and may be cited as the "Cannabis Tax Ordinance." The taxes imposed by this chapter are imposed in addition to all other taxes imposed by the City of Chicago, the State of Illinois or any other municipal corporation or political subdivision of the State of Illinois. Nothing in this chapter shall be construed to impose a tax upon any business or activity which, under the constitutions ofthe United States and the State of Illinois, may not be made the subject of taxation by the City.

3-51-020 Definitions.

The following definition shall apply for purposes of this chapter:

"Cannabis" has the meaning ascribed to that term in Section 1-10 of the Cannabis Regulation and Tax Act, codified at 410 ILCS 705/1-10.




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3-51-030 Tax imposed.

A tax is imposed on all persons engaged in the business of selling cannabis at retail in the City, pursuant to the Municipal Cannabis Retailers' Occupation Tax Law, 65 ILCS 5/8-11-22. The rate of the tax shall be three percent on the gross receipts from sales of cannabis made in the course of such business.

3-51-040 Rules, regulations and collection - Enforcement by state.

Pursuant to the Municipal Cannabis Retailers' Occupation Tax Law, 65 ILCS 5/8-11-22, the Illinois Department of Revenue shall have full power to collect, administer and enforce the tax imposed by Section 3-51-030 ofthis chapter and all civil penalties that may be assessed as an incident thereof for and on behalf ofthe City.

3-51-050 Sales not subject to tax.

Cannabis purchased under the Compassionate Use of Medical Cannabis Program Act, 410 ILCS 130/1, et seq., is not subject to the Cannabis Tax Ordinance pursuant to the Municipal Cannabis Retailers' Occupation Tax Law, 65 ILCS 5/8-11-22.



ARTICLE XII. DISSOLUTION OF THE CHICAGO INFRASTRUCTURE TRUST.

The Chief Financial Officer and the Budget Director are jointly authorized to execute one or more agreements with the Executive Director and the Board of Directors of the Chicago Infrastructure Trust ("CIT"), providing for the orderly dissolution of the CIT and the proper distribution of its assets. Such agreement(s) shall include, without limitation, provisions governing:

Disposition (by assignment, payment, redemption, termination, transfer or otherwise) of CIT contracts, obligations, procurements and projects.
Transfer to the City of CIT funds.
Transfer to the City of CIT tangible and intangible assets.
Transfer to the City of CIT accounts and other records.
A final audit and accounting of CIT activities.
City indemnification ofthe covered individuals for official acts undertaken within the scope of their duties for and on behalf of the CIT. "Covered individuals" shall mean Board members, the Executive Director, and persons employed by the CIT between May 1, 2019 and November 13, 2019.








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ARTICLE XIII. MISCELLANEOUS.


SECTION 1. Section 2-16-015(g) ofthe Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding the language underscored, as follows:
16-015 Executive Director - Powers and duties.

The Executive Director shall have general supervision over the Department and its employees, and also the following powers and duties:

(Omitted text is not affected by this ordinance.)

(g) To waive adoption and redemption fees, subject to objective criteria set forth in rules adopted by the Department, to further the Department's mission of increasing live outcomes;

(Omitted text is not affected by this ordinance.)


SECTION 2. Section 3-30-030 of the Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding the language underscored, and by deleting the language struck through, as follows:
30-030 Tax imposed.

Pursuant to 65 ILCS 5/11-42-5, except as otherwise provided by this chapter, a tax is hereby imposed on each place for eating located in the city. The rate of the tax shall be 0r2-§ 0.50 per cent of the selling price of all food and beverages sold at retail by the place for eating.


SECTION 3. Section 3-33-060 ofthe Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding the language underscored, as follows:

3-33-060 Exempt transfers.

Subject to the requirement contained in subsection 3-33-070(C) of this chapter, the following transfers are exempt from the tax or the specified portion of the tax imposed by this chapter:

(Omitted text is not affected by this ordinance.)

P. The transfer of title to or a beneficial interest in the primary residence of a legally recognized couple, from one member ofthe couple to the other, by order of court resulting from a legal separation or divorce proceeding.










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SECTION 4. Section 11-4-2190 ofthe Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding the language underscored, and by deleting the language struck through, as follows:

11-4-2190 Sandblasting, grinding and chemical washing of buildings, facilities or other structures; permit and notification requirements; performance standards for lead paint abatement; and disposal of debris.

(Omitted text not affected by this ordinance.)

(h) Permit fees. The fee for a permit to sandblast, grind, or chemically wash any building, structure, statue, or other architectural surface shall be $200.00 $150.00 per building, structure, statue, or other architectural surface for the first calendar month, and $100.00 per month for each calendar month, or fraction thereof, thereafter. The permit fee shall be waived for any unit of federal, state, or local government or school district.



ARTICLE XIV. SEVERABILITY AND REPEALER.


SECTION 1. The provisions of this ordinance are declared to be separate and severable. The invalidity ofany provision ofthis ordinance, or the invalidity ofthe application thereof to any person or circumstance, shall not affect the validity of the remainder of this ordinance, or the validity of its application to other persons or circumstances.


SECTION 2. All ordinances, resolutions, motions or orders inconsistent with this ordinance are hereby repealed to the extent of such conflict.



ARTICLE XV. EFFECTIVE DATES.


Following passage and publication, Article V, Section 2 ofthis ordinance, which adds a new Section 11-12-483 to the Municipal Code, shall take effect on January 1, 2021.

Following passage and publication, Article V, Section 3 ofthis ordinance, which adds a new section 11-12-550 to the Municipal Code, shall take effect on April 1, 2020.
Following passage and publication, Article VIII, Section 1 ofthis ordinance," which amends Sections 3-46-020 and 3-46-030 ofthe Municipal Code, shall take effect on January 6, 2020.

Article XII ofthis ordinance shall take effect upon passage, and-approval.

Following passage and publication, the remainder ofthis ordinance shall take effect on January 1, 2020.





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