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Record #: O2020-5810   
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
Intro date: 12/10/2020 Current Controlling Legislative Body: Committee on Transportation and Public Way
Final action: 12/16/2020
Title: Grant(s) of privilege in public way for UPS Store
Sponsors: Sigcho-Lopez, Byron
Topic: PUBLIC WAY USAGE - Grants of Privilege
Attachments: 1. O2020-5810.pdf

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ORDINANCE UPS STORE Acct. No. 335364 -1 Permit No. 1146933


Se It Ordained by uie City Council ofthe City of Chicago:

SECTION 1. Permission and authority are hereby given and granted to UPS STORE, upon the terms and subject to the conditions of this ordinance to maintain and use one (1) sign(s) projecting over the public right-of-way attached to its premises known as 910 W. Van Buren St

Said sign structure(s) measures as follows; along W. Van Buren Street:

One (1) at twenty point zero eight (20.08) feet in length, two point five eight (2.58) feet in height and

ten (10) feet above grade level.

The location of said privilege shall be as shown on prints kept on file with the Department of Business«Affairs and Consumer Protection and the Office ofthe City Clerk.

Said privilege shail be constructed in accordance with plans and specifications approved by the Department of Transportation (Division of Project Development) and Zoning Department - Signs.

This grant of privilege in the public way shall be subject to the provisions of Section 10-28-015 and all other required provisions of the Municipal Code of Chicago.

The grantee shall pay to the City of Chicago as compensation for the privilege #1146933 herein granted the sum of three hundred ($300.00) per annum in advance.

A 25% penalty will be added for payments received after due date.

The permit holder agrees to hold the City of Chicago harmless for any damage, relocation or replacement costs associated with damage, relocation or removal of private property caused by the City performing work'in the public way.

Authority herein given and granted for a period of five (5) years from and after Date of Passage.






Byron Sigcho-Lopez 25th Ward








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Alderman Byron Sigcho-Lopez Ward # 25 City of Chicago City Hall, Room 304 121 North LaSalle Street Chicago, Illinois 60602

Re: An ordinance to use and maintain a portion of the public right-of-way for one (1) sign(s) for UPS STORE, adjacent to the premises known as 910 W. Van Buren St

Dear Alderman Byron Sigcho-Lopez:

The applicant referenced above has requested the use of the public right-of-way for a sign(s). An ordinance has been prepared by the Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection - Small Business Center -Public Way Use Unit for presentation to the City Council. Because this request was made for properties located in your ward, as approved by you as per the attached, I respectfully request that you introduce the attached ordinance at the next City Council meeting.

Ifyou have any questions regarding this ordinance, please contact Anthony Bertuca at (312) 744-5506.










Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection