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Record #: Or2021-74   
Type: Order Status: Passed
Intro date: 3/24/2021 Current Controlling Legislative Body: Committee on Zoning, Landmarks and Building Standards
Final action: 4/21/2021
Title: Historical landmark fee waiver for property at 26 W Chestnut St
Sponsors: Hopkins, Brian
Topic: HISTORICAL LANDMARKS - Permit Fee Waivers
Attachments: 1. Or2021-74.pdf
Committee on Zoning, Landmarks, and Building Standards
March 24, 2021



ORDER


WHEREAS, Section 2-120-815 ofthe Municipal Code provides that the Chicago City Council may by passage of an appropriate order waive any fees charged by the City for any permit for which approval of the Commission on Chicago Landmarks (the "Commission") is required, in accordance with chapter 2-120 of the Municipal Code; and
WHEREAS the permits identified below require Commission approval, in accordance with Section 2-120-740 ofthe Municipal Code; now, therefore,
BE IT ORDERED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHICAGO:
SECTION 1. The foregoing recitals are hereby adopted as the findings of the City Council.
SECTION 2. The Commissioners of the Departments of Buildings, Finance and Fire, and the Zoning Administrator are hereby directed to issue those permits for which approval of the Commission on Chicago Landmarks is required pursuant to Chapter 2-120 of the Municipal Code free of charge, notwithstanding any other ordinances of the City Council to the contrary, for the property at:

Address: 26 W. Chestnut Street ("Property")
District/Building: Washington Square Extension Landmark District
for work generally described as: The renovation of and rooftop addition to the existing masonry and frame
rowhouse.
Owner: Michael and Inna Bilmes Mintskovsky
Owner's Address: 26 W. Chestnut Street City, State, Zip: Chicago, Illinois 60610
SECTION 3. The fee waiver authorized by this Order shall be effective from 7/1/2021 through 6/30/2024, and shall not apply to additional developer service fees, stop-work order fees or any fines.
SECTION 4. That the permit purchaser for the Property shall be entitled to a refund of city fees for which it has paid and which are exempt pursuant to Section 1 hereof.

BRIAN HOPKINS Alderman, 2nd Ward
NOTE: This is NOT a permit, nor does it constitute a Letter of Approval for the above described work. A permit application for the work must be approved by the ...

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