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Record #: O2021-2058   
Type: Ordinance Status: Re-Referred
Intro date: 5/26/2021 Current Controlling Legislative Body: Committee on Committees and Rules
Final action:
Title: Amendment of form of Certified Service Provider License Agreement adopted by City Council on September 6, 2017
Sponsors: Villegas, Gilbert, Sadlowski Garza, Susan
Topic: AGREEMENTS - License, - CITY DEPARTMENTS/AGENCIES - Aviation
Attachments: 1. O2021-2058.pdf
Chicago City Council November 17, 2021 Referred to Committee on Workforce Development

SUBSTITUTE OR DINANCE
WHEREAS, labor disputes involving Service Providers at the Airports would impede the efficient and orderly provision of these critical Services to the traveling public; and
WHEREAS, in an ordinance adopted by the City Council of the City of Chicago ("City Council") on June 9, 1993 ("1993 Ordinance"), the Commissioner of Aviation was authorized to grant permits and promulgate rules and regulations relating to the Services at the Airports, and the 1993 Ordinance included, as an exhibit, the form of permit; and
WHEREAS, the form of permit approved in the 1993 Ordinance was updated and replaced in an ordinance adopted by the City Council on March 12. 2008 ("2008 Ordinance"), and the 2008 Ordinance included, as an exhibit, the updated form of permit; and
WHEREAS, the form of permit approved In the 2008 Ordinance was updated and replaced with a form of Certified Service Provider License Agreement "License" in an ordinance adopted by the City Council on September 6, 2017 ("2017 Ordinance"); and
WHEREAS, the City now desires to replace the form of License adopted in the 2017 Ordinance with the form of License attached to this ordinance as Exhibit A; and
WHEREAS, the City, as the operator of the Airports, seeks to require Service Providers to obtain Licenses to provide Services at the Airports in order to ensure airport safety and security; optimize the use of Airport facilities, including airfield space; eliminate congestion on the airfield; improve vehicle and equipment safety; and maintain a high quality of customer service to the traveling public at the Airports; and
WHEREAS, the City, as the operator of the Airports, seeks to reduce the potential for labor-related disruptions at the Airports by requiring Service Providers, as a condition of their License, to agree to enter into agreements with labor organizations representing or seeking to represent their employe...

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