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Record #: O2022-885   
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
Intro date: 3/23/2022 Current Controlling Legislative Body: Committee on Finance
Final action: 3/23/2022
Title: Extension of demolition permit surcharge ordinance until April 1, 2024.
Sponsors: Waguespack, Scott
Topic: MUNICIPAL CODE AMENDMENTS - Title 2 - City Government & Administration - Ch. 44 Dept. of Housing
Attachments: 1. O2022-885.pdf
CHICAGO March 23. 2022

To the President and Members of the City Council:

Your Committee on Finance having had under consideration a communication recommending a proposed ordinance concerning the authority to extend the demolition permit surcharge ordinance until April 1, 2024.

Direct Introduction





















Having had the same under advisement, begs leave to report and recommend that your Honorable Body pass the proposed


This recommendation was concurred in by viva voce vote of members of the
committee with|99|dissenting vote(s).

No. Lopez

Respectfully submitted,



(signed).

Chairman

Depaetment of Housing city of chicago



March 21, 2022


TO THE HONORABLE, THE CHAIRMAN AND MEMBERS OF THE CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE ON FINANCE

Ladies and Gentlemen:
I transmit herewith an ordinance extending the demolition permit surcharge ordinance until April 1,2024.
Your favorable consideration of this ordinance will be appreciated.


Very truly yours,




Marisa Novara, Housing Commissioner




















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ORDINANCE

WHEREAS, The City of Chicago (the "City") is a home rule unit of government pursuant to Article Vll, Section 6(a) of the 1970 State of Illinois Constitution and, as such, may exercise any power and perform any function pertaining to its government and affairs; and
WHEREAS, The City has determined that a shortage of affordable housing available to low-and moderate-income households is harmful to the health, prosperity, economic stability and general welfare of the City; and
WHEREAS, The City's current Five Year Housing Plan (2019-2023) recognizes that most ofthe City's existing affordable housing is in unsubsidized, naturally occurring housing, often in the form of older 2-flats and smaller multi-family residential buildings; and
WHEREAS, Protecting such naturally occurring affordable housing is critical to protecting vulnerable households from displacement; and
WHEREAS, Two particul...

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