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Record #: O2022-1217   
Type: Ordinance Status: Failed to Pass
Intro date: 4/27/2022 Current Controlling Legislative Body: Committee on Committees and Rules
Final action: 5/24/2023
Title: Amendment of Municipal Code Chapter 4-6 to repeal Section 4-6-230(g)(5) regarding booting of motor vehicles on private property
Sponsors: Reboyras, Ariel, Lopez, Raymond A.
Topic: MUNICIPAL CODE AMENDMENTS - Title 4 - Businesses, Occupations & Consumer Protection - Ch. 6 Regulated Business License
Attachments: 1. O2022-1217.pdf

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City Council Meeting May 25, 2022

To the President and Members of the City Council:

Your Committee on Committees and Rules, considered the following Report, Ordinances and Nominations when it met on May 24, 2022:
The approval of the February 2022 and March 2022, Monthly Rule 45 Reports for the Committee on Committees and Rules

Your Committee on Committees and Rules, recommends "do pass" of the following items:
Ordinance correcting the City Council Journal of Proceedings of December 15, 2021 (02021-466)
Recommendation to refer proposed ordinance amendment of Municipal Chapter 2-156 by modifying various section and adding new Section 2156-301 regarding governmental ethics (O2022-1100) to the Committee on Ethics and Government Oversight
^ 1217) to the Committee on License and Consumer Protection

5. Recommendation of a list of 14 nominees to the Mayor for consideration for appointment to the interim Community Commission for Public Safety and Accountability, including:

Andre Thomas Anthony Driver Mamayan Jabateh Yvette Loizon Ursula Ricketts Emma Lozano Remel Terry Bruce Washington

Cliff Nellis Oswaldo Gomez Patrick O'Connor Beth Brown LuisCarrizales Isaac Troncoso

This recommendation of each item was concurred in by the Committee on Committees and Rules.

Michelle Harris, Chairman Committee on Committees and Rules

WHEREAS, Chicago's retail establishments and restaurants have endured great economic hardship over the previous year and a half due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with many businesses suffering dramatic reductions in customer traffic; and
WHEREAS, In addition to providing financial assistance to struggling businesses, the City of Chicago has modified many of its business regulations at little or no cost to the taxpayers...

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