However, city will rotate which runways are used at night to reduce the noise over some neighborhoods.
Ald. Edward Burke's Finance Committee took its meeting on the road to the new Prentice Women's Hospital.
Changes to the original plan were made, but the building still won't have retail space, officials said.
"Anything of potential value, the city is looking to sell," a city spokeswoman said.
So far in July, there have been 20 robberies and burglaries in Lakeview.
"They put the puck in the goal this time," said Ald. Walter Burnett Jr.
The bill was championed by the Fair Allocation in Runways Coalition.
Ald. Raymond Lopez wants to fine loud people at least $500 for being too noisy after 8 p.m.
Proposals to raise taxes are meant to "protect Chicago taxpayers' pockets," said Ald. Scott Waguespack.
Free popcorn, family brew recipes and the smell of bread in the air could soon be the norm on Devon.
The liquor moratorium was put in place after bad behavior, but new owners say this time it's different.
A recent incident involves a woman caught peeing in the lot asserting, "B–--- I pee where I want."
The 48-0 vote Wednesday came without debate or discussion.
Under the ban, drones also would be limited to flying no more than 400 feet off the ground.
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