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But the Department of Public Health said it was focusing its study on manganese on the Southeast Side.

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The zoning changes open the areas north and south of Goose Island to mixed-used residential projects.

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Ald. Michele Smith said it was beyond foolish to allow developers to determine zoning changes.

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Building owner laments "insane torture" of city regulations in what he called a misunderstanding.

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Ald. Brian Hopkins called for 70 percent of development fees to be spent in the 760 acres of the area.

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Professor Dick Simpson, a former aldermen, found divided votes have doubled in the mayor's second term.

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The Chicago Plan Commission approved the development at Sheridan Road and Devon Avenue.

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The Plan Commission unanimously approved the North Branch Industrial Corridor Modernization Plan.

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The North Branch Industrial Corridor Modernization Plan is now expected to be approved May 18.

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"Oh, I love this," said the previous owner at an informational hearing with the Landmarks Commission.

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The Department of Planning and Development set April 7 for the final public meeting on the plan.

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More cuts could be on the way after Gov. Bruce Rauner vetoed $215 million CPS had been counting on.

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The city's new lawyer is Edward Siskel, a nephew of the late film critic Gene Siskel.

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Only a fraction of Chicago homeowners claimed a property tax rebate, leaving a pot of cash available.

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The mayor posted the video just hours before the President headed home one last time.