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					1/12/95                REPORTS OF COMMITTEES                         64593


  Yeas - Aldermen Mazola, Haithcock, Tillman, Preckwinkle, Bloom, Steele,
Beavers, Dixon, Shaw, Buchanan, Huels, Fary, Olivo, Burke, Jones, Coleman,
Murphy, Rugai, Troutman, Evans, Munoz, Laski, Miller, Medrano, Ocasio,
Wateon, E. Smith, Burrell, Bialczak, Gabinski, Mell, Austin, Wojcik, Banks,
Giles, Allen, Laurino, O'Connor, Doherty, Natarus, Bernardini, Hansen,
Levar, Shiller, Schulter, M. Smith, Moore, Stone - 48.
  Nays — None.
  Alderman Natarus moved to reconsider the foregoing vote. The motion was
lost.




                 COMMITTEE ON THE BUDGET AND
                   GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS.



AUTHORIZATION FOR ACCEPTANCE OF GRANT FROM HEKTOEN
     INSTnUTE FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH AND UNITED
      STATES DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN
            SERVICES TO FUND CHICAGO fflV
              HEALTH AND PSYCHOLOGICAL
                  SUPPORT PROJECT.

  The Committee on the Budget and Government Operations submitted the
following report:

                                           CHICAGO, January 12,1995.

  To the President and Members of the City Council:
   Your Conimittee on the Budget and Government Operations, having had
 under consideration an ordinance authorizing the acceptance ofa grant from
 the Hektoen Institute for Medical Research and the United States
 Department of Health and Human Services necessary to fund the Chicago
 HIV Health and Psychological Support Project, having had the same under
 advisement, begs leave to report and recommend that Your Honorable Body
 Pass the proposed ordinance transmitted herewith.
64594              JOURNAL-CnY COUNCIL-CHICAGO                      1/12/95


    This recommendation was concurred in by a viva voce vote ofthe members
  ofthe conimittee.

                                          Respectfully submitted,
                               (Signed)   LORRAINE L. DIXON,
                                                         Chairman.


  On motion of Alderman Dixon, the said proposed ordinance transmitted with
the foregoing conimittee report was Passed by yeas and nays as follows:
  Yeas — Aldermen Mazola, Haithcock, Tillman, Preckwinkle, Bloom, Steele,
Beavers, Dixon, Shaw, Buchanan, Huels, Fary, Olivo, Burke, Jones, Coleman,
Murphy, Rugai, Troutman, Evans, Munoz, Laski, Miller, Medrano, Ocasio,
Watson, E. Smith, Burrell, Bialczak, Gabinski, Mell, Austin, Wojcik, Banks,
Giles, Allen, Laurino, O'Connor, Doherty, Natarus, Bernardini, Hansen,
Levar, Shiller, Schulter, M. Smith, Moore, Stone - 48.
  Nays - None.
  Alderman Natarus moved to reconsider the foregoing vote. The motion was
lost.
  The following is said ordinance as passed:

    WHEREAS, The City of Chicago (the "City") by and through its
  Department of Health (the "Department") has been awarded grant funds
  (the "Grant Funds") by the Hektoen Institute for Medical Research and the
  United States Department of Health and Human Services; and
    WHEREAS, The Department shall participate in a model program for a
  Community-Based Integrated Mental Health-HIV Primary Care Program to
  be called the Chicago HIV Health and Psychological Support Project (the
  'Trogram"); and
    WHEREAS, The Program will provide mental health services at
  Englewood and Lakeview Health Centers and increase access to, and the
  integration of, mental health services in primary care settings; now,
  therefore.
  Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of Chicago:
    SECTION 1. The sum of $119,890 not previously appropriated,
  representing Grant Funds, is hereby appropriated from Fund 925 - Grant
  Funds for the Year 1995, for the purpose described in the preamble.
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    SECTION 2. The Comptroller is hereby directed to disburse the Grant
  Funds received as required to carry out the purpose ofthe Program.
    SECTION 3.      This ordinance shall take effect upon its passage and
  approval.




     SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION AND AMENDMENT OF
         1995 ANNUAL APPROPIUATION ORDINANCE, AS
              AMENDED, TO REFLECT INCREASE IN
                GRANT FUNDS RECEIVED FROM
                    STATE AND FEDERAL
                         AGENCIES.

  The Committee on the Budget and Government Operations submitted the
following report:

                                            CHICAGO, January 12,1995.

  To the President and Members of the City Council:
   Your Conimittee on the Budget and Government Operations, having had
 under consideration an ordinance authorizing a supplemental appropriation
 and an amendment to the 1995 Annual Appropriation Ordinance, as
 amended, necessary to reflect an increase in the amount of grant funds
 received from state and federal agencies, having had the same under
 advisement, begs leave to report and recommend that Your Honorable Body
 Pass the proposed ordinance transmitted herewith.
    This recommendation was concurred in by a viva voce vote ofthe members
  ofthe committee.

                                         Respectfully submitted,
                              (Signed)   LORRAINE L. DIXON,
                                                       Chairman.


  On motion of Alderman Dixon, the said proposed ordinance transmitted with
the foregoing committee report was Passed by yeas and nays as follows:
64596              JOURNAL-CnY COUNCIL-CHICAGO                        1/12/95


  Yeas - Aldermen Mazola, Haithcock, Tillman, Preckwinkle, Bloom, Steele,
Beavers, Dixon, Shaw, Buchanan, Huels, Fary, Olivo, Burke, Jones, Coleman,
Murphy, Rugai, Troutman, Evans, Munoz, Laski, Miller, Medrano, Ocasio,
Watson, E. Smith, Burrell, Bialczak, Gabinski, Mell, Austin, Wojcik, Banks,
Giles, Allen, Laurino, O'Connor, Doherty, Natarus, Bernardini, Hansen,
Levar, Shiller, Schulter, M. Smith, Moore, Stone - 48.
  Nays - None.
  Alderman Natarus moved to reconsider the foregoing vote. The motion was
lost.
  The following is said ordinance as passed:

    WHEREAS, The Annual Appropriation Ordinance for the Year 1995, as
  amended, of the City of Chicago (the "City") contains estimates of revenues
  receivable as grante from agencies of the state and federal governments and
  private agencies; and
   WHEREAS, In accordance with Section 8 of such Annual Appropriation
 Ordinance the heads of various departments and agencies of the City have
 applied to agencies of the state and federal governments and private
 agencies for grante to the City for various purposes; and
   WHEREAS, The amount of grant funds awarded to the City by federal and
 state agencies for specific grant programs has exceeded the amount of
 revenues estimated from those sources; and
   WHEREAS, It is beneficial te the City to appropriate such additional
 revenues; now, therefore.
 Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of Chicago:
    SECTION 1. The sum of $1,636,000 not previously appropriated,
  representing additional awards from agencies of the federal and state
  governmente, has become available for appropriation for the year 1995.
   SECTION 2. The sum of $1,636,000 not previously appropriated is
 hereby appropriated from Fund 925 - Grant Funds for the Year 1995, and
 the Annual Appropriation Ordinance for the Year 1995, as amended, is
 hereby further amended by striking the words and figures and by adding the
 words and figures indicated in the attached Exhibit A.
   SECTION 3. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect upon its
 passage and approval.
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  Exhibit "A" referred to in this ordinance reads as follows:


                                 Exhibit "A".

          Amendment To The 1995 Annual Appropriation Ordinance,
                             As Amended.

925 - Grant Funds

                                                      Strike          Add
Code             Department And Item                 Amount          Amount

                 Estimate Of Grant Revenue
                  For 1995
                Awards from Agencies
                 ofthe Federal Government        $749,996,073    $751,195,073
                Awards from Agencies
                 of the Stete Government          142,338,000     142,775,000


13               Mayor's Office Of Emplojmient
                  And Training
                Job Training Partnership
                 Act(J.T.P.A.):
                     - Title n c - Youth           11,183,000      12,164,000


41               Department Of Health
                 Ryan White HIV Emergency
                  Relief-CARE Act:
                     - Title I Formula               4,707,000      4,925,000
64598             JOURNAL-CnY COUNCIL-CHICAGO                          1/12/95


                                                     Strike           Add
Code           Department And Item                  Amount           Amount

47             Department On Aging
               State Title fflB Services             475,000          906,000


81             Department Of Streets And
                Sanitation
               Urban and Community Forestry
                - IDOC                                10,000           16,000




     AUTHORIZATION FOR TRANSFER OF FUNDS FOR YEAR 1995
             WITHIN CTTY COUNCIL COMMITTEE ON
                 HOUSING AND REAL ESTATE.

  The Conimittee on the Budget and Government Operations submitted the
following report:

                                              CHICAGO, January 12,1995.

  To the President and Members of the City Council:
   Your Committee on the Budget and Government Operations, having had
 under consideration an ordinance authorizing a transfer of funds for the year
 1995 within the City Council Committee on Housing and Real Estate,
 having had the same under advisement, begs leave to report and recommend
 that Your Honorable Body Pass the proposed ordinance transmitted
 herewith.
   This recommendation was concurred in by a viva voce vote of the members
 ofthe committee.

                                           Respectfully submitted,
                              (Signed)     LORRAINE L. DIXON,
                                                          Chairman.
1/12/95                 REPORTS OF COMMITTEES                           64599


  On motion of Alderman Dixon, the said proposed ordinance transmitted with
the foregoing committee report was Passed by yeas and nays as follows:
  Yeas — Aldermen Mazola, Haithcock, Tillman, Preckwinkle, Bloom, Steele,
Beavers, Dixon, Shaw, Buchanan, Huels, Fary, Olivo Burke, Jones, Coleman,
Murphy, Rugai, Troutman, Evans, Munoz, Laski, Miller, Medrano, Ocasio,
Watson, E. Smith, Burrell, Bialczak, Gabinski, Mell, Austin, Wojcik, Banks,
Giles, Allen, Laurino, O'Connor, Doherty, Natarus, Bernardini, Hansen,
Levar, Shiller, Schulter, M. Smith, Moore, Stone - 48.

 Nays — None.
  Alderman Natarus moved to reconsider the foregoing vote. The motion was
lost.
 The following is said ordinance as passed:


   WHEREAS, The City of Chicago is a home rule unit of government as
 defined in Article VH, Section 6(a) of the Illinois Constitution, and as such
 may exercise any power and perform any function pertaining to its
 government and affairs; and

   WHEREAS, The management of ite finances is a matter pertaining te the
 government and affairs ofthe City ofChicago; now, therefore.
 Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of Chicago:
   SECTION 1. The City Comptroller and the City Treasurer are
 authorized and directed to make the following transfer of funds for the year
 1995. This transfer will leave sufficient unencumbered appropriations to
 meet all liabilities that have been or may be incurred during the year 1995
 payable from such appropriations:


  FROM:


                                         Code
    Purpose                Fund        Department      Account       Amount


 For Personal               100          15-2280           OO
                                                          OO       $23,450.00
 Services
64600              JOURNAL-CnY COUNCIL-CHICAGO                        1/12/95


 TO:


                                          Code
        Purpose            Fund        Department      Account       Amount


 For Contractual            100          15-2280         0100     $23,450.00
 Services

   SECTION 2. The sole purpose ofthis transfer of funds is to provide funds
 to meet necessary obligations within the City Council Committee on
 Housing and Real Estate during the year 1995.

   SECTION 3. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and
 after ite passage.




        AUTHORIZATION FOR TRANSFER OF FUNDS FOR YEAR
            1994 WTTHIN C n Y COUNCIL COMMITTEE ON
                 TRAFFIC CONTROL AND SAFETY.


  The Conimittee on the Budget and Government Operations submitted the
following report:

                                            CHICAGO, January 12,1995.


  To the President and Members of the City Council:

   Your Committee on the Budget and Government Operations, having had
 under consideration an ordinance authorizing a transfer of funds for the year
 1994 within the City Council Committee on Traffic Control and Safety,
 having had the same under advisement, begs leave to report and recommend
 that Your Honorable Body Pass the proposed ordinance transmitted
 herewith.
1/12/95                 REPORTS OF COMMTTTEES                           64601



    This recommendation was concurred in by a viva voce vote ofthe members
  ofthe committee.


                                          Respectfully submitted.
                               (Signed)   LORRAINE L. DIXON,
                                                        Chairman.


  On motion of Alderman Dixon, the said proposed ordinance transmitted with
the foregoing conimittee report was Passed by yeas and nays as follows:

  Yeas — Aldermen Mazola, Haithcock, Tillman, Preckwinkle, Bloom, Steele,
Beavers, Dixon, Shaw, Buchanan, Huels, Fary, Olivo, Burke, Jones, Coleman,
Murphy, Rugai, Troutman, Evans, Munoz, Laski, Miller, Medrano, Ocasio,
Watson, E. Smith, Burrell, Bialczak, Gabinski, Mell, Austin, Wojcik, Banks,
Giles, Allen, Laurino, O'Connor, Doherty, Natarus, Bernardini, Hansen,
Levar, Shiller, Schulter, M. Smith, Moore, Stone - 48.

  Nays — None.
  Alderman Naterus moved to reconsider the foregoing vote. The motion was
lost.
  The following is said ordinance as passed:


  Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of Chicago:
    SECTION 1. The City Comptroller and the City Treasurer are
  authorized and directed to make the following transfer of funds for the year
  1994. This transfer will leave sufficient unencumbered appropriations to
  meet all liabilities that have been or may be incurred during the year 1994
  payable from such appropriations:
64602              JOURNAL-CnY COUNCIL-CHICAGO                      1/12/95


 FROM:


                                       Code
        Purpose           Fund       Department      Account      Amount


 For Plans and              300         15-2265        9035      $2,000.00
 Surveys Relating to
 Function, Use and
 Improvements of Streets;
 for the Study of Channel-
 ization of Streete and In-
 tersections; All with Re-
 spect to the Facilitetion
 of Traffic and Safety of
 the Pedestrian, and the
 Services, Supplies and
 Reports Incident Thereto


 TO:

                                       Code
   Purpose                Fund       Department      Account      Amount


 For Personal              300          15-2265         OO
                                                       OO        $1,000.00
 Services

 Stetionery and            300          15-2265        0350       1,000.00
 Office Supplies

   SECTION 2. The sole purpose ofthis transfer of funds is to provide funds
 to meet necessary obligations in the City Council Committee on Traffic
 Control and Safety during the year 1994.

   SECTION 3. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and
 after ite passage.
1/12/95                 REPORTS OF COMMTTTEES                           64603


     AMENDMENT OF YEAR XXI COMMUNnY DEVELOPMENT
         BLOCK GRANT ORDINANCE, AS AMENDED, TO
               CORRECT NAMES OF SPECIFIC
                  DELEGATE AGENCIES.

  The Conimittee on the Budget and Government Operations submitted the
following report:

                                               CHICAGO, January 12,1995.

  To the President and Members of the City Council:
    Your Committee on the Budget and Government Operations, having had
  under consideration an ordinance authorizing an amendment to the Year
  XXI Community Development Block Grant Ordinance, as amended,
  necessary to correct the names of specific delegate agencies, having had the
  same under advisement, begs leave to report and recommend that Your
  Honorable Body Pass the proposed ordinance transmitted herewith.
    This recommendation was concurred in by a viva voce vote ofthe members
  ofthe conimittee.

                                          Respectfully submitted,
                               (Signed)   LORRAINE L. DIXON,
                                                         Chairman.


  On motion of Alderman Dixon, the said proposed ordinance transmitted with
the foregoing conimittee report was Passed by yeas and nays as follows:
  Yeas — Aldermen Mazola, Haithcock, Tillman, Preckwinkle, Bloom, Steele,
Beavers, Dixon, Shaw, Buchanan, Huels, Fary, ()livo, Burke, Jones, Coleman,
Murphy, Rugai, Troutman, Evans, Munoz, Laski, Miller, Medrano, Ocasio,
Wateon, E. Smith, Burrell, Bialczak, Gabinski, Mell, Austin, Wojcik, Banks,
Giles, Allen, Laurino, O'Connor, Doherty, Natarus, Bernardini, Hansen,
Levar, Shiller, Schulter, M. Smith, Moore, Stone - 48.
  Nays — None.
  Alderman Natarus moved to reconsider the foregoing vote. The motion was
lost.
  The following is said ordinance as passed:
64604             JOURNAL-CnY COUNCIL-CHICAGO                         1/12/95


   WHEREAS, The City of Chicago is a home rule unit of government as
 defined in Article VU, Section 6(a) of the Illinois Constitution, and as such
 may exercise any power and perform any function pertaining to its
 government and affairs; and
   WHEREAS, The management of its finances is a matter pertaining to the
 government and affairs ofthe City ofChicago; now, therefore.
 Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of Chicago:
   SECTION 1. The Year XXI Community Development Block Grant
 Ordinance, as amended, is hereby further amended by striking the words
 and figures indicated and inserting the words and figures indicated, to
 provide for the correct names of specific delegate agencies, as indicated in
 the atteched Exhibit A.
   SECTION 2.       This ordinance shall teke effect after its passage and
 publication.

 Exhibit "A" referred to in this ordinance reads as follows:


                                Exhibit "A".

            Corrections And Revisions To C.D.B.G. Year XXI
                        Budget Recommendations.

Fund 830

                                                Strike           Insert
Code           Department And Item             No. Amount       No. Amount

             830 - C.D.B.G. Year XXI


08           Department Of Planning And
              Development
2517         Neighborhood Planning
              Grante
             Chicago Leaders Institute                $30,000
1/12/95                 REPORTS OF COMMITTEES                          64605


                                               Strike           Insert
Code           Department And Item            No. Amount       No. Amount

             Chicago Leadership Institute                            $30,000


21           Department Of Housing
2530         Housing Resource Centers
             Back ofthe Yards Neighborhood
              Council                                29,000
             Neighborhood Housing Services                            29,000


21           Department Of Housing
2635         Housing Demonstration Projecte
             Covenantel Community of
              University Church                      25,000
             Woodlawn Development
              Association/United Woodlawn
              Association                                             25,000




       AUTHORIZATION FOR INSTALLATION OF WATER MAIN
          IN PORTION OF NORTH SHEFFIELD AVENUE.

  The Committee on the Budget and Government Operations submitted the
following report:

                                            CHICAGO, January 12,1995.

  To the President and Members of the City Council:
    Your Committee on the Budget and Government Operations, having had
  under consideration an order authorizing the installation ofa water main in
64606              JOURNAL-CnY COUNCIL-CHICAGO                       1/12/95


  North Sheffield Avenue, from West Concord Place to North Clybourn
  Avenue, and having had the same under advisement, begs leave to report
  and recommend that Your Honorable Body Pass the proposed order
  transmitted herewith.
    This recommendation was concurred in by a viva voce vote ofthe members
  ofthe committee.

                                           Respectfully submitted,
                                (Signed)   LORRAINE L. DIXON,
                                                          Chairman.


  On motion of Alderman Dixon, the said proposed order transmitted with the
foregoing committee report was Passed by yeas and nays as follows:
  Yeas — Aldermen Mazola, Haithcock, Tillman, Preckwinkle, Bloom, Steele,
Beavers, Dixon, Shaw, Buchanan, Huels, Fary, Olivo, Burke, Jones, Coleman,
Murphy, Rugai, Troutman, Evans, Munoz, Laski, Miller, Medrano, Ocasio,
Watson, E. Smith, Burrell, Bialczak, Gabinski, Mell, Austin, Wojcik, Banks,
Giles, Allen, Laurino, O'Connor, Doherty, Natarus, Bernardini, Hansen,
Levar, Shiller, Schulter, M. Smith, Moore, Stone - 48.

  Nays — None.
  Alderman Natarus moved to reconsider the foregoing vote. The motion was
lost.
  The following is said order as passed:

    Ordered, That the Commissioner of Water is hereby authorized to install
  465 feet of 8-inch ductile iron water main in North Sheffield Avenue, from
  West Concord Place to North Clybourn Avenue, at a totel estimated cost of
  $109,330.00, chargeable to Appropriation Account Number 200-87-3120-
  0550 (W-706) Construction.

    The above work is to be done under Order Number A-01605.
1/12/95                 REPORTS OF COMMTTTEES                           64607


                     COMMITTEE ON BUILDINGS.



          AUTHORIZATION FOR ISSUANCE OF PERMnS FOR
               ERECTION OF SIGNS/SIGNBOARDS AT
                      SUNDRY LOCATIONS.

  The Conimittee on Buildings submitted the following report:

                                             CHICAGO, January 12,1995.

  To the President and Members of the City Council:
     Your Committee on Buildings, having had under consideration five sign
  orders (which were referred on December 21,1994) begs leave to recommend
  that Your Honorable Body do Pass four of the five sign orders (one sign each
  from the 3rd, 19th, 43rd and 47th Wards) and do not pass one sign order from
  the 42nd Ward, which are transmitted herewith.
    This recommendation was concurred in by all the members of the
  committee, with no dissenting votes.

                                          Respectfully,
                               (Signed)   BERNARD L. STONE,
                                                       Chairman.


  On motion of Alderman Stone, the said proposed orders transmitted with the
foregoing committee report were Passed by yeas and nays as follows:
  Yeas — Aldermen Mazola, Haithcock, Tillman, Preckwinkle, Bloom, Steele,
Beavers, Dixon, Shaw, Buchanan, Huels, Fary, Olivo, Burke, Jones, Coleman,
Murphy, Rugai, Troutman, Evans, Munoz, Laski, Miller, Medrano, Ocasio,
Watson, E. Smith, Burrell, Bialczak, Gabinski, Mell, Austin, Wojcik, Banks,
Giles, Allen, Laurino, O'Connor, Doherty, Natarus, Bernardini, Hansen,
Levar, Shiller, Schulter, M. Smith, Moore, Stone — 48.
  Nays — None.
  Alderman Natarus moved to reconsider the foregoing vote. The motion was
lost.
64608                JOURNAL-CnY COUNCIL-CHICAGO                           1/12/95


  The following are said orders as passed (the italic heading in each case not
being a part ofthe order):

                           2608 West Addison Street.

     Ordered, That the Commissioner ofBuildings is hereby directed to issue a
  sign permit to H. Moenck & Son, Inc., P.O. Box 255, Steger, Illinois 60475,
  for the erection of a sign/signboard over 24 feet in heignt and/or over 100
  square feet (in area of one face) at 2608 West Addison Street, Chicago,
  Illinois 60618 (McDonald's):
        Dimensions: length, 20 feet, 0 inches; height, 74 feet, 6 inches
        Height Above Grade/Roof to Top of Sign:
        Totel Square Foot Area: 200 square feet.

   Such sign shall comply with all applicable provisions of Title 17 (the
  Chicago Zoning Ordinance) and all other applicable provisions of the
  Municipal Code of the City of Chicago governing the construction and
  maintenance of outdoor signs, signboards and structures.




                           2615 North Halsted Street.

    Ordered, That the Commissioner of Inspectional Services is hereby
  directed to issue a sign permit to Lite-Rite Electric Co., P.O. Box 323,
  Downers Grove, Illinois 60515, for the erection of a sign/signboard over 24
  feet in height and/or over 100 square feet (in area of one face) at 2615 North
  Halsted Street (retail stores):
        Dimensions: length, 15 feet; height, 25 feet
        Height Above Grade/Roof to Top of Sign: 37 feet
        Totel Square Foot Area: 375 square feet.

   Such sign shall comply with all applicable provisions of Title 17 (the
  Chicago Zoning Ordinance) and all other applicable provisions of the
  Municipal Code of the City of Chicago governing the construction and
  maintenance of outdoor signs, signboards and structures.
1/12/95                 REPORTS OF COMMTTTEES                            64609


                            27 West Root Street.


   Ordered, That the Conimissioner ofBuildings is hereby directed to issue a
 sign permit to Universal Outdoor, Inc., Suite 1010, 321 North Clark Street,
 Chicago, Illinois 60610, for the erection of a sign/signboard over 24 feet in
 height and/or over 100 square feet (in area of one face) at 27 West Root
 Street (business address):

      Dimensions: length, 60 feet; height, 16 feet, 8 inches
      Height Above Grade/Roof to Top of Sign: 75 feet
      Total Square Foot Area: 1,000 square feet.


  Such sign shall comply with all applicable provisions of Title 17 (the
 Chicago Zoning Ordinance) and all other applicable provisions of the
 Municipal Code of the City of Chicago governing the construction and
 maintenance of outdoor signs, signboards and structures.




                       11601 South Western Avenue.


   Ordered, That the Commissioner of Inspectional Services is hereby
 directed to issue a sign permit to Artisian Signs, 14101 South Wallace
 Street, Riverdale, Illinois 60627, for the erection of a sign/signboard over 24
 feet in height and/or over 100 square feet (in area of one face) at 11601 South
 Western Avenue (Lumes Pancake House) (change of face only):

      Dimensions: length, 20 feet; height, 20 feet
      Height Above Grade/Roof to Top of Sign: 33 feet
      Totel Square Foot Area: 800 square feet.

  Such sign shall comply with all applicable provisions of Title 17 (the
 Chicago Zoning Ordinance) and all other applicable provisions of the
 Municipal Code of the City of Chicago governing the construction and
 maintenance of outdoor signs, signboards and structures.
64610              JOURNAL-CnY COUNCIL-CHICAGO                        1/12/95


        Failed To Pass - AUTHORIZATION FOR ISSUANCE OF
         PERMTT FOR ERECTION OF SIGN/SIGNBOARD AT
                    344 WEST ONTARIO STREET.

  The Committee on Buildings submitted the following report:

                                               CHICAGO, January 12,1995.

  To the President and Members of the City Council:
     Your Committee on Buildings, having had under consideration five sign
  orders (which were referred on December 21,1994) begs leave to recommend
  that Your Honorable Body do pass four ofthe five sign orders (one sign each
  from the 3rd, 19th, 43rd and 47th Wards) and Do Not Pass one sign order
  from the 42nd Ward, which are transmitted herewith.
    This recommendation was concurred in by all the members of the
  committee, with no dissenting votes.

                                            Respectfully,
                                (Signed)    BERNARD L. STONE,
                                                         Chairman.


  On motion of Alderman Stone, the committee's recommendation was
Concurred In and said proposed order transmitted with the foregoing
committee report Failed To Pass by yeas and nays as follows:
  Yeas — Aldermen Mazola, Haithcock, Tillman, Preckwinkle, Bloom, Steele,
Beavers, Dixon, Shaw, Buchanan, Huels, Fary, Olivo, Burke, Jones, Coleman,
Murphy, Rugai, Troutman, Evans, Munoz, Laski, Miller, Medrano, Ocasio,
Watson, E. Smith, Burrell, Bialczak, Gabinski, Mell, Austin, Wojcik, Banks,
Giles, Allen, Laurino, O'Connor, Doherty, Natarus, Bernardini, Hansen,
Levar, Shiller, Schulter, M. Smith, Moore, Stone - 48.
  Nays — None.
  Alderman Natarus moved to reconsider the foregoing vote. The motion was
lost.
  Said order, which failed to pass, reads as follows:
1/12/95                 REPORTS OF COMMTTTEES                            64611


   Ordered, That the Commissioner ofBuildings is hereby directed to issue a
 sign permit to Lite-Rite Electric Co., P.O. Box 323, Downers Grove, Illinois
 60515, for the erection of a sign/signboard over 24 feet in height and/or over
 100 square feet (in area of one face) at 344 West Ontario Street (vacant):
     Dimensions: length, 30 feet; height, 60 feet
     Height Above Grade/Roof to Top of Sign: 75 feet
     Total Square Foot Area: 1,800 square feet.


  Such sign shall comply with all applicable provisions of Title 17 (the
 Chicago Zoning Ordinance) and all other applicable provisions of the
 Municipal Code of the City of Chicago governing the construction and
 maintenance of outdoor signs, signboards and structures.




          COMMITTEE ON HOUSING AND REAL ESTATE.




APPOINTMENT OF MR. RUBEN C. LOPEZ AND MS. JANE SOBCZYK
           AS MEMBERS OF NORTHWEST HOME
                 E Q U n Y COMMISSION.


 The Committee on Housing and Real Estate submitted the following report:


                                             CHICAGO, January 9,1995.


 To the President and Members of the City Council:
   Your Conimittee on Housing and Real Estete, to which was referred a
 communication signed by The Honorable Richard M. Daley, Mayor,
 appointing Mr, Ruben C. Lopez and Ms. Jane Sobczyk as members of the
 Northwest Home Equity Commission for terms ending June 28, 1997,
 having had the same under advisement, begs leave to report and recommend
 that Your Honorable Body Approve the proposed appointmente transmitted
 herewith.
64612             JOURNAL-CnY COUNCIL-CHICAGO                        1/12/95


   This recommendation was concurred in by a unanimous vote of the
  members ofthe committee, with no dissenting vote.

                                         Respectfully submitted,
                              (Signed)   AMBROSIO MEDRANO,
                                                     Chairman.


  On motion of Alderman Medrano, the committee's recommendation was
Concurred In and the said proposed appointment of Mr. Ruben C. Lopez and
Ms. Jane Sobczyk as members ofthe Northwest Home Equity Commission was
Approved by yeas and nays as follows:
  Yeas — Aldermen Mazola, Haithcock, Tillman, Preckwinkle, Bloom, Steele,
Beavers, Dixon, Shaw, Buchanan, Huels, Fary, Olivo, Burke, Jones, Coleman,
Murphy, Rugai, Troutman, Evans, Munoz, Laski, Miller, Medrano, Ocasio,
Watson, E. Smith, Burrell, Bialczak, Gabinski, Mell, Austin, Wojcik, Banks,
Giles, Allen, Laurino, O'Connor, Doherty, Natarus, Bernardini, Hansen,
Levar, Shiller, Schulter, M. Smith, Moore, Stone - 48.
  Nays — None.
  Alderman Nataurs moved to reconsider the foregoing vote. The motion was
lost.




           APPROVAL OF AMENDMENT NUMBER 4 TO
             DOUGLAS-LAWNDALE REDEVELOPMENT
                          PLAN.

  The Conimittee on Housing and Real Estate submitted the following report:

                                            CHICAGO, January 9,1995,

  To the President and Members of the City Council:
    Your Conimittee on Housing and Real Estate, to which was referred an
  ordinance by the Department of Planning and Development approving
  Amendment Number 4 to the Douglas-Lawndale Redevelopment Plan,
  having had the same under advisement, begs leave to report and recommend
  that Your Honorable Body Pass the proposed ordinance transmitted
  herewith.
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   This recommendation was concurred in by a unanimous vote of the
  members ofthe committee, with no dissenting vote.

                                          Respectfully submitted,
                               (Signed)   AMBROSIO MEDRANO,
                                                      Chairman.


  On motion of Alderman Medrano, the said proposed ordinance transmitted
with the foregoing conimittee report was Passed by yeas and nays as follows:
  Yeas — Aldermen Mazola, Haithcock, Tillman, Preckwinkle, Bloom, Steele,
Beavers, Dixon, Shaw, Buchanan, Huels, Fary, Olivo, Burke, Jones, Coleman,
Murphy, Rugai, Troutman, Evans, Munoz, Laski, Miller, Medrano, Ocasio,
Watson, E. Smith, Burrell, Bialczak, Gabinski, Mell, Austin, Wojcik, Banks,
Giles, Allen, Laurino, O'Connor, Doherty, Natarus, Bernardini, Hansen,
Levar, Shiller, Schulter, M. Smith, Moore, Stone — 48.
  Nays — None.
  Alderman Natarus moved to reconsider the foregoing vote. The motion was
lost.
  The following is said ordinance as passed:

    WHEREAS, The staff of the Community Development Commission (the
  "Commission") has prepared Amendment Number 4 to the Douglas-
  Lawndale Redevelopment Plan (the "Amended Plan") dated May, 1994; and
    WHEREAS, The Amended Plan consists ofthe following documents:
      A.      A narrative report which introduces the Plan Amendment, sets
              forth its purpose and defines specific land-use controls;
      B.      A Land-Use Plan Map dated May, 1994; and

   WHEREAS, On August 9, 1994, by Resolution No. 94-CDC-52, the
  Commission recommended approval of Amendment Number 4 to the
  Douglas-Lawndale Redevelopment Plan; and
    WHEREAS, The City Council of the City of Chicago has considered said
  Resolution of the Commission and the Proposed Plan Amendment as
  recommended therein, and it is the sense of the City Council that the Plan
64614             JOURNAL-CnY COUNCIL-CHICAGO                           1/12/95


 Amendment is in the furtherance of the Amended Plan and should be
 approved; now, therefore.
 Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of Chicago:
   SECTION 1. Amendment Number 4 to the Douglas-Lawndale
 Redevelopment Plan, dated May, 1994, attached hereto and incorporated
 herein by this reference, is hereby approved.

   SECTION 2. This ordinance shall be effective upon its passage.

 Amendment Number 4 referred to in this ordinance reads as follows:


                          Amendment Number 4
                                  To The
                 Douglas-Lawndale Redevelopment Plan.

   The Douglas-Lawndale Redevelopment Plan dated March, 1968, and the
 Douglas-Lawndale Amended Urban Renewal Plan dated April, 1968 and
 amended by Amendment No. 2 dated December, 1973 and by Amendment
 No. 3 dated March, 1983 shall be amended as follows:
        1.   The land-use for the following parcels known as Parcel 1-6 shall
             be changed from residential to institutional use as defined in the
             Douglas-Lawndale Redevelopment Plan.

                        Address                  Permanent Index Number

             3144 - 3158 West Douglas                   16-24-102-018
              Boulevard                                 16-24-102-034
             3201 West Douglas Boulevard                16-24-221-007
             3200 West Douglas Boulevard                16-24-213-029
             3204 West Douglas Boulevard                16-24-213-028
        2.   The Land-Use Plan Map dated May, 1994, shall be substituted
             for the Land-Use Plan Map dated December, 1983. The new
             map reflects the above change.
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           [Land-Use Plan Map dated May, 1994 referred to in
                 this Amendment Number 4 unavailable
                          at time of printing.]




      AUTHORIZATION FOR CONVEYANCE OF PROPERTY AT
         553 - 555 EAST 60TH STREET/6008 - 6010 SOUTH
             ST. LAWRENCE AVENUE TO QUALIFIED
                 PARTICIPANT UNDER CHICAGO
                     ABANDONED PROPERTY
                           PROGRAM.

  The Conimittee on Housing and Real Estate submitted the following report:

                                            CHICAGO, January 9,1995.

  To the President and Members of the City Council:
    Your Committee on Housing and Real Estate, to which was referred an
  ordinance by the Department of Housing authorizing the sale of property
  under the Chicago Abandoned Property Program (C.A.P.P.) at 553 - 555
  East 60th Street/6008 - 6010 South St. Lawrence Avenue, having had the
  same under advisement, begs leave to report and recommend that Your
  Honorable Body Pass the proposed ordinance transmitted herewith.
   This recommendation was concurred in by a unanimous vote of the
  members ofthe conimittee, with no dissenting vote.

                                         Respectfully submitted,
                              (Signed)   AMBROSIO MEDRANO,
                                                     Chairman.


  On motion of Alderman Medrano, the said proposed ordinance transmitted
with the foregoing conimittee report was Passed by yeas and nays as follows:
64616             JOURNAL-CnY COUNCIL-CHICAGO                         1/12/95


  Yeas — Aldermen Mazola, Haithcock, Tillman, Preckwinkle, Bloom, Steele,
Beavers, Dixon, Shaw, Buchanan, Huels, Fary, C)livo, Burke, Jones, Coleman,
Murphy, Rugai, Troutman, Evans, Munoz, Laski, Miller, Medrano, Ocasio,
Watson, E. Smith, Burrell, Bialczak, Gabinski, Mell, Austin, Wojcik, Banks,
Giles, Allen, Laurino, O'Connor, Doherty, Natarus, Bernardini, Hansen,
Levar, Shiller, Schulter, M. Smith, Moore, Stone - 48,
 Nays — None,
  Alderman Natarus moved to reconsider the foregoing vote. The motion was
lost.
 The following is said ordinance as passed:

    WHEREAS, The City of Chicago ("City") is a home rule u n i t of
  government by virtue of the provisions of Article VH, Section 6(a) of the
  Constitution ofthe State oflllinois of 1970, and as such, may exercise any
  power and perform any function pertaining to its government and affairs;
  and
   WHEREAS, There exists within the City a substantial number of
 abandoned, deteriorated and dangerous buildings which threaten the
 health, safety, economic stebility and general welfare of the citizens of the
 City, and which are the subject of certain housing court proceedings
 CTroperties"); and
   WHEREAS, The City Council of the City, by ordinance passed May 20,
 1992 (Council Journal of Proceedings, pages 16333 - 16335) ("Enabling
 Ordinance"), established the Chicago Abandoned Property Program
 ("C.A.P.P.") to abate the danger posed by said abandoned, deteriorated
 buildings within the City through the acquisition and subsequent
 conveyance ofthe Properties to parties who have proposed either to demolish
 or rehabilitate these buildings; and
   WHEREAS, The property legally described in Exhibit A attached hereto
 CTroperty") was included on tiie list of C.A.P.P. properties offered to the
 general public, and a proposal either to demolish or rehabilitate the
 building(s) thereon was received by the City; and
    WHEREAS, The C.A.PP. Blue Ribbon Conimittee has recommended to
 the City Council that the Property be awarded to the participant set forth on
 Exhibit A ("Participant") for the purpose of either demolishing or
 rehabilitating the building(s) thereon should the City succeed in iacquiring
 title to the Property; now, tiierefore.
 Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of Chicago:
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   SECTION 1. The foregoing recitals are adopted as the findings of the
 City Council.
   SECTION 2. The Corporation Counsel is hereby authorized to obtain a
 deed for the Property on behalf of the City.
   SECTION 3. The Commissioner of Housing is authorized to accept the
 Participant's proposal to take title to the Property upon the City obteining a
 deed thereto,
   SECTION 4. Upon notification by the Corporation Counsel that the City
 has obteined a deed for the Property, the Mayor or his proxy is authorized to
 execute, and the City Clerk to attest, a quitclaim deed conveying the
 Property to the Participant.

    SECTION 5. This ordinance shall be effective upon its passage.

 Exhibit "A" referred to in this ordinance reads as follows:


                                Exhibit "A".


 Property Address: 553 - 555 East 60th Street/6008 - 6010 South St.
                      Lawrence Avenue.
 Participant: Chicago Vietnam Veterans & Family Asst..
 Purpose: Rehabilitetion.
 Permanent Index Number: 20-15-404-006, Volume 257.

                             Legal Description.

 Lot 3 in Nathan William McCheeney Washington Park Subdivision of Lots 1
 and 2 in McCheeney's Subdivision ofthe east half of Block 12 and all of Block
 13 in Maher's Subdivision ofthe southeast quarter of Section 15, Township
 38 North, Range 14, East of the Third Principal Meridian, in Cook County,
 Illinois.
64618              JOURNAL-CnY COUNCIL-CHICAGO                      1/12/95


   REVOCATION OF PRIOR APPROVAL FOR CONVEYANCE OF
   PROPERTY AT 813 EAST 88TH PLACE AND AUTHORIZATION
      FOR RECONVEYANCE OF PROPERTY TO SUBSTnUTE
         PARTICIPANT UNDER CHICAGO ABANDONED
                   PROPERTY PROGRAM.

  The Committee on Housing and Real Estate submitted the following report:

                                               CHICAGO, November 28,1994.

  To the President and Members of the City Council:
     Your Conimittee on Housing and Real Estate, to which was referred an
  ordinance by the Department of Housing authorizing the sale of property
  under the Chicago Abandoned Property Program (C.A.P.P.) at 813 East 88th
  Place, having had the same under advisement, begs leave to report and
  recommend that Your Honorable Body Pass the proposed ordinance
  transmitted herewith.
   This recommendation was concurred in by a unanimous vote of the
  members ofthe committee, with no dissenting vote.

                                          Respectfully submitted,
                               (Signed)   AMBROSIO MEDRANO,
                                                      Chairman.


  On motion of Alderman Medrano, the said proposed ordinance transmitted
with the foregoing committee report was Passed by yeas and nays as follows:
  Yeas — Aldermen Mazola, Haithcock, Tillman, Preckwinkle, Bloom, Steele,
Beavers, Dixon, Shaw, Buchanan, Huels, Fary, Olivo, Burke, Jones, Coleman,
Murphy, Rugai, Troutman, Evans, Munoz, Laski, Miller, Medrano, Ocasio,
Watson, E. Smith, Burrell, Bialczak, Gabinski, Mell, Austin, Wojcik, Banks,
Giles, Allen, Laurino, O'Connor, Doherty, Natarus, Bernardini, Hansen,
Levar, Shiller, Schulter, M. Smith, Moore, Stone - 48.
  Nays — None.
  Alderman Natarus moved to reconsider the foregoing vote. The motion was
lost.
  The following is said ordinance as passed:
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   WHEREAS, The City of Chicago ("City") is a home rule u n i t of
 government by virtue of the provisions of Article VH, Section 6(a) of the
 Constitution of the Stete of Illinois of 1970, and as such may exercise any
 power and perform any function perteining to ite government and affairs;
 and
   WHEREAS, The City Council of the City, by ordinance passed May 20,
 1992 (Council Journal of Proceedings, pages 16333 - 16335) ("Enabling
 Ordinance"), established the Chicago Abandoned Property Program
 ("C.A.P.P.") to abate the danger posed by abandoned buildings within the
 City through the acquisition and subsequent conveyance of said buildings to
 parties who have proposed either to demolish or rehabilitete them; and
   WHEREAS, In furtherance of C.A.P.P., the City Council of the City
 previously authorized the acquisition and subsequent conveyance of the
 property legally described in Exhibit A attached hereto CTroperty") to the
 participant listed on Exhibit A who was approved either to demolish or
 rehabilitate the building(s) thereon CTarticipant"); and
   WHEREAS, The Commissioner of Housing ("Commissioner") h a s
 represented that the Participant is no longer ready, willing and able to
 accept title to the Property upon acquisition by the City; and
   WHEREAS, The Commissioner has recommended t h a t the prior
 authorization of the Participant be revoked due to their unwillingness
 and/or inability to accept title, and that they be replaced by the substitute
 participant listed on Exhibit A ("Substitute Participant") who has submitted
 a proposal to either demolish or rehabilitate the abandoned building(s) on
 the Property in accordance with the requirements of C.A.P.P.; now,
 therefore.
 Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of Chicago:
   SECTION 1. The foregoing recitals are adopted as the findings of the
 City Council.
    SECTION 2. The prior approval of the Participant set forth on Exhibit A
 is hereby revoked, and the Substitute Participant set forth on Exhibit A is
 hereby approved for the purpose of acquiring the Property and demolishing
 or rehabilitating the building(s) thereon in accordance with the provisions of
 C.A.P.P..
   SECTION 3. Except as modified herein, all provisions of the prior
 C.A.P.P. ordinances shall remain in full force and effect.
   SECTION 4. This ordinance shall be effective upon its passage.
64620             JOURNAL-CnY COUNCIL-CHICAGO                         1/12/95


 Exhibit "A" referred to in this ordinance reads as follows:


                                Exhibit "A".

 Property Address: 813 East 88th Place.
 Previous Ordinance Date: November 3,1993.
 Participant: Pope Reginald Goolsby and Elaine Sharon Davis.
 Substitute Participant: Equity Builders and Developers.
 Purpose: Rehabilitation.
 Permanent Index Number: 25-02-105-003.

                             Legal Description.

 The east 50 feet of Lot 23 in Block 4 in Dauphine Park, a subdivision of that
 part of the north three-quarters of the west half of Section 2, Township 37
 North, Range 14 East oi the Third Principal Meridian, west of the Illinois
 Central Railway right-of-way in Cook County, Illinois,




        SALE OF PROPERTY AT 1201 - 1 2 2 1 WEST 14TH STREET
           TO CHICAGO COALniON FOR THE HOMELESS.

 The Committee on Housing and Real Estate submitted the following report:

                                               CfflCAGO, January 9,1995.

 To the President and Members of the City Council:
   Your Committee on Housing and Real Estate, to which was referred an
 ordinance by the Department of Planning and Development approving the
 sale of Parcel R-4 in the Roosevelt-Halsted Commercial District at 1201 -
 1221 West 14th Street, having had the same under advisement, begs leave to
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  report and recommend that Your Honorable Body Pass the proposed
  ordinance transmitted herewith.
   This recommendation was concurred in by a unanimous vote of the
  members ofthe conimittee, with no dissenting vote.

                                          Respectfully submitted,
                               (Signed)   AMBROSIO MEDRANO,
                                                      Chairman.


  On motion of Alderman Medrano, the said proposed ordinance transmitted
with the foregoing committee report was Passed by yeas and nays as follows:
  Yeas - Aldermen Mazola, Haithcock, Tillman, Preckwinkle, Bloom, Steele,
Beavers, Dixon, Shaw, Buchanan, Huels, Fary, Olivo, Burke, Jones, Coleman,
Murphy, Rugai, Troutman, Evans, Munoz, Laski, Miller, Medrano, Ocasio,
Wateon, E. Smith, Burrell, Bialczak, Gabinski, Mell, Austin, Wojcik, Banks,
Giles, Allen, Laurino, O'Connor, Doherty, Natarus, Bernardini, Hansen,
Levar, Shiller, Schulter, M. Smith, Moore, Stone - 48.
  Nays - None.
  Alderman Natarus moved to reconsider the foregoing vote. The motion was
lost.
  The following is said ordinance as passed:

    WHEREAS, By ordinance adopted by the City Council on December 11,
  1991, the City Council of the City of Chicago established the Community
  Development Commission ("Commission"); and
    WHEREAS, The Commission is authorized to assume the functions of the
  former Commercial District Development Commission pertaining to the sale
  and redevelopment of land in project areas; and
   WHEREAS, The Commission, by Resolution No. 94-CDC-47, adopted on
  November 8, 1994, approved the negotiated sale of Disposition Parcel R-4
  CTarcel") in the Roosevelt-Halsted Blighted Commercial District to the
  Chicago Coalition for the Homeless ("Developer"); and
    WHEREAS, The Commission caused said resolution te be published for
  thirty (30) days in one or more Chicago newspapers; and
64622               JOURNAL-CnY COUNCIL-CfflCAGO                      1/12/95


   WHEREAS, No other proposals were received by December 10, 1994, the
 deadline for submission to the Department of Planning and Development;
 and
   WHEREAS, The Parcel is located at 1201 - 1221 West 14th Street and
 contains a total area of 35,088 square feet; and
   WHEREAS, The Developer has proposed to acquire the Parcel to construct
 a horticultural facility that will serve as a job-training program and
 business venture; and
   WHEREAS, The City Council has considered the resolution of the
 Commission and the proposed sale ofthe Parcel as provided therein, and it is
 the sense of the City (Jouncil that the sale is satisfactory and should be
 approved; now, therefore.
 Be It Ordained by the City Council ofthe City ofChicago:
   SECTION 1. The sale recommended by the Community Development
 Commission of Disposition Parcel R-4 in the Roosevelt-Halsted Commercial
 District is hereby approved as follows:

              Developer           Parcel         Square Feet    Totel Price

        Chicago Coalition for
         the Homeless              R-4             35,088          $1.00

   SECTION 2. The Commissioner of the Department of Planning and
 Development, on behalf of the City, is authorized to enter into a
 redevelopment agreement with the Developer and to execute such other
 documents as may be necessarv to implement the redevelopment of the
 Parcel, subject to the approval ofthe Corporation Counsel.
   SECTION 3. The Mayor or his proxj^ is authorized to execute, and the
 City Clerk is authorized to attest, a quitelaim deed for the parcel to the
 Developer, subject to any covenants, conditions and restrictions set forth in
 the redevelopment agreement.
   SECTION 4. This ordinance shall be effective immediately upon its
 passage and approval.
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            SALE OF PARCEL 5-B WTTfflN LINCOLN PARK
                 CONSERVATION AREA TO BEJCO
                  DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION.

  The Conimittee on Housing and Real Estete submitted the following report:

                                               CfflCAGO, January 9,1995.

  To the President and Members of the City Council:
    Your Committee on Housing and Real Estete, to which was referred an
  ordinance by the Department of Planning and Development approving the
  sale of Parcel 5-B in the Lincoln Park Conservation Area, having had the
  same under advisement, begs leave to report and recommend that Your
  Honorable Body Pass the proposed ordinance transmitted herewith.
   This recommendation was concurred in by a unanimous vote of the
  members ofthe conimittee, with no dissenting vote.

                                          Respectfully submitted,
                               (Signed)   AMBROSIO MEDRANO,
                                                      Chairman.


  On motion of Alderman Medrano, the said proposed ordinance transmitted
with the foregoing committee report was Passed by yeas and nays as follows:
  Yeas — Aldermen Mazola, Haithcock, Tillman, Preckwinkle, Bloom, Steele,
Beavers, Dixon, Shaw, Buchanan, Huels, Fary, Olivo, Burke, Jones, Coleman,
Murphy, Rugai, Troutman, Evans, Munoz, Laski, Miller, Medrano, Ocasio,
Wateon, E. Smith, Burrell, Bialczak, Gabinski, Mell, Austin, Wojcik, Banks,
Giles, Allen, Laurino, O'Connor, Doherty, Natarus, Bernardini, Hansen,
Levar, Shiller, Schulter, M. Smith, Moore, Stone - 48.
  Nays — None.
  Alderman Natarus moved to reconsider the foregoing vote. The motion was
lost.
  The following is said ordinance as passed:
64624             JOURNAL-CnY COUNCIL-CHICAGO                          1/12/95


   WHEREAS, Chapter 2-124 ofthe Municipal Code of the City of Chicago
 (the "Ordinance") esteblished the Community Development Commission
 (the "Commission"); and
   WHEREAS, The Commission is authorized to assume the functions of the
 former Department of Urban Renewal in the sale of project land and
 revitelization of project areas; and
   WHEREAS, The City Council ofthe City ofChicago (the "City Council")
 approved the designation of the Lincoln Park Conservation Area (the
 "Project Area") and the Lincoln Park Conservation Plan, as amended (the
 "Amended Plan"); and
  WHEREAS, On October 11, 1994, by Resolution No. 94-CDC-71, the
 Commission has recommended the sale of Parcel 5-B in the Project Area to
 BEJCO Development Corporation; and
   WHEREAS, The Developer proposes to construct on Parcel 5-B five single-
 family detached houses and one three-unit condominium building; and
  WHEREAS, The proposed use is in accordance with the Lincoln Park
 Conservation Plan; and
   WHEREAS, The City Council has considered said Resolution of the
 Commission and the proposed sale of Parcel 5-B as recommended therein,
 and it is the sense of the City Council that the sale is in the furtherance of
 the Conservation Plan in the Project Area and should be approved; now,
 therefore.
 Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of Chicago:
   SECTION 1. The sale recommended by the Community Development
 Commission of Disposition Parcel 5-B in the Lincoln Park Conservation
 Area as described below to BEJCO Development Corporation is hereby
 approved as follows:

                                   Permanent          Total
                                     Index           Square         Total
  Developer        Location         Numbers           Feet          Price

 BEJCO           Northeast         14-33-421-004     17,103      $750,000.00
 Development     corner of West    through 007
 Corporation     North Avenue      and 024
                 and North         through 028
                 Sedgwick
                 Street
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   SECTION 2. The Conimissioner of the Department of Planning and
 Development, on behalf of the City of Chicago, is authorized to enter into a
 redevelopment agreement with the Developer and to execute such other
 documents as may be necessary to implement the redevelopment of the
 Parcel, subject to the approval ofthe Corporation Counsel.
    SECTION 3. The Mayor or his proxy is authorized to execute and the
 City Clerk to attest a quitelaim deed for the Parcel te the Developer, subject
 to any covenante, conditions, and restrictions set forth in the redevelopment
 agreement.
   SECTION 4.       This ordinance shall be effective upon ite passage and
 approval.




    AUTHORIZATION FOR EXECUTION OF LEASE AGREEMENT
       AT 3548 WEST IRVING PARK ROAD FOR CHICAGO
         PUBLIC LIBRARY (INDEPENDENCE BRANCH).

 The Committee on Housing and Real Estate submitted the following report:

                                             CHICAGO, January 9,1995.

 To the President and Members of the City Council:
   Your Committee on Housing and Real Estate, to which was referred an
 ordinance by the Department of General Services approving a lease at 3548
 West Irving Park Road for the Chicago Public Library, Independence
 Branch (Lease No. 19007A), having had the same under advisement, begs
 leave to report and recommend that Your Honorable Body Pass the proposed
 ordinance transmitted herewith.
  This recommendation was concurred in by a unanimous vote of the
 members ofthe committee, with no dissenting vote.

                                          Respectfully submitted,
                              (Signed)    AMBROSIO MEDRANO,
                                                      Chairman.
64626              JOURNAL-CnY COUNCIL-CHICAGO                       1/12/95


  On motion of Alderman Medrano, the said proposed ordinance transmitted
with the foregoing committee report was Passed by yeas and nays as follows:

  Yeas — Aldermen Mazola, Haithcock, Tillman, Preckwinkle, Bloom, Steele,
Beavers, Dixon, Shaw, Buchanan, Huels, Fary, Olivo, Burke, Jones, Coleman,
Murphy, Rugai, Troutman, Evans, Munoz, Laski, Miller, Medrano, Ocasio,
Wateon, E. Smith, Burrell, Bialczak, Gabinski, Mell, Austin, Wojcik, Banks,
Giles, Allen, Laurino, O'Connor, Doherty, Natarus, Bernardini, Hansen,
Levar, Shiller, Schulter, M. Smith, Moore, Stone - 48.

  Nays - None.
  Alderman Natarus moved to reconsider the foregoing vote. The motion was
lost.

  The following is said ordinance as passed:

 Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of Chicago:

    SECTION 1. That the Commissioner of General Services is authorized to
 execute on behalf of the City of Chicago, a lease with Stendard Property
 Associates L.P., an Illinois limited partnership, as beneficiary of American
 National Bank and Trust Company of Chicago, under Trust No. 39379,
 dated September 25, 1976, as Landlord for approximately 8,888 square feet
 of space located on the ground floor at 3548 West Irving Park Road, for use
 by the Chicago Public Library, as Tenant, such lease to be approved by the
 Commissioner of the Chicago Public Library and the President of the
 Chicago Public Library and to be approved as to form and legality by the
 Corporation Counsel in substantially the following form:


            [Lease Agreement immediately follows Section 2 of
                            this ordinance.]

    SECTION 2, This ordinance shall be effective from and after the date of
  passage.

  Lease Agreement referred to in this ordinance reads as follows:
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                             Lease Agreement.

    This lease is made and entered into as of this    day of.
 1995, by and between Standard Property Associates L.P., an Illinois limited
 partnership ("Standard"), American National Bank and Trust Company of
 Chicago, not personally but solely as Trustee under a Trust Agreement
 dated September 25,1976 and known as Trust No. 39379 ("American"), and
 the City of Chicago, an Illinois municipal corporation (hereinafter referred
 to as 'Tenant").


                                 Recitals.

   Whereas, American is the owner of legal title to the premises commonly
 known as 3548 West Irving Park Road, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois;
   Whereas, Stendard is the beneficiary of American; and
   Whereas, American and Standard are hereinafter collectively referred to
 as "Landlord"; and
    Whereas, Landlord has agreed to lease to Tenant and Tenant has agreed
 to lease from Landlord, approximately 8,888 square feet of ground floor
 space located at 3548 West Irving Park Road, Chicago, Illinois to be used by
 sp
 th e Chicago Public Library as ite Independence Branch;
   Now, Therefore, In consideration of the covenante, terms and conditions
 set forth herein. Landlord and Tenant hereby agree and covenant as follows:


                                Section 1.
                                  Grant.

    Landlord hereby leases to Tenant the following described premises
 situated in the City ofChicago, County of Cook, State oflllinois, to wit:
     Approximately 8,888 square feet of ground floor space commonly known
     as 3548 West Irving Park Road, Chicago, Illinois (the 'Tremises"). The
     location of the Premises is outlined in red on the drawing attached to
     this lease as Exhibit A.
64628               JOURNAL-CnY COUNCIL-CHICAGO                        1/12/95


        The Permanent Real Estate Tax Index Numbers for the real estete (also
        known as the shopping center) in which the Premises is located, as
        assigned by the COOK County Assessor's Office, are 13-14-424-031-0000
        and 13-14-424-032-0000 (Volume 337).


                                  Section 2.
                                    Term.

   The term ofthis lease shall commence on the twenty-first (21st) day after
 Stendard notifies Tenant that the Buildout (as defined in Paragraph 13.2 of
 this Lease) is substantially completed and shall end on December 31, 2004.


                                  Section 3.
                          Rent, Taxes And Utilities.

 3.1 Rent.
   Tenant shall pay Landlord base rent for the Premises in the amount of:
        (a)    Four Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($4,500) per month for
               each month during the period beginning on the date the term of
               this lease commences pursuant te Section 2 of this Lease and
               ending on the 31st day of December, 1995;
        (b)    Four Thousand Six Hundred Thirty-five Dollars ($4,635) per
               month for each month during the period beginning on the 1st
               day of January, 1996 and ending on the 31st day of December,
               1996;
        (c)    Four Thousand Seven Hundred Seventy-four Dollars ($4,774)
               per month for each month during the period beginning on the 1st
               day of January, 1997 and ending on the 31st day of December,
               1997;
        (d)    Four Thousand Nine Hundred Seventeen Dollars ($4,917) per
               month for each month during the period beginning on the 1st
               day of January, 1998 and ending on the 31st day of December,
               1998;
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      (e)    Five Thousand Sixty-four Dollars ($5,064) per month for each
             month during the period beginning on the 1st day of January,
             1999 and ending on the 31st day of December, 1999;
      if)    Five Thousand Two Hundred Sixteen Dollars ($5,216) per
             month for each month during the period beginning on the 1st
             day of January, 2000 and ending on the 31st day of December,
             2000;
      (g)    Five Thousand Three Hundred Seventy-two Dollars ($5,372) per
             month for each month during the period beginning on tiie 1st
             day of January, 2001 and ending on the 31st day of December,
             2001;
      (h)    Five Thousand Five Hundred Thirty-three Dollars ($5,533) per
             month for each month during the period beginning on the 1st
             day of January, 2002 and ending on the 31st day of December,
             2002;
      (i)    Five Thousand Six Hundred Ninety-nine Dollars ($5,699) per
             month for each month during the period beginning on the 1st
             day of January, 2003 and ending on the 31st day of December,
             2003; and
     (j)     Five Thousand Eight Hundred Seventy Dollars ($5,870) per
             month for each month during the period beginning on the 1st
             day of January, 2004 and ending on the 31st day of December,
             2004.

 Rent shall be paid monthly in advance to Irving Plaza Shopping Center, c/o
 Standard Property Associates at 2701 West Peterson Avenue, Chicago,
 Illinois 60659-3995, or at such place and to such payee as Standard may from
 time to time designate in writing to Tenant.

 3.2 Taxes And Other Levies.
   Landlord shall pay when due all real estate taxes, special assessmente and
 sewer and water charges assessed by governmental authority against the
 Premises, except for those charges which this lease specifies that Tenant
 shall pay.

 3.3 Utilities.
   Tenant shall pay when due all charges for gas, electricity, light, heat,
 power, telephone, other communication service, and all other utility services
 used in or supplied to or for the Premises.
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                                  Section 4.
            Condition And Enjoyment Of Premises, Alterations
                       And Additions, Surrender.

 4.1 Condition Of Premises Upon Delivery Of Possession.
    Landlord covenante that at the time possession ofthe Premises is tendered
 by Landlord to Tenant the Premises will comply with all laws, ordinances
 and regulations of all federal, state and municipal governmental authority
 which are applicable to the Premises at the time possession of the Premises
 is tendered by Landlord to Tenant.

 4.2 Covenant Of Quiet Enjojmient.
   Landlord covenante and agrees that Tenant, upon paying the rent and
 upon observing and keeping the covenante, agreements and conditions of
 this lease on Tenant's part to be kept, observed and performed, shall lawfully
 and quietly hold, occupy and enjoy the Premises (subject to the provisions of
 this lease) during the term ofthis lease without hindrance or molestation by
 Landlord or by any person or persons claiming under Landlord.

 4.3 Landlord's Failure And Right Of Access.
   If Landlord shall fail to perform any of Landlord's obligations under
 Section 11 ofthis lease within ten (10) business days after written notice of
 such failure is given by Tenant to Landlord [unless such obligation cannot be
 performed within such ten (10) business days and Landlord shall have
 commenced and is diligently pursuing all necessary action to perform such
 obligation]. Tenant is then authorized to (a) perform such obligation which
 Landlord has failed to perform and deduct the cost thereof from rents
 accruing under this lease, or (b) immediately terminate this lease by giving
 Landlord written notice of Tenant's election to terminate this lease.
 Landlord shall have the right of access to the Premises for the purpose of
 inspecting and performing such obligations, provided that, except in the case
 of emergencies. Landlord shall first give notice to Tenant of Landlord's
 desire to enter the Premises and Landlord shall schedule ite entry so as to
 minimize te the extent reasonably practicable interference with Tenant's
 use ofthe Premises.

 4.4 Use Of The Premises.
   Tenant shall use the Premises as the Independence Branch ofthe Chicago
 Public Library. Tenant shall not use the Premises in a manner that would
 violate any law. Tenant further covenants (a) not to do or suffer any waste
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 or damage, (b) to comply in all respects with the laws, ordinances, orders,
 rules, regulations and requirements of all federal, state and municipal
 governmental departments which may be applicable to the Premises or to
 the use or manner of use of the Premises, and (c) not to perform or permit
 disfigurement or injury to any building or improvement on the Premises, or
 to fixtures and equipment thereof.

 4.5 Alterations And Additions.
   Tenant shall have the right to make such alterations, additions and
 improvements in the Premises at Tenant's cost and expense as Tenant shall
 deem necessary, provided that any such alterations, additions and
 improvemente shall be in full compliance with applicable law and provided
 further that Tenant has obtained the prior written consent of Landlord to
 such alterations, additions and improvemente.


                                Section 5.
                    Assignment, Sublease And Liens.

 5.1 Assignment And Sublease,
   Tenant shall not assign this lease in whole or in part, or sublet the
 Premises or any part thereof, without the prior written consent of Landlord
 in each instance. Landlord shall not unreasonably withhold Landlord's
 consent to any such subletting or assignment.

 5.2 Tenant's Covenant Against Liens.
   Tenant shall not cause or permit any lien or encumbrance, whether
 created by act of Tenant, operation of law or otherwise, to attach to or be
 placed upon Landlord's title or interest in the Premises. All liens and
 encumbrances created by Tenant shall attach to Tenant's interest only.


                                Section 6.
                     Insurance And Indemnification.

 6.1 Landlord's Duty To Provide Liability Insurance.
   During the term of this lease. Landlord shall, at Landlord's sole cost and
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 expense, obtain and continuously maintain public liability insurance
 relating to the Premises (the "Liability Insurance") in the amount specified
 in Paragraph 6.2 ofthis lease. A certificate of such policy of public liability
 insurance shall be provided te Tenant on or before the commencement of the
 term ofthis lease.

 6.2 Amount Of Liability Insurance,
  The Liability Insurance policy shall have a liability limit of at least One
 Million Dollars ($1,000,000).

 6.3 Other Terms Of Liability Insurance.
   The Liability Insurance shall name Landlord as the named insured and
 Tenant as an additional insured on a primary non-contributery basis and
 shall be issued by a reputable and financially sound insurance company
 authorized te issue such insurance in the state oflllinois.


                                  Section 7.
                          Damage Or Destruction.

 7.1 Damage Or Destruction.
    If the Premises is damaged or destroyed by fire or other casualty or event
 to such extent that Tenant cannot continue occupancy or conduct its normal
 business therein, and if such damage or destruction is not repaired by
 Landlord or Tenant within ninety (90) days after the occurrence of such
 damage or destruction, then Tenant or Landlord shall have the option
 within one hundred (100) days after the occurrence of such damage or
 destruction to declare this lease terminated as ofthe date of such damage or
 destruction by giving the other party written notice te such effect. IfTenant
 or Landlord exercises this option, the rent shall be apportioned as ofthe date
 of such damage or destruction and landlord shall forthwith repay to Tenant
 all prepaid rent. If Landlord exercises this option to terminate this lease
 prior to December 31, 1999 as a result of damage or destruction to the
 Premises, then Landlord shall repay to Tenant the Buildout Cost (as defined
 in Paragraph 13.2C of this lease) to the extent actually paid previously by
 Tenant to Landlord pursuant to such Paragraph 13.2C ofthis Lease. In any
 event, rent payable by Tenant under this lease shall abate during the period
 the Premises are rendered untenantable by such damage or destruction in
 proportion to the number of square feet of floor space in the Premises that
 are untenantable as a result of such fire or other casualty.
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                                 Section 8.
                Conflict Of Interest And Governmental Ethics.

 8.1 Conflict Of Interest.
    No official or employee of the City of Chicago, nor any member of any
 board, commission or agency ofthe City ofChicago, shall have any personal
 interest, direct or indirect, in the Premises; nor shall any such official,
 employee or member participate in any decision relating to this lease which
 affecte his or her personal interest or the interests of any corporation,
 partnership or association in which he or she is directly or indirectly
 interested.

 8.2 Landlord's Duty To Comply With Governmentel Ethics Ordinance.
   Landlord shall comply with Chapter 2-156 of the Municipal Code of
 Chicago, "Governmental Ethics", including but not limited to Section 2-156-
 120 of this chapter, pursuant to which no pajmient, gratuity or offer of
 employment shall be made in connection with any City of Chicago contract
 as an inducement for the award of a contract or order. Any contract or lease
 negotiated, entered into, or performed in violation ofany ofthe provisions of
 this chapter shall be voidable as to Tenant,


                                 Section 9.
                               Holding Over.

 9.1 Holding Over.
   Any holding over by Tenant shall be construed to be a tenancy from month
 to month only beginning January 1, 2005, and the base monthly rent shall
 be at the same monthly rate as set forth in Section 3.1(j) ofthis lease.


                                Section 10.
                               Miscellaneous.

 10.1 Notice.
   All notices, demands and requeste which may be or are required to be
64634               JOURNAL-CnY COUNCIL-CHICAGO                        1/12/95


 given, demanded or requested by either party to the other shall be in
 writing. All notices, demands and requeste by Landlord to Tenant shall be
 delivered by a national overnight courier or shall be sent by United States
 registered or certified mail, return receipt requested, postage prepaid,
 addressed to Tenant as follows:
        Asset Manager
        Department ofGeneral Services
        Bureau of Real Estete Management
        Room 303B
        510 North Peshtigo Court
        Chicago, Illinois 60611
 or to such other place as Tenant may from time to time designate by written
 notice to Landlord and to Tenant at the Premises. All notices, demands and
 requests by Tenant to Landlord shall be delivered by a national overnight
 courier or shall be sent by United States registered or certified mail, return
 receipt requested, postage prepaid, addressed to Landlord as follows:
        Mr. Franklin L. Friedman
        Standard Property Associates
        2701 West Peterson Avenue
        Chicago, Illinois 60659-3995
 or to such other place as Landlord may from time to time designate by
 written notice to Tenant. Any notice, demand or request which shall be
 served upon Landlord by Tenant, or upon Tenant by Landlord, in the
 manner aforesaid shall be deemed to be sufficiently served or given for all
 purposes hereunder at the time such notice, demand or request shall be
 mailed.

 10.2 Partial Invalidity.
   If any covenant, condition, provision, term or agreement of this lease
 shall, to any extent, be held invalid or unenforceable, the remaining
 covenants, conditions, provisions, terms and agreemente of this lease shall
 not be affected thereby, but each covenant, condition, provision, term or
 agreement of this lease shall be valid and in force to the fullest extent
 permitted by law.

 10.3 Governing Law.
   This lease shall be construed and be enforceable in accordance with the
 laws ofthe State oflllinois.
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  10.4 Entire Agreement.
   All preliminary and contemporaneous negotiations are merged inte and
 incorporated in this lease. This lease contains the entire agreement between
 the parties and shall not be modified or amended in any manner except by an
 instrument in writing signed by Landlord and Tenant.

 10.5 Captions And Section Numbers.
   The captions and section numbers appearing in this lease are inserted
 only as a matter of convenience and in no way define, limit, construe or
 describe the scope or intent of such sections of this lease nor in any way
 affect this lease.

 10.6 Binding Effect Of Lease.
   The covenants, agreements and obligations contained in this lease shall
 extend te, bind and inure to the benefit of the parties hereto and their legal
 representatives, heirs, successors and assigns,

 10.7 Time Is Of The Essence,
   Time is ofthe essence ofthis lease and of each and every provision hereof.

 10.8 No Principal/Agent Or Partnership Relationship.

   Nothing contained in this lease shall be deemed or construed by the
 parties hereto nor by any third party as creating the relationship of principal
 and agent or of partnership or ofjoint venture between the parties hereto.

 10.9 Authorization To Execute Lease,
   The parties signing this lease hereby represent and warrant that they are
 duly authorized and acting representatives of Landlord and Tenant,
 respectively, and that by their signing of this lease it became the binding
 obligation of Landlord and Tenant, respectively, subject to no contingencies
 or conditions except as specifically provided herein,

 10.10 Termination Of Lease.
   Tenant shall have the right to prematurely end the term of this lease by
 giving Landlord, after thirty-six (36) months following the commencement
64636             JOURNAL-CnY COUNCIL-CHICAGO                           1/12/95


 ofthe term ofthis lease, at least one hundred eighty (180) days prior written
 notice of Tenant's election to prematurely end the term ofthis lease.

 10.11 Force Majeure.
   When a period of time is provided in this lease for either party to do or
 preform any act or thing, the party shall not be liable or responsible for any
 delay due to strikes, lockoute, casualties, acte of God, wars, governmental
 regulation or control, and other causes beyond the reasonable control of the
 party, and in any such event the time period for performance shall be
 extended for the amount of time the party is so delayed.

 10.12 Condemnation.
    If the whole or any substantial part of the Premises are taken or
 condemned by any competent authority for any public use or purpose, or if
 any ac^jacent property or street shall be so condemned or improved in such a
 manner as to require the use of any part of the Premises, the term of this
 lease shall, at the option of Landlord or the condemning authority, be
 terminated upon, and not before, the date when possession of the part so
 teken shall be required for such use or purpose, and Landlord shall be
 entitled to receive the entire award without apportionment with Tenant,
 Rent shall be apportioned as of the date Tenant's vacating as the result of
 said termination.

 10.13 Broker.
   Tenant warrants te Landlord that no broker or finder (a) introduced
 Tenant to the Premises, Standard or Franklin L. Friedman, or (b) is
 assisting Tenant in the negotiation ofthis lease, or (c) has dealt with Tenant
 in connection with the Premises or this lease.


                                 Section 11.
                 Additional Responsibilities Of Landlord.

 11.1 Landlord's Responsibilities.
   Landlord shall perform the following (subject to the provisions of the
 following Paragraph 11.2 ofthis lease):
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      (a) Provide domestic water to the Premises;
     (b) Provide any required maintenance to the foundation and brick
   portions (other than doors and windows) of the exterior masonry
   structural walls of the Premises and repair any leak in the roof of the
   Premises;
     (c) Maintain the heating and air-conditioning equipment in the
   Premises in operable condition for the first twelve (12) months ofthe term
   of this lease, excluding damage caused by Tenant or any of Tenant's
   employees, contractors, agents, representetives, invitees or any person or
   entity holding by, through or under Tenant; and
     (d) Clean the sidewalk in front of the Premises to the same extent that
   Landlord provides such service to the other tenante in the shopping center
   in which the Premises is located.

 11.2 Qualifications.
   Notwithstanding anything to the contrary set forth in the Preceding
 Paragraph 11.1 ofthis lease:
     (a) Landlord shall only be required to perform any of Landlord's
   obligations pursuant to the preceding Paragraph 11.1 ofthis lease within
   a reasonable period of time (considering Acte of God and other occurrences
   beyond Landlord's control) after Landlord receives from Tenant written
   notice identifying the need for the performance of such obligation;
     (b) Landlord shall only be required to perform such obligation if the
   exterior weather conditions are conducive for the performance of such
   obligation;
     (c) Landlord shall only be required to perform such obligation if the
   need for the performance of such obligation is not caused by any act or
   neglect of Tenant or any of Tenant's employees, contractors, agents,
   representatives, invitees or any person or entity holding by, through or
   under Tenant; and
     (d) Landlord shall not be liable to Tenant for any damage to any
   property of Tenant or for any loss of business in or use of the Premises
   caused by any leak in the roof of the Premises or the need for the
   perfomiance by Landlord ofany obligation.
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                                   Section 12.
                     Additional Responsibilities Of Tenant.

 12.1 Tenant's Responsibilities.
   Tenant, at Tenant's cost and expense, shall at all times during the term of
 this lease:
     (a) Replace any broken glass on, in or about the Premises (including
   glass in any walls, doors and windows);
     (b) Provide nightly custodial services for the Premises which shall be
   construed as cleaning, scavenger, exterminator, window and other
   washing, emptying wastepaper baskete, replacement of light bulbs and
   tubes and lighting ballaste and sweeping ofany kind;
      (c) Maintain and repair in operating condition the Premises and all
    >arte thereof, including without limitation the heating, air-conditioning,
   fighting, electrical, plumbing and door equipment, fixtures, parte and/or
   systems in or for the Premises (except for Landlord's obligations under
   Section 11 ofthis lease);
     (d) Upon the termination of this lease, surrender the Premises to
   Landlord in a comparable condition to the condition ofthe Premises at the
   beginning of the term of this lease, with normal wear and tear taken into
   consideration;
     (e) Allow Landlord to place upon the Premises rental signs each not to
   exceed 2 square feet in size;
        (f) Provide monthly alarm service, if necessary;
     (g) Not perform or permit any practice that may (a) damage the
   reputation of, or otherwise be injurious to, the Premises or neighborhood,
   or (b) be disturbing to other tenants, or (c) be illegal, or (d) increase the
   rate of insurance on the Premises; and
     (h) Keep out of the Premises materials which cause a fire hazard or
   safety hazard; comply with reasonable requiremente of Landlord's fire
   insurance carrier; not destroy, deface, damage, impair, or remove any part
   of the Premises or facilities, equipment or appurtenances thereto; and
   maintain any smoke detectors in the Premises in accordance with
   applicable law.
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                                Section 13.
                            Additional Clauses.

 13.1 Reimbursement Of Coste.
   In addition to the base rent set forth in Paragraph 3.1 above ofthis lease.
 Tenant shall pay to Landlord upon Landlord's request from time to time
 after the commencement ofthe term ofthis lease;
      (a)    Thirty-two percent (32%) of the amount paid by Landlord for
             cleaning, lighting and snowplowing during the term of this
             lease, the parking areas and sidewalks for the shopping center
             in which the Premises is located;
     (b)     One hundred percent (100%) ofthe amount paid by Landlord te
             the City of Chicago and/or any other authority for water and
             sewer services during the term ofthis lease for the water used in
             the Premises as measured by the water submeter or submeters
             installed in the Premises by Landlord; and
     (c)     Thirty-two percent (32%) ofthe amount by which the real estate
             taxes levied or assessed for each calendar year partly or wholly
             within the term of this lease against the shopping center in
             which the Premises is located exceed the real estate texes for
             such shopping center for the calendar year 1994, payable in
             1995.

 Each request by Landlord for a payment pursuant to the foregoing
 provisions of this Section 13.1 shall be accompanied by reasonable
 documentation to support the pajmient request by Landlord. In addition,
 any request by Landlord for a real estate tex reimbursement pursuant to the
 foregoing subparagraph (c) with respect to any year after 1994 shall be made
 by Landlord to Tenant within ninety (90) days after the payment by
 Landlord of the second installment real estate tex bill for the Premises for
 such year after 1994.
 13.2 Landlord's Buildout Obligation.
   Landlord shall buildout the Premises as set forth in the scope of work on
 the drawings consisting of two pages prepared by Arbor Engineers &
 Planners, Ltii. ofChicago, Illinois dated December 21,1994 bearing Job No.
 94-167 (the "Buildout"). A copy of each page of such drawings has been
 initialed for identification and approval by Franklin L. Friedman for
 Landlord and Morton Cobum for Tenant,
64640                JOURNAL-CTTY COUNCIL-CHICAGO                            1/12/95


      A. Tenant shall have the right to appoint a representative to oversee
   and reasonably approve the Buildout work ("Tenant Representative").
   Tenant Representative shall be an agent ofthe City ofChicago from either
   ite Department of General Services, the Chicago Public Library or its
   Office of Budget Management.

     B. Landlord shall obtein one bid from licensed independent general
   contractor and one bid from Standard Property Associates L.P,
   (Americans' beneficiary) as general contractor for constructing the
   Buildout.
     C. The cost of the Buildout shall not exceed One Hundred Thousand
   Dollars ($100,000). If the cost of the Buildout, including without
   limitation all architectural, structural, mechanical, carpeting, electrical,
   vinyl, shoring, painting, doors, dumpsters, carpentry, signage, permit,
   H.V.A.C, lighting, plumbing and general contractor costs and fees, ete.
   (collectively, the "Buildout Cost"), as evidenced by the lower of such two
   bids, exceeds One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000), then Tenant
   shall promptly revise the scope of the Buildout so that the Buildout Cost
   does not exceed One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000). Landlord
   shall then promptly proceed to construct the Buildout, and Tenant (in
   addition to Tenant's other obligations under this lease) shall pay to
   Landlord the Buildout cost as follows:

          (1) When the Buildout is fifty percent (50%) complete, as reasonably
        approved by Tenant representative. Tenant shall pay to Landlord the
        lower of (i) Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000), or (ii) fifty percent (50%) of
        the Buildout Cost; and

          (2) When the Buildout is substantially complete, as reasonably
        approved by Tenant Representative, Tenant shall pay to Landlord the
        lower of (i) an additional Forty-Eight Thousand Dollars ($48,000), or (ii)
        the balance of the Buildout Cost except for a Two Thousand Dollar
        ($2,000) holdback for punchlist completion; and

          (3) When the Buildout is completed, as evidenced by Tenant
        Representetive approving that Landlord has completed any reasonable
        punchlist of uncompleted work in the Buildout, Tenant shall pay to
        Landlord an additional Two Thousand Dollars ($2,000).
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   In Witness Whereof, The parties have signed this lease as of the day and
 year first above written and American has affixed American's standard
 personal exculpation.

 Landlord:                               Tenant:

 Standard Property Associates L. P.,     City ofChicago, an Illinois
  an Illinois limited partnership         municipal corporation


 By:                                     By: The Department ofGeneral
           Franklin L. Friedman,              Services
             General Partner

                                         By:
                                                   Benjamin Reyes,
                                                   Commissioner


                                         By: The Department ofGeneral
                                              Services


 American National Bank and              By:
  Trust Company ofChicago, a                       Cosmo J. Briatta,
  national banking association, not                Asset Manager
  personally but solely as Trustee
  under a Trust Agreement dated
  September 25,1976, known as
  Trust Number 39379.                    By: The Chicago Public Library


 By:                                     By:
                                                   Mary Dempsey,
  Titie:                                           Conimissioner


 Attest:                                 By: The Chicago Public Library
                                              Board of Directors
64642               JOURNAL-CnY COUNCIL-CHICAGO                       1/12/95


 Titie:


                                           By:
                                                      President



 [Seal]


 Approved As To Form And
  Legality


 By: Department of Law


 By:
          Assistant Corporation
               Counsel

           [Exhibit "A" referred to in this Lease Agreement printed
                        on page 64643 of this Journal.]




          COMMITTEE ON TRAFFIC CONTROL AND SAFETY.



    ESTABLISHMENT AND AMENDMENT OF LOADING ZONES
            ON PORTIONS OF SPECIFIED STREETS.

  The Committee on Traffic Control and Safety submitted the following
report:

                          (Continued on page 64644)
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                        (Continued from page 64642)

                                             CHICAGO, January 12,1995.

  To the President and Members of the City Council:
    Your Committee on Traffic Control and Safety, to which was referred
  (May 18, July 13, August 3, September 14, October 5, November 2 and 10,
  1994), proposed ordinances to esteblish and amend loading zones on portions
  of sundry streete, begs leave to recommend that Your Honorable Body do
  Pass the proposed substitute ordinances submitted herewith.
    This recommendation was concurred in by all members of the committee
  present, with no dissenting votes.

                                          Respectfully submitted,
                               (Signed)   BURTON F. NATARUS,
                                                       Chairman.


  On motion of Alderman Natarus, the said proposed substitute ordinances
transmitted with the foregoing conimittee report were Passed by yeas and nays
as follows:
  Yeas — Aldermen Mazola, Haithcock, Tillman, Preckwinkle, Bloom, Steele,
Beavers, Dixon, Shaw, Buchanan, Huels, Fary, Olivo, Burke, Jones, Coleman,
Murphy, Rugai, Troutman, Evans, Munoz, Laski, Miller, Medrano, Ocasio,
Watson, E. Smith, Burrell, Bialczak, Gabinski, Mell, Austin, Wojcik, Banks,
Giles, Allen, Laurino, O'Connor, Doherty, Natarus, Bernardini, Hansen,
Levar, Shiller, Schulter, M. Smith, Moore, Stone - 48.
  Nays — None.
  Alderman Natarus moved to reconsider the foregoing vote. The motion was
lost.
  Said ordinances, as passed, read as follows (the italic heading in each case
not being a part ofthe ordinance):
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                     Establishment Of Loading Zones.

          Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of Chicago:
   SECTION 1. Thatinaccordance with the provisions of Title 9, Chapter
 64, Section 160 ofthe Municipal Code ofChicago, the following locations are
 hereby designated as loading zones for the distances specified, during the
 hours designated:

          Ward                                   Location And Time

                                          North Peoria Street (east side)
                                          from a point 30 feet north of West
                                          Lake Street, to a point 65 feet
                                          north thereof — loading zone/tew-
                                          away zone (94-0510);
                                          West Monroe Street (north side)
                                          from a point 20 feet west of South
                                          Sangamon Street, to a point 25 feet
                                          west thereof — loading zone/tow-
                                          away zone - 7:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M.
                                          - Monday through Saturday (94-
                                          1181);
                                         South Halsted Street (west side)
                                         from a point 20 feet south of West
                                         Jackson Boulevard, to a point 42
                                         feet south thereof -- loading
                                         zone/tow-away zone - 10:00 A.M.
                                         to 7:00 P.M. - daily (94-1342);
                                         South St. Lawrence Avenue (east
                                         side) from a point 158 feet north of
                                         East 85th Street, to a point 30 feet
                                         north thereof- 9:00 A.M. to 10:00
                                         P.M. - no exceptions (94-1022);
           21                            West 90th Street (south side) from
                                         a point 20 feet east of South
                                         Asnland Avenue, to a point 25 feet
                                         east thereof - 8:00 A.M. to 9:00
                                         P.M. - Monday through Friday
                                         (94-1024);
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        Ward                          Location And Time

         25                   South Wentworth Avenue (west
                              side) from a point 20 feet south of
                              West 20th Street, to a point 25 feet
                              south thereof - 6:00 A.M. to 6:00
                              P.M. (94-1394);
         27                   West Carroll Avenue (south side)
                              from a point 75 feet east of North
                              Justine Street, to a point 25 feet
                              east thereof - 7:00 A.M. to 6:00
                              P.M. — Monday through Friday
                              (94-1399);
         32                   North Elston Avenue (east side)
                              from a point 155 feet south of West
                              Fullerton Avenue, to a point 25
                              feet southeast thereof - 7:00 A.M.
                              to 9:00 P.M. (94-1485);
         32                   North Ashland Avenue (west side)
                              from a point 20 feet south of West
                              Julian Street, to a point 90 feet
                              south thereof - 8:00 A.M. to
                              8:00 P.M, (94-1406);
         32                   North Western Avenue (east side)
                              from a point 190 feet north of West
                              Shakespeare Avenue, to a point 25
                              feet north thereof and North
                              Western Avenue (east side) from a
                              g oint 235 feet north of West
                                hakespeare Avenue, to a point 15
                              feet north thereof - 5:00 A.M. to
                              8:00 A.M. and 1:00 P.M. to 4:00
                              P.M. - Monday through Friday
                              (94-1407);
         33                   North California Avenue (west
                              side) from a point 177 feet south of
                              West Montrose Avenue, to a point
                              45 feet south thereof- 7:00 A.M. to
                              7:00 P.M. (94-1488);
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          Ward                       Location And Time

           35                West Belmont Avenue (north side)
                             from a point 175 feet east of North
                             Lamon Avenue, to a point 25 feet
                             east thereof - 8:00 A.M. to 4:00
                             P.M. — Monday through Friday
                             (94-1248);
           37                West Hirsch Street (north side)
                             from a point 25 feet west of North
                             Laramie Avenue, to a point 40 feet
                             west thereof (handicapped) - 8:00
                             A.M. to 12:00 Noon - Sunday (94-
                             1498);
           40                West Devon Avenue (north side)
                             from a point 20 feet west of North
                             Bosworth Avenue, to a point 35
                             feet west thereof - 9:00 A.M. to
                             6:00 P.M. (94-1254);
           42                North Fremont Street (at 901 West
                             Weed Street) from West Weed
                             Street to the first alley south
                             thereof - 8:00 A.M. to 12:00
                             Midnight - daily (valet service);
           42                North LaSalle Boulevard (east
                             side) from a point 30 feet south of
                             West Huron Street, to a point 20
                             feet south thereof - 6:00 A.M. to
                             4:00 P.M. and 6:00 P.M. to 12:00
                             Midnight — tow-away zone (94-
                             0768);
           44                West Belmont Avenue (north side)
                             from a point 85 feet east of North
                             Sheffield Avenue, to a point 25 feet
                             east thereof - 6:00 P.M, to 4:00
                             A.M. (94-1491);
           44                North Sheffield Avenue (west side)
                             from a point 12 feet south of West
                             Cornelia Avenue, to a point 30 feet
                             south thereof- 8:00 P.M. to 11:00
                             P.M. - Tuesday through Saturday
                             (94-1096);
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        Ward                                     Location And Time

         46                              North Lake Shore Drive (local)
                                         (west side) from a point 210 feet
                                         north of West Waveland Avenue,
                                         to a point 25 feet north thereof -
                                         9:00 A.M to 4:00 P.M, - Monday
                                         through Friday (94-1094);

         47                              North Lincoln Avenue (east side)
                                         from a point 320 feet south of West
                                         Lawrence Avenue, to a point 10
                                         feet south thereof (handicapped)
                                         (94-1441);
         47                              North Lincoln Avenue (east side)
                                         from a point 52 feet north of West
                                         Ainslie Avenue, to a point 30 feet
                                         north thereof — Monday through
                                         Saturday - 8:00 A,M. to 7:00 P.M.
                                         (94-1443);
         50                              West Peterson Avenue (north side)
                                         from a point 108 feet east of North
                                         Fairfield Avenue, to a point 25 feet
                                         east thereof - 12:00 Noon to 4:00
                                         P.M. and 6:00 P.M. to 12:00
                                         Midnight (94-1450).

    SECTION 2. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force hereinafter
 its passage and publication.




                     Amendment Of Loading Zones.

 Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of Chicago:
    SECTION 1. Repeal ordinance passed October 13,1976 (Council Journal
 of Proceedings, page 3842) which reads:
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      "North Kedzie Avenue (east side) from a point 255 feet north of West
      Irving Park Road, to a point 92 feet north thereof - 8:00 A.M. to
      6:00 P.M. - Monday through Friday" (33rd Ward) (94-1412).

   SECTION 2. Repeal ordinance passed December 7, 1973 (Council
 Journal of Proceedings, page 6714) which reads:
      "North Kedzie Avenue (east side) from a point 347 feet north of West
      Irving Park Road, to a point 60 feet north thereof - 8:00 A.M. to
      6:00 P.M. - Monday through Friday" (33rd Ward) (94-1412).

   SECTION 3. Amend ordinance passed November 30, 1977 (Council
 Journal of Proceedings, page 6310) which reads:
     "North Lincoln Park West (west side) from a point 140 feet south of
     West Dickens Avenue, to a point 45 feet south thereof — 9:00 A.M.
     to 5:00 P.M, - Monday through Saturday"
 by inserting:
      "tow-away zone" (43rd Ward) (94-0886).

   SECTION 4. Amend ordinance passed April 29,1992 (Council Joumal of
 Proceedings, page 15387) which reads:
      "North Halsted Street (east side) from a point 45 feet south of West
      Oakdale Avenue, to a point 40 feet south thereof - 4:00 P.M. to
      12:00 Midnight — Monday through Saturday"
 by striking:
      "Monday through Saturday" (44th Ward) (94-1218).

   SECTION 5. Amend ordinance passed February 16, 1989 (Council
 Journal of Proceedings, page 25040) which reads:
      "West Buckingham Place (south side) from a point 60 feet east of North
      Clark Street, to a point 25 feet east thereof- loading zone - 4:00 P.M. to
      12:00 Midnight"
 by striking:
      "loading zone - 4:00 P.M. to 12:00 Midnight"
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 and inserting in lieu thereof:
        "loading zone/tow-away zone -10:00 A.M. to 12:00 Midnight" (44th
        Ward) (94-1439).

   SECTION 6. Amend ordinance passed September 23, 1987 (Council
 Journal of Proceedings, page 4086) which reads:
        "North Sheffield Avenue (west side) from a point 45 feet south of West
        Fleteher Street, to a point 50 feet south thereof- 11:00 A.M. to
        2:00 A.M."
 by striking:
        "50 feet south"
 and inserting in lieu thereof:
        "100 feet south" (44th Ward) (94-1487).

    SECTION 7. Amend ordinance passed August 7, 1985 (Council Journal
 of Proceedings, page 19094) which reads:
        'West Morse Avenue (north side) from a point 20 feet east of North
        Wayne Avenue, to a point 65 feet east thereof- 3:00 P.M. to 2:00 A.M. -
        no exceptions"
 by striking the above and inserting in lieu thereof:
   "West Morse Avenue (north side) from a point 200 feet east of North
   Glenwood Avenue, to a point 86 feet east thereof — loading zone — at all
   times" (49th Ward) (94-1444).

    SECTION 8. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force hereinafter
 its passage and publication.




           RESTRICTION AND AIVIENDMENT OF VEHICULAR
               TRAFFIC MOVEMENT ON PORTIONS OF
                        SUNDRY STREETS.

  The Committee on Traffic Control and Safety submitted the following
report:
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                                             CHICAGO, January 12,1995.

  To the President and Members of the City Council:
    Your Conimittee on Traffic Control and Safety, to which was referred
  (June 16, August 3, September 14, October 5, November 2 and 10, 1994)
  proposed ordinances to restrict and amend vehicular traffic movement on
  portions of sundry streete, begs leave to recommend that Your Honorable
  Body do Pass the proposed substitute ordinances transmitted herewith.
    This recommendation was concurred in by all members of the committee
  present, with no dissenting vote.

                                          Respectfully submitted,
                               (Signed)   BURTON F. NATARUS,
                                                        Chairman.


   On motion of Alderman Natarus, the said proposed substitute ordinances
transmitted with the foregoing committee report were Passed by yeas and nays
as follows:
  Yeas — Aldermen Mazola, Haithcock, Tillman, Preckwinkle, Bloom, Steele,
Beavers, Dixon, Shaw, Buchanan, Huels, Fary, (Dlivo, Burke, Jones, Coleman,
Murphy, Rugai, Troutman, Evans, Munoz, Laski, IVIiller, Medrano, Ocasio,
Watson, E. Smith, Burrell, Bialczak, Gabinski, Mell, Austin, Wojcik, Banks,
Giles, Allen, Laurino, O'Connor, Doherty, Natarus, Bernardini, Hansen,
Levar, Shiller, Schulter, M. Smith, Moore, Stone - 48.
  Nays — None.
  Alderman Natarus moved to reconsider the foregoing vote. The motion was
lost.
  Said ordinances, as passed, read as follows (the italic heading in each case
not being a part ofthe ordinance):

                 Restriction Of Vehicular Traffic Movement
                             To Single Direction.

  Be It Ordained by the City Council ofthe City ofChicago:
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   SECTION 1. Pursuant to Title 9, Chapter 20, Section 010 of the
 Municipal Code of Chicago, the operator of a vehicle shall operate such
 vehicle only in the direction specified below on the public ways between the
 limite indicated:

        Ward                                         Location

         14                               South Drake Avenue, from South
                                          Archer Avenue to West 44th
                                          S t r e e t - northerly (94-0933);
         15                               South Talman Avenue, from West
                                          63rd Street to West 59th Street -
                                          northerly (94-0662);
         22                               First north/south alley east of
                                          South Kostner Avenue, between
                                          West 21st Street and West 21st
                                          Place - northerly (94-1387);
         26                               First east/west alley north of West
                                          N o r t h A v e n u e to t h e f i r s t
                                          north/south alley west of North
                                          Albany Avenue — westerly (94-
                                          1396);
         26                               First north/south alley west of
                                          North Albany Avenue, from the
                                          first east/west alley north of West
                                          North Avenue to West Wabansia
                                          Avenue - northerly (94-1395);
         31                               West Belden Avenue, from North
                                          K i l b o u r n A v e n u e to N o r t h
                                          Kostner Avenue — easterly (94-
                                          1481);
         32                               North Carpenter Street, from West
                                          Chicago Avenue to West Ogden
                                          Avenue and West Fry Street —
                                          northerly (94-1238);
         32                               North Throop Street, from West
                                          North Avenue te West Le Mojme
                                          Street - southerly (94-1487);
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          Ward                                         Location

           40                                 West Arthur Avenue, from North
                                              Ravenswood Avenue to North
                                              Clark Street - easterly (94-1430),

    SECTION 2. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force hereinafter
 ite passage and publication.




                 Amendment Of Vehicular Traffic Movement.

 Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of Chicago:
   SECTION 1. Repeal ordinance passed September 15, 1993 (Council
 Journal of Proceedings, page 37857) which reads:
      "East 92nd Street, between South Jeffery Avenue and South Stony
      Island Avenue - westerly" (8th Ward) (94-1106).

    SECTION 2. Amend ordinance passed August 30,1972 (Council Journal
 of Proceedings, page 3626) which reads:
      "West 49th Street, from South Halsted Street to South Union Avenue -
      westerly"
 by striking:
      "westerly"
 and inserting in lieu thereof:
      "easterly" ( l l t h Ward) (94-1044).

   SECTION 3. Amend ordinance passed September 12, 1973 (Council
 Journal of Proceedings, page 6162) which reads:
      "North Hermitage Avenue, from West Crystal Street to West Ellen
      Street - northerly"
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  by striking the above and inserting in lieu thereof:
        "North Hermitege Avenue, from West Potomac Avenue to West Crystal
        Sti-eet - soutiierly" (26tii Ward) (94-1397).

   SECTION 4. Amend ordinance passed April 1,1987 (Council Journal of
 Proceedings, page 41081) which reads:
        "First east/west alley north of West Belmont Avenue, from North
        Rutherford Avenue to North Normandy Avenue - easterly"
 by striking:
        "easterly"
 and inserting in lieu thereof:
        "westerly" (36th Ward) (94-1416),

    SECTION 5. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force hereinafter
 ite passage and publication.




           ESTABLISHMENT AND AMENDIVIENT OF PARKING
                  RESTRICTIONS ON PORTIONS OF
                        SUNDRY STREETS.

  The Conimittee on Traffic Control and Safety submitted the following
report:

                                              CHICAGO, January 12,1995,

  To the President and Members of the City Council:
   Your Committee on Traffic Control and Safety, to which was referred
 (May 4, July 13, August 3, September 14, October 5, November 2,10 and 16,
 1994) proposed ordinances to establish and amend parking restrictions on
 portions of sundry streets, begs leave to recommend that Your Honorable
 Body do Pass the proposed substitute ordinances submitted herewith.
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    This recommendation was concurred in by all members of the committee
  present, with no dissenting votes.

                                          Respectfully submitted,
                               (Signed)   BURTON F. NATARUS,
                                                       Chairman.


  On motion of Alderman Natarus, the said proposed substitute ordinances
transmitted with the foregoing committee report were Passed by yeas and nays
as follows:
  Yeas — Aldermen Mazola, Haithcock, Tillman, Preckwinkle, Bloom, Steele,
Beavers, Dixon, Shaw, Buchanan, Huels, Fary, (Dlivo, Burke, Jones, Coleman,
Murphy, Rugai, Troutman, Evans, Munoz, Laski, Miller, Medrano, Ocasio,
Watson, E. Smith, Burrell, Bialczak, Gabinski, Mell, Austin, Wojcik, Banks,
Giles, Allen, Laurino, O'Connor, Doherty, Natarus, Bernardini, Hansen,
Levar, Shiller, Schulter, M, Smith, Moore, Stone — 48.
  Nays - None.
  Alderman Natarus moved to reconsider the foregoing vote. The motion was
lost.
  Said ordinances, as passed, read as follows (the italic heading in each case
not being a part ofthe ordinance):

                   Prohibition Of Parking At All Times.

  Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of Chicago:
    SECTION 1. Pursuant to Title 9, Chapter 64, Section 050 of the
  Municipal Code of Chicago, the operator of a vehicle shall not park such
  vehicle at any time upon the following public way, as indicated:

          Ward                                        Location

                                           In the 700 block of South Ashland
                                           Avenue (both sides) at all times -
                                           except during church services (94-
                                           1470).
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    SECTION 2. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force hereinafter
 ite passage and publication.




                 Prohibition Of Parking At All Times.
                       (Except For Handicapped)

 Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of Chicago:
   SECTION 1. Pursuant to Titie 9, Chapter 64, Section 050 of the
 Municipal Code of Chicago, the operator of a vehicle shall not park such
 vehicle at any time upon the following public ways, as indicated:

        Ward                                           Location

          3                             At 529 E a s t 4 6 t h S t r e e t --
                                        Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                                        10072;
          5                             At 6717 South East End Avenue -
                                        Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                                        10077;
          6                             At 7232 South Vernon Avenue -
                                        Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                                        10085;
          7                             At 9327 South Oglesby Avenue -
                                        Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                                        9891;
          9                             At 11324 South Edbrooke Avenue
                                        — Handicapped Parking Permit
                                        10094;
         10                             At 10637 S o u t h Avenue L -
                                        Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                                        10097;
         10                             At 10718 South Avenue N -
                                        Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                                        10100;
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          Ward                              Location

           11                At 3308 South Hoyne Avenue -
                             Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                             9915;
           12                At 2658 West 22nd P l a c e -
                             Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                             10112;
           12                At 4252 South Campbell Avenue -
                             Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                             9922;
           14                At 5026 South Fairfield Avenue -
                             Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                             10119;
           14                At 4829 South Winchester Avenue
                             — Handicapped Parking Permit
                             10121;
           14                At 3108 W e s t 3 9 t h P l a c e --
                             Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                             9930;
           14                At 4402 South Albany Avenue -
                             Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                             10117;

           15                At 7130 South Washtenaw Avenue
                             - Handicapped Parking Permit
                             10126;
           15                At 6349 South Washtenaw Avenue
                             - Handicapped Parking Permit
                             10125;
           15                At 6158 South Washtenaw Avenue
                             - Handicapped Parking Permit
                             10124;
           16                At 4731 South Justine Avenue -
                             Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                             9946;
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        Ward                                 Location

         16                   At 5645 South Hoyne Avenue —
                              Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                              10128;
         17                   At 7605 South Bishop Street -
                              Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                              9950;
         17                   At 6840 South Morgan Street -
                              Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                              10133;
         18                   At 8449 South May S t r e e t -
                              Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                              9952;
         18                   At 8451 South May S t r e e t -
                              Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                              9953;
         19                   10950 South Albany Avenue —
                              Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                              9957;
         20                   At 5937 South Indiana Avenue —
                              Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                              10140;
         21                   At 8935 South Ada S t r e e t -
                              Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                              10146;

         22                   At 3043 South Kolin Avenue -
                              Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                              9967;
         23                   At 4552 South La Crosse Avenue -
                              Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                              10156;
         23                   At 5254 South Moody Avenue —
                              Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                              10158;
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          Ward                              Location

           24                At 3917 West Lexington Street -
                             Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                             9977;
           24                At 1648 South Homan Avenue -
                             Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                             10160;
           26                At 2639 West Crystal Street -
                             Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                             9409;
           26                At 826 North Maplewood Avenue
                             - Handicapped Parking Permit
                             9989;
           28                At 2819 West Lexington Street -
                             Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                             10172;
           28                At 4920 West Quincy Street -
                             Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                             10174;
           29                At 5216 West Adams Street -
                             Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                             9851;
           31                At 2505 North Tripp Avenue -
                             Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                             10017;
           32                At 1817 West Newport Avenue -
                             Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                             10189;
           32                At 1417 West George Street -
                             Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                             10187;
           33                At 2827 West Nelson Street -
                             Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                             10191;
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          Ward                                            Location

            33                             At 3711 North Whipple Street -
                                           Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                                           10192;
            35                             At 2624 North Spaulding Avenue
                                           — Handicapped Parking Permit
                                           10194;
            37                             At 5410 West Fulton Street -
                                           Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                                           10196;
           39                              At 5043 North Lawndale Avenue
                                           — Handicapped Parking Permit
                                           10377;
           43                              At 1815 North Hudson Avenue -
                                           Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                                           10199;
           45                              At 4842 North Melvina Avenue -
                                           Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                                           10206.

    SECTION 2. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force hereinafter
 its passage and publication.




             Amendment Of Parking Prohibition At All Times.

 Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of Chicago:
   SECTION 1, Amend ordinance passed January 13, 1965 (Council
 Journal of Proceedings, page 4238) which reads:
        "South Wolcott Avenue (both sides) from West Taylor Street to West
        Polk Street — no parking anytime"
 by striking the above and inserting in lieu thereof:
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      "South Wolcott Avenue (east side) from West Taylor Street to West Polk
      Street and South Wolcott Avenue (west side) from a point 60 feet north
      of West Taylor Street to West Polk Street - no parking/tow-away zone"
      (1st Ward) (94-0829).

    SECTION 2. Amend ordinance passed October 20,1978 (Council Journal
 of Proceedings, page 8551) which reads:
     "North Kedzie Avenue (east side) from a point 102 feet north of West
     Addison Street, to a point 93 feet north thereof- no parking anytime"
 by striking the the above and inserting in lieu thereof:
     "North Kedzie Avenue (east side) from a point 20 feet north of West
     Addison Street, to a point 175 feet north thereof- no parking/tow-away
     zone" (33rd Ward) (94-1244).

    SECTION 3, This ordinance shall take effect and be in force hereinafter
 its passage and publication.




            Amendment Of Parking Prohibition At All Times.
                      (Except For Handicapped)

 Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of Chicago:
   SECTION 1. Removal of Handicapped Parking Permit 8954 signs,
 located at 4050 South Brighton Place (12th Ward).
   SECTION 2. Removal of Handicapped Parking Permit 5395 signs,
 located at 3824 West 62nd Street (13th Ward).
   SECTION 3. Removal of Handicapped Parking Permit 7386 signs,
 located at 4442 South Richmond Street (14th Ward).
   SECTION 4. Removal of Handicapped Parking Permit 6118 signs,
 located at 4133 South Maplewood Avenue (14th Ward).
   SECTION 5. Removal of Handicapped Parking Permit signs, located at
 4130 North Oakley Avenue (47th Ward).
    SECTION 6. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force hereinafter
 its passage and publication.
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                 Prohibition Of Parking During Specified Hours.

 Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of Chicago:
   SECTION 1, Pursuant to Title 9, Chapter 64, Section 089 of the
 Municipal Code of Chicago, the operator of a vehicle shall not park such
 vehicle upon the following public ways in the areas indicated, during the
 hours specified:

          Ward                                    Location And Time

            19                             South Winchester Avenue (both
                                           sides) from West 97th Street to
                                           West 98th Street - 8:00 A.M. to
                                           10:00 A.M, - Monday through
                                           Friday (94-1477);
            19                             South Wood Street (east side) from
                                           West 95th Street to West 96th
                                           Street - 6:00 A.M. to 10:00 A.M. -
                                           Monday through Friday (94-1381).

    SECTION 2, This ordinance shall take effect and be in force hereinafter
 its passage and publication.




         Amendment Of Parking Prohibition During Specified Hours.

 Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of Chicago:
    SECTION 1. Repeal ordinance passed October 16,1972 (Council Journal
 of Proceedings, page 3890) which reads:
        "South Michigan Avenue (west side) from East 93rd Street to East 95th
        Street - 8:00 A.M, to 10:00 A.M. - except Saturday, Sunday and
        holidays (6th Ward) (94-1108).
   SECTION 2. Repeal ordinance passed June 7, 1957 (Council Journal of
 Proceedings, page 5562) which reads:
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      "South Wood Street, from West 95th Place to West 96th Street - 8:00
      A.M. to 10:00 A.M. - Monday through Friday" (19th Ward) (94-1381).

    SECTION 3. Amend ordinance passed August 31,1977 (Council Journal
 of Proceedings, page 5880) which reads:
      "South Wood Street (both sides) from West 95th Street to West 100th
      Street - 8:00 A.M. to 10:00 A.M. - Monday through Friday"
 by striking:
      "West 95th Street"
 and inserting in lieu thereof:
     "West 96th Sti-eet" (19tii Ward) (94-1381).

   SECTION 4. Amend ordinance passed May 6, 1959 (Council Journal of
 Proceedings, page 161) which reads:
     "West Pryor Avenue (north side) at South Prospect Avenue (west side)
     from South Homewood Avenue to the junction of South Prospect Avenue
     - 8:00 A.M. to 10:00 A.M. - except Saturday, Sunday and holidays"
 by striking:
     "South Homewood Avenue (west side) to the junction of South Prospect
     Avenue - 8:00 A.M. to 10:00 A.M. - except Sunday and holidays"
 and inserting in lieu thereof:
      "parking prohibited at all times" (19th Ward) (94-1028).

    SECTION 5. Amend ordinance passed August 21,1974 (Council Journal
 of Proceedings, page 8725) which reads:
     "North California Avenue (west side) from West Addison Street to a
     point 200 feet north thereof
 by striking:
     "a point 200 feet north"
 and inserting in lieu thereof:
     "West Waveland Avenue" (33rd Ward) (94-1408).
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   SECTION 6. Amend ordinance passed April 27,1960 (Council Journal of
 Proceedings, page 2509) which reads:
        "North Kimball Avenue (both sides) from a point 200 feet north of West
        Fullerton Avenue to West North Avenue - rush hours (west side) 7:00
        A.M. to 9:00 A.M. and (east side) 4:00 P.M. to 6:00 P.M. - except
        Saturday, Sunday and holidays"
 by striking:
        " a point 200 feet north of West Fullerton Avenue"
 and inserting in lieu thereof:
        "West Fullerton Avenue" (33rd Ward) (94-1414).

   SECTION 7. Amend ordinance passed February 28, 1975 (Council
 Journal of Proceedings, page 10272) which reads:
        "West Peterson Avenue (south side) from North Ridge Avenue to North
        Lincoln Avenue - 7:00 A.M. to 9:00 A.M. - Monday through Friday"
 by striking:
        "North Damen Avenue to North Western Avenue"
 and inserting in lieu thereof:
        "West Peterson Avenue (south side) from North Damen Avenue to
        North Western Avenue - no parking/tow-away-zone" (40th Ward) (94-
        1723).

   SECTION 8. Repeal ordinance passed April 7, 1976 (Council Journal of
 Proceedings, page 2788) which reads:
        "West Sunnyside Avenue (south side) from a point 70 feet east of North
        Lamon Avenue to North La Crosse Avenue - no parking - 8:00 A.M, to
        6:00 P.M. - Monday through Friday" (45th Ward) (94-1440).
 by striking the above.

    SECTION 9. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force hereinafter
 its passage and publication.
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                 Limitation Of Parking During Specified Hours.


 Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of Chicago:
   SECTION 1. Pursuant to Titie 9, Chapter 64, Section 080 of the
 Municipal Code of Chicago, the operator of a vehicle shall not park such
 vehicle upon the following public ways in the areas indicated, during the
 hours specified:



          Ward                               Location, Distance And Time


           14                              West 38th Street (south side) from
                                           a point 20 feet west of South
                                           Campbell Avenue, to point 80 feet
                                           west thereof - two hours — 8:00
                                           A.M. to 10:00 P.M. - daily (94-
                                           0932);

           19                              South Kedzie Avenue (east side)
                                           from a point 152 feet north of West
                                           105th Street, to a point 84 feet
                                           north thereof — two hours — 8:00
                                           A.M. to 6:00 P.M. - Monday
                                           through Saturday (94-1383).


    SECTION 2. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force hereinafter
 its passage and publication.




      Amendment Of Parking Limitations During Specified Hours.


 Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of Chicago:
    SECTION 1. Amend ordinance passed March 30,1984 (Council Journal
 of Proceedings, page 5833) which reads:
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        "North Ogden Avenue (east side) from West Chicago Avenue to North
        Carpenter Street - one hour - 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. - Monday through
        Saturday"
 by striking the above and inserting in lieu thereof:
        "North Ogden Avenue, both sides of the street and both sides of the
        island, from West Chicago Avenue to North Carpenter Street — two
        hours - 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. - Monday through Friday" (32nd Ward)
        (94-1232).

    SECTION 2. Amend ordinance passed March 30,1984 (Council Journal
 of Proceedings, page 5833) which reads:
        "North Carpenter Street (west side) from North Milwaukee Avenue to
        North Ogden Avenue - one hour - 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. - Monday
        through Saturday"
 by striking:
        "North Milwaukee Avenue"
 and inserting in lieu thereof:
        "West Chicago Avenue"
 and adding:
        "North Carpenter Street (both sides) from West Chicago Avenue to
        North Ogden Avenue - two hours - 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. - Monday
        through Friday" (32nd Ward) (94-1240).

    SECTION 3. This ordinance shall teke effect and be in force hereinafter
 ite passage and publication.




              Designation Of Residential Permit Parking Zones.

 Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of Chicago:
   SECTION 1. Pursuant to Titie 9, Chapter 64, Section 090 of the
 Municipal Code of Chicago, portions of the below named streete are hereby
 designated as residential parking zones, for the following locations:
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          Ward                           Location

           18                West 83rd Street, from the first
                             alley west of South Kedzie Avenue
                             to South Spaulding Avenue (Zone
                             266);
           18                West 83rd Place, from South St.
                             Louis Avenue to railroad tracks
                             west thereof (Zone 266);
           23                South Natehez Avenue (west side)
                             from West 64th Street to the first
                             alley north thereof - at all times
                             (Zone 351);
           23                West 53rd Street (south side) from
                             South Tripp Avenue to the first
                             alleys east and west thereof - 8:00
                             A.M. to 4:00 P.M. (Zone 70);
           23                West 53rd Street (north side) from
                             South Tripp Avenue to the first
                             alley east thereof - 8:00 A.M. to
                             4:00 P.M. (Zone 70);
           26                North Artesian Avenue (west side)
                             from West Wabansia Avenue to
                             West Bloomingdale Avenue and
                             (east side) from West Wabansia
                             Avenue to a point 150 feet south of
                             West Bloomingdale Avenue (Zone
                             271);
           26                North Troy Street, from West
                             Wabansia Avenue to the first alley
                             south thereof (Zone 82);
           26                North Troy Street, from West
                             W a b a n s i a A v e n u e to W e s t
                             Bloomingdale Avenue (Zone 82);
           31                North Hamlin Avenue, from West
                             Le Moyne Street to the first alley
                             north thereof (Zone 193);
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        Ward                                       Location

         35                              North Springfield Avenue, from
                                         West Roscoe S t r e e t to W e s t
                                         Cornelia Avenue — at all times
                                         (Zone 103);
         38                             West Cullom Avenue (north side)
                                        from North McVicker Avenue to
                                        North Meade Avenue and (south
                                        side) from the first alley west of
                                        North McVicker Avenue to North
                                        Meade Avenue (Zone 341);
         41                             North West Circle Avenue, from
                                        North N i n a Avenue to W e s t
                                        Thorndale Avenue (Zone 20);
         43                             North Maud Avenue (east side)
                                        from North Seminary Avenue to a
                                        point 629 feet north thereof and
                                        (west side) from North Kenmore
                                        Avenue to a point 571 feet north
                                        thereof (Zone 143);
         43                             In the 100 block of West Eugenie
                                        Street (both sides) 6:00 P.M. to
                                        12:00 Midnight (Zone 142);
         45                             North Leclaire Avenue (west side)
                                        from West Strong Street to the
                                        first alley north thereof and from
                                        West Strong Street to the first
                                        alley south thereof (Zone 101);
         45                             North Lotus Avenue (east side)
                                        from West Catelpa Avenue to the
                                        first alley north thereof and (west
                                        side) from West Catalpa Avenue to
                                        West Bryn Mawr Avenue (Zone
                                        101).

    SECTION 2. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force hereinafter
 ite passage and publication.
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                Amendment Of Residential Permit Parking Zones.

 Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of Chicago:
   SECTION 1. Removal of Residential Permit Parking Zone 160 signs
 located on West 79th Place (south side) from South Oakley Avenue to a point
 340 feet west thereof (18th Ward).
   SECTION 2. Removal of Residential Permit Parking Zone 327 signs
 located on South Old Harlem Avenue, from West 64th Street to West 64th
 Place (23rd Ward).
   SECTION 3. Removal of Residential Permit Parking Zone 262 signs
 located on North Rutherford Avenue, from West School Street to the first
 alley south thereof (36th Ward).
   SECTION 4. Removal of Residential Permit Parking Zone 362 signs
 located in the 4800 block of West Concord Place (both sides) (37th Ward).
   SECTION 5. Removal of Residential Permit Parking Zone 10 signs
 located on West Eddy Street, from North Menard Avenue to North Marmora
 Avenue (38th Ward).
    SECTION 6. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force hereinafter
 its passage and publication.




                Designation Of Service Drives/Diagonal Parking.

 Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of Chicago:
   SECTION 1. Pursuant to Title 9, Chapter 64, Section 030 of the
 Municipal Code of Chicago, portions of the below named streete are hereby
 designated as service drives/diagonal parking for the following locations:

          Ward                                          Location

           35                              West Parker Avenue (north side)
                                           from North Karlov Avenue to the
                                           St. Paul and Pacific Railroad
                                           tracks (94-1799);
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         Ward                                           Location

          35                              North Karlov Avenue (west side)
                                          from West Diversey Avenue to
                                          West Parker Avenue (94-1798).

     SECTION 2. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force hereinafter
  ite passage and publication.




        ESTABLISHMENT OF SPEED LIMnATION ON PORTION
                 OF SOUTH RTOGEWAY AVENUE.

  The Committee on Traffic Control and Safety submitted the following
report:

                                            CHICAGO, January 12,1995.

  To the President and Members of the City Council:
    Your Committee on Traffic Control and Safety, to which was referred
  (November 2, 1994) proposed orders to establish speed limitations, begs
  leave to recommend that Your Honorable Body do Pass the proposed
  substitute ordinance submitted herewith.
    This recommendation was concurred in by all members of the conimittee
  present, with no dissenting votes.

                                         Respectfully submitted,
                              (Signed)   BURTON F. NATARUS,
                                                      Chairman.


  On motion of Alderman Natarus, the said proposed substitute ordinance
transmitted with the foregoing conimittee report was Passed by yeas and nays
as follows:
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  Yeas — Aldermen Mazola, Haithcock, Tillman, Preckwinkle, Bloom, Steele,
Beavers, Dixon, Shaw, Buchanan, Huels, Fary, Olivo, Burke, Jones, Coleman,
Murphy, Rugai, Troutman, Evans, Munoz, Laski, Miller, Medrano, Ocasio,
Watson, E. Smith, Burrell, Bialczak, Gabinski, Mell, Austin, Wojcik, Banks,
Giles, Allen, Laurino, O'Connor, Doherty, Natarus, Bernardini, Hansen,
Levar, Shiller, Schulter, M. Smith, Moore, Stone — 48.
  Nays — None.
  Alderman Naterus moved to reconsider the foregoing vote. The motion was
lost.
 The following is said ordinance as passed:

 Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of Chicago:
   SECTION 1. Pursuant to Titie 9, Chapter 12, Section 070 of the
 Municipal Code of Chicago, it shall be unlawful for the operator of any
 vehicle to operate such vehicle at a greater speed than is indicated upon the
 street or other public way designated within the limits specified:

          Ward                                       Location

           24                             South Ridgeway Avenue, between
                                          West Ogden Avenue and West
                                          19th Street - 25 miles per hour
                                          (94-1391).

    SECTION 2, This ordinance shall take effect and be in force hereinafter
 ite passage and publication.




     ESTABLISHMENT AND AMENDMENT OF TRAFFIC LANE
             TOW-AWAY ZONES ON PORTIONS OF
                   SPECIFIED STREETS.

  The Committee on Traffic Control and Safety submitted the following
report:
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                                             CHICAGO, January 12,1995.

  To the President and Members of the City Council:
     Your Committee on Traffic Control and Safety, to which was referred
  (July 13, September 14, October 5, November 2 and 10, 1994) ordinances to
  establish and amend traffic lane tow-away zones on portions of sundry
  streete, begs leave to recommend that Your Honorable Body do Pass the
  proposed substitute ordinances submitted herewith.
    This recommendation was concurred in by all members of the conimittee
  present, with no dissenting votes.

                                          Respectfully submitted,
                               (Signed)   BURTON F. NATARUS,
                                                       Chairman.


   On motion of Alderman Natarus, the said proposed substitute ordinances
transmitted with the foregoing committee report were Passed by yeas and nays
as follows:
  Yeas - Aldermen Mazola, Haithcock, Tillman, Preckwinkle, Bloom, Steele,
Beavers, Dixon, Shaw, Buchanan, Huels, Fary, Olivo, Burke, Jones, Coleman,
Murphy, Rugai, Troutman, Evans, Munoz, Laski, IVIiller, Medrano, Ocasio,
Watson, E. Smith, Burrell, Bialczak, Gabinski, Mell, Austin, Wojcik, Banks,
Giles, Allen, Laurino, O'Connor, Doherty, Natarus, Bernardini, Hansen,
Levar, Shiller, Schulter, M. Smith, Moore, Stone - 48.
  Nays - None.
  Alderman Naterus moved to reconsider the foregoing vote. The motion was
lost.
  Said ordinances, as passed, read as follows (the italic heading in each case
not being a part ofthe ordinance):

             Establishment Of Traffic Lane Tow-Away Zones.

  Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of Chicago:
    SECTION 1. Pursuant to Titie 9, Chapter 64 of the Municipal Code of
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 Chicago, the following locations are hereby designated as traffic lane tow-
 away zones; between the limits and during the times specified, standing or
 parking of any vehicle shall be considered a definite hazard to the normal
 movement of traffic:

          Ward                                        Location

            2                            South Prairie Avenue (east side)
                                         from East Cermak Road to East
                                         24th Place - at all times (94-1023);
            5                            East 58th Street (north side) from
                                         South Maryland Avenue to South
                                         Drexel Avenue (94-1348);
           19                            South Longwood Drive (east side)
                                         from West 111th Street to a point
                                         50 feet south thereof (94-1384);
           19                            West 111th Street (south side)
                                         from South Longwood Drive to a
                                         point 50 feet east thereof (94-
                                         1384);
           28                            North Cicero Avenue (east side)
                                         from West Washington Boulevard
                                         to West Ohio Street - 6:30 A.M.
                                          to 9:30 A.M. and 3:30 P.M. to 6:30
                                         P.M. - Monday through Friday
                                         (94-1402);
           28                            North Cicero Avenue (both sides)
                                         from West Fifth Avenue to West
                                         Washington Boulevard -- 6:30
                                         A.M. to 9:30 A.M. and 3:30 P.M. to
                                         6:30 P.M. - Monday t h r o u g h
                                         Friday (94-1401);
           32                            North Paulina Street (west side)
                                         from a point 305 feet north of West
                                         Wrightwood Avenue, to a point 32
                                         feet north thereof (94-1486);
           33                            West Montrose Avenue (north
                                         side) from a point 20 feet east of
                                         North Sawyer Avenue, to a point
                                         33 feet east thereof (94-1247);
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        Ward                                          Location


         37                              North Cicero Avenue (west side)
                                         from West Washington Boulevard
                                         to West Ohio Street - 6:30 A.M. to
                                         9:30 A.M. and 3:30 P.M. to 6:30
                                         P.M. - Monday through Friday
                                         (94-1423);

         37                              North Cicero Avenue (both sides)
                                         from West Ohio Street to West
                                         Chicago Avenue - 6:30 A.M. to
                                         9:30 A.M. and 3:30 P.M. to 6:30
                                         P.M. - Monday through Friday
                                         (94-1424);

         50                              North St. Louis Avenue (west side)
                                         from North Lincoln Avenue to
                                         West Rosemont Avenue (94-1494);

         50                              West Rosemont Avenue (north
                                         side) from North St. Louis Avenue
                                         to the first alley west thereof (94-
                                         1498);

         50                              North Ridge Avenue (west side)
                                         from West Thome Avenue to a
                                         point 40 feet north thereof - at all
                                         times (94-1449);

         50                              North Ridge Avenue (east side)
                                         from West Thome Avenue to a
                                         point 20 feet north thereof - at all
                                         times (94-1468).


    SECTION 2, This ordinance shall take effect and be in force hereinafter
 its passage and publication.
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                Amendment Of Traffic Lane Tow-Away Zone.

  Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of Chicago:
    SECTION 1. Rescind ordinance passed May 8, 1974 (Council Journal of
  Proceedings, page 8164) which reads:
      "West Taylor Street (north side) from South Wolcott Avenue to a point
      160 feet west thereof- no parking/tow-away zone"
  and insert in lieu thereof:
      "West Taylor Street (north side) from a point 60 feet to a point 160 feet
      west of the west side of South Wolcott Avenue - no parking/tow-away
      zone" (1st Ward) (94-0829).

     SECTION 2. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force hereinafter
  its passage and publication.




      AUTHORIZATION FOR ERECTION OF TRAFFIC WARNING
          SIGNS AND TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS ON
               PORTIONS OF SUNDRY STREETS.

  The Committee on Traffic Control and Safety submitted the following
report:

                                             CHICAGO, January 12,1995.

  To the President and Members of the City Council:
   Your Committee on Traffic Control and Safety, to which was referred
 (September 14, October 5, November 2 and 10, 1994), proposed ordinances
 and order to erect traffic warning signs and signals, begs leave to
 recommend that Your Honorable Body do Pass the proposed substitute
 ordinances and order submitted herewith.
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    This recommendation was concurred in by all members ofthe committee
  present, with no dissenting votes.

                                          Respectfully submitted,
                               (Signed)   BURTON F. NATARUS,
                                                       Chairman.


  On motion of Alderman Naterus, the said proposed substitute ordinances
and substitute order transmitted with the foregoing committee report were
Passed by yeas and nays as follows:
  Yeas — Aldermen Mazola, Haithcock, Tillman, Preckwinkle, Bloom, Steele,
Beavers, Dixon, Shaw, Buchanan, Huels, Fary, Olivo, Burke, Jones, Coleman,
Murphy, Rugai, Troutman, Evans, Munoz, Laski, Miller, Medrano, Ocasio,
Watson, E. Smith, Burrell, Bialczak, Gabinski, Mell, Austin, Wojcik, Banks,
Giles, Allen, Laurino, O'Connor, Doherty, Natarus, Bernardini, Hansen,
Levar, Shiller, Schulter, M. Smith, Moore, Stone — 48.
  Nays — None.
  Alderman Natarus moved to reconsider the foregoing vote. The motion was
lost.
  Said ordinances and order, as passed, read as follows (the italic heading in
each case not being a part ofthe ordinance or order):

                    Erection Of Traffic Warning Signs.

    Ordered, That the Commissioner of Transportation is hereby authorized
  and directed to erect traffic signs on the lollowing streets, of the type
  specified:

        Ward                                  Location And Type Of Sign

           6                               "All-Way Stop" signs, at South
                                           Michigan Avenue and East 74th
                                           Street (94-1126);
           6                               "All-Way Stop" signs, at South
                                           Indiana Avenue and East 78th
                                           Street (94-1128);
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          Ward                        Location And Type Of Sign

            9                      "All-Way Stop" signs, at South
                                   State Street and East/West 100th
                                   Sti-eet (94-1133);
            9                      "All-Way Stop" signs, at South
                                   Forest Avenue and East 102nd
                                   Street (94-1130);
            9                      "All-Way Stop" signs, at South
                                   Calumet Avenue and East 102nd
                                   Street (94-1286);
            9                      'Three-Way Stop" signs, on South
                                   Indiana Avenue at East 127th
                                   Street;
            9                      "Two-Way S t o p " s i g n s , for
                                   north/southbound traffic on South
                                   Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive
                                   at East 101st Street (94-1131);
            9                      "Two-Way S t o p " s i g n s , for
                                   east/westbound traffic on East
                                   115th at South Dr. Martin Luther
                                   King, Jr. Drive (94-1286);
           11                      "Stop" sign, stopping West 48th
                                   Place for South Wallace Street (94-
                                   1297);
           12 and 22               "All-Way Stop" signs, at South
                                   Christiana Avenue and West 25th
                                   Street (94-1461);
           13                      Automatic traffic control signals,
                                   at West 59th Street and South
                                   Keeler Avenue - is recommended
                                   for long range traffic signal
                                   program (94-1120);
           14                      "Stop" sign, stopping West 38th
                                   Place for South Francisco Avenue
                                   (94-1298);
           14                      "All-Way Stop" signs, at South St,
                                   Louis Avenue and West 44th
                                   Street (94-1300);
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        Ward                      Location And Type OfSign

         14                   "Stop" s i g n , s t o p p i n g S o u t h
                              Spaulding Avenue for West 45th
                              Street (94-1299);
         16                   "All-Way Stop" signs, at South
                              Peoria Street and West 60th Street
                              (94-1301);
         21                   "Two-Way S t o p " s i g n s , for
                              east/westbound traffic on West
                              111th Street at South Racine
                              Avenue (94-1309);
         26                   "All-Way Stop" signs, at North
                              Rockwell Street and West Altgeld
                              Street (94-1321);
         32                   "All-Way Stop" signs, at North
                              P a u l i n a Street and West
                              Bloomingdale Avenue (94-1464);
         34                   'Three-Way Stop" signs, at West
                              119th Street and South Princeton
                              Avenue (94-1147);
         35                   "All-Way Stop" signs, at West
                              Bloomingdale Avenue and North
                              Richmond Street (94-1163);
         35                   "Two-Way Stop" signs, stopping
                              North Lawndale Avenue for West
                              Grace Street (94-1323);
         35                   "Two-Way Stop" signs, stopping
                              North Ridgeway Avenue for West
                              George Street (94-1166);
         36                   "No Right Turn - 3:00 P.M. To
                              6:00 P.M." signs, at North Oak
                              Park Avenue and West Medill
                              Avenue — for northbound traffic
                              (94-1421);
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          Ward                  Location And Type Of Sign

           36                "All-Way Stop" signs, at North
                             Newcastle Avenue and West
                             Waveland Avenue (94-1325);
           36                "No Right Turn - 3:00 P.M. To
                             6:00 P.M." signs, at North Oak
                             Park Avenue and West Belden
                             Avenue - for northbound traffic
                             (94-1418);
           36                "All-Way Stop" signs, at North
                             Normandy Avenue and West
                             Cornelia Avenue (94-1466);
           37                "All-Way Stop" signs, at North
                             Lawler Avenue and West Hirsch
                             Street (94-1326);
           38                "All-Way Stop" signs, at North
                             Lockwood Avenue and West Eddy
                             Street (94-1328);
           38                "All-Way Stop" signs, at North
                             Meade Avenue and West Byron
                             Sti-eet (94-1327);
           41                "Two-Way Stop" signs, stopping
                             North Nordica Avenue for West
                             Hayes Avenue (94-1329);
           43                "All-Way Stop" signs, at West
                             Belden Avenue and North Clifton
                             Avenue (94-1331);
           43                "All-Way Stop" signs, at West
                             Dickens Avenue and North
                             Halsted Street (94-1334);
           43                "All-Way Stop" signs, at West
                             A r m i t a g e Avenue and North
                             Fremont Street (94-1467);
           43                "All-Way Stop" signs, at North
                             Sedgwick S t r e e t a n d W e s t
                             Menomonee Street (94-1335);
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        Ward                               Location And Type Of Sign

         44                             "All-Way Stop" signs, at North
                                        J a n s s e n Avenue and West
                                        Waveland Avenue (94-1387);
         44                             "Three-Way S t o p " s i g n s , for
                                        north/southbound traffic on North
                                        Southport Avenue at West Byron
                                        Street (94-1336);
         45                             "One-Way Stop" sign, stopping
                                        West Agatite Avenue, for North
                                        Linder Avenue (94-1339);
         45                             "All-Way Stop" signs, at North
                                        K i l p a t r i c k Avenue and West
                                        Hutehinson Street (94-1338);
         45                             "One-Way Stop" sign, stopping
                                        North Laramie Avenue for West
                                        Giddings Street (94-1340);
         46                              '^^2P" ^^S^^' ^^^ east/westbound
                                        traffic on West Sheridan Road and
                                        North Pine Grove Avenue (94-
                                        0980);
         50                             "One-Way Stop" sign, stopping
                                        West Rosemont Avenue for North
                                        St. Louis Avenue (94-1469);
         50                             'Three-Way Stop" signs, at West
                                        P r a t t Boulevard and North
                                        Washtenaw Avenue (94-1468).




               Installation Of "Closed To Traffic" Signs.

 Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of Chicago:
    SECTION 1. That the Commissioner of Transportation is hereby
 authorized and directed to install "Closed To Traffic" signs at the below
 listed locations:
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          Ward                                 Location And Time

           11                            At 3400 to 3500 South Bell Avenue
                                         (Everett Public School) - 8:30
                                         A.M. to 9:30 A.M., 11:15 A.M. to
                                         11:45 A.M. and 2:00 P.M. to 3:00
                                         P.M.. Recommended, provided
                                         provisions of Section 9-12-040 of
                                         the city traffic code are fully
                                         complied with and provided school
                                         is responsible for traffic control
                                         devices (94-1365);
           31                            North Keeler Avenue, between the
                                         first alley south of West Palmer
                                         Street and West Dickens Avenue —
                                         8:30 A.M. to 9:00 A.M., 11:30 A.M.
                                         to 12:30 P.M. and 2:15 P.M. to 2:45
                                         P.M. - school years 1994 - 1996.
                                         Recommended,             provided
                                         provisions of Section 9-12-040 of
                                         the city traffic code are fully
                                         complied with and provided school
                                         is responsible for traffic control
                                         devices (94-1778);
           50                            North Fairfield Avenue, from
                                         West Glenlake Avenue to West
                                         Granville Avenue - 2:15 P.M. to
                                         2:45 P.M. - school year 1994 -
                                         1995. Recommended provided
                                         provisions of Section 9-12-040 of
                                         the city traffic code are fully
                                         complied with and provided school
                                         is responsible for traffic control
                                         devices (94-1446).

    SECTION 2. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force hereinafter
 ite passage and publication.




                  Installation Of Miscellaneous Signs.

 Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of Chicago:
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    SECTION 1. That the Commissioner of Transportation is hereby
  authorized and directed to install the following miscellaneous signs at the
  below listed locations:

        Ward                                   Location And Type Of Sign

          1                                South Wolcott Avenue (west side)
                                           from a point 20 feet north of West
                                           Taylor Street, to a point 40 feet
                                           north thereof — fifteen minute
                                           s t a n d i n g zone -- u n a t t e n d e d
                                           vehicles must have lighte flashing
                                           - tow-away zone (94-0829);
          1                                West Taylor Street (north side)
                                           from a point 20 feet west of the
                                           west side of South Wolcott Avenue,
                                           to a point 40 feet west thereof —
                                           fifteen minute standing zone —
                                           unattended vehicles must have
                                           lighte flashing - tow-away zone
                                           (94-0829).

     SECTION 2. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force hereinafter
  its passage and publication.




          Failed To Pass - VARIOUS TRAFFIC REGULATIONS,
                     TRAFFIC SIGNS, ET CETERA.
                  (Adverse Conimittee Recommendations)

  The Committee on Traffic Control and Safety submitted a report
recommending that the City Council do not pass sundry proposed ordinances
and proposed orders (transmitted with the committee report) relating to traffic
regulations, traffic signs, et cetera.
  Alderman Naterus moved to Concur In the committee's recommendation.
The question in reference to each proposed ordinance or proposed order
thereupon became: "Shall the proposed ordinances or proposed orders pass.
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notwithstanding the committee's adverse recommendation?" and the several
questions being so put, each of the said proposed ordinances and proposed
orders Fai/ed to Pass by yeas and nays as follows:
  Yeas — None.
  Nays — Aldermen Mazola, Haithcock, Tillman, Preckwinkle, Bloom, Steele,
Beavers, Dixon, Shaw, Buchanan, Huels, Fary, Olivo, Burke, Jones, Coleman,
Murphy, Rugai, Troutman, Evans, Munoz, Laski, Miller, Medrano, Ocasio,
Wateon, E. Smith, Burrell, Bialczak, Gabinski, Mell, Austin, Wojcik, Banks,
Giles, Allen, Laurino, O'Connor, Doherty, Natarus, Bernardini, Hansen,
Levar, Shiller, Schulter, M. Smith, Moore, Stone - 48.
  Alderman Natarus moved to reconsider the foregoing vote. The motion was
lost.
  The committee report listing said ordinances and orders, which failed to
pass, reads as follows:

                                             CHICAGO, January 12,1995.

  To the President and Members of the City Council:
   Your Committee on Traffic Control and Safety begs leave to recommend
 that Your Honorable Body Do Not Pass sundry proposed ordinances and
 orders submitted herewith, which were referred to your conimittee (May 18,
 June 16, July 13, August 8, September 14, Octeber 5, November 2, 10, 16
 and 30, 1994) concerning traffic regulations and traffic signs, et cetera, as
 follows:

 Parking Prohibited At All Times.

          Ward                                       Location

           14                             At 5639 South Sawyer Avenue -
                                          in front of driveway. No City
                                          Council action necessary for
                                          driveway prohibition signs. Signs
                                          will be installed upon verification
                                          of driveway permit and upon
                                          receipt of necessary fees from
                                          applicant (94-1034);
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        Ward                                       Location

         14                           At 6405 South Richmond Street (in
                                      front of driveway) at all times. No
                                      City Council action necessary for
                                      driveway prohibition signs. Signs
                                      will be instelled upon verification
                                      of driveway permit and upon
                                      receipt of necessary fees from
                                      applicant (94-0934);
         19                           At the alley entrances between
                                      11321 and 11335 South Homewood
                                      Avenue - at all times. No City
                                      Council a c t i o n   necessary.
                                      Requested signs will be posted
                                      under City Traffic Code 9-6-100(c)
                                      (94-1380);
         28                           At 3833 W e s t W a s h i n g t o n
                                      B o u l e v a r d -- a t a l l t i m e s .
                                      Duplicate proposal. Previously
                                      recommended September 14, 1994
                                      (94-1403);
         30                           At 3241 North Kenneth Avenue -
                                      at all times. Request withdrawn
                                      (94-1405);
         45                           At 4834 West Pensacola Avenue -
                                      at all times. No City Council
                                      action necessary for driveway
                                      prohibition signs. Signs will be
                                      installed upon verification of
                                      driveway permit and upon receipt
                                      of necessary fees from applicant
                                      (94-1492).


 Parking Prohibited At All Times --Handicapped.

        Ward                                       Location

                                      At 2456 East 72nd Street - fails to
                                      meet building zone requirement;
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          Ward                                      Location

            9                          At 12852 South Lowe Avenue -
                                       does not meet fee requirement;
           12                          At 2632 West 23rd Place --
                                       insufficient fire hydrant clearance;
           20                          At 6935 South Dr. Martin Luther
                                       K i n g , J r . Drive -- d u p l i c a t e
                                       ordinance;

           20                          At 5128 South Prairie Avenue -
                                       duplicate proposal;
           23                          At 4 8 0 1 S o u t h L e a m i n g t o n
                                       Avenue — insufficient corner
                                       clearance;

           44                         At 3114 North Seminary A v e n u e -
                                      applicant deceased;
           45                         At 5302 North Luna Avenue -
                                      a p p l i c a n t does not m e e t fee
                                      requirement;

           45                         At 4473 North Keokuk Avenue -
                                      applicant deceased.


 Parking Prohibited During Specified Hours.


          Ward                                      Location

           12                         At 4400 - 4436 South Wolcott
                                      Avenue (west side) - 8:00 A.M, to
                                      4:30 P.M. -- Monday t h r o u g h
                                      F r i d a y . Duplicate p r o p o s a l .
                                      P r e v i o u s l y r e c o m m e n d e d on
                                      proposal dated August 3,1994 (94-
                                      1366),
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 Loading Zones.

        Ward                               Location

          1                      At the northeast corner of West
                                 Randolph Street and North
                                 Halsted Street — fifteen minutes —
                                 at all times — daily. Request
                                 withdrawn by requestor (94-0667);
         27                      At 740 West Randolph Street -
                                 9:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M, - Monday
                                 through Friday. Location falls
                                 within a no parking anjrtime zone
                                 (94-1400);
         32                      At 1034 North Noble Street -
                                 loading zone/tow-away zone — at
                                 all times. Request withdrawn by
                                 requestor (94-1234);
         33                      At 3204 North Lawndale Avenue
                                 - 8:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. - Monday
                                 through Friday.           Request
                                 withdrawn (94-1413);
         33                      At 3656 West Belmont Avenue -
                                 8:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. - Monday
                                 through     Friday.     Request
                                 withdrawn (94-1411);
         33                      At 3215 North Lawndale Avenue
                                 - 8:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. - Monday
                                 through Friday.           Request
                                 withdrawn (94-1410);
         33                      At 3056 West Belmont Avenue -
                                 8:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. — Monday
                                 through Saturday. Location falls
                                 within a bus stop (94-1409);
         40                      At 5557 North Rockwell Street -
                                 4:30 P.M. to 12:00 Midnight -
                                 Monday through Friday and 10:00
                                 A.M. to 12:00 M i d n i g h t --
                                 Saturday and         Sunday
                                 handicapped loading zone.
                                 Request withdrawn (94-1256);
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          Ward                                   Location

           44                       At 3456 North Sheffield Avenue -
                                    8:00 P.M. to 11:00 P.M. - Tuesday
                                    through Saturday — loading zone/
                                    valet parking. Duplicate proposal.
                                    P r e v i o u s l y r e c o m m e n d e d on
                                    September 14,1994 (94-0756).


 Miscellaneous Signs.

          Ward                          Location And Type OfSign

                                    In the 7000 block of South State
                                    Street - "Peddling Prohibited"
                                    signs. Duplicate proposal.
                                    P r e v i o u s l y r e c o m m e n d e d on
                                    proposal dated September 14,1994
                                    (94-1185);
           15                       On South Western Avenue, from
                                    West 61st Street to West 64th
                                    Street (both sides) - "No Loitering
                                    Or Drinking" signs. No City
                                    Council a c t i o n    necessary.
                                    Requested signs will be posted
                                    under City Code 8-4-030 (94-1029);
           15                       On West 63rd Street, from South
                                    Bell Avenue to South California
                                    Avenue -- "No L o i t e r i n g Or
                                    Drinking" signs. No City Council
                                    action necessary. Requested signs
                                    will be posted under City Code 8-4-
                                    030 (94-1030);
           15                       On West 71st Street, from South
                                    W e s t e r n A v e n u e to S o u t h
                                    California Avenue - "No Loitering
                                    Or Drinking" signs. No City
                                    Council a c t i o n       necessary.
                                    Requested signs will be posted
                                    under City Code 8-4-030 (94-1193);
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        Ward                        Location And Type OfSign

         28                     In the 4300 blocks of West Adams
                                Street and West Monroe Street —
                                "Slow Children Crossing" signs.
                                No City Council action necessary
                                for warning signs. Requested
                                signs will be posted (94-1404);
         36                     West Irving Park Road and North
                                Pittsburgh Avenue - "Children
                                Crossing" signs.       Request
                                withdrawn (94-1420);
         50                     West Glenlake Avenue and North
                                O a k l e y A v e n u e -- " C a u t i o n
                                Children Playing" signs. No City
                                Council action necessary for
                                warning signs. Requested signs
                                will be posted (94-1447),


 Residential Permit Parking.

        Ward                                 Location

                                In the 700 and 800 blocks of South
                                LaSalle Street (for residente of 124
                                West Polk Street) at all times.
                                Failed to meet residential zoning
                                requirement;
         14                     In the 2200 and 2300 blocks of
                                West 50th Place (both sides) at all
                                times. Failed to meet non-resident
                                parking requirement;
         14                     South Oakley Avenue, from West
                                49th Street to West 50th Street
                                (both sides) at all times. Portion of
                                request is Zoned C-2. Failed to
                                meet      residential        zoning
                                requirement;
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          Ward                              Location

           23                    South Natehez Avenue (east side)
                                 from West 63rd Place to the first
                                 alley north thereof (to benefit the
                                 residents at 6458 West 63rd Place)
                                 at all times. Failed to meet non-
                                 resident parking requirement;
           23                    South Neva Avenue (east side)
                                 between 5435 and 5451 — at all
                                 times. Failed to meet non-resident
                                 parking requirement;
           23                    In the 6400 block of West 63rd
                                 Place (north side) 8:00 A.M. to
                                 8:00 P.M. - Monday t h r o u g h
                                 Saturday. Failed to meet non-
                                 resident parking requirement;
           27                    West Schiller Street, between
                                 North LaSalle Street and North
                                 Wells Street, to be extended to the
                                 entire south side of street - Zone
                                 261. Failed to meet residential
                                 zoning requirement.

 Single Direction.

          Ward                             Location

           35                    South/north alley between North
                                 Pulaski Road and North Kedvale
                                 Avenue and between West
                                 Addison S t r e e t a n d W e s t
                                 Waveland Avenue — northerly.
                                 Request withdrawn (94-1489);
           42                    North Wells Street, from West
                                 Chicago Avenue to West Erie
                                 Street - southerly (94-1434),
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 No Through Traffic Signs.

        Ward                                  Location

         13                       North/south alley between South
                                  La Crosse Avenue and South
                                  Cicero Avenue, from 6300 to 6500.
                                  No City Council action necessary.
                                  Signs will be posted (94-1036);
         14                       The entrances to the first east/west
                                  alley south of West 64th Street in
                                  the 3300 block. No City Council
                                  action necessary. Signs will be
                                  posted (94-1192);
         14                       The entrances to the north/south
                                  alley adjacent to the C a t a l p a
                                  Playlot, located at 4340 South
                                  Kedvale Avenue. No City Council
                                  action necessary. Signs will be
                                  posted (94-1191).


 Traffic Warning Signs/Signals.

        Ward                                  Location

                                  South Prairie Avenue, at the
                                  intersection of East 32nd Street —
                                  "Four-Way Step" sign. Duplicate
                                  proposal p r e v i o u s l y p a s s e d
                                  September 14,1994 (94-0998);
                                  Eastbound traffic on East 66th
                                  Street at South Blackstone
                                  Avenue - "Step" sign. This is a
                                  federal aid route. Could jeopardize
                                  federal funding (94-0880);
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          Ward                             Location

            5                For east/westbound traffic on East
                             73rd Street at the intersection of
                             South Ridgeland Avenue - "Stop"
                             sign. E a s t 73rd Street is an
                             arterial street. An engineering
                             study indicates t h a t "All-Way
                             Stop" signs are not w a r r a n t e d
                             according to established federal
                             and state standards (94-1124);
            8                For east/westbound traffic on East
                             79th Street at the intersection of
                             South Avalon Avenue - "Two-Way
                             Step" signs. East 79th Street is a
                             federal aid route. "Stop" signs are
                             not w a r r a n t e d . U n w a r r a n t e d
                             "Stop" signs on a federal aid route
                             could jeopardize federal funding
                             for street improvements (94-0997);
            8                East 90th S t r e e t and South
                             Cottage Grove Avenue — "Four-
                             Way Stop" sign. This is a federal
                             aid route and could jeopardize
                             federal funding (94-1129);
           10                At the intersection of East 102nd
                             Street and South Avenue L —
                             "Four-Way Stop" signs. Avenue L
                             is an a r t e r i a l s t r e e t . An
                             engineering study indicates that
                             "All-Way Stop" signs are not
                             warranted           according        to
                             established federal and s t a t e
                             standards (94-1292);

           10                East 105th S t r e e t and South
                             Avenue L - "Four-Way Stop"
                             signs. Avenue L is an arterial
                             street. An engineering study
                             indicates t h a t "All-Way Stop"
                             signs are not warranted according
                             to established federal and state
                             standards (94-1460);
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        Ward                              Location

         10                    North/southbound traffic on South
                               Avenue L at the intersection of
                               East 110th Street - "Two-Way
                               Stop" signs. Avenue L is an
                               arterial street. An engineering
                               study indicates t h a t "All-Way
                               Stop" signs are not w a r r a n t e d
                               according to established federal
                               and stete stendards (94-1008);

         11                    Stopping north/southbound traffic
                               at the intersection of West 30th
                               Street and South Halsted Street -
                               "Stop" signs. Request withdrawn
                               (94-1701);

         18                    Northwest/southwest corners of
                               South Kolmar Avenue (7943 and
                               7955 ) cul-de-sac - "Stop" sign.
                               Request withdrawn (94-0864);

         18                    East/westbound traffic on West
                               83rd Street at South Richmond
                               Street - "Two-Way Stop" sign.
                               This is a federal aid route and
                               could jeoperdize federal funding
                               (94-1137);

         21                    East/westbound traffic on West
                               111th Street at the intersection of
                               South Aberdeen Street - "Two-
                               Way Stop" signs. West 111th
                               Street is a federal aid r o u t e .
                               "Stop" signs are not warranted.
                               Unwarranted "Stop" signs on a
                               federal aid route could jeopardize
                               federal f u n d i n g for s t r e e t
                               improvements (94-1313);
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          Ward                           Location

           22                North/southbound traffic on South
                             C e n t r a l P a r k A v e n u e at t h e
                             intersection of West 28th Street —
                             "Stop" signs. South Central Park
                             Avenue is a federal aid route.
                             "Stop" signs are not warranted.
                             Unwarranted "Stop" signs on a
                             federal aid route could jeopardize
                             federal f u n d i n g for s t r e e t
                             improvemente (94-1462);

           23                West 51st S t r e e t ( o n e - w a y
                             street/easterly) at South Lotus
                             Avenue - "Stop" sign. West 51st
                             Street is a federal aid r o u t e .
                             "Stop" signs are not warranted.
                             Unwarranted "Stop" signs on a
                             federal aid route could jeopardize
                             federal f u n d i n g for s t r e e t
                             improvements (94-1007);

           23                West 51st Street at South Lotus
                             Avenue - "Stop" signs. West 51st
                             Street is a federal aid r o u t e .
                             "Stop" signs are not warranted.
                             Unwarranted "Stop" signs on a
                             federal aid route could jeopardize
                             federal f u n d i n g for s t r e e t
                             improvements (94-1315);

           24                West Cermak Road and South
                             Drake Avenue — "Four-Way Stop"
                             signs. West Cermak Road is a
                             federal aid route, "Stop" signs are
                             not warranted. U n w a r r a n t e d
                             "Stop" signs on a federal aid route
                             could jeopardize federal funding
                             for street improvemente (94-1318);
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        Ward                              Location

         24                    East/westbound traffic on West
                               Polk Street at South Spaulding
                               Avenue - 'Two-Way Stop" signs.
                               Duplicate proposal. Previously
                               passed S e p t e m b e r 14, 1 9 9 1
                               (Council Journal of Proceedings,
                               page 56370). Signs are instelled
                               (94:1317);

         25                    West Cermak Road and South
                               Wolcott Avenue — "Four-Way
                               Step" signs. West Cermak Road is
                               a federal aid route. "Stop" signs
                               are not warranted. Unwarranted
                               "Stop" signs on a federal aid route
                               could jeopardize federal funding
                               for street improvemente (94-1320);

         34                    East/westbound traffic on West
                               103rd Street at South Union
                               Avenue - "Stop" sign. West 103rd
                               Street is a federal aid r o u t e .
                               "Stop" signs are not warranted.
                               Unwarranted "Stop" signs on a
                               federal aid route could jeopardize
                               federal f u n d i n g for s t r e e t
                               improvements (94-1322);

         34                    East/westbound traffic on West
                               115th Street at South Ada Street -
                               "Stop" sign. This is a federal aid
                               route. Could jeopardize federal
                               funding (94-1000);

         35                    Northbound traffic at West Homer
                               Street and South Kedzie Avenue —
                               "Stop" sign. This is a federal aid
                               route. Could jeopardize federal
                               funding (94-1157);
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          Ward                                  Location

           36                        North/southbound traffic on North
                                     Oak Park Avenue at West School
                                     Street - "Stop" sign. North Oak
                                     Park Avenue is a federal aid route,
                                     "Stop" signs are not warranted.
                                     Unwarranted "Stop" signs on a
                                     federal aid route could jeopardize
                                     federal f u n d i n g for s t r e e t
                                     improvemente (94-1324);
           49                        West Fargo Avenue and North
                                     Greenview Avenue - "Four Way
                                     Stop" sign. Duplicate proposal (94-
                                     0285);
           49                        West Birchwood A v e n u e and
                                     North Greenview Avenue — "Four
                                     Way S t o p " s i g n . Duplicate
                                     proposal (94-0282).


 Weight Limitation.

          Ward                                  Location

           37                        West P o t o m a c A v e n u e , on
                                     northwest corner of North Pulaski
                                     Road -- five tons. D u p l i c a t e
                                     proposal. Previously passed on
                                     October 30, 1957, page 6244.
                                     Signs will be replaced (94-1422).


 Amend Parking Prohibited At All Times -- Handicapped.

          Ward                                  Location

           31                        Amend ordinance by s t r i k i n g
                                     "1537 North Kedvale Avenue -
                                     Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                                     8857". Duplicate ordinance passed
                                     July 13,1994;
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        Ward                                Location


         32                     Amend ordinance by s t r i k i n g
                                "2038 North Honore Street -
                                Handicapped P a r k i n g P e r m i t
                                5548". Duplicate ordinance passed
                                May 18,1994.



 Amend Single Direction.


        Ward                                Location


         35                     Amend o r d i n a n c e r e l a t e d to
                                north/south alley between North
                                Pulaski Road and North Kedvale
                                Avenue, from West Addison Street
                                to West Waveland Avenue --
                                northerly, by striking the above.
                                Request withdrawn (94-1415).



 Speed Limitation.


        Ward                                Location


         11                     Entrances to Wilson Playground
                                located at 1122 West 34th Place -
                                15 miles per hour. 15 mile per
                                h o u r speed l i m i t s a r e n o t
                                enforceable. Appropriate warning
                                signs with 15 mile per hour
                                advisory speed limit will be posted
                                (94-0497).
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  Traffic Lane Tow-Away Zones.


          Ward                                    Location

                                       East Randolph Street, between
                                       North Columbus Avenue a n d
                                       North Stetson Avenue — at all
                                       times. Request withdrawn by
                                       requestor (94-1050);

           42                          At 421 West Erie Street next to
                                       parking lot on north side of street
                                       - all days. Request withdrawn by
                                       requestor (94-0771).



 Amend Traffic Lane Tow-Away Zones.


          Ward                                   Location


           32                         Amend ordinance related to North
                                      Carpenter Street (east side) from
                                      West Chicago Avenue to North
                                      Ogden Avenue, by striking the
                                      above. No City Council action
                                      necessary for the removal of illegal
                                      signs. Requested signs will be
                                      removed (94-1239),


   These Do Not Pass recommendations were concurred in by all members
 present, with no dissenting votes.

                                      Respectfully submitted,

                           (Signed)   BURTON F. NATARUS,
                                                   Chairman.

				
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