Chicago’s Administrative Approval Is Wrong for Its History

Tom Tunney’s Zoning Committee Should Not Approve Ordinance 02020–6185

Eighty years after Emmett Till’s life began, his hometown wants local Alderman to determine whether his childhood residence mattered because… parking. Ordinance 02020–6185, proposed by 4th Ward Alderman Sophia King, seeks to ban, require an aldermanic exception, or add a special use approval from the City of Chicago to any proposed museum or library within a residentially zoned property.

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