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City Council actions Approved
- Direct Introduction on 2/23/2021
- Recommended to Pass on 2/23/2021
- Passed on 2/26/2021
3 days between first and last actions
- Misc. Transmittal
Summaries are either written by Chicago Cityscape or copied from the applications.
Stages of Proposed Projects
A proposed project is analyzed through the lens of zoning and design feasibility.
2. Zoning Change Application
The proposed project needs and applies for a zoning change. It requires approval from the Chicago Committee on Zoning, Landmarks, and Building Standards.
3. Zoning Change Approval
The proposed project's zoning change application will have been approved. A building permit can then be issued (often permit applications are filed during the previous stage, as any reviews can happen before the final zoning review). However, a zoning change application that is to make a nonconformity conforming may not get a building permit.
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