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    Lincoln Towing, based at 4882 N. Clark St. in the 47th Ward, has kept its business license despite attempts by state regulators to shut it down.

    Aldermen are poised on Wednesday to consider an ordinance designed to rein in towing companies that have long been accused of predatory or duplicitous behavior against drivers.

    The City Council’s Committee on License and Consumer Protection is scheduled during its 2 p.m. meeting on Wednesday to consider an ordinance (O2020-4817) introduced late last year by Ald. Gilbert Villegas (36) that would require towing companies to apply for licenses with the city.

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    • Wesley Skogan
      commented 2021-04-15 21:13:43 -0500
      Not happy with the new format. For my purposes, the links to other stories of note that were linked at the end of the Daily Line daily email were among the most valuable things you presented. I used them as a check, and frequently found i had missed something important on topics that i watch for. I am not finding them at the end of this new format. Sigh.
    • Alex Nitkin
      published this page in Chicago News 2021-04-15 10:59:46 -0500