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    The City Council was scheduled on Wednesday to vote on proposals to raise the real estate transfer tax for properties over $1 million to help curb homelessness and to buy a vacant Jewel grocery store on the South Side to house migrants. Alderpeople were also scheduled to vote on a proposed referendum question on flood mitigation and referral of another referendum question about Chicago’s status as a sanctuary city to the proper committee.  

    But votes on all four of the proposals were delayed. 

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    • Janet Gross
      followed this page 2023-11-04 14:55:05 -0500