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    During its first meeting back from the summer break and as the city is about to enter the throes of budget season, the City Council on Thursday will vote on whether to approve a $25 million payment to settle a lawsuit brought by two men who were wrongfully convicted of murder in 1993 and were later issued certificates of innocence after one man spent 22 years in prison and the other spent 12 years in prison. 

    The City Council during its 10 a.m. meeting is also set to vote on a measure that would allocate $33 million in federal grants to fund a portion of the city’s cost to provide shelter and services for migrants.

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