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    Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection Comm. Ken Meyer speaks during a news conference last week. [City of Chicago livestream]

    As Chicago’s weather appears to have unofficially hit summer mode, the City Council could approve a permanent expanded outdoor dining proposal introduced last week. 

    The City Council Committee on License and Consumer Protection is set to meet at 1 p.m. Tuesday to consider the ordinance (O2023-2093) introduced by Mayor Brandon Johnson and various alderpersons during last week’s first meeting with the new mayor presiding. If the measure is approved Tuesday, it is likely to go before the City Council on Wednesday for a final vote. 

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