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    Mayor Lori Lightfoot said on Tuesday that she still intends to hold the April 22 City Council meeting in person at City Hall despite concerns from some aldermen about accessibility and safety amid increasing cases of COVID-19 in the city.

    At the end of the March 24 City Council meeting, Lightfoot opened the door to holding the first in-person meeting since COVID-19 landed in Chicago. Mayor’s office staffers briefed aldermen in the weeks following the meeting on plans to meet in council chambers, but some say they still have questions about the plan.

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