Eight businesses won multi-year rights to set up shop along Chicago’s riverwalk Thursday. The license agreements approved by City Council’s Housing and Real Estate Committee will help the city pay back a 35-year, $99 million Transportation Infrastructure Finance Innovation Act loan from the U.S. Department of Transportation awarded in 2013. But some nearby residents worried the city was cementing a deal with a bad neighbor.

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