Mayor Rahm Emanuel introduced an ordinance at the last City Council meeting that would codify the deindustrialization of the North Branch Corridor, a 760-acre stretch on the city’s North Side, and the first planned manufacturing district to undergo a city-sponsored transition. The change follows more than a year of planning meetings with residents and recent approval of the site plans by the city’s Plan Commission in May.

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