Finance Committee Chairman Ed Burke (14) is running the show at today’s joint Finance/Public Safety committee meeting–two of his introductions are the only items on the agenda. The first is a resolution calling on representatives “to address the City’s initiatives and the programs that will attempt to repair the disjointed relationship between the Chicago Police Department and the public.” The second mandates CPD and the state alert neighbors via mail when a gun or sex offender moves within a block of them.

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