After about two hours of debate and public testimony, the City Council’s Zoning Committee approved an amended version of Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s plan to overhaul a development tool that lets developers add square footage to buildings in the city’s downtown area, by linking fees collected for those increases to investments in some of the city’s most economically underserved neighborhoods.

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