The Council’s Health Committee has two resolutions on its 11:00 a.m. Tuesday agenda: one calls on aldermen to re-enforce the city’s litter laws and combat “filthy neighborhoods”, the other requests members of the Urban Wildlife institute brief aldermen on the state of urban wildlife in Chicago.

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