Aldermen on the city’s Budget Committee accepted private, state, and federal grant funds for several initiatives Tuesday morning–including $1 million from the Chicago Cubs for about 30 new cameras around Wrigley Field. Chairman Carrie Austin (34), reflecting on the Monday terrorist attack in Manchester and other bombings in high traffic areas, said she’s “glad to see it happen.” Aldermen also accepted $186,000 in federal funds for a transportation initiative to cut down on traffic injuries and fatalities.

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