Lobbying groups won a mid-meeting edit of Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s update to the city’s recycling ordinance Monday. Chairman George Cardenas asked the Law Department to change the language on the spot to add a 30 day warning period for big buildings not in compliance. Chicago Association of Realtors lobbyist Brian Bernardoni called the changes “good public policy” that give landlords time to comply before facing steep fines.    

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