An ordinance that would overhaul and align Chicago’s electrical code with national fire safety standards is on tap for Thursday’s Zoning Committee hearing. Mayor Rahm Emanuel introduced the ordinance in July with the intention of making Chicago “one of the first major cities to align with the 2017 National Electric Code.”

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