Finance Committee will consider, and may finally vote on, proposed pharmacy work rules and several direct introductions from Chair Ed Burke (14). He also wants large gathering places in Chicago to adhere to stricter signage rules following the death of a teenager in a Rosemont hotel walk-in freezer.

Three City Council committees are scheduled to meet Tuesday, two of which, Housing and Finance, concern unfinished business ahead of Wednesday’s meeting of the full City Council. The Housing Committee will consider a change to the affordable housing pilot program approved two weeks ago, along with an acquisition of the former Kennedy-King City College campus in Englewood.

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