For over two hours, aldermen pressed Department of Planning and Development Commissioner David Reifman on development plans for various corners of Chicago, the status of TIFs and if Special Service Areas (SSAs) have a conflict with the new Transit TIF created through state legislation this summer. Almost none of the discussion touched on how the agency plans to spend its $167 million 2017 budget.

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