A largely muted Finance Committee meeting saw passage of more than $9 million in legal settlements, termination of three TIFs, and a pause in consideration of an overhaul of the city’s TIF system for private development. Proposed changes to the city’s regulations on the sale of flavored tobacco near schools were tinkered with for several hours before making it to the floor, and passed with only five aldermen present.  

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