Board Bill Number 208 | Session 2021-2022
This Board Bill pertains to the creation of two funds to assist in the City's efforts to support African Americans who have been victims of the effects of slavery. It authorizes the Comptroller to establish "The Reparations Fund" to help provide needed support and financial assistance to the spouses and children of all African American local residents as of the effective date of this ordinance, and establish "The Midwest Land Development fund" to help provide additional dollars for economic development at approved local city blocks. It contains and Severability Clause.
Lastest Bill text:
- Introduced (113.21 KB PDF)
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Bill text was introduced (113.21 KB PDF).02/18/2022
Referred to a Committee
The bill was assigned to the Housing, Urban Development and Zoning Committee.02/24/2022
The bill was held in committee during the Housing, Urban Development and Zoning Committee hearing.03/01/2022
The bill was passed out of committee with a recommendation of do pass during the Housing, Urban Development and Zoning Committee hearing.03/04/2022
The bill was passed.03/11/2022
The bill was engrossed during the Engrossment, Rules, Resolutions and Credentials Committee.03/11/2022
The bill was passed.03/14/2022
Delivered to Mayor04/01/2022
Mayor Returns Bill
The bill was approved.04/04/2022
Delivered to Register04/05/2022Feedback is anonymous.
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