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Old Posted Sep 28, 2019, 3:37 PM
PKDickman PKDickman is offline
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Originally Posted by west-town-brad View Post
was not LSE an old rail yard? like the 78 thing? or am I thinking of something else?

also the LSE developers are on the hook for a new public elementary school right? are the developers doing that out of the goodness of their hearts or what did they get in return?
TIFs didn't exist when LSE started. The TIF Act was only passed in'77 around the time the LSE PD was passed.

Chicago's first TIF, the North Loop TIF didn't come til ten years later
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