Lane, Lona
Former Alderman, Ward 18


Lane, Lona

Credit: Chicago City Clerk

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In office since December 13, 2006


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Legislation that Lane, Lona is the primary sponsor of.


O2011-6395 None

Amendment of Municipal Code Chapter 7-12 by adding new Section 385 to prohibit importation, sale, ownership, or possession of live chickens in residential districts within 18th Ward

5/19/2015 - Failed to Pass


Or2011-773 None

Call for promulgation of rules and regulations to disallow change orders to occur on real estate property development or renovation projects after aldermanic acknowledgment letter has been signed

5/19/2015 - Failed to Pass


O2012-5892 None

Exemption from physical barrier requirement for commercial driveway alley access for Chase Bank at 4730 W 79th St

5/19/2015 - Failed to Pass
Transportation and Public Way

O2011-6429 None

Amendment of Municipal Code Chapter 10-20 by adding new Section 010 concerning notices to Aldermen for public way works within their respective ward

5/19/2015 - Failed to Pass


O2012-4468 None

Exemption from physical barrier requirement for commercial driveway alley access for Columbus One Stop Auto Sales

5/19/2015 - Failed to Pass


O2011-8055 None

Amendment of Municipal Code Section 3-56 regarding wheel tax license emblems

5/19/2015 - Failed to Pass
Budget and Government Operations

O2012-1318 None

Amendment of Municipal Code Section 8-20-185 to require firearm permit holders to notify Chicago Police Department of lost, stolen or missing firearms

5/19/2015 - Failed to Pass


O2014-88 None

Amendment of Municipal Code Chapter 7-28 concerning buildings contaminated by mold

5/19/2015 - Failed to Pass


R2013-688 None

Call for hearing(s) on newly mandated state fire regulations

5/19/2015 - Failed to Pass


O2014-5853 None

Amendment of Municipal Code Section 2-152-120 concerning fines for use of City identification badges by non-employees

5/19/2015 - Failed to Pass



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