The promoter’s ordinance: What’s the rush to push this through without input from the music community?

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That’s the question I’m eager to pose to 47th Ward Ald. Eugene Schulter, chairman of the City Council Committee on License and Consumer Protection, and Mary Lou Eisenhauer, acting director of the Department of Business Affairs and Licensing, prior to the vote on the ordinance scheduled for Wednesday.

I’ve made the calls to their offices for comment. Let’s start the clock ticking as we await their responses…

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