The Evanston City Council has scheduled a special meeting for Monday, Feb. 22, to review possible modifications to the proposed city budget, including a 2 percent restaurant meal tax proposed by Alderman Ann Rainey, 8th Ward, as an alternative to a planned 7 percent increase in property taxes. Details from the Evanston Review.

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