The Park Board will likely vote on a revised agreement Feb. 20.
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No one was hurt when an SUV driver making a U-turn hit the accelerator instead of the brake and drove into the side of the Department of Administration building.
Reformers praised the bill's forward motion, though some criticized the revised language as too soft.
The pool is expected to open in early 2018.