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Common Council to vote on using taxpayer dollars to fix the Chase Tower

SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Will taxpayer money be used to fix up the tallest building in South Bend?  

The Common Council could vote on this matter on Monday night.

Tenants say that the Chase Tower is in desperate need of repairs.

Last month, the city received a resolution to fix the 25-story building.  That plan costs more than $5 million!

Right now, the building is owned by Huntington National Bank.

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