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Fate of South Bend Chase Tower to be decided Monday

SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Months of debate on the South Bend Chase Tower could finally come to an end Monday night.

The South Bend Common Council is expected to vote whether the city should invest $5.4 million into the building before it can be sold to a potential buyer.

The council was schedule to vote a couple weeks ago but decided to table the issue over concerns about the developer.

Two of the Common Council members, Henry Davis Jr. and Vice President Oliver Davis are scheduled to hold a press conference tomorrow morning in regards to the Chase Tower project.

The pair plan to talk about why South Bend residents deserve a better focus on the possible deal and they'll also discuss important topics such as job growth and a stronger tax base.

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