Lil Jon To Star In New Home Renovation Series On HGTV

Rapper Lil Jon To Star In New Home Renovation HGTV Series
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Grammy award-winning rapper, DJ and producer Lil Jon, also known as Jonathan H. Smith, is notorious for getting the party started. But he’s about to switch it up for fans and explore his passion for home renovation in his new HGTV series Lil Jon Wants To Do What?

The rapper won’t be on the show alone. He’s hosting the series alongside DIY Network’s Anitra Mecadon, a popular designer and expert builder. In the show, the star helps homeowners who are bored with their bland home interiors try something more adventurous. Lil Jon’s team will take his outlandish home renovation ideas for clients and attempt to bring them to life.

The series is a great way to increase Black representation on the network. Who doesn’t want to see some of the culture on TV?  

Jane Latman, HGTV president, spoke about how the TV channel is intentionally diversifying their content in

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City of Chicago :: Chicago Construction Codes

 

  

Navigating the Chicago Construction Codes

This section provides a guide to locating provisions on specific topics within the Chicago Construction Codes

 

Administration

Effective July 1, 2019, the Chicago Construction Codes Administrative Provisions are found  in Title 14A of the Municipal Code.

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Accessibility

icon: accessibility symbolThe accessibility provisions of the 2019 Chicago Construction Codes (primarily Chapter 14B-11 and Section 14R-3-305) apply to all permit applications started on or after December 1, 2019, regardless of whether the project is electing to follow other provisions of the 2019 Chicago Building Code or Chicago Building Rehabilitation Code (links above).

Some buildings or projects may also be required to meet additional state or federal accessibility requirements. Existing businesses may also have obligations to provide accessible services under the City of Chicago Human Rights Ordinance (Chapter 2-160). For more information, contact the Mayor’s Office for

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