Lollapalooza repair bill exceeds $260,000

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Chicago’s Grant Park is nearly repaired from the beating he took from three days of Lollapalooza.

The Chicago Park District will bill the event’s promoter C3 Presents for $260,544.

That’s about $6,000 less than what was estimated.

The money goes toward soiling, sodding, seeding, and aeration.

Not only did the park have thousands of people, but there was also rain.

Most of the damage was at Hutchinson and Butler fields where the headliners played.

About ten trees, and some sod, still have to be installed.

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