Another federal review into Obama center concludes -- Chicago groundbreaking set for 2021
An aerial view shows the proposed site for the Obama Presidential Center in Chicago's Jackson Park on May 13, 2020. - Zbigniew Bzdak/Chicago Tribune/TNS

CHICAGO — A federal review into the historic effects of former President Barack Obama’s proposed presidential center in Jackson Park officially concluded Thursday afternoon, further dashing hopes of opposition groups troubled by the impact of future construction on the storied South Side park. Officials finalized a memorandum of agreement that caps off the presidential center’s three-year Section 106 federal review, the longest out of several triggered by the Obama Foundation’s decision to locate the future complex on historic property. Other reviews into mitigating environmental impacts as we...