by Jeff Kolkey
Downtown boosters, business owners and construction workers spoke out in favor of a proposal to transform the former Amerock factory into a four-star hotel and 40,000-square-foot conference center with Alderman Tom McNamara offering a series of changes to the deal in hopes of winning Rockford City Council approval.
The proposal was laid over to give aldermen time to consider the changes and what the project could mean for the city's economy.
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