Cincinnati leaders have officially approved a deal that'll allow the city to take over the iconic King Records site in Evanston.
Bootsy Collins was at City Hall on Wednesday to show his support.
The city will receive the King Records property in an exchange with a developer for vacant land on Victory Parkway.
Several local groups hope to rehab the old studio and possibly turn it into a museum.
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