CHIACGO (WBBM) — Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel will take office in just one week, and he says “The whole city is excited to start something new.”
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“I think the whole city is excited to start something new, hit the reset button, and chart a new course in writing a new chapter to bring the type of change that we need to the status quo,” Emanuel said.READ MORE: Postal Worker Tells CBS 2 Staffing Issues Due To Federal Leave, Prioritization Of Package Delivery Are In Part To Blame For Persistent Mail Problems
Whether it is the safety of the streets, Emanuel says, or the quality of the public schools, “there are city finances at every level.
“We need to bring the type of changes to the status quo because it’s not working for our city or our taxpayers anymore,” he said.MORE NEWS: Shock And Outrage In Humboldt Park At Death Of Young Parents Yasmin Perez, Gyovanny Arzuaga In Shooting Called 'Execution-Style'
Emanuel made his comments at a South Side walk for breast cancer on Sunday.