CHICAGO (WBBM) — Mayor Richard M. Daley seems to be keeping a full schedule, even as he prepares to retire in a matter of days.
As WBBM Newsradio 780 Political Editor Craig Dellimore reports, if you didn’t know that Mayor Daley is set to leave office next Monday, you wouldn’t be able to glean it by watching him.READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Hot And Humid All Weekend Long
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The mayor has been heralding economic development projects and holding news conference – and he has even more scheduled.READ MORE: Some Fear Events Like Lollapalooza Could Spike COVID-19 Cases In Chciago
ComEd president and chief executive officer Frank Clark chaired an advisory panel that has just issued a report on the future of the old Michael Reese Hospital site, and he marvels that the mayor is not letting up.
“Not one iota,” Clark said. “I sat in his office, and went over this report with him, and myself and a couple of others. His questions were as intense; his approval or disapproval was always very clear. No letup and no change, and that just has my utmost respect.”MORE NEWS: Your U.S. Representative Could Help Get Your Delayed IRS Refunds
Mayor Daley says he just gives 100 percent, and that’s just him.