A series of virtual conversations with innovative minds to create a smarter post-COVID-19 Chicago.
The Loop's Comeback
Wednesday, April 14, 2021
10-11 a.m. CDT
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Claire McCombsFirst Deputy for Economic and Neighborhood Development
City of Chicago Office of the Mayor
Janice R. ThomasChief of Staff
Kimberly A. CarterManaging Director, Environmental, Health and Safety Services
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