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Mayor taps Chicago Transit Authority's Claypool for chief of staff post

Posted on April 24, 2015

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and CTA President Forrest Claypool (shown right). Photo courtesy CTA Web
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and CTA President Forrest Claypool (shown right). Photo courtesy CTA Web
CHICAGO — Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Friday named Forrest Claypool as his next Chief of Staff, 5NBC Chicago News reported.

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Claypool, who currently serves as President of the Chicago Transit Authority, will replace Lisa Schrader, who will leave the Emanuel administration after serving in the role for two years, according to the report.

Chicago Transit Authority President Forrest Claypool. Photos courtesy CTA Web
Chicago Transit Authority President Forrest Claypool. Photos courtesy CTA Web
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