Rahm Emanuel’s Oct. 14, 2011 public schedule. Republic of Korea president dinner, water fees

SHARE Rahm Emanuel’s Oct. 14, 2011 public schedule. Republic of Korea president dinner, water fees
SHARE Rahm Emanuel’s Oct. 14, 2011 public schedule. Republic of Korea president dinner, water fees

THE PUBLIC SCHEDULE FOR MAYOR RAHM EMANUEL OCTOBER 14, 2011

Mayor Emanuel and Department of Water Management Commissioner Thomas Powers will discuss the importance of investing in Chicago’s water infrastructure.

WHEN: 11:00 AM

WHERE: 2100 Block of S. Lawndale Avenue

Chicago, IL *

* There will be a media availability following this event.

Mayor Emanuel will greet His Excellency Lee Myung-bak, President of the Republic of Korea, and Mrs. Kim Yoon-ok upon their arrival in Chicago at O’Hare International Airport.

“I look forward to welcoming President Lee in Chicago,” said Mayor Emanuel. “President Lee’s visit will highlight the strong commitment to education and innovation, close partnership and deep economic ties between Chicago and the Republic of Korea. It will also be an opportunity to celebrate the rich bonds of friendship between Chicagoans and the Korean people.”

Mayor Emanuel will greet Republic of Korea President Lee Myung-Bak and Mrs. Kim Yoon-ok upon their arrival in Chicago at O’Hare International Airport.

WHEN: 4:45 PM

Pre-set by 2:45 PM

WHERE: O’Hare International Airport

Chicago, IL *

* There will be no media availability following this event.

Mayor Emanuel will host a welcome dinner in honor of President Lee Myung-Bak at the Chicago Cultural Center.

WHEN: 6:30 PM

Pre-set by 2:30 PM

Press check-in begins at 6:15 PM

WHERE: Chicago Cultural Center

4th Floor, Yates Gallery

78 E. Washington Street

Chicago, IL

* There will be no media availability following this event.

* Press planning to attend the dinner should RSVP to the Mayor’s Press Office at press@cityofchicago.org. Press check-in begins at 6:15 PM in the Claudia Cassidy Theatre on the 2nd Floor.

* RSVP: Press planning to cover the President’s arrival at O’Hare must RSVP to the Chicago Department of Aviation’s Eve Rodriguez at EveRodriguez@ex.cityofchicago.org. RSVP to O’Hare must include date of birth and social security number and registered media must provide a government-issued photo ID upon arrival at O’Hare.

* Directions to media parking at O’Hare: From the south, take I-190 to the Mannheim North exit. Take Mannheim to Touhy. Turn left on Touhy. Follow Touhy to Mt. Prospect road. Turn left. Park in the gravel lot immediately on the right. Media will be bussed and escorted to the media press riser on the airfield.

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