The Man With Two Hats: Mayor Belsky Taking Public Finance Reins at Fitch

Shields, Yvette
April 2003
Bond Buyer;4/17/2003, Vol. 344 Issue 31617, p6
Trade Publication
This article focuses on Chicago Mayor Michael Belsky who in April 2003, easily defeated his opponent, Steve Mandel, a fellow city councilman, with 68 percent of the vote to capture the mayor's post in that suburb of Chicago, Illinois. Belsky, 43, and his wife, Lynne, a doctor, and their two children Andrew, 13, and Julia, 10, have lived in the triple-A rated north shore suburb for 12 years, and he has served on the City Council for the last eight of those years.


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