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MPC's 2005 Annual Meeting Luncheon to feature Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley

The Metropolitan Plannning Council's 2005 Annual Meeting Luncheon will be held October 26, 2005. Make your reservation today.

The Metropolitan Planning Council’s 2005 Annual Meeting Luncheon will be held October 26, 2005 at the Hyatt Regency Chicago. This year’s luncheon will feature keynote remarks by Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley. The mayor will discuss the important role Chicago plays in building a vibrant region, as well as his priorities in the areas of housing, education, transportation, and the environment. MPC will also present its Burnham Award for Excellence in Planning, which recognizes planning efforts of superior quality in both process and results with a $5,000 prize.

Please download our advance reservation form by clicking here or by contacting PJH Associates, Inc. at (312) 553-2000.

Reservations received by October 17 will be acknowledged in the event program book.

This is expected to be another blockbuster event! Please feel free to pass this information along to friends and colleagues.

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