“The timing is ironic,” Fleet and Facilities Management Commissioner David Reynolds said Thursday when the bug was spotted during his testimony at a budget hearing.
Towers management is warning residents it won’t tolerate any shenanigans on Nov. 2, the day the famed high-wire walker is planning to do his thing in Chicago.
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