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The year 2019 saw a new governor and newly elected officials join the Illinois legislature. There were also some new legislation introduced in 2019, and some due in 2020. How will those new or amended bills affect Illinois' commercial real estate industry?
Find out at the January Members Lunch: Paul Lisnek Talks Politics. We are excited to have Paul back at our January Members Lunch to discuss the current political climate in Illinois. He will also provide an overview of the past year and provide his insights and expertise.
About Your Presenter:
Paul Lisnek is a multi-Emmy, Cablefax, Telly, and Beacon Award winning television host and analyst. Paul has been the political analyst for WGN-TV since 2008, appearing on all the station's newscasts discussing political issues of the day. He was the host of Politics Tonight on CLTV, on which he interviewed leading political figures in the city, state and country, and also served as a fill-in anchor. Paul has interviewed presidents, governors, senators, congressmen, local representatives, and mayors too numerous to count over the last 25 years.
Paul can also be heard on wgnradio.com, where he hosts a podcast called "Behind the Curtain," which addresses political, theater, and other areas of interest to Chicagoland.
Paul is a frequent guest on WGN-AM radio programs and other radio stations including NPR, as a frequent guest talking about the politics of the day. Paul also anchors Newsmakers, and hosts Broadway in Chicago Backstage in front of a live studio audience for the Comcast Network, which presents an in-depth look at Chicago's hottest theatrical productions.
Other award-winning specials include "Site of Remembrance" on the Holocaust Museum and Education Center, "Footsteps of Lincoln" and "Day of Honor," a special on the Honor Flight Chicago program for World War II veterans. Paul is the author of thirteen books including "The Hidden Jury," "Winning the Mind Game," "Quality Mind, Quality Life" and recently completed his first fiction novel, Assume Guilt. The Museum of Broadcast Communication in Chicago opened the Paul M. Lisnek Gallery, which features a permanent exhibit detailing and honoring Paul's long career in television.
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Fees: This event is free to members. Additional guests from a member building require a fee of $40.00. For non-members, the fee is $50.00. No non-member vendors will be admitted. By selecting the "Check" payment choice, we will send you an invoice.
Register: The deadline to register is Monday, January 13 by noon. Please note any food allergies or restrictions.
Attendance: As a valued and engaged BOMA member, we'd like you to stay for the entire presentation.
Cancellations: Registrations not cancelled 24 hours in advance of the lunch will be charged.