New financial disclosure statements show six of the
Nine of the aldermen who were elected for the first time last year gave up other jobs, according to disclosures and interviews.
Burns, a former state legislator elected last year to the City Council, works for ASGK Public Strategies,
Ald. Proco "Joe" Moreno, 1st, continues to work as vice president of the Buhl Press printing company.
Ald. Mary O’Connor, 41st, is the owner of O’Connor’s Deli and Unforgettable Edibles Catering. Ald.
They all are among 14 aldermen who reported outside work or ownership of businesses, according to the statements and interviews. Three aldermen have yet to file --- the forms were due Tuesday --- according to the city clerk's office. Of those, two have outside jobs, according to previous disclosures and interviews.
Burns was one of five aldermen in the political consulting business. Another five practice law, the most prominent of whom his Ald.
Burke disclosed that he did at least $5,000 in business with 41 firms that do business with the city. They range from Bobak Sausage to Walgreens, according to his disclosure. He also listed 14 investments that returned him a capital gain of at least $5,000.