CHICAGO – The Chicago Infrastructure Trust board approved the addition of six advisory members Thursday as gears up to solicit private market interest in funding energy efficiency upgrades to city facilities and public schools.

If a financing comes to fruition as city officials hope, it would mark the first undertaking by the trust, created last year by Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel with City Council support to tap private investment in the funding of infrastructure development.

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