Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel last week took action to put his stamp on the Illinois Sports Facilities Authority board, appointing three new members from the financial services industry who are charged with undertaking reforms and streamlining operations at the city-state agency.

The mayor appoints three of the seven members while the governor appoints four. Gov. Pat Quinn replaced state appointees earlier this year, including the board chairman. Quinn tapped former Senate President Emil Jones for that role.

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