Mayor Rahm Emanuel checks up on City of Chicago's response to snow
January 21, 2014 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Mayor Rahm Emanuel checked on the city's response to the snow and bitter cold on Tuesday.
He met with the director of the Office of Emergency Management and Communications and the Streets and Sanitation commissioner.
He also visited snow command, the place where Streets and Sanitation dispatchers monitor road conditions.
City plows moved Tuesday from the main roads onto side streets and residential areas to make sure they are passable.
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