Lobbying for "Hugh Hefner Way"

<a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB002313" title="Christie Hefner" href="/topic/entertainment/christie-hefner-PECLB002313.topic">Christie Hefner</a>, the chairman and CEO of <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORCRP017324" title="Playboy Enterprises, Inc." href="/topic/business/media-industry/playboy-enterprises-inc.-ORCRP017324.topic">Playboy Enterprises</a>, addresses Ald. Ed Burke (right) and members of the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORGOV000076" title="Chicago City Council" href="/topic/politics/chicago-city-council-ORGOV000076.topic">Chicago City Council</a> Finance Committee in council chambers during April 2000. Hefner and Burke were discussing a proposal initiated by the Playboy CEO, which later passed, where a block of Walton Street at the intersection of Michigan Avenue was given the honorary name of Hugh M. Hefner Way.
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( Tribune photo by Chuck Berman / April 11, 2000 )

Christie Hefner, the chairman and CEO of Playboy Enterprises, addresses Ald. Ed Burke (right) and members of the Chicago City Council Finance Committee in council chambers during April 2000. Hefner and Burke were discussing a proposal initiated by the Playboy CEO, which later passed, where a block of Walton Street at the intersection of Michigan Avenue was given the honorary name of Hugh M. Hefner Way.

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