Timothy Cullerton

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Timothy M. Cullerton is a former Chicago City Council member who represented the 38th Ward on Chicago's Northwest Side. He was appointed by Mayor Richard M. Daley in 2011.


Cullerton's father, Thomas W. Cullerton, and brother-in-law, Thomas Allen, also served as 38th Ward alderman.[1] Cullerton is an electrician who served as chairman of the Chicago Electrical Commission.[2]

Aldermanic career[edit]

Cullerton served on six committees in City Council: Zoning, Landmarks and Building Standards; Housing and Real Estate; Rules and Ethics; Transportation and Public Way; Budget and Government Operations; Aviation.


  1. ^ "Better Know an Alderman: Timothy Cullerton". NBC Chicago. Retrieved 2013-01-30. 
  2. ^ "Chicago City Council Profile: Tim Cullerton". NBC Chicago. Retrieved 2013-01-30. 

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