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Former Alderman Moore joins Chicago-based Diliberto Real Estate Services

Former Alderman Moore joins Chicago-based Diliberto Real Estate Services,ph1

Diliberto Real Estate Services, a global real estate advisory, property management and auction firm based in Chicago has brought former Chicago Alderman Joe Moore on board. A long-time member of the Chicago City Council, Moore will join the firm's municipal economic services group as its national director.

Moore served seven years as a city attorney for the City of Chicago and 28 years as alderman of Chicago's 49th Ward, one of the most economically and racially diverse communities in the nation, and chairman of the Chicago City Council committee on housing and real estate.

"Moore's long record of service and national stature in municipal government makes him a leading authority on revitalizing cities and towns," said Dino Diliberto, director at Diliberto Real Estate.

Moore oversaw widespan economic revitalization as alderman and as chairman of the Chicago City Council committee on housing and real estate, he directed every aspect of city housing policy and all transactions involving city-owned real estate. Moore also served as ranking member of the Chicago City Council committees on finance, budget and government operations and health and environmental protection, among others.

Moore's passion for local government was inspired by his grandfather, Arthur Herzog, who served as mayor of Palos Park, Illinois in the 1970s and his father, Max Moore, who served as chairman of the Oak Lawn, Illinois human relations commission in the 1960s.

His leadership led Nation Magazine to name Moore one of the "Most Valuable Local Officials" in the country.

"I look forward to using my 35 years of experience in government leadership, and my success in spearheading economic revitalization, to help cities and towns across Illinois and the U.S," said Moore. "Diliberto Real Estate offers a service which I found to be extremely unique and beneficial. I'm excited to join them and look forward to working for my municipal colleagues across the nation.”