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Tuesday, July 16, 2019
The Special Events Commission to honor the 2016 Shining Stars of Mount Prospect.
The pension fund for Niles firefighters is now underfunded by nearly $37 million, a deficit that’s tripled over the past 10 years, according to a report released by the Illinois Department of Insurance.
Mount Prospect Police respond to suspicious subject near school on Dec. 10.
The Mount Prospect Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a regular meeting at 7:30 tonight.
The City of Elgin Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee met on Dec. 1 to discuss ongoing projects.
Village of Mount Prospect board met on Dec. 1 to hold a public hearing on the 2015 tax levy.
The City of Elgin Human Relations Commission met on Dec. 1.
The City of Elgin City Council met on Dec. 2 and held public hearings on Truth in Taxation and the West Point Gardens subdivision.
The City of Park Ridge City Council met on Nov. 16, discussed variances, funding issues.
Prospect Heights Deputy Chief Al Steffen will take his place as head of the police department.
No action was taken on the 2016 budget discussion on Dec. 2 at the Committee of the Whole meeting.
Village of Wheeling Plan Commission to review zoning variations on Dec. 10.
Library to close on March 21 and reopen in a temporary location on April 4.
The public hearing on the Wheeling Park District budget is scheduled for Dec. 15 at 7 p.m.
The regular board meeting of the Village of Wilmette, Illinois was held on Nov. 10.
Illinois transportation and infrastructure projects will be protected under the FAST Act.
Interested residents can now register for the PRCERT classes now.
U.S. Rep. Jan Schakowsky of Illinois recently spoke to the House Steering and Policy Committee on the high cost of prescription drugs.
A city ordinance that would prohibit the hiring of employee or elected official relatives was presented to the Park Ridge City Council this week for consideration.
Park Ridge Acting Mayor and Liquor Control Commissioner Marty Maloney has approved 33 village liquor licenses for 2016.