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25Sep

ComEd Institutes Relief for Economically Impacted Customers

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ComEd understands vulnerable customers are hardest hit by the economic impacts of the pandemic. As such, they are suspending disconnections until March 2021.  Please note the moratorium only applies to customers experiencing financial hardship or low income home energy assistance program eligible customers.  Disconnections will resume for all other customers.  Anyone experiencing financial hardship, call […]
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24Sep

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Algonquin’s District 300 votes to keep grades 4 through 12 remote until January By CASSIE BUCHMANEmailFollow Sept. 23, 2020 While Algonquin-based Community School District 300’s board approved bringing kindergarten through third grade students to a hybrid learning model as soon as it is safely possible, grades four through 12 will be remote until their second semester […]
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23Sep

Residents can apply for a Facebook Privacy Settlement

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Illinois residents can now apply for up to $400 from massive Facebook privacy settlement By Katie Surma  |  Chicago Tribune  |  September 22, 2020   Illinois Facebook users can apply to get between $200 and $400 from the social media company as part of a $650 million class-action settlement over alleged violations of a state privacy […]
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20Sep

The Klean Tunnel at The Hills Are Alive

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John Allegretti describes the Klean Tunnel at The Hills Are Alive Fall Fest.  Join Us Sunday, Sept  20 – Noon to 4 PM   Parking at Barrington United Methodist Church   The Klean Tunnel
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17Sep

FALL FEST SUNDAY, SEPT. 20

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The Hills Are Alive Fall Festival Sunday, September 20th, Noon to 4 PM   Although pumpkins will be decorating the Hills behind Village Hall, rest assured there will be no “cheater, cheater pumpkin eaters” at the Baggo Tourney! SIGN UP TODAY FOR THIS CHARITABLE EVENT: https://apaulvbh.wufoo.com/forms/the-hills-are-alive-baggo-tournament   NEW FEST LOCATION AT VILLAGE HALL: *Park at […]
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11Sep

Never Forget 9/11

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On September 11, Patriot Day gives all of us time to reflect on the devastating terror attacks that took nearly 3,000 lives. We commemorate those who we lost and give thanks to the brave first responders who put their lives on the line. Take a moment today to consider what we stand for as a […]
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09Sep

Mail Ballot Drop Box Locations

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The Lake County Clerk published the mail ballot drop box locations. A nearby drop box will be INSIDE Lake Barrington’s Village Hall: 23860 N. Old Barrington  Lake Barrington, IL 60010 October 19 – November 1, 2020 Monday through Friday 8:30 AM – 7:00 PM Saturnday and Sunday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM For full details […]
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08Sep

Recycle Election Signs

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    Don’t forget to recycle campaign signs after election day November 3, 2020.  Drop them off next to the Public Works Building on Village Hall grounds: 112 Algonquin Rd.   These signs will be recycled into new buildings in arid countries; proceeds will be used to purchase & install solar lights in worldwide schools […]
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