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30May

Register to Receive a Tax Appeals Notification from Cook County’s Board of Review

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The Cook County Assessor is re-assessing all northern suburban properties this year as part of the three-year property tax cycle. Residents can register online at www.cookcountyboardofreview.com/what-we-do/pre-registration to receive a notification when they are eligible to file an appeal. There is no cost to file an appeal with the Board and a homeowner may file their own […]
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29May

Old Sutton Road RR Crossing Scheduled for Closure

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Canadian National Railway has issued a notice that funding has been secured for a complete renewal of the Old Sutton Road grade crossing.  The complete track structure will be replaced with new rubber crossing surface.  The crossing renewal is scheduled to commence at 9:00 am on Monday, June 24, 2019 and conclude by 6:00 pm on Friday, June 28, 2019. […]
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15May

VBHPD On the Run!

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Kudos to our men and women in blue (actually black) who will be participating again–rain or shine– in this year’s Law Enforcement Torch Run benefitting Special Olympics Illinois Sunday, June 2nd beginning at 8:00 AM.  You, too, can participate in this largest fundraising campaign for Special Olympics by making a donation to this cause and/or […]
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14May

Lakes And Pond Management Presentation – Monday, May 20th

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The Nine Lakes Watershed Partnership Presents a free informational on creating and maintaining a healthy lake.  Mark your calendars to attend this free presentation on Monday, May 20th at Lake Barrington Village Hall, 22860 N Old Barrington Road, Lake Barrington. 
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13May

Avoid Ticks and Lyme Disease

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The Lake County Health Department and Community Health Center, via a press release, warns residents to take precautions against ticks, which can carry several diseases, including Lyme disease. “In 2018, over 35 percent of deer ticks submitted for testing by the Health Department carried the bacteria that causes Lyme disease,” said Michael Adam, senior biologist […]
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10May

President McLaughlin in Springfield

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President McLaughlin, on behalf of BACOG, went to Springfield Lobby Day to meet with elected officials, and advocate for regional stormwater and local road project state funding assistance.  This would be the first time the Village of Barrington Hills has lobbied for funds from the state. “We’re asking for money for where our roads connect […]
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09May

Trustees Sworn in for Four-Year Term

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CONGRATULATIONS to re-elected Trustees Brian D. Cecola and Bryan C. Croll and newly elected Trustee Debra Buettner who were sworn in before last night’s Board of Trustees Special Meeting was called to order. They will be serving a four-year term as Board of Trustees Member.  
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