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04Mar

March 5th – Illinois Day of the Horse

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The Day of the Horse… On March 8, 2016, Governor Rauner signed a proclamation declaring December 13th as the Illinois Day of the Horse (which coincides with the national recognition) through 2018.  As described on horsemenscouncil.org, this was done to raise awareness throughout our state of the importance of equines to the economy, history and character of […]
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25Feb

Village Hall is Early Voting Site for Cook County Voters

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Village Hall is an early voting site for Cook County residents for the Consolidated Election on April 2nd, 2019.   Early Voting runs from Monday, March 18 through Monday, April 1.  This includes the weekends.  Early Voting hours are: Monday – Saturday, March 18 – March 23          9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Sunday, […]
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15Feb

Village Offices Closed President’s Day

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Village Hall offices will be closed Monday, February 18th in honor of President’s Day.  Non-emergencies should be directed to Police Dispatch at 847-428-8784, and as always, please dial 911 for emergencies.  President’s Day is a designated federal holiday to honor all US Presidents, past and current.  Originally, President’s Day was honoring George Washington’s birthday (actually on […]
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12Feb

Barrington 220 Referendum Meetings

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For the April 2, 2019 election, registered voters in the Barrington 220 boundary area will have a chance to vote on a $185 million school district referendum question. For details visit barrington220.org/referendum and/or attend any of the following upcoming community meetings: Saturday, Feb. 23: 9:00 am at Barrington High School (616 West Main Street, Barrington) Monday, March 4: […]
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29Jan

Prepare For Frigid Temps

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Tuesday through Thursday–January 29th through January 31st–we will experience temperatures and wind chills that–homes in our area–heating systems have never experienced. Heating systems are NOT designed for -20 to -30-degree temperatures with wind chills into -40 and up to -50+. Homes will struggle to maintain temperature & the temperature WILL drop inside your home while […]
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29Jan

UPDATED: Prairieland Service Delay

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UPDATE: Prairieland Disposal Services and Recycling will be closed Wednesday and Thursday, January 30th & 31st, due to the extreme temperatures and dumps being closed. Prairieland states to LEAVE YOUR TOTERS OUT. Plan for service is as follows:   **All Wednesday pickups will be done on Friday. **All Thursday pickups will be attempted to be […]
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17Jan

Items To Keep in Your Car During Winter

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We are at the midpoint of the winter season without much snow.  Depending on who you speak with, this is a positive or negative.  Anyone who has experienced our area’s weather knows a storm’s severity can materialize without warning. AAA Roadside Assistance recommends keeping the following items in your car just in case one gets […]
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17Jan

Radon Test Kits Available Through Lake County Health Dept

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  Protect Your Family and Community from Radon Simple and inexpensive testing kits available through the Health Department   Radon is a radioactive gas naturally found in rock and soil. It typically moves up through the ground to the air above and into your home through cracks and other holes in the foundation. Your home […]
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16Jan

Postage Rates Increase January 27th

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The US Postal Service approved a price change effective January 27, 2019, which will affect all mail classes and special services.  For a complete list of the price changes, click the link: January 2019 Price Change.    
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