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Government, Real Estate
A one-story church and housing developments are planned for the 41 acres of land at the northwest corner of West Lake Avenue and Shermer Road.
The Marketplace Fairness Act would give states the ability to collect online sales taxes.
The village is considering allowing residents to deal with parking tickets and other minor citations in local hearings.
Gov. Pat Quinn has proposed to freeze state income taxes shared with local municipalities to generate an additional $68 million for the state budget.
Jerome Hoynes, a social studies teacher at Glenbrook North High School was elected as New Trier Township Clerk in 2009.
Glenview’s Appearance Commission recently gave the development the green light.
The district recently honored Olivia Smoliga, a senior at Glenbrook High School and Steve Iida, her coach at the Glenview Aquatic Titan Club.
Tony Marino has been hired as the new head paddle tennis professional.
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Government, Going Green
Some of the recycled trees were chipped while others will be used for Lake Glenview.
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