Category Archives: infrastructure
Nearly 300 new laws are set to take effect on January 1, 2022, covering a range of issues big and small that affect Illinoisans. See the link below: https://www.newsbreak.com/news/2470112772644/new-laws-2022-illinois-laws-that-take-effect-january-1?pd=09tQqMuQ&lang=en_US&s=i16
The Science Channel on your local cable provider is now airing a segment on the collapse of the Rosemont Horizon during its construction phase. Today it is known as the Allstate Arena. You can find it on the Science Channel … Continue reading →
Should You Register Your Private Home Camera System with the Local Police Department ? Schiller Park Is Asking You To Do So. Is it a good idea ?
To register or not to register your home security surveillance system, that is the question. With home security and surveillance systems becoming more ubiquitous all the time, the Schiller Park police now want you to register your camera with the … Continue reading →
Franklin Avenue Closure The motoring public in the Leyden Township area is being informed that Franklin Avenue will be closed to traffic starting Monday, June 14 from Williams Drive to Wolf Road through August 2. Please watch for detour signs … Continue reading →
Franklin Park is planning a series of road improvements to complement the ongoing planned I-490 interchange project, which will allow drivers to access O’Hare International Airport from the west. The I-490 project, or O’Hare Western Bypass, “will be built to … Continue reading →
Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker on Sunday pushed back against criticism over his cautious plans to reopen, saying the state will not reopen unless the standards he set have been met.”We are being very careful,” the Democratic governor told CNN’s Jake … Continue reading →
Illinois State Board of Education Chairman Carmen I. Ayala said parents should be prepared to continue homeschooling their children in the fall, as the state’s K-12 schools could remain closed. Ayala, of west suburban Downers Grove, made the remarks during a … Continue reading →
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, or IDEA, is the nation’s federal special education law. It provides funding, technical assistance and monitoring to ensure students with disabilities receive a free and appropriate education. With the new COVID-19 stimulus package, the … Continue reading →
Illinois State Board of Education: ‘Very real possibility’ school closure will be extended beyond March 30——And Possibly Beyond……………….
The Illinois State Board of Education advised school administrators this week that they should prepare for the “very real possibility” that the state will extend the mandated school closure order beyond March 30. No timeline was provided for such a … Continue reading →
March 13, 2020 Dear School Community, After careful consideration of information from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) regarding social distancing and the support of preventative measures to limit the spread of the … Continue reading →