April 2014

Monthly Archives

  • Community Volunteer Workday

    The Forest Preserve District of Will County is partnering with local businesses for a “Community Volunteer Workday” on Saturday, April 26, from 8 a.m. to noon, at the District’s Whalon Lake in Naperville. Join employees from Comcast, JULIE, Inc., Saratoga Food Specialties, Bill Jacobs Auto Group, BMO Harris Bank, Enbridge Energy, CITGO Lemont Refinery, CARCARE […]

  • Pre Purchase counseling services taking off

    Pre Purchase counseling services taking off. The pre purchase counseling program known as “Your Home” has taken off for CSC in the past few months.  Through this program CSC counselors are able to work with potential homeowners on credit, budgeting, and savings issues.  All these services are provided at no cost with the goal being […]

  • Recycle recycle recycle

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    Recycling Shingles If this harsh winter leaves your roof in need of repair or it is simply time to replace it, be sure to contact with a roofing company that recycles the old shingles. For decades shingles have been recycled in various locations across the county. The industry growth has been slow due to the […]

  • Will County still smolders…

    Over a year has gone by with discussion, confusion and  revision to the open burning ordinance of Will County and for now, the Health Committee has pulled it from the agenda.  The committee chair is concerned that “people don’t seem to have any remorse for people with breathing problems”.  He was quoted as saying that […]

  • Yes, I did

    It was reported this week in the Farmers Weekly and Bugle that I said “the airport would be in the middle of nowhere”, and I can’t argue that I said it and the response from the other county board member I was speaking with was  “This is where people farm.  Where do you think your […]

  • Greening the County Circuit Clerk’s Office!

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    Does a paperless legal system sound impossible? Our Will County Circuit Clerk, Pam McGuire is moving towards one with progress on e-filing. The office began testing in May of last year and now has received final approval to send all civil appeal records electronically!   This program will save taxpayers and litigant’s money that would […]