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Arlington Heights Solicits Input with Survey For 5-Year Consolidated Plan

The Village of Arlington Heights is conducting a community survey concerning community and economic development, public facility, and social service needs and programs in the Village. Responses will be used in the development of the Village’s 5-year Consolidated Plan which explains how the Village will use its allocation of Federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) […]

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Operation Strong Safety: Governor Rick Perry Says Texas Is Sending National Guard Troops to Border

Gov. Rick Perry said he is deploying up to 1,000 National Guard troops over the next month to the Texas-Mexico border to combat criminals that state leaders say are exploiting a surge of children and families entering the US illegally. Texas Gov. Rick Perry is immediately sending up to 1,000 National Guard troops to help […]

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Mount Prospect Plaza Expansion Approved for Two Outlots

Mount Prospect Trustees Tuesday night approved two outlots at Mount Prospect Plaza at Rand Road and Central Road that would add about 12,000 square feet to the existing 423,354 square feet. One multi-tenant building is planned for a location just northeast of the Chase Bank near the entrance at Mount Prospect Road. The other building, […]

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Letter: From Bob Heller to Village of Arlington Heights Board on the Hickory-Kensington TIF

Heller Lumber Company at 24 North Hickory Avenue in Arlington Heights was built in 1923 and opened its doors for business on April 1, 1924. Initially, Heller Lumber handled lumber, roofing, cement, stone and coal. A coal business carried the company through the Great Depression. Throughout World War II, Eugene Heller and Wally Moehling were […]

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Hickory-Kensington TIF Approved While Relocation Issues and Eminent Domain Possibilities Worry Business Owners

The Arlington Heights village board Monday night unanimously approved a new TIF (tax increment financing) district for the Hickory-Kensington just east of Recreation Park and just north of Mariano’s Fresh Market. The decision was unanimous, but still difficult for all board members to consider because the TIF doesn’t assure businesses that they will be relocated […]

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Editorial: Village Leaders, Consider Practical Impact of Dense Housing at Hickory-Kensington, Not Just Assessment Valuation Hopes

Building multi-story residences has brought positive results for Arlington Heights for years. Building up on a limited land parcel brings increased property tax opportunities. It’s been a favorite for village planners and trustees, and it is apparently easier than attracting new businesses into Arlington Heights. However with limited available property in the Village of Arlington […]

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Easy Border: Coyotes on Jet Skis Bring Immigrants to the US in the Rio Grande Sector

The American with Charlie LeDuff: Immigration at the southern border. Coyotes, people who smuggle immigrants into America from any given country for a fee to cross into the United States. An onslaught of immigrants are at the southern border, and some are crossing rivers on jet skis. Washington’s politics fighting over it and American taxpayers […]

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Hobby Lobby Victory in Supreme Court Regarding Contraception Option

The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby that employers with religious objections, such as Hobby Lobby which is closed on Sundays, the biblical day of rest, can opt out of providing contraception coverage under Obamacare. Attorney for the opponents, former Republican solicitor general Paul Clement, argued that since the Obama administration has […]

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Village of Arlington Heights Homeless Outreach Program Wins Award from ICMA

Arlington Heights is receiving a Community Partnership award from the International City/County Management Association (ICMA) for a Homeless Outreach Program that is a collaborative effort between the Police Department and Alexian Brothers Center for Mental Health based in Arlington Heights. The Village will receive the award at ICMA’s 100th Annual Conference in mid- September. The […]

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Obama Administration, Feds Exerting Influence to Keep Local Police Secret on Cell Phone Surveillance Technology

The Associated Press is reporting that the Obama administration and federal government has been quietly advising local police departments not to disclose details about surveillance technology they are using to sweep up basic cellphone data from entire neighborhoods. U.S. Marshals Service confiscated local records on the use of the surveillance equipment used to monitor wireless […]

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Eric Cantor Loss: Too Close to Wall Street, Instead of Main Street

David Brat, an economics professor with Tea Party backing, shocked the Republican party on Tuesday by defeating House Majority Leader Eric Cantor in a primary in their suburban Richmond, Virginia district. David Brat is is an economist and Professor of Economics at Randolph–Macon College. As the Republican candidate in the general election for Virginia’s 7th […]

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False Accusations by “Elite” Phoenix Arson Investigators? Missed Origin, Dog Fails, Lies to Suspect

Pat Andler, Fire Investigator, Andler & Associates, says the point of origin was in an electrical short in the attic, not from multiple origins with accelerant. A report from Byron Pitts, ABC News Nightline, shows two residents who were falsely accused by Phoenix Fire Department investigators: Barbara Ann Sloan (accused of Arson in 2009) and […]

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