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Tag Archive | "Village of Arlington Heights"

Electronic Recycling, Document Shredding Event, At Nokia Siemens Networks Campus, Saturday, April 26, 2014, 9 AM to Noon

The Village of Arlington Heights has announced that It’s time to get rid of old electronics, piles of documents you no longer need or old bicycles at the Arlington Heights Spring Sweep Recycling Day. The event takes place Saturday, April 26, from 9 a.m. – Noon at the Nokia Siemens Networks Campus, 1501 West Shure […]

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Arlington Heights Village Manager Bill Dixon Announces Retirement Wednesday Morning

Bill Dixon retirement announcment, Wednesday, April 7, 2014 at the Village Manager’s Office, Arlington Heights Village Hall. Arlington Heights Village Manager Bill Dixon announced Wednesday that he will retire from the Village of Arlington Heights in late June of this year. Dixon, 67, started as Village Manager in January of 1993 after serving as City […]

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Ken Koeppen Appointment to Fire Chief; Steven Hudgens Promotion to Police Sergeant

Mayor Tom Hayes, left and Arlington Heights Police Department Sergeant Steven Hudgens. Police Officer Steven Hudgens was promoted to Police Sergeant, Arlington Heights Police Department at Monday’s Village Board Meeting. Deputy Fire Chief Ken Koeppen was appointed to Fire Chief, Arlington Heights Fire Department at Monday’s Village Board Meeting. Mayor Tom Hayes, left and Arlington […]

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Village of Arlington Heights Mails Out Police Department’s Citizen Survey To Random Sample Of Residents And Businesses

The Arlington Heights Police Department has recently mailed a Citizen Survey to randomly selected residents and businesses. This survey can also be filled out online by clicking on the “Police Survey” button displayed on the far right column of the Home Page, or by following this link. The form requires the password that was mailed […]

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Update: Public Hearing on Hickory-Kensington TIF District Proposal — Borders Dryden Ave, US 14, Belmont Ave and Miner St

UPDATE: About 40 residents attended the public hearing on a TIF district for the Hickory-Kensington area on Wednesday night at 7:00 p.m. Opposing issues to the redevelopment plan include … (1) high-density population in the area with skepticism about 5-story condo/apartment buildings, (2) concern about the existing businesses that would be relocated or closed, (3) […]

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Arlington Heights Appoints Ken Koeppen Fire Chief, Arlington Heights Fire Department

Ken Koeppen, a 34-year veteran of the Fire Department, has been appointed Arlington Heights Fire Chief effective immediately by Village Manager Bill Dixon. Ken Koeppen has been serving as Acting Fire Chief following the February 2014 retirement of former Chief Glenn Ericksen. Ken Koeppen has served in several leadership roles within the Department including Deputy […]

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Arlington Heights 2015 Budget Proposal Includes Revamped Village Website at a Cost of $75,000

The Proposed FY2015 Budget includes funds for a complete revamp of the Village’s website. Ever-changing technology offers opportunities which could enhance the ease of use and accessibility of information found on our website. Based on website re-engineering costs incurred by neighboring Villages, $75,000 has been included in the proposed budget for this project. The Village […]

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Arlington Heights Proposed Budget Reflects 3.4 Percent Decrease from Current Year

The proposed Village budget of $154,550,004 for Fiscal Year 2014- 2015, which begins May 1, 2014, represents a decrease of 3.4% from the current budget. The decrease is primarily attributed to $8.7 million less in the Debt Service Fund due to the refinancing of existing bonds at a lower interest rate, a $1.3 million reduction […]

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Arlington Heights Fire Department Deputy Chief Ken Koeppen Appointed Acting Fire Chief

Arlington Heights Deputy Fire Chief Ken Koeppen has been named Acting Fire Chief effective Friday, February 14 by Village Manager Bill Dixon. Ken Koeppen will serve as Acting Fire Chief until a new Fire Chief is appointed following the retirement of Chief Glenn Ericksen, who served as Chief since 2004 and has been with the […]

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Common Sense? Rough Road After Water Main Break Needs Adequate Warning at Thomas Middle School Crosswalk

Post by The Cardinal. Rough road at a crosswalk. The Arlington Heights public works crews that repair water main breaks are a highly professional group. They work in brutal conditions during cold winters and hot summers — day and night. When a water main break requires excavation in a street, the resulting fill is often […]

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Arlington Heights Mayor’s 27th Annual Community Prayer Breakfast, February 6, 2014 at Doubletree by Hilton

The annual Mayor’s Community Prayer Breakfast, hosted by the Arlington Heights Chamber of Commerce, will be held on Thursday, February 6 from 7:15 a.m. – 9 a.m at DoubleTree by Hilton. 75 W. Algonquin Road. The Prayer Breakfast is a way to bring together citizens, business and school people, and community leaders together to celebrate […]

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Public Input Needed to Help with Cook County Plan For Natural Hazards: “Multi-Jurisdictional All Hazards Mitigation Plan”

The Village of Arlington Heights is encouraging public input and sharing of information about the “Cook County Multi-Jurisdictional All Hazards Mitigation Plan.” Cook County is preparing its first hazard mitigation plan to reduce the risks from natural hazards and to guide decision makers as they commit resources to reducing the effects of natural hazards. Hazards […]

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