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Tag Archive | "Village of Arlington Heights"

Negative Pressure Event: Localized Low Water Pressure in Water Main Can Temporarily Threaten Safe Water Supply

WHAT ARLINGTON HEIGHTS OFFICIALS AND OTHER COMMUNITY OFFICIALS MIGHT LEARN FROM THE WASHINGTON DC WATER BOIL INCIDENT OF JULY 2018 Recently several neighborhoods in the Washington D.C. area were affected by an advisory to boil and cool water that is used for drinking or cooking. The reason for the advisory was the result of low […]

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New Flood Basin Means End of Community Garden at Cypress St and Arlington Heights Rd

The Village Board of Arlington Heights voted to pay $673,573 for engineering and design of a project that would increase the capacity of the existing basin at the northwest corner of Arlington Heights Road and Cypress Street. The increase in size of the stormwater detention basin will alleviate flooding in the neighborhood of Cypress Street, […]

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Arlington Heights Gets Grant to Help Fund Construction of Rain Garden, Permeable Pavers to Prevent Flooding Near New Police Station

The Village of Arlington Heights recently learned that it successfully received a $358,000 grant to assist paying for a rain garden and permeable pavers on village property northwest of the village complex that is home to village hall, police headquarters and a fire station. The grant was requested as part of the remedy for flooding […]

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Dedication of Jack Musich Mural “Meyer’s Pond” at Village Hall 7 PM Friday, April 20, 2018

On Friday, April 20th at 7:00 p.m. the Arlington Heights Arts Commission will dedicate a new mural of “Meyer’s Pond” on the second floor of Village Hall, 33 South Arlington Heights Road. The mural represents an important piece of Arlington Heights’ history. “Meyer’s Pond” was located roughly where Village Hall, the new police station and […]

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Andrew Larson Promoted to Deputy Chief, Arlington Heights Fire Department

Arlington Heights officials have promoted Andrew Larson to deputy fire chief following the retirement of Deputy Chief Bernie Lyons. Deputy Chief Larson was sworn in at the village board meeting Monday, December 4, 2017 by Mayor Tom Hayes. The Village of Arlington Heights benefits from Larson’s education and career experience. Larson earned his Bachelor of […]

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Arlington Heights Police Dept. Moves May 15 to Temporary Facility for New Police Station Construction

The Village of Arlington Heights, Wednesday, May 10, 2017, has announced the moving date for the Arlington Heights Police Department out of the current headquarters, to clear the building at make room for a new police headquarters at the same location. The Arlington Heights Police Department will be moving to a temporary facility, 1500 W. […]

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Village Trustee Carol Blackwood Chosen As New Arlington Heights President Pro Tem

Arlington Heights Mayor Tom Hayes has appointed Trustee Carol Blackwood for the role of president pro tem. Blackwood will replace Trustee Tom Glasgow, who was appointed appointed by Tom Hayes in April 2013, and April 2015. Blackwood, 67, was appointed to the village board in February 2010, elected to a four-year term in 2011, and […]

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Arlington Heights Village Board Opts Out of Rise in Minimum Wage, Paid Sick Day Requirement

The Arlington Heights village board late Monday night voted 5-4 Monday to opt out of Cook County ordinances raising the minimum wage and mandating businesses to pay employees for sick days. The current Illinois minimum wage is $8.25. As of July 1, the new minimum wage in Cook County will be $10 per hour, then […]

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The Hazmat and Fire Response to Ethanol in Hypothetical Rail Disaster Near Arlington Heights Municipal Campus

A train derailment and railcar fire on a rural railroad, such as the accident that occurred on Union Pacific railroad tracks near Graettinger, Iowa at 1:00 a.m. this morning, is relatively risk free compared to a similar disaster where buildings and ignition sources are near the railroad tracks. There is much greater risk of ignition, […]

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Village of Arlington Heights Settles for New $28 Million “Handsome” Police Station in Tight Space on Municipal Campus

Plans for a new $27.9 million Arlington Heights police station were approved unanimously Monday night by the Arlington Heights Village Board, with construction expected to begin on the two-level, 70,500-square-foot building just 100 feet south of the railroad tracks and at the site of the current police station this summer. Legat Architects and McClaren, Wilson, […]

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Statement from Mayor Tom Hayes to the People of Arlington Heights Regarding Facebook-Generated Controversy

Traditionally, local politics and reputable local government in Arlington Heights has been remarkably non-partisan, but this week turned a little ugly — possibly fueled by the national political climate, and the hazards of social media. Arlington Heights Mayor Tom Hayes issued a statement at the Village Board meeting Monday night, February 6, 2017 in response […]

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Arlington Heights Neighbors Question Safety, Oppose Thorntons Gas Station at Rand & Thomas

A group of Arlington Heights residents are opposing a City of Prospect Heights approval for a proposal that may allow a 24-hour Thorntons gas station and convenience store at the northwest corner of Rand Road and Thomas Street. The proposed development at 1600 North Rand Road involves … 1) a 1.47 acre commercial property in […]

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