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Tag Archive | "Village of Arlington Heights"

Feasibility of New Police Station on Existing To Be Discussed at Village Board Meeting Tuesday Night

The Village’s Police Station Committee recently met to review the findings of FGM Architects, the architectural and design firm hired to do a Police Station Feasibility Study, to help finalize a report that will be discussed at the Village Board meeting of Tuesday, January 20. FGM Architects are to re-validate the space needs and deficiencies […]

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In Arlington Heights, the Red Letter ‘A’ Next to the Christian Manger Display Not Limited by “A for Atheism” Message

Today on the first full day of the Winter Solstice in 2014, The Cardinal is welcoming the red “A” next to the Christian manger display at North School park. The red “A” is very familiar to current and former residents of Arlington Heights. A “Scarlet Letter A” has been erected next to the Christian manger […]

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Four Incumbents and Three Newcomers Expected to Run for Village Board Seats in Arlington Heights

Five candidates for Village Board of Arlington Heights as filed their petitions to run for the April 15, 2015 local consolidated election when mayors, village board trustees, city council members, park district board members, school district board members, library district trustees and fire protection district board members are elected. Four seats are up for election. […]

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Village of Arlington Heights 2015 Consolidated Election Filing Dates December 15 and December 22, 2014

Candidates for Village Trustee or Library Trustee must file their petitions with the Village Clerk between December 15 and December 22, 2014 at Village Hall, 33 S. Arlington Heights Rd. The hours to file are from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. The Village Clerk’s office opens at 8 a.m. The objection period […]

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Christmas Tree Arrives at White House, But Arlington Heights Lights a Holiday Tree

The White House Christmas tree has arrived. A horse-drawn wagon hauled it up the driveway to the North Portico on Friday morning. (Nov. 28). Yesterday, Arlington Heights lit a Holiday Tree at North School Park, but a Christmas Tree was delivered to the White House in Washington D.C. In Washington D.C. the Christmas Tree delivery […]

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Arlington Heights Police Station Update; Goals Outlined for Police Station Project

Goals for a new Village of Arlington Heights Police Station were recently discussed by the Village Board at a Committee of the Whole meeting held in November. The current focus for FGM Architects, the firm hired to do a feasibility study of the police facility, is to re-validate a prior needs study on the Police […]

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Meet & Greet Event for New Arlington Heights Village Manager Randy Recklaus this Afternoon 4:30 PM To 6:30 PM

A public Meet & Greet event with new Arlington Heights Village Manager Randy Recklaus will be held on Wednesday, November 12 from 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. in the Board Room, located on the third floor of Village Hall, 33 S. Arlington Heights Road. Mr. Recklaus began his role as Village Manager on Monday, November 10. […]

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“Katie Project” for Battery Replacement for Smoke Detectors Gets and Upgrade with Grant for New Smoke Detectors, Too

The Village of Arlington Heights “Katie Project” was introduced by Trustee Joe Farwell after he was inspired by a fire that killed three women in a house with non-operating smoke detectors on South Dunton Avenue on November 6, 2013. The smoke detector program is spearheaded by efforts of Village of Arlington Heights Trustee Joe Farwell, […]

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Village Blood Drive November 7, 2014 at Senior Center

A Village of Arlington Heights Blood Drive with LifeSource Blood Services will be held on Friday, November 7, 2014, from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Arlington Heights Senior Center, 1801 W. Central, Arlington Heights. If you are eligible to donate blood, please make an appointment by calling Health Services at 847-368-5762. Walk-ins are […]

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Village of Arlington Heights Seeks Info for Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan in Partnership with Chicago Metropolitan Agency For Planning

The Village of Arlington Heights, with the help and encouragement of the Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Commission, is seeking ways to increase bicycling and walking as forms of transportation and recreation. The Village received a local technical assistance grant from the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP) to assist in creating a forward-looking, comprehensive plan […]

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School Closings: Olive, Thomas, Windsor; Power Outage Olive School, North Central Arlington Heights Near Oakton St And Dryden Ave, Arlington Heights

Arlington Heights firefighter/paramedics responded about 6:54 AM Friday to a trouble with the alarm system at Olive-Mary Stitt School, 303 East Olive Street Arlington Heights, IL. Firefighter/paramedics responded to the school and discovered a power outage in the area. Olive, Thomas, and Windsor schools are closed. Families were notified of closing by phone and by […]

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Village of Arlington Heights Roadway Crack Sealing Program Under Way

A crack sealing maintenance program is scheduled to start September 25, 2014 in the Village of Arlington Heights, weather permitting. The purpose of this program is to help extend the life cycle of street pavements. The program lasts for about two weeks and is an efficient procedure that helps prevent moisture from getting under pavement […]

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