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Are New Arlington Heights Police Station Planning Standards Held to the Same Scrutiny as Mom & Pop Businesses?

If you’ve lived in Arlington Heights very long, and if you’ve ever attended a Village Board meeting or watched one on local cable TV, you’ve noticed that Arlington Heights building codes and planning requirements are […]

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Police Families Always Want Their Police Officers to Be Safeguarded; Forget the Temporary Fort for Arlington Heights

The Village of Arlington Heights Board of Trustees has decided that the police department needs a new police station, listing the following shortcomings of the existing facility that will be resolved by constructing a new […]

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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. […]

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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 […]

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St. Viator High School in Early Planning Stages To Replace Cafeteria With Dining Area/Wi-Fi Internet Cafe by 2015

St. Viator High School is in the early stages of planning for a $7-8 million state-of-the-art cafeteria for the private high school at 1016 East Oakton 1213 East Oakton Street. Planners hope to approved the […]