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Village of Lombard Approves Downtown Plan

Village of Lombard Approves Downtown Plan

After a collaborative effort of the Teska Associates consulting team and 45 Lombard residents, a preliminary development plan for a new downtown concept was presented through numerous open houses to the public at Lombard’s Village Hall. From there, the village took community feedback and edited…

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Kendall County may ask state to ease path to more jobs

Kendall County may ask state to ease path to more jobs

The Herald News | Article by Steve Lords YORKVILLE – Last year, Kendall County did its 10-year survey of residents and learned that people are concerned about one thing more than any other: jobs. “The key reason people are most likely to leave is a…

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Breakfast with Jodi | Annual breakfast aims to get girls interested in math, science at Glenbrook South High School

Breakfast with Jodi | Annual breakfast aims to get girls interested in math, science at Glenbrook South High School

 By Lynne Stiefel | Sun-Times Media, Glenview Announcements “When I told my family I was studying landscape architecture, they all thought it meant that I was going to be clipping topiary shrubs and making swans and teddy bears,” says Jodi Mariano. Landscape architect Jodi Mariano…

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Canton Streetscape plan is presented to city!

Canton Streetscape plan is presented to city!

Teska’s talented landscape architect Jodi Mariano stands beside Keith Barth, vice president of electrical engineering for Midwest Engineering Professionals Inc. of Morton, to showcase the streetscape design work that’s ready to launch in Canton, Illinois. This map outlines the first phase of the project, which…

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Economic incentives in Peoria could generate $95 million in projects but residents raise concerns

Economic incentives in Peoria could generate $95 million in projects but residents raise concerns

PEORIA – Economic incentives for a section of the East Bluff could generate $95 million in projects.But the concept is being met with skepticism from residents concerned about the local government’s potential involvement. The meeting was attended by more than 50 people at the Glen…

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