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Government, Opinion, The Neighborhood Files, Awareness
Here is a sample of some of the stories that had people talking on Shorewood Patch during the last week.
As two Will County Board members publicly announce their opposition, Joliet City Councilman Jim McFarland says the city should decide if it wants to pursue the facility or not.
Government, The Neighborhood Files, Awareness
A 13-week family-friendly program begins on June 6 in Shorewood's Towne Center Park.
Passed by a 35-21 vote, the bill now goes to the desk of Gov. Pat Quinn, who has not yet said whether he intends to sign it.
Government, Police & Fire
A resolution in support of the gun law was approved with a 15-6 vote, with the majority favoring it for the "protection of citizens," officials said.
A Holiday Inn Express and Candlewood Suites would anchor the development, which also calls for 8,000 square feet of meeting and banquet space.
Government, Business, Local Connections, Awareness, Going Green
Of the 75,000 home and business owners eligible to drop the utility via electric aggregation, between 8 percent and 10 percent did, officials said.
Under a new ordinance, Channahon residents will be allowed to drive golf carts on Village roadways.
Government, Business, Awareness
Leapfrog Group measures how safe hospitals are for patients and grades them on an A-F scale.
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