The market will be held on Main Street just south of the Oswego Public Library building and in the parking lot adjoining the Village Grind Coffee & Tea Co. shop. Hours every Sunday will be from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Roads scheduled for resurfacing include: Mustang, Longview, Theodore, Matena, Kensington and Manchester Drives; Sherwick, Crofton, Sedgwick and Stone Hill Roads; Newport Circle; Van Buren Street; and Majestic Lane, with patchwork being done on Minkler Road and Southbury Boulevard
“Looking at Boulder Point today, it is hard to imagine what it once was: originally built in the 1960s as a car dealership,” Park District Richard Zielke said during the opening ceremony.
Police Chief James Bianchi recently notified city council members that Diesel will be going in for a root canal and cap at the University of Illinois Veterinary Hospital.
The facility, the first of its kind in the village, is expected to open by the end of June as the construction of the fencing will begin after Memorial Day, May 30.
Village officials expect construction on the signals to start early next year with completion by summer.
Council members agreed to place a job description for the position on the the agenda for their next regular meeting at 7 p.m. May 23 for a possible vote.
Examples of violations include: improper vehicle storage, unregistered vehicles, dangerous structural problems, and garbage scattered and not in bins.
Werderich and his family have a long history with trains and the Boy Scouts, dating back to his grandparents.
Country Bash will feature Whiskeyfist and two other country bands and the Tribute to Veterans event will feature brass bands like Celebration Brass and Springbrook’s Oswego Pops Orchestra playing patriotic favorites.
Country Bash will feature Whiskeyfist and two other country bands, and the Tribute to Veterans event will feature brass bands like Celebration Brass and Springbrook’s Oswego Pops Orchestra playing patriotic favorites.
Oswegoland Park district officials say finding enough staff has been a challenge for a significant amount of time, but are confident they will be able to staff the currently scheduled summer hours.
All sergeants will also receive a 2.75% increase in their current salaries effective May 1 2022, and a 3% increase effective May 1 2023.
“It was perfect all the way around,” said Julie Hoffman, Oswego's community engagement coordinator and event organizer.
Delaney Rogers and Madelyn Conroy have just begun shaping the minds of Plano youth, but have big plans for the future