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To order free masks and test kits or to find treatment, vaccine, and booster shot locations, visit covid.gov.
Voters can cast a ballot prior to election day at the courthouse without having a reason or an excuse for wanting to vote early.
The plan would include looking at transportation conditions and trends as well as workforce needs, engineering designs, and traffic routing and congestion.
Sinnissippi Centers served more than 7,000 people in the last year and is looking to build up its workforce.
The overall goal is to achieve a higher pension system funding level, capture returns in the market and get a more consistent annual payment.
The Lee County Health Department is giving away home COVID-19 tests, condoms, radon tests and other freebies from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Steward city park shelter, and from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday at the Dixon Riverfront pavilion.
Whiteside, Lee and Ogle counties are designated at medium risk for COVID-19 spread.
The Lee County Health Department is giving away home COVID-19 tests, condoms, radon tests and other freebies from 2 to 3 p.m. Friday in front of Fresh Mart, 121 N. Elm St.
Sauk Valley Voices of Recovery withdrew its petition to have 403 E. Fellows St. designated a “lodging house”. Instead, Legacy House Dixon is open with fewer than half the residents organizers had hoped for, while the city researches a more appropriate zoning designation.
Property transfers for Whiteside, Lee and Ogle County April 22-29
Looking for community feedback, the county is launching a survey on wind, solar and battery storage projects that will run from Sunday to May 21.
The treasurer is required by law to publish newspaper ads in all 102 Illinois counties every six months and to send letters to residents who have newly reported unclaimed property of $100 or more.
The donation was approved in a split vote, and it will come from the city's COVID-19 relief fund.
The funding may not stretch as far as prior years because of increased costs for construction materials, Public Works Director Matt Heckman said.