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As of Oct. 13, OSD 308 had 196 job vacancies across 18 departments listed on its Applitrack job application website. As of Oct. 19, the district has 201 open positions in 19 departments listed on the same website.
"This race route is unlike many others in the area, and participants get the chance to run the full length of Montgomery along the river from the border of Aurora into Oswego and back,” Village President Matt Brolley said.
The study examined and provided estimated costs to the village for developing a regional water treatment plant with neighboring Oswego and Yorkville which would draw water from the Fox River, connecting the village’s water system to the city of Aurora’s, and obtaining Lake Michigan water through either the DuPage Water Commission or the newly forming Joliet Area Water Commission.
Information about OSD 308′s program was announced in a letter sent to families Oct. 13. The program is “available to all students at no charge,” according to the letter, and is optional, requiring parent consent prior to participation.
The $250 incentives will be available until Feb. 1, 2022.
“We need these positions filled in schools so that we are not overworking the current staff, ”Oswego School District 308 Superintendent John Sparlin told the Board of Education Tuesday evening.
According to data provided by OSD 308, only one case of COVID-19 was recorded among district staff during the week of Oct. 4 - 10. The case was recorded at the high school level. Two staff members are in exclusion, one at the elementary level and one at the high school level.
Peter Iosue of Teska and Associates of Plainfield told the board the plant would qualify for the TIF district designation under, classified either as a conservation area or as a blighted area.
“The most significant text change to this update is increasing the permitted fence height to 6 ft. in residential districts not bound otherwise by an annexation agreement or homeowner association,” said Director of Community Development Sonya Abt.
“This event is what this job is about, safety and community engagement; it helps to have some fun while doing just that,” says Commander Liz Palko, lead organizer of the event.