Posts Tagged “residents”

New Cook County Renter Rights & Protection laws take effect June 1

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New Cook County Renter Rights & Protection laws take effect June 1

New Cook County Renter Rights & Protection laws take effect June 1 Ordinance extends protections to more than 200,000 renters On June 1, 2021, all provisions of the Cook County Residential Landlord Tenant Ordinance (RTLO) will go into effect. The ordinance extends housing protections to renters and landlords in more than 245,000 suburban households.  “Substandard…

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‘Working for You’: Orland Township hosts third, largest, COVID-19 vaccination event for residents

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‘Working for You’: Orland Township hosts third, largest, COVID-19 vaccination event for residents

‘Working for You’: Orland Township hosts third, largest, COVID-19 vaccination event for residents Monday, April 12 Event at Georgios Banquets Open to Township. Residents in Phase 1B and with Underlying Medical Conditions or Otherwise Eligible Under Phase 1C Building on the success of Orland Township’s two recent vaccination events for local seniors, Supervisor Paul O’Grady announced…

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US Government Coronavirus Resources for Illinois

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US Government Coronavirus Resources for Illinois

US Government Coronavirus Resources for Illinois Illinois State and Local Partners, Thank you for your continued efforts in the whole-of-America approach to respond to and mitigate the impact of COVID-19 (coronavirus) for the benefit of the people of Illinois. As you know, our citizens are best served when response is locally executed, State managed and…

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Lilly, Harmon host district forum on budget and state legislation

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Lilly, Harmon host district forum on budget and state legislation

Lilly, Harmon host district forum on budget and state legislation State Rep. Camille Y. Lilly, D-Chicago, partnered with state Sen. Don Harmon, D-Oak Park, to discuss the balanced budget signed into law earlier this month and new bills passed during the spring legislative session at their end of session town hall last week. “This was…

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