Posts Tagged “Town of CIcero”

Cicero lawsuit accuses BNSF of altering property to force water runoff into neighborhoods

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Cicero lawsuit accuses BNSF of altering property to force water runoff into neighborhoods

Cicero lawsuit accuses BNSF of altering property to force water runoff into neighborhoods The Town of Cicero this week filed a lawsuit against the BNSF Railway Company alleging that the company intentionally elevated its land surface by several feet and covered the soft ground with pavement to force the run-off of rainwater from its property…

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Cicero firefighter released from hospital care in good health

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Cicero firefighter released from hospital care in good health

Cicero firefighter released from hospital care in good health A Cicero firefighter who was hospitalized after inhaling heated smoke while fighting a fire in the Town of Cicero Saturday was released from the hospital on Monday in good health, Cicero officlas said. Ted Polashek was ventilating a roof when he collapsed and was rushed to…

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Fire hydrants had to be dug out by firefighters while fighting apartment blaze

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Fire hydrants had to be dug out by firefighters while fighting apartment blaze

Fire hydrants had to be dug out by firefighters while fighting apartment blaze Firefighters in the Town of Cicero had to dig out fire hydrants to access water while fighting a fire that destroyed two apartments in a two-story, 12-unit apartment building on Wednesday morning. Fire Chief Dominck Buscemi said that fortunately there were no…

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Study shows Cicero has lowest tax increases in Chicagoland

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Study shows Cicero has lowest tax increases in Chicagoland

Study shows Cicero has lowest tax increases in Chicagoland A recent study released by Cook County Treasurer Maria Pappas shows that the Town of Cicero had the lowest tax increases of more than 35 suburban Chicagoland communities during the past 20 years. The Pappas study shows the average increase is 95.4 percent with many communities…

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President Dominick announces Amazon to open two fulfillment centers in Cicero

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President Dominick announces Amazon to open two fulfillment centers in Cicero

President Dominick announces Amazon to open two fulfillment centers in Cicero New warehouse will reduce tax burden on Cicero residents by generating business real estate tax revenues and create hundreds of new job opportunities for Cicero residents The Town of Cicero has been selected as the newest location in the expansion of the mega-retailer Amazon…

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Cicero Police charge suspect in brutal racial attack during Floyd protests

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Cicero Police charge suspect in brutal racial attack during Floyd protests

Cicero Police charge suspect in brutal racial attack during Floyd protests The Cicero Police have concluded a 10 week long investigation into the June 1 attack against an African American driver who was impaled by a metal rod during protests organized following the George Floyd killing. The 25 year old driver from Chicago was in…

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Walgreens chooses to fight Cicero Face Mask order

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Walgreens chooses to fight Cicero Face Mask order

Walgreens chooses to fight Cicero Face Mask order Walgreens, which operates three retail store locations in the Town of Cicero, has decided to fight a Cicero Executive Order requiring essential businesses to require employees and customers to wear face masks. Town President Larry Dominick and the Town of Cicero Board issued the face mask requirement…

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Cicero applauds court decision extending TRO protections to City View residents

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Cicero applauds court decision extending TRO protections to City View residents

Cicero applauds court decision extending TRO protections to City View residents A Cook County Circuit Court Judge granted a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) forcing City View MultiCare Center to adhere to the state’s Executive Order on combatting the coronavirus, and rejected motions by City View, the Illinois Department of Public Health and Gov. Pritzker to…

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Vigil held in Cicero for victims of Feb. 2 fire

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Vigil held in Cicero for victims of Feb. 2 fire

Vigil held in Cicero for victims of Feb. 2 fire Hundreds of friends, neighbors, school children and local officials led a vigil to pay tribute to two victims who died in  a fire in Cicero on February 4, 2020. One of the victims was a five year old kindergarten student who attended Liberty School. Officials…

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“Unnecessary Farce” to bring laughter to Cicero audiences

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“Unnecessary Farce” to bring laughter to Cicero audiences

“Unnecessary Farce” to bring laughter to Cicero audiences The comedy “Unnecessary Farce” is one of the first performances in what will be a revitalized arts schedule at Jedlicka Performing Arts Center at Morton College in Cicero, a comedy about nefarious small-town shenanigans “Unnecessary Farce,” a comedy about nefarious small-town shenanigans, will kick off a new…

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Rep. Welch delivers keynote speech at Cicero MLK commemoration

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Rep. Welch delivers keynote speech at Cicero MLK commemoration

Rep. Welch delivers keynote speech at Cicero MLK commemoration The Town of Cicero hosted a commemoration honoring the legacy and life of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., one of the few Chicagoland suburbs that does more than just see Dr. King as a holiday day-off.  State Rep. Emanuel Chris Welch, of the 7th House…

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Town President Larry Dominick decorates Town hall for Christmas

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Town President Larry Dominick decorates Town hall for Christmas

Town President Larry Dominick decorates Town hall for Christmas By Alejandra Hererra Santa’s elves have been busy working in Cicero. They just finished putting up the many Christmas trees at Town Hall. Today if you drive by or visit us you can admire all the decorated trees, lights, deer and all the many decorations. The…

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