Through direct collaboration between the city of Highland Park’s government and its public schools, Mayor Nancy Rotering named 16 Highland Park high school students Monday to serve as official representatives of city boards and commissions.
Accomplishing the highest credit rating possible, the city of Highland Park will save approximately $1.18 million over the lifespan of its 2016 bonds thanks to its assessment by Moody’s Investors Service, the leading bond credit specialist.
From natural resources to the police and fire departments, 16 outgoing City Council commissioners were honored recently in Highland Park by Mayor Nancy Rotering for their dedicated volunteer service to the city’s various boards and commissions.
Deerfield residents and businesses are invited to choose one of two open houses on Jan. 20 to better understand how Deerfield Road reconstruction will impact day-to-day operations along the busy stretch running through Highland Park.
Lake County Housing and Community Development Commission is slated to meet at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday in the 10th floor Assembly Room at the county Courthouse and Administrative Complex, 18 N. County St., in Waukegan.
Highland Park Mayor Nancy Rotering and the City Council presented several legal professionals with a key to the city Monday for their role in ensuring the protection of an ordinance banning assault weapons.
Lake County assistant state's attorney Rod Drobinski (R), who is challenging incumbent Sam Yingling (D) in the 62nd District race for state representative, recently declared his support for House Bill 4356, the "Rahm Recall" legislation.
Community Relations Commission Awards will be announced during the Deerfield Village Community Relations Commission meeting scheduled for 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Bernard Forrest Deerfield Village Hall, 850 Waukegan Road.