From Journal & Topics*** Community Works To Get Water Flowing At Blackhawk Estates Water flow has almost totally returned to Blackhawk Estates mobile home park in unincorporated Des Plaines following park-wide water access issues caused by sub-zero temperatures. Last week, residents went to local lawmakers for help following days without water or seeing sediment-filled water
From the Daily Herald*** Cook County assessor website offers more tax information “Cook County Commissioner Kevin Morrison and Cook County Assessor Fritz Kaegi have jointly announced changes to the assessor’s website, www.cookcountyassessor.com, which will make it easier for taxpayers to access neighborhood-level data about comparable properties in their area. These changes will make it easier to review
**From the Windy City Times** Trans military item to be heard Feb. 19 2019-02-09 A public hearing involving a resolution about President Trump’s anti-transgender military ban is slated to go before the Cook County Commissioners on Tuesday, Feb. 19, at 1:30 p.m. at 118 N. Clark St. Recently elected—and openly gay—Cook County Commissioner Kevin Morrison
FIA celebrates Indian Republic Day & 10th anniversary The Federation of Indian Associations of Chicago hosted a grand celebration of Indian Republic Day on January 26 at Waterford Banquet in Elmhurst, a south side suburb of Chicago, bringing gratitude and cheer on this somber occasion. It was also a great kickoff event for the 10th
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 6th , 2019 Ted Mason, Chief of Staff, Commissioner Kevin B. Morrison 312-590-3443 firstname.lastname@example.org Scott Smith, Chief Communications Officer, Cook County Assessor’s Office 312-603-7322 email@example.com JOINT EFFORT BY COOK COUNTY OFFICIALS BRINGS CLARITY TO ONLINE ASSESSMENT DATA Commissioner Kevin Morrison and Assessor Fritz Kaegi announce website changes prior to re-assessment of
Hundreds of people at a mobile home park near Des Plaines, an unincorporated part of Cook County, said they haven’t had water for a week. The area is dealing with a water crisis, due in part, to last week’s polar vortex. The area gets water from a well, which froze during the recent cold snap.
On the heels of Cook County raising age to purchase tobacco to 21, Springfield legislators are looking to also pass a similar law statewide. We congratulate fellow Cook County Commissioners Scott Britton and Larry Suffredin on sponsoring this important legislation. Please check out more on this in the Journal & Topics article.
Due to the extreme weather the following entities have adjusted hours and operations. Check websites for more information before heading out. Pace — All ADA Paratransit Subscription Trips for Tues., Jan. 29 through Thurs., Jan. 31 have been canceled. Please be advised that the National Weather Service has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook, a Winter Weather
The formation of a Committee on Addressing Bias, Equity, and Cultural Competency has been covered by a local LGBTQ publication, Windy City Times. http://www.windycitymediagroup.com/lgbt/Morrison-announces-bias-committee-ordinance/65277.html Read our press release HERE.
***WARMING CENTERS*** Frigid temperatures are expected over the next several days. Please bundle up if you are going outside as frostbite can occur on exposed skin in as little as 10-15 minutes. Don’t leave pets outside in the cold. Please check on elderly or disabled neighbors. If needed, you may utilize one of the warming