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Justice to consider permit for marijuana clinic - Desplaines Valley News
The Justice Zoning Board of Appeals will hold a meeting next week to consider a special-use permit to allow a marijuana dispensing clinic to open in a strip mall in the village, said Trustee Rich Sparr at Monday's village board meeting. The Windy City ...
State pulls plug on Bedford Park park project - Desplaines Valley News
The Illinois Department of Natural Resources has notified park districts across the state, including the Bedford Park Park District, that it was suspending millions of dollars in grants for park projects approved by the Quinn administration. For Bedford ...
Industrial tech makes its case to Argo school board - Desplaines Valley News
At this month's Argo school board meeting, it was time for Mike Cognetti, head of the industrial tech, business, family and consumer science department to let board members know what the department is about. The department's business section includes ...
Action Party loses appeal to get on ballot - Desplaines Valley News
A Cook County Circuit Court judge on Tuesday upheld last month's decision to remove the four candidates of the Action Party in Summit from the April 7 municipal ballot. Action Party spokesmen earlier had said they would go ahead with a write-in campaign if ...
Justice trustees balance 2015 budget, blast Rauner cuts - Desplaines Valley News
It took some finagling, but Justice trustees managed to eliminate a projected $250,000 deficit from the proposed 2015 budget. “The budget for 2015 had a $250,000 deficit,” Trustee Ed Rusch said. "We had a long wish list, which obviously wasn't feasible.