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13

Feb

2020

Will County candidates talk infrastructure, development at forum

Author: Editor

Will County voters and candidates discussed infrastructure and economic development at length during a forum in Joliet on Tuesday.

 

The Joliet Leadership Coalition hosted the forum with candidates for Will County executive and Will County Board Districts 8 and 10.

 

Democrats Jennifer Bertino-Tarrant and Nick Palmer, and Republican Nick Ficarello are running to be the next county executive. Will County Board members Denise Winfrey and Herbert Brooks Jr., both Democrats, are running for reelection in District 8. Democrats Natalie Coleman, of Plainfield, and incumbent Tyler Marcum, of Joliet, are running in District 10.

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11

Feb

2020

Candidates Wanted: Plainfield Chamber of Commerce Business & Jobs Expo on Saturday, February 15th

Plainfield Chamber of Commerce Business & Jobs Expo on Saturday, February 15th 

CANDIDATES WANTED!!  

The Plainfield Democrats are sponsoring a booth at the Expo, which will be held at Plainfield Central High School Field House (located at 24120 W Fort Beggs Dr, Plainfield, IL 60544) to showcase our Organization and especially our Democratic Candidates!  

Note: attendees, for ease of access, consider parking on the North side of the school. Look for the signs to the entrance. 

The Expo is open to the public from 10 am until 1 pm.  

Note: The booth will be available to all Democratic Candidates starting around 8:00 am, during setup.

Candidates please provide campaign signs! A table will be available, as well, to place campaign material as handouts.

There is something new at the Expo this year: At 11:30 am, there will be a Candidate Corner. 

If a Candidate is not at the event or does not have a representative, a campaign may not be showcased. 

Candidates will have a place to leave their coats and mingle with potential voters and local business leaders. 

Volunteers are also needed to set up (between 7:30 & 8:00 am), tear down (starting around 1:00 pm) and to operate the booth during the Expo.  

Please contact Kevin Clancy at 815.258.9976 or kevinc53@comcast.net, if you have any questions and especially if your Campaign is planning to attend and, of course, if you wish to volunteer. 

The Plainfield Area Chamber of Commerce Expo related website is http://www.plainfieldexpo.com/ 

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24

Jan

2020

Will County grants aim to benefit environment

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The Will County Resource Recovery and Energy Division is offering two grant programs as a way to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day and encourage environmentally-friendly actions.

Municipalities, park districts, libraries and other taxing bodies are able to apply for a grant for up to $3,500 to install level 2 electronic vehicle charging stations to encourage residents to use electric vehicles according to a news release. There are also grants for $250 for level 1 charging stations available.

Educational and park district entities can also apply for a program for reimbursement of up to $500 on the installation or switch out of water fountains to refill stations. There are 20 grants available. They are meant to encourage residents to use durable, refillable bottles and reduce water waste.

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23

Jan

2020

Campaign continues to raise awareness of 2020 Census in Joliet, Crest Hill

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Local efforts to raise awareness about the 2020 U.S. Census are in full swing as groups work to educate the public on the importance of getting counted.

Community organizations and government officials have focused on informing residents about the census, especially in undercounted areas.

Data from the 2010 U.S. Census showed parts of Crest Hill and Joliet, specifically the near west side by the Des Plaines River and in and around the downtown area, qualified as “hard-to-count.” That means 73%, or fewer, of residents in those areas responded to the census that year, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.

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15

Jan

2020

Will County area candidates earn endorsement from abortion rights PAC

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A political action committee focused on advocating for abortion rights in Illinois announced a long list of endorsements in state and local races, including for several Will County area races.

Personal PAC's Board of Directors released its list of endorsed candidates ahead of the Illinois primary election yesterday.

The group said they're working to elect candidates who will keep Illinois a "safe haven for choice in the Midwest." All endorsed candidates were Democrats.

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