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State senators joined the House in passing a bill that would reimburse human trafficking victims for the removal of tattoos, or 'brands,' which offenders put on them to show 'ownership.'
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Memorial Day parades and ceremonies will be taking place in Niles, Morton Grove, Park Ridge, Skokie and elsewhere.
Danette O'Donovan Matyas serves on the Niles Library board, and was recently elected to the Niles village board. She plans to serve on both, at least for the time being, saying she will wait to learn more about what her village duties will be.
Want to apply for the East Maine Elementary School District 63 board? One seat is open, as John Jekot, who was elected a Village of Niles trustee, is required to step down from the school board.
The bill, sponsored by Senate Minority Leader Christine Radogno (R-Lemont), would prohibit all teens 17 and younger from using UV tanning beds.
But the person won't be drenched in income, Niles trustees learned when they met Monday to decide on pay and terms for the new liquor commissioner they must hire because Mayor Przybylo is barred from the role. Here's why.
The fact new Mayor Przybylo holds a liquor license requires trustees to enforce a new law that says someone else (other than the mayor) must hold the title of liquor commissioner. Some want to be thorough in approaching this.
Passed by a 35-21 vote, the bill now goes to the desk of Gov. Pat Quinn, who has not yet said whether he intends to sign it.
The Cook County Assessor's Office provided information at Maine Township Wednesday for homeowners to appeal their property tax assessments; also, here are phone numbers to call re: financial assistance.
Mayor Andrew Przybylo and Trustees Matyas, Jekot and Alpogianis were sworn in Tuesday.
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