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General Discussion / Re: Post Storm of 30 June 2014 Flooding
« Last post by menace2society on September 09, 2014, 09:56:26 AM »
let's all go hear them say nothing to help us....
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General Discussion / Re: Post Storm of 30 June 2014 Flooding
« Last post by frankvdv on September 08, 2014, 04:03:14 PM »
Town Hall Meeting

Topic; Neighborhood Flooding

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For just $50.00, you will be supporting continued progress toward listing the Heart of Berwyn Historic Neighborhood on the National Register of Historic Places. Since last year’s fundraiser, the City of Berwyn has secured funding through a matching grant from the Illinois Preservation Agency (IHPA) with 70% reimbursement and 30% local match provided by CoHo. In addition, the city has selected a consultant to prepare the application. The initial draft is scheduled for submission to the IHPA March 2015.

At this event, CoHo will honor Beverly and Trent Weable with the "CoHo Award" for their outstanding commitment to Berwyn's historic housing stock. An integral part of the Berwyn Bungalow Preservation Initiative team, Beverly and Trent surveyed Berwyn’s bungalow neighborhoods and conducted initial research that led to the development of a simplified process to nominate homes for local landmark designation. Their hard work provided the building blocks for the Heart of Berwyn Historic Neighborhood Campaign.

When: Thursday, October 16, 2014 from 6 pm. to 9 pm
Where: Fitzgerald's Side Bar, 6615 Roosevelt Road, Berwyn, IL
What: A great evening of quality entertainment that includes open bar with wine and Fitzgerald's excellent beer selection, food from Tamale Hut Café, live entertainment by Lady T Jazz Quintet and raffle drawings.

How:You can purchase tickets online at www.HomeSweetBungalowCoHo2014.eventbrite.com



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Education and Schools / Scholastic Book Club Orders
« Last post by JC on September 08, 2014, 01:53:01 PM »
 Remember the fun of ordering from the Scholastic Book Club as a child and the excitement on the day when the books arrived! The CORE Learning Center is now offering you that opportunity. We currently have all order forms (K-6+) available. If your child already takes part at his/her school, we have selections outside their grade level that can offer enrichment or can be used to purchase gifts for family and friends. The Scholastic Book Club offers the best titles at discount prices. Stop by the CORE Learning Center during our regular business hours to pick up a form or to place an order. Call 708-317-5292 if you would like more information.

Last day to order for Back to School/September flyers is Monday, September 15th.

Monday through Thursday  11am to 7pm
Saturdays                         10am to 2pm
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Current Events / WSMOMS fall 2014 Kids Resale 9/20
« Last post by WSMOMS on September 07, 2014, 11:01:38 PM »
9/20: West Suburban Mothers of Multiples Annual Kids Resale (Oak Park Arms)
Come and shop the West Suburban Mothers of Multiples Annual Kids Resale. We have gently worn baby, kids and maternity clothing, baby equipment, toys, games and tons of "kids" stuff. The resale will be held on September 20th from 9am-12:30pm at the Oak Park Arms, 408 S Madison St, Oak Park, IL.

$1.00 Admission*
Admission Numbers Distributed at 8am
½ Price Sale Begins at 11:45am
*Admission fee waived with shoe donation to Soles 4 Soles

CASH, Credit Cards(additional fee) and CHECKS ACCEPTED
NO STROLLERS ALLOWED ON THE SALES FLOOR
PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN BAGS OR BASKETS
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Current Events / Re: Costco Outlots
« Last post by familymgrkendra on August 31, 2014, 08:44:18 AM »
Yep, one is red robin for sure; the other building , I heard, is to be 4 separate establishments, one of which will be a Starbucks coffee shop

I actually called North Riverside Village Hall a few days ago. The building south of Red Robin will have a Tire Shop and a AAA location. The Tire Shop is going to be working along with Costco for installations of Tires. North Riverside told me they have no plans to lure Starbucks to North Riverside.

The Starbucks is actually coming to Berwyn, not in that strip of buildings by Red Robin. The city of Berwyn has purchased the buildings on Cermak beginning with the Eye Dr. office over to Fifth Third Bank(maybe more). My sister and cousin work for the Eye Dr., who is having a new office built at 44th & Harlem, and the city has confirmed to them that once they vacate the office in Berwyn, a Starbucks is going in that location. (NEW building). So look for a Starbucks near Cermak and Maple sometime by Spring.
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Bars, Clubs, and Restaurants / Re: Big Hurt Brewhouse
« Last post by niuhuskie on August 28, 2014, 05:19:04 PM »
http://www.chicagotribune.com/suburbs/oak-park-river-forest-forest-park/ct-frank-thomas-brewery-talk-0829-20140828-story.html

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The restaurant will be a "brewhouse" in name only. Thomas' line of beers is brewed elsewhere in the Chicago area.

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General Discussion / Re: Disposal of Personal Medical Waste
« Last post by frankvdv on August 28, 2014, 04:10:43 PM »
Thank for the links....

I've already email my Alderperson and the City Pub Works dir.
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General Discussion / Re: Disposal of Personal Medical Waste
« Last post by watcher on August 28, 2014, 08:05:56 AM »
Medical Waste at Home? Doesn't matter in Illinois... who knew?

"Potentially Infected Medical Waste does NOT include medical waste generated in a household. If a person chooses to place this medical waste in with their trash, the following guidelines help protect the trash haulers, landfill workers, and others who may come in contact with the waste. First, the medical waste should be placed in a sturdy container such as a sharps container from the pharmacy, a laundry detergent bottle, or a soda bottle. When the container is full, the lid should be put on the container and taped in place. The container should then be marked "Do Not Recycle" and then placed in the regular trash." http://www.epa.state.il.us/land/waste-mgmt/potentially-infectious-medical-waste.html

There are some places west and north...
http://swancc.org/index.php/programs/pharmaceuticalsharps-disposal

Sheriff Dart's unadvertised program:
http://www.cookcountysheriff.org/JDCP/JDCP_PrescriptionDrugTakeBackProgram.html
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General Discussion / Re: Disposal of Personal Medical Waste
« Last post by pkd50 on August 28, 2014, 07:24:02 AM »
LaGrange Police Dept.  has one, so maybe Berwyn does also. 
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