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Arlington Heights chamber office flooded, closed

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  • Video: AH Chamber floods

  • Employees of the Arlington Heights Chamber of Commerce go about their work Monday, around the water-soaked boxes of materials. The office got about 4 inches of water over the weekend -- the second time their office has been flooded.

       Employees of the Arlington Heights Chamber of Commerce go about their work Monday, around the water-soaked boxes of materials. The office got about 4 inches of water over the weekend -- the second time their office has been flooded.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Jon Ridler, executive director of the Arlington Heights chamber, holds a water-soaked yard stick that clearly indicates how high the water came up.

       Jon Ridler, executive director of the Arlington Heights chamber, holds a water-soaked yard stick that clearly indicates how high the water came up.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

 
Daily Herald report

The Arlington Heights Chamber of Commerce office is closed "until further notice, due to flooding," according to an email sent Monday morning.

The office is at 311 S. Arlington Heights Road, Suite 20.

Chamber officials wrote that they will answer emails while the office is closed, and that they hope to be back in business within 24-48 hours.

Meanwhile, to reach chamber Executive Director Jon Ridler, Business Development Director Jim Platt or Program and Marketing Manager Kristin Brown, email them at jridler@arlingtonhcc.com, jplatt@arlingtonhcc.com or kristin@arlingtonhcc.com.

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