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Daniel White/dwhite@dailyherald.com The “Curious George Goes Downtown” bench at Main Street and Jackson Avenue is one of 15 temporary benches installed by the Downtown Naperville Alliance and Naperville public works department.
The Soapbox: Book benches in Naperville, an expensive beer in Wheeling, a coach steps down in Mundelein and more.
Book benches in Naperville, an expensive beer in Wheeling, a coach steps down in Mundelein and more. Daily Herald editors offer brief thoughts on suburban topics in the news.
A rendering shows a proposed two-story, 16-unit supportive housing development in Arlington Heights for people with disabilities.
Making a statement on supportive housing
Courtesy of Mount Prospect This map shows the boundaries of the downtown tax increment financing district approved Jan. 17 by the Mount Prospect Village Board in an attempt to spur more development in the area.
Editorial: Village, Dist. 214 must find compromise on TIF
                                                                                                                                                                                                   
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