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Maple Park

MP accepts $100,000 state grant

Maple Park—The village of Maple Park on Tuesday approved an agreement with the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity to accept $100,000 in grant funding for a storm water management project. Keep Reading

Featured/Maple Park

A night of fun, food and raffles

Rich Ferdinand of Maple Park holds one of the many pork loins that gets raffled off each year at the Maple Park Family Fund raffle.This year’s raffle will take place from 4 to 10 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 4, at the Maple Park Pub and Grill in downtown Maple Park. Keep Reading

Clock continues to tick

Kaneland reviews Intergovernmental Agreement as Jan. 1expiration approaches KANELAND—The Kaneland School Board on Tuesday reviewed its current Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA), which allows Kaneland to collect consistent land cash payments, capital-impact and transition fees from the nine municipalities within the School District. Keep Reading

Maple Park

Expand or expire?

Maple Park ponders wastewater plant expansion project Maple Park—Maple Park has a situation: to find money to expand its wastewater treatment facilities or let the expansion permit expire. Keep Reading

Maple Park

Spend money to get money?

3-2 vote for allocation, loan of bond proceeds MAPLEPARK—With $16.8 million in Recovery Zone Economic Development bonds to be issued for economic development projects to Kane County, Maple Park is eager to obtain funds to pay for its water main replacement project. Keep Reading

Maple Park

Kops & kids in MP

Maple Park Police Chief Mike Acosta hands out bags of popcorn during the Halloween edition of Kops and Kids event at the Maple Park Civic Center Monday. Keep Reading

Kaneland/Maple Park

MP mulls intergovernmental agreement

Discussion with Kaneland focused on handling growth MAPLE PARK—A lot has changed in the six years since Kaneland School District and the municipalities in the district signed their first intergovernmental agreement (IGA). In 2004, growth was omnipresent; today, well, not so much. Keep Reading

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