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District 3 Coucilman Doug Myslinski to host District Advisory Meeting - August 4th at 7 p.m.
The meeting will be held at the newly renovated Village Hall at 200 E. Wood Street. Councilman Myslinski will be joined by Senator Matt Murphy, Mayor Schwantz and Village staff. The meeting will cover an update on development activity, infrastructure projects, a look at our financial performance and a discussion of State of Illinois budgets. The evening will conclude with a tour of the renovated Village Hall.
All residents are welcome to attend.
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Electronics Recycling Event
Saturday, August 6, 2016 from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
On Saturday, August 6th, the Village of Palatine and the Palatine Park District will host an electronics recycling event at the Palatine Village Hall, located at 200 E Wood Street, from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM. The event is sponsored by the Solid Waste Agency of Northern Cook County (SWANCC). Residents from Palatine and other SWANCC communities are eligible to participate. However, materials will not be accepted from non-SWANCC residents, businesses, schools, institutions, and IDs will be checked for verification of residency. Vehicles will enter the event at the southeast parking lot of the Village Hall along 200 E. Wood St..
Accepted Electronics at SWANCC-Sponsored Events: Answering Machines, Cable Receiver, Calculators, Camcorders, Cameras, CD and DVD players (no disks), Cell Phones, Computer Cables, Computer monitors, Computers (Desktop, Notebook, Tablet), Converter Boxes, Copy Machines, Fax Machines, Microwaves, Mice, Keyboards, MP3 Players, Portable Digital Assistants (PDAs), Postage Machines, Power Tools and Cords, Printers (Multi-function Printers), Satellite Receiver, Scanners, Shredders, Small Home Appliances (Toasters, Blenders, etc.), Stereo Equipment (no wood), Landline Telephones, Televisions, Typewriters, Video Game Consoles, Video Recorders/Players (no VHS tapes) and Zip Drives.
For further event information select here for press release.
Residents Can Now Report Concerns Regarding O'Hare Runway Noise
The O’Hare Noise Compatibility Commission (ONCC) recently implemented a Fly Quiet Runway Rotation Plan, which will test out a weekly runway rotation program during overnight hours in an attempt to achieve a more balanced distribution of jet noise exposure for Chicago and other highly impacted communities that surround O’Hare. This plan was implemented despite strong opposition by the Village of Palatine as well as Arlington Heights, Des Plaines, Rolling Meadows, and Hoffman Estates.
The ONCC has established a system for tracking concerns and other feedback related to the Fly Quiet Plan which can be accessed through the following link:
Additionally, residents can still file a complaint through the ONCC by clicking here