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Flossmoor is joining a national movement to help the monarch butterfly population, which has been declining over the past 20 years.

The Village Board voted 5-0 Monday, Nov. 16, to endorse the Mayor’s Monarch Pledge, an initiative from the National Wildlife Federation and recommended by Flossmoor’s Green Commission. Trustee James Mitros was absent.

Monarch butterflies. (Stock photo)

The initiative is leveraging the power of elected leaders to promote the restoration of monarch habitats in their communities, according to a report from Assistant Village Manager Allison Matson. The pledge sets forth . . .

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