Do you prefer getting your news in small bites or in a full package? Are you someone who checks social media or is print your thing?
The COVID-19 pandemic put an end to Choices, the Homewood-Flossmoor Park District’s program guide that was mailed to every household in its service area. Now the question is whether or not to revive the 15,000 quarterly copies of the Choices brochure that has a yearly price tag of $30,000 plus $12,000 for postage.
Since March 2020, the park district has been without a . . .
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