Flossmoor voters said they want to see the village’s downtown flooding issues and street repairs addressed, and they are willing to put forth the tax dollars necessary to see it done.
Residents cast 3,152 votes (or 80.33% of total ballots cast) in favor of a referendum that allows the Village to sell $10 million in general obligation bonds to address flooding near the Flossmoor Road viaduct and repair roads with whatever funds remain, according to unofficial results from the Cook County Clerk’s Office, with 8 of 9 precincts reporting. Only 772 voters (or 19.67 . . .
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