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Coping with COVID: Mary Cantway shows the way

Flossmoor residents could see more than $5 million in street rehabilitation across the village in 2022, but trustees also are taking a broader look at how to approach road work.

John Brunke, the village’s public works director, presented a plan to the board on Monday, Dec. 6, that would see Flossmoor rehabilitate approximately 9.1 miles of streets, or 21.7% of roads under its jurisdiction. That work, presented for discussion only, would be covered by $5.15 million in proceeds from a bond sale approved in April.

But Trustee Rosalind Mustafa questioned where that would leave the village . . .

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Fall events

Saturday, Sept. 24

  • Homewood Fall Fest and Chili Cook-off, noon to 9 p.m. Chili tasting is open to the public for a donation from 3 to 5 p.m. Three live music performances, plus horse-drawn wagon rides, a pumpkin patch, crafts and other activities.

Saturday, Oct. 15

  • Dia de los Muertos in downtown Homewood. Details to follow.

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