Maple Park—After interviewing candidates, the Maple Park Village Board on Tuesday decided who will fill the two seats left open on the board.April 23rd, 2011 | Elburn Herald | Comments Off | Continued
Village works to fill remaining vacancies on Village Board, Planning Commission
MAPLE PARK—The village of Maple Park is one step closer to filling the two open seats on its Village Board, but still has one open seat needing to be filled on the Planning Commission.
Waubonsee Community College Vice President of Quality and Strategic Development Dr. Karen Stewart, of Maple Park, has been chosen to serve on the steering committee of Workforce Data Partners, a new group of practitioners and policymakers in education, workforce development and economic development.February 26th, 2011 | Elburn Herald | Comments Off | Continued
MAPLE PARK—Do you know someone who could benefit from a social skills group? Blazing Prairie Stars, a therapy barn in Maple Park, is offering a Friendship Connection program to give a leg-up to children who struggle in their relationships with others. There are currently openings for new children.February 2nd, 2011 | Elburn Herald | Comments Off | Continued
Trustee says planning today will pay off when economy does recover
Maple Park—The village of Maple Park started many projects during 2010, and officials plan to not only continue those this year, but start new ones as well, in preparation for a hoped-for economic recovery.
Rich Ferdinand of Maple Park holds one of the many pork loins that gets raffled off each year at the Maple Park Family Fund raffle.This year’s raffle will take place from 4 to 10 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 4, at the Maple Park Pub and Grill in downtown Maple Park.December 2nd, 2010 | Elburn Herald | Comments Off | Continued
Kaneland reviews Intergovernmental Agreement as Jan. 1expiration approaches
KANELAND—The Kaneland School Board on Tuesday reviewed its current Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA), which allows Kaneland to collect consistent land cash payments, capital-impact and transition fees from the nine municipalities within the School District.
Sugar Groveâ€”Mention the upcoming holiday season to anyone and you’ll likely hear a few groans. After all, the holidays have come to represent long department store lines, ruthless â€œBlack Fridayâ€ crowds and credit cards practically smoldering from overuse.November 22nd, 2010 | Elburn Herald | Comments Off | Continued