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The Illinois Department of Transportation has informed the Village of Deerfield that they will perform roadway rehabilitation work on Waukegan Road (IL RTE43 ) at two locations. The scope of work will consist of spot curb repairs, installation of ADA compliant cross walks, small drainage structure repairs and roadway patching and resurfacing from the McDonald's entrance, 200 feet north of Lake Cook Road, heading north to Ostemran/Longfellow. The project limits continue on Waukegan Road at North Avenue moving north to Route 22 in Bannokburn.
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Candidate petition packets for the April 7, 2015, elections are available at Village Hall, 850 Waukegan Road, during regular business hours, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Please note to the first day to circulate petitions is Tuesday, September 23.
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Deerfield teens, are you looking to help the community and make a little money? Deerfield residents, do you or someone you know need help from time to time shoveling snow, mowing the lawn or raking leaves? Let the Village help connect you. Deerfield’s new TeenConnect program aims to connect Deerfield teens who are available to do outside yard work, including snow shoveling, with Deerfield residents who need the service.
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Yard waste is collected once per week from April 1st through December 15th.
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Residents and businesses in the North Shore Electricity Aggregation Consortium are expected to save more than 12% over ComEd's rate into mid-2015.
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As of January 1, 2012, the Illinois Electronic Products Recycling and Reuse Act banned certain electronic devices from landfills. Electronic items such as televisions, monitors, computers and printers are some of the most common items that will no longer be allowed in the regular trash.
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Inflow and infiltration, more commonly known as I/I, is caused by storm (rain) water entering the sanitary (waste) water sewer system. This can be the result of defects within the public sanitary sewer system as well as connections of private sources from residential homes. The Village is working to eliminate sources of I/I and looking for residents to do their part to help reduce sewer backups and save money.
 
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