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2012-2013 Naperville Park District Board President Kirsten Young
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Naperville Park District Board elects officers for 2012-2013

The Naperville Park District Board of Park Commissioners conducted annual officer elections at their regular meeting on Thursday, June 14. Commissioner Kirsten Young was elected … Read more ›

Voting Dist map

Proposed voting districts ‘accepted so far’

Naperville has only received two suggested changes to its proposed map of voting districts following five public forums. City officials also have heard from residents … Read more ›

City may fast-track Central Park restrooms

Central Park may be getting long-awaited permanent restrooms earlier than planned. Naperville planners told the City Council Tuesday they have been looking for creative ways … Read more ›

Roughly 30 members of Move to Amend gathered in Naperville City Council chambers Tuesday night to object to a Supreme Court ruling that lifted federal restrictions on what corporations can spend to influence elections. (Melissa Jenco/Tribune)

Group pushes to limit corporate influence on elections

Area residents seeking to limit corporate spending on elections turned to the Naperville City Council for support Tuesday night, but got little backing on their … Read more › 2 comments

City planners: Downtown shuttle not ‘fiscally reasonable’

Every few years, Naperville test drives the idea of implementing a shuttle to help people get to and from its downtown. But when city planners … Read more › 1 comment

LTA Ideas Exchange Event
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Local planning across metropolitan Chicago gets a boost from Ideas Exchange event, grants, and community-based projects

Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP) and The Chicago Community Trust team up to support communities' efforts to help implement the GO TO 2040 comprehensive … Read more ›

Bluebells in the picnic grove at Knoch Knolls Park in Naperville.
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Park District to host June 6 community open house on improvements to Knoch Knolls

The Naperville Park District invites the public to view and comment on preliminary plans for a future nature center and related improvements at Knoch Knolls, … Read more ›

Councilman seeks tougher maintenance rules for foreclosures

A city councilman is aiming to keep foreclosed properties around Naperville from becoming an eyesore. Councilman Steve Chirico has proposed the city crack down on … Read more ›

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Green Naperville’s (Code of Ethics)

Our city council apparently has never heard of recusing themselves when it comes to programs or policies which directly or indirectly enrich them. Currently we … Read more ›

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Route 59 Traffic Safety Initiative Taking Place

On Wednesday, May 9, 2012, The Naperville Police Department, along with numerous police agencies, will be conducting a directed traffic safety initiative along the Route … Read more ›