AugustSeptember 2008 Dialogue!
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LAKE FOREST D IALOGUE! AUGUST . SEPTEMBER 2008 M ayor’s Message What a great Foundation, with a goal of raising COMMUNITY SPIRIT summer we have $1 million—which has been reached had in Lake Forest! thanks to the generosity of many The Friends of the Lake Forest Parks caring residents. This endowment & Recreation once again created a will ensure that Lake Forest Day fantastic July 4th celebration—with continues into the foreseeable future. great entertainment and spectacular On August 2, the “Beach Ball Benefit” fireworks, this event only gets better. to help support our American Legion We thank them for their hard work was held at Forest Park Beach. Thanks and generosity. to Debbie Saran and her talented This year’s 100th celebration of Lake team, this was a huge success and a Forest Day was without a doubt the phenomenal demonstration of com- best display of community spirit munity spirit. On Sunday, a tour of possible. In 1908, Lake Forest Day was beautiful private gardens sponsored originated by the Lake Forest Women’s by the Lake Forest Garden Club was Club. Soon after World War I, the enjoyed by many and raised additional American Legion McKinlock Post 264 funds for the Legion. was founded and began organizing To the many residents, dedicated City Lake Forest Day. Since then, many employees and members of McKinlock generations have enjoyed the annual Post 264 who worked so hard to make parade and carnival. these events memorable, we salute you! We held the opening ceremony of I am constantly amazed by the generos- the centennial of Lake Forest Day on ity of this community—both in July 31 at the “Music in the Square” supporting our local causes and the concert, and our Parade Grand volunteering of time and talent to make Marshal Captain James Lovell honored our community stronger. Thank you! us with opening comments. We were able to extend our deep gratitude to the Lake Forest Day Committee Co- Chairmen Jack Preschlack and Art S. Michael Rummel Wood, who brought together com- Mayor munity volunteers and energized the Photos top to bottom: July 4th celebration, planning of the centennial events. This Parade Grand Marshal Captain James Lovell, dynamic team is also responsible for Lake Forest Women’s Club winning float, creation of the Lake Forest Day Veterans’ commemorative flags IN THIS ISSUE ■ Recycling Program Expanded ■ Gypsy Moth Alert ■ Elawa Garden Market Open ■ AT&T Construction ■ Citizens Police Academy ■ Great Upcoming Events C ity Updates POLITICAL ELECTION SIGN REMINDER AT&T CONSTRUCTION TO BEGIN The City extends a friendly reminder regarding the Work will soon be undertaken by AT&T on the display of political election signs for the upcoming installation of utility boxes to provide a new network for election in November: its pay-TV service. Residents currently have the option ■ Political election signs may be displayed beginning of connecting their TV to a satellite service (such as Dish August 29, 2008. Network) or a cable service (Comcast). When construc- ■ One sign is allowed per candidate or issue for each tion is complete, residents will be able to connect to individual property. AT&T’s Internet protocol-based television service for ■ Signs may be displayed on private property but not on on-demand type programming options and hundreds the public right-of-way. In most cases, the public right- of channels from which to choose. of-way extends 33 feet from the center of the street. While The City of Lake Forest does not endorse one ■ Signs may be up to 6 square feet in size and a pay-TV service provider over another, we are required maximum of 4 feet in height from the ground to the to allow AT&T to make this service available because top of the sign. of legislation passed by the Illinois General Assembly ■ Signs should be removed immediately after Election Day. and signed into law by the governor. This legislation gives AT&T the ability to obtain a statewide license Political message signs, as opposed to election signs, are and bypass the need to obtain a local franchise agreement ones that express a non-commercial message regarding an to operate its new video services. issue of political or public concern. This type of sign can be displayed at all times but must be located entirely on City staff has worked closely with AT&T over the past private property and may not be displayed in the required year so that the introduction of this new service will result setback of a homeowner’s property. in as little disruption as possible to our community. Unlike a local franchise agreement, the new state law Thank you for complying with these rules. If you have does not require that AT&T serve all residents in questions, please contact Paul Petersen in the Community communities where it provides service. Development Department at 847.283.8546. Under the statewide license granted to AT&T, the City TOWNLINE communit y PARK does not have the ability to fully enforce customer service WORK PROGRESSING standards, such as shorter appointment windows and Construction is underway at swifter response times. However, the Office of the Illinois this new 35-acre park just west Attorney General will take on those duties. of the railroad tracks on Rt. 60 AT&T has identified approximately 40 locations within to address the long-term need the City limits where new telecommunication utility for a community park in the boxes need to be installed. These will range in size from western portion of Lake Forest. 4 to 6 feet tall. The City’s Engineering, Forestry and Park features being added Community Development Departments have met with include baseball infields, AT&T representatives at each of the future utility box backstops and dugouts, locations to work with them so that the boxes will a walking trail, an asphalt minimally impact the areas where they are placed. All parking lot with bioswale locations will be screened with landscaping, and the environmental feature, a park majority of the boxes will be located in wooded and/or pavilion, and streetscape and pavilion site landscaping. heavily landscaped locations. The City will work closely For additional details, please contact Parks and Recreation with AT&T during the installation phase and monitor Director Mary Van Arsdale at 847.615.4332. their construction crews during the process. If you have any questions or concerns regarding AT&T’s new services, please contact AT&T’s Customer Service at 877.827.5288. page 2 INFLUX OF GYP SY MOTHS MORE REC YCL ABLES ACCEPTED For the past 30 years, the City has worked Good news! The City has expanded its curbside recycling to reduce the gypsy moth population. program in response to resident input from the 2006 Although total eradication is nearly impossible, community survey. In addition to the current items significant action has been taken to reduce the collected, City Sanitation crews now collect cardboard, threat of the gypsy moth. This year, Lake Forest and chipboard (such as cereal and gift boxes), office paper, other North Shore communities have seen population phone books, junk mail and a variety of other fiber- increases, which can be contributed to: based materials. A complete list of acceptable materials ■ The reduction of beneficial bacteria that naturally is online at www.cityoflakeforest.com. Please note that reduce the gypsy moth population when weather only household items may be collected and recycled. conditions are favorable and populations are high; and Due to the processor’s equipment limitations, large items ■ Arrival of the periodic cicadas last year, which provided such as outdoor plastic play sets or children’s pools will an alternate food source for birds and animals that not be taken. would normally have eaten gypsy moth caterpillars. Your collection day has not changed. The City purchased The City has set pheromone traps that attract the male additional recycling bins, and residents may request one free moth to help determine future populations and create a additional bin per household at the Municipal Services base map for possible aerial spraying next spring. This is Building (110 E. Laurel) Monday-Friday between 8:00 a.m. important to assess the number of public and private acres and 4:30 p.m. In preparing your recyclables, we ask that all the City may spray. It will also provide an idea of the sever- glass/plastic/aluminum/tin (co-mingled) items be kept ity of the current gypsy moth infestation in Lake Forest. separate from paper (fiber) materials by using separate recycling bins or placing the co-mingled materials on top of Aerial applications usually occur in early spring with a the fiber materials. Cardboard boxes must be broken down; product called Bacillus thuringiensis var. kurstaki (BTK), and containers must be rinsed clean. If you have questions, a bacterium that is found naturally in the soil. Applied please contact Sanitation Supervisor Lou Decker at by helicopter, two applications occur within the first 847.615.4285 or Superintendent of Public Works Michael and second phase of caterpillar development. Once the Thomas at 847.615.4265. caterpillars reach the third and fourth stages of growth, they are not as vulnerable to BTK. At this point, home- To help fund expansion of the recycling program, the owners are encouraged to check their property for gypsy City was awarded a grant from the Illinois Department moths and help reduce populations either by picking the of Commerce and Economic Opportunity, Bureau of caterpillars off the trees and disposing of them or by Energy and Recycling. contracting a licensed tree company to apply an insecticide, L ABOR DAY COLLECTION if warranted. City Hall and the Municipal Winter detection of gypsy moth caterpillars is another Services Center will be closed on tool the City uses to identify gypsy moths. By scouting Monday, September 1. Police, both public and private properties, the City can fire and paramedic services will continue to be available determine gypsy moth populations based on identifi- 24 hours daily. There will be no refuse, recycling or yard cation of egg masses. These egg masses can normally waste collection on Monday, September 1. The following produce between 500–1,000 caterpillars the following schedule will be in effect for this holiday week: year. Egg masses can be treated with a soybean-based product that, when applied, prevents the caterpillars Monday collection will be on Tuesday from hatching next spring. Residents are also encouraged Tuesday collection will be on Wednesday to remove any egg masses they find to help reduce the Thursday collection will be on Thursday potential of another infestation. Friday collection will be on Friday For further information on gypsy moths or other insects, For further information on refuse collection services, please contact City Forester Peter Gordon at 847.604.5891. please call the Sanitation Section automated phone system at 847.615.4264. page 3 N ews You Can Use HOUSEHOLD CHEMICAL WASTE Additional bike racks will be placed at the Forest Park COLLECTION Beach, Deerpath Community Preschool playground on The Solid Waste Agency of Lake County (SWALCO) the east side of the Recreation Center, and the Lake Forest and the City will host a Household Chemical Waste Library. A number of residents are choosing to bicycle to Collection Event on Saturday, September 27, from 8 a.m. the train stations before hopping on a train, and the City until 2:30 p.m. at the Municipal Services Center (110 E. is looking to provide additional bike racks. Please review Laurel Avenue). This free event is open to Lake County your commutes for work and play, and see what green residents only. alternatives may be available. A variety of common but problematic household materials The Green Team is excited to work can be brought to a HCW Collection Day, including old with residents to promote green oil-based paint, paint remover, hobby chemicals, furniture alternatives to maintain The City of stripper, metal polishes, rechargeable batteries, used motor Lake Forest’s healthy and beautiful oil, antifreeze, old gasoline, driveway sealer, aerosol products, environment. If you have any old medications, solvents, household cleaners, pool suggestions on how our community chemicals, pesticides, and mercury and fluorescent light can go green, please send your bulbs. LATEX PAINT WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. comments to firstname.lastname@example.org. Business and commercial wastes, explosives, propane WESTERN AVENUE ENHANCEMENTS tanks, smoke detectors and fire extinguishers, agricultural Valuable ideas and concepts evolved from a series of public chemicals and medical wastes will NOT be accepted at meetings held to discuss the first phase of improvements any of the HCW events. Tire and lead acid batteries to this vital business corridor that stretches from Vine (auto and boat batteries) are also not accepted at these Avenue on the south to Laurel Avenue on the north. collections but can be recycled at retail outlets where Through this constructive dialogue, an enhanced they are sold. streetscape appearance was developed. For further information, please contact SWALCO at The scope of the project includes high- 847.336.9340, Donna Miklovic of the Public Works priority infrastructure elements with an Department at 847.615.4227 or visit www.swalco.org. alternate for medium-priority and low- priority streetscape enhancements. The GROWING GREEN high-priority infrastructure elements The City is working to make better environmentally consist of upgrades to underground sound decisions that will impact both the community utilities, pavement rehabilitation and street light and the City organization. The City’s Employee improvements. Phase II design engineering services are Environmental Committee, or Green Team, meets currently underway. The Phase III construction timeline regularly to brainstorm and develop environmental calls for improvements between Laurel and Wisconsin to initiatives. At the July 4th festivities, the Green Team be completed in 2009 and those between Wisconsin and distributed free CFL light bulbs to Lake Forest residents Vine to be completed in 2010. and created a City map (currently displayed at the Recreation Center) that tracks the location of homes Residents, business owners, commuters and shoppers committed to using CFL bulbs and reducing energy are invited to view the final engineering plans and use. CFL light bulbs use about 75% less energy and last share their ideas at an open house on Wednesday, longer than standard bulbs. The free light bulb giveaway September 10, from 5 to 8 p.m. at Gorton Community was a great success, and thanks go to all residents who Center (400 E. Illinois Road). If you have questions, participated in this green initiative. please contact Ramesh Kanapareddy, Assistant City Engineer, at 847.283.8539. The Green Team is also working to provide and promote green transportation alternatives for residents and employees. Summer weather provides a great opportunity for everyone to use bicycles for short-distance travel. page 4 Y ou Should Know PUBLIC SAFET Y NEWS This free ten-week class meets Wednesday evenings, and is PHONE SOLICITATION ALERT open to anyone age 21 or over who lives or works in Lake Forest and has no criminal record. Stop by the Public The Lake Forest Police Department Safety Building at 255 West Deerpath for an application advises residents that the City’s Police or contact Officer Karl Walldorf at 847.234.2601 or via Department does not benefit directly email at email@example.com. from donations made to the Metropolitan Alliance of Police (MAP) or telephone solicitations from any other EL AWA GARDEN M ARKET OPENS organization. MAP represents patrol officers of the Lake Pay a visit to the Garden Market at Elawa Farm for a Forest Police Department in the areas of legal defense special treat. Located in a historic farm setting, you can and collective bargaining. The Lake Forest Police purchase produce from the garden and products made Department does not solicit funds over the telephone. from the produce, such as soups, muffins, tea breads, Residents wishing to make a donation to the Lake Forest jams and salad dressings. A large selection of heirloom Police Department may do so through the Lake Forest tomatoes as well as beets, squash and several other vege- Police Association (LFPA). Founded in 1932 for sworn tables will be available this season. Cut flowers can also officers and civilian employees of the Police Department, be purchased. All proceeds are used to support garden it relies on financial support from the community and operations. The market is open from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. dues paid by its members. The LFPA only solicits once every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday until October 31. a year during the month of September and does so Elawa Farm is located at 1401 Middlefork in a mass mailing to the community, never over the Drive west of Waukegan Road and telephone. One hundred percent of all money raised adjacent to the Lake County Forest goes directly to the association. Preserve Middlefork Savanna. The LFPA benefits many local programs conducted by School Districts 67 and 115, CROYA, the Lake Forest/Lake Bluff Senior Center and others, some of FRIENDLY REMINDERS which are the Special Olympics, Lake County AIDS CLEARLY MARKED ADDRESS CRITICAL Walk/Bike Ride, Halloween Safety programs, seniors’ City ordinances require that house numbers be at “Picnic with the Cops,” baseball clinics, and the “Toys least 3" in height and displayed in a conspicuous for Tots Drive.” place, on, above or immediately to the side of the door. They may also be placed on a tree, post or Anyone wishing to make a donation to the LFPA can other fixture at the entrance to the property so that mail their check to: Lake Forest Police Association, they are easily and distinctly read from the center of 255 W. Deerpath, Lake Forest, Illinois 60045. For more the street. In the event of an emergency, this is information, please call Crime Prevention Officer Mike critical for police and fire response. Goy at 847.615.4697 or visit www.lfpa.org. DOG ETIQUETTE CITIZENS POLICE ACADEMY THIS FALL Dogs are not allowed to run at large within the City Since 1998, the Police Department has offered local limits and must be on a leash in your control when residents and business owners a chance to get “up close not on your property. When walking your dog, you and personal” with police work by participating in its must carry with you a device to remove excrement annual Citizens Police Academy. left by your dog and deposit the excrement in a receptacle located on your property. Participants learn about many aspects of police work SIDEWALK CLEARING including patrol, investigations, the arrest process, Residents are required to maintain their plant and the criminal justice system. In addition, they ride material along the City sidewalks in order to provide along with police officers on patrol, fire department a safe environment for walkers and bicyclists. If you weapons, and meet officers specializing in various areas notice a safety concern on or around any City of police work. sidewalk, please call 847.604.5891. page 5 U pcoming Events RECREATION HIGHLIGHTS DICKINSON HALL LAKE FOREST FITNESS CENTER LAKE FOREST-LAKE BLUFF SENIOR CENTER 100 E. Old Mill Rd. Group fitness classes begin September 2, including new Reservations are required for all events. Call 847.234.2209. offerings such as the Biggest Loser and Bootcamp. Also new—nutrition lectures, sports nutrition and women’s COME VISIT OUR GARDEN wellness. Fall is a great time to revamp your fitness The new terrace/garden at Dickinson Hall was designed routine. Join the Fitness Center with a friend during the by noted landscape architect Anthony Tyznik, formerly month of September and both your enrollment fees will of the Morton Arboretum. The garden is a gift to the be waived, plus you each receive a free class 12-punch pass! community from the Laurence A. Carton family. The BIRTHDAY PARTIES circular portion of the terrace is enclosed with balusters The Recreation Center is a great place to host your child’s recycled from the Edward Bennett Bridge on Deerpath birthday party with activities such as ceramics, court Road. Surrounded by perennials with woods to the sports, dance, games, jewelry making, baking and wildlife. south, the garden is a wonderful place to experience Look no further for a one-of-a-kind party. See details in the beauty of the Grove Cultural Campus. the Recreation Brochure or on the City’s web site. UPCOMING SENIOR EVENTS FRED JACKSON GOLF CLASSIC SEPTEMBER 15 August 14 “The Next President’s Foreign Policy The Golf Classic was rained out in the spring, Challenges.” Professor James Marquardt, so there is still time to sign up, play or Lake Forest College; lunch and lecture become a sponsor at this event at August 15 Ron Surace and the “In Full Swing” Deerpath Golf Course with a 12 p.m. shotgun 17-piece band, 7 p.m. start. There will be exciting rounds of golf, September 10 Loving Frank. Judy Broderick discusses awards, a silent auction and special activities the novel about Frank Lloyd Wright’s life at several of the holes. For information, visit and his relationship with Mamah Cheney; www.friendslfpr.org or contact Wendy noon lunch and lecture McKiernan at 847.615.4331. September 11 Women’s Club with Martha Twaddle, Medical Director of Midwest Palliative and NORTHERN ILLINOIS REPTILE BREEDER SHOW Hospice Care Center; lunch and lecture On September 14, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Recreation September 12 Visit the Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Center Gym, the Wildlife Discovery Center will host (Milwaukee) Museum and the Charles Allis Art the first ever Northern Illinois Reptile Breeder Show Museum; dine at the Lake Park Bistro featuring top breeders in the Great Lakes Region. Many and cruise on Lake Michigan captive bred and born animals will be available for purchase in addition to reptile supplies, equipment, Dickinson Hall is a resource for independent living and cages and food. All proceeds will benefit the Wildlife assistance for aging parents, door-to-door transportation Discovery Center. Questions? Please contact Curator for those over 65, help with Medicare claims, and links Rob Carmichael at 847.615.4388. to other community services. KINDERHAVEN PRESCHOOL ACADEMY VALUABLE HABITAT STUDIED Give your children a jump start on their education. The History and Ecological Significance of the Kinderhaven is accredited by NAEYC and licensed in Middlefork Savanna Preserve and An Account of the state of Illinois. There are classes for 21⁄2 to 51⁄2-year- Species Found During the Middlefork “BioBlitz” olds, and the vacation schedule follows School District 67. With a low student-to-teacher ratio, Kinderhaven The June BioBlitz was an intensive 24-hour search instills in your child a sense of community, individuality, conducted by scores of regional scientists to catalogue independence, exploration and creativity. For more the diversity of species living in the Middlefork Savanna information or a tour, contact Dr. Penny Robbins Preserve. Enjoy beautiful images of this gem of a preserve at 847.615.4339. and learn about the ecological restoration work. page 6 The Gardeners at Elawa Farm, Wildlife Discovery Center, READY FOR SCHOOL Lake County Forest Preserve District and Lake Forest Did you know one measure of library success is the Open Lands Association invite you to a special slide percentage of residents with active library cards? September presentation on Saturday, September 13, from 2–4 p.m. is LIBRARY CARD SIGN-UP MONTH, an observance at Elawa Farm (1401 W. Middlefork Drive). Guided sponsored by the American Library Association. This year’s walks in the Preserve will follow from 4–5 p.m. honorary chair, basketball champion and author Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, calls the library “my own personal time L A K E F O R E S T / L AKE BL U F F R E A D S machine.” This fall, make sure your kids have the most LAKE FOREST COLLEGE/GLEN ROWAN HOUSE important school supply of all—a library card. September 4 Rand Smith will discuss E. L. Doctorow’s (7 p.m.) The March, a novel of the American Civil LIBRARY HOURS AND CLOSINGS War examining Sherman’s March Closed Labor Day, Monday, September 1 October 21 Benjamin Goluboff will discuss Robert Sunday hours resume the weekend after Labor Day, (2 p.m.) Penn Warren’s All the King’s Men, a classic on Sunday, September 7. fictionalized account of Louisiana’s CROYA UPDATES legendary Huey Long As CROYA moves toward “going green,” monthly November 11 Michael H. Ebner will discuss Theodore activity calendars will no longer be mailed. Current (Noon) Dreiser’s Sister Carrie. Dreiser was the first American to receive a Nobel Prize in information and calendars are online or you can sign up Literature to automatically receive emails about the happenings at CROYA by visiting www.croya.com. If you have Books available at Lake Forest Bookstore. No advance questions, please call CROYA at 847.615.4304. registration required. For information, call 847.735.6025. STUDENT UNION SUMMER HOURS GREAT LIBRARY PROGRA MS Monday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 p.m. to 3 p.m. SALE TIME! Tuesday, Wednesday, The 33rd Annual Friends of the Library Thursday and Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Book Sale will be held in West Park on Green Bay Road with something for CROYA DATES TO REMEMBER everyone. Remember, only three months (CHECK THE WEB SITE FOR MORE INFO) until Christmas! August 31– Artisans for CROYA 9:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. Members’ Pre-Sale: Thursday, September 11 September 1 Public Sale: Friday, September 12–Sunday, September 14 September 5 LFHS Freshman Orientation at 7:30 a.m. September 6 Lupus Walk BOOK REPORT September 14 Lake Forest Library Book Sale Clean-Up Summer reading at the Library was a great success with September 27 Middle School Back to School Dance at LF Rec Gym 7:30 p.m.–10 p.m. ($5 at door) more than 1,000 children and 65 adults signed up for the summer reading programs. Watch for the Library’s quarterly newsletter for details on the great lineup of fall CROYA MUSIC SCHOOL programs for everyone. Parents, save the date: on Tuesday, September 2, registration begins for pre-school storytime. The music program located in the CROYA Student Union is accepting new students for the ARE YOU REGISTERED TO VOTE? fall semester, and the recording studio is now The Lake Forest/Lake Bluff League of Women Voters operational. For studio and lesson rates and will provide voter registration in the Library foyer on more information, visit www.croya.com/music Saturday, September 20, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Voter or contact Director Shelia Christofalos at registration ends 28 days before the November 4 election; 847.283.8547. make sure your voice is heard this fall! page 7 T he City of Lake Forest MAYOR S. Michael Rummel KEEP INFORMED 847.234.8858 (home) Residents are encouraged to attend meetings of the City Council, Boards and Commissions. 312.984.5705 (business) Meetings are held at City Hall unless otherwise noted. Dates are subject to change, so please call CITY MANAGER City Hall to confirm. Robert R. Kiely, Jr. 847.295.0294 (home) 8/4 – City Council, 7:30 p.m. 9/2 – City Council, 7:30 p.m. 847.234.2600 (business) 8/4, 9/15 – Finance Committee, 6:30 p.m. 9/2 – Committee of the Whole, 6:30 p.m. FIRST WARD ALDERMEN 8/11, 9/8 – Senior Resource Commission, 9:30 a.m., 9/3 – Building Review Board, 6:30 p.m. David D. Grumhaus, Jr. Dickinson Hall 9/10 – Plan Commission, 6:30 p.m. 847.604.8502 (home) 312.544.4205 (business) 8/12, 9/9 – Library Board, 7:30 p.m., Library 9/22 – Zoning Board of Appeals, 6:30 p.m. Kent E. Novit 8/12, 9/9 – Parks and Recreation Board, 7:30 p.m. 9/24 – Historic Preservation Commission, 6:30 p.m. 847.615.7029 (home) 312.332.2407 (business) SECOND WARD ALDERMEN CALL 847.234.2600 FOR ALL PUBLIC SAFETY BUILDING CABLE TELEVISION Stuart M. Widman CITY DEPARTMENTS (Police and Fire Departments) INFO – Channel 17 847.295.8187 (home) Postage-free mail to all City 255 West Deerpath (Meetings/events) 312.263.3700 (business) departments and City officials 24 hours daily LFTV – Channel 19 Renard Goltra can be deposited in the white 911 for all emergencies (Local programming) 847.234.1335 (home) drop boxes at the Union Pacific See City Council meetings live on T.D.D. PHONES 847.234.1499 (business) Depot, on Bank Lane north of cable channel 17 at 7:30 p.m. the City Hall, 847.615.4283 Westminster, and in the Telegraph first and third Mondays of each THIRD WARD ALDERMEN Municipal Services, 847.615.4399 Road train station parking lot. month. Broadcasts replayed Thomas H. Morsch, Jr. COMPOST/RECYCLING CENTER Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. and 847.234.6906 (home) CITY HALL South side of Rt. 60 just west 220 East Deerpath. Fridays at 8 a.m. when no live 312.953.1012 (cell) of Waukegan Road. The center is broadcast. DVD copy available Open 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., open Saturdays 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Greg C. Hanrahan Monday–Friday at Library. 847.295.2003 (home) and Sundays 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. MUNICIPAL SERVICES CENTER WORLD WIDE WEB 312.455.4120 (business) E-MAIL ALL CITY DEPARTMENTS AT: For info on City government, 110 East Laurel Avenue. firstname.lastname@example.org FOURTH WARD ALDERMEN services, news, meeting agendas, Open 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., John A. Looby III Monday–Friday and more. On the Internet at: 847.234.8781 (home) http://www.cityoflakeforest.com 847.234.0017 (business) Robert T. Palmer 847.234.9223 (home) 773.528.0200 (business) PRSRT STD US POSTAGE PAID LAKE FOREST, IL PERMIT NO. 64 220 EAST DEERPATH LAKE FOREST, ILLINOIS 60045 Local Postal Resident Lake Forest, Illinois 60045 Visit the Garden Market at Elawa Farm! (Tues., Fri. and Sat. until Oct. 31; 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.)