Time is running out for those who want to add their two cents to the golf course vs. nature preserve debate at Fort Sheridan; the period for public comment ends on Friday, Sept. 10.
If you must drive on Route 176, do so knowing there will be delays through Thursday. The final bituminous layer is being placed, which necessitates single lane closures.
After City Manager Robert Kiely Jr. volunteered to temporarily run Gorton, Nancy Novit volunteered to help Mr. Kiely. Gorton isn’t sending brochures to every household this fall, but it does have a lot of programs.
The SpeakUp! Prevention Coalition has been awarded a federal grant that it will use to continue its efforts to reduce youth substance abuse in Lake Forest, Lake Bluff and Knollwood.
The Lake County Health Department/Community Health Center has scheduled six public clinics for annual flu vaccine. The clinics are located throughout Lake County and will run from September 10 to Oct. 1.
The affordable housing situation is gaining momentum in Lake Forest, and several meetings are planned in the next few weeks that could result in a decision.
The calendar says summer, but the dark days of winter are not far off. A reader wrote to Ask The Gazebo if changes have been made to the west Lake Forest train depot. Will a shelter be constructed to protect northbound riders from the elements?
Walk, run or wheel at the annual 5K family race benefitting GLASA. Race starts and finishes at Gorton Center, 400 E. Illinois Rd, Lake Forest. Start time is 6PM followed by a post-race party including food and live music from 7-10PM
The Lake County Health Department/Community Health Center’s Animal Care and Control Program will offer two low-cost pet vaccination and microchip clinics in September.