Thinking about Selling your Home? Free Selling Guide (Open Link)

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If you a first time seller, you may have some questions, even if you have sold before, the market is now different from past times. I am offering this Free Selling Guide.

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For more information on selling your existing home, give me a call. I look forward to hearing from you!

The “Ville” Prepares for Snow and Ice!

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Village of Romeoville Press Release
Romeoville Prepares for Winter
Village officials approved the purchase and installation of anti-icing equipment and a ground storage tank with pump assembly for an existing Public Works truck.
“This equipment will be a great feature to have, saving Public Works time and money because anti-icing reduces the amount of time required to restore the roads to a clear, dry state,” said Mayor Noak. “Anti-icing is generally the most effective approach to prevent icy and snow-compacted roads, ultimately keeping the roads dry and safe for the residents and visitors driving through town,” Noak added.
Anti-icing is a pro-active approach to winter road maintenance involving applying anti-icing products to the roadway before a winter storm. It forms a bond-breaker between the pavement surface and the snow and ice layer which melts snow more quickly and reduces the chance that ice will form and bond to the surface, similar to how cooking oil prevents food from sticking to the frying pan. “The equipment will allow Public Works to concentrate on pre-treating areas that typically are the first to become icy, such as bridge decks, and reduce the amount of salt used,” said Public Works Director Eric Bjork.
Village of Romeoville

1050 West Romeo Road
Romeoville, IL 60446
(815) 886-7200
www.romeoville.org
Village BoardMayor
John D. Noak

Village Clerk
Dr. Bernice E. Holloway

Trustees
Linda Palmiter
Jose (Joe) Chavez
Brian A. Clancy Sr.
Dave Richards
Sue A. Micklevitz
Ken Griffin

Upcoming Events Mark your Calendar

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Community News Update
Upcoming Community Events

Romeoville Area Chamber of Commerce After 5 Tuesday, August 20th, 5-7 p.m.

ATI Physical Therapy, 904 Weber Road, Romeoville

Appetizers, beverages  & TONS of networking!!! For more information, call 815-886-2076.

Relay for Life Romeoville Rockin’ for a Cure Concert Fundraiser
featuring
The Fall Guys
(Rock cover songs, music from the 90’s and then some)
Friday, August 23rd, 7 p.m. Band starts at 9 p.m.
Fireside Lounge, inside Brunswick Zone, 735 N. Center Blvd., Romeoville, IL. Raffle prizes, 50/50 raffle and more. All proceeds raised will benefit the Relay for Life Romeoville. For more information, call Geri at 815-886-5267.

Book Release Party for local book “Romeoville”
Saturday, August 24th, 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
White Oak Library, 201 W. Normantown Road, Romeoville
The book is a pictorial history of the Village created by Nancy Hackett, local historian, author, and White Oak Library District Trustee. “Romeoville,” published by Arcadia Press, showcases images from the I&M Canal to today. Join us for this exciting event and go home with your very own copy of “Romeoville” for the low price of $19.

Romeoville Area Chamber of Commerce 6th Annual Golf Outing,
presented by Adventist Bolingbrook Hospital
Tuesday, September 10, 2013
Register at 11 a.m., Start time is at Noon.

Mistwood Golf Club, 1700 W. Renwick, Romeoville

Individual golfer is $125.00 and foursome is $500.00 – includes green fees, cart, lunch, dinner, give away and raffles! For more information, call 815-886-2076.

American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life Romeoville
Opening Ceremonies at 3 p.m. on Saturday, September 28th through Sunday, September 29th at 6 a.m.
Deer Crossing Park,  1050 W. Romeo Road, Romeoville

Kids  entertainment, DJ all throughout event, Luminaria ceremony, themed laps  and more! To sign up a team or more event information, please visit  www.relayforlife.org/romeovilleil. For more information, please contact  Dawn Caldwell at 815-886-0279 or dcaldwell@romeoville.org

Village of Romeoville

1050 West Romeo Road Romeoville, IL 60446 (815) 886-7200 www.romeoville.org
Village Board
Mayor John D. Noak
Village Clerk Dr. Bernice E. Holloway
Trustees Linda Palmiter Jose (Joe) Chavez Brian A. Clancy Sr. Dave Richards Sue A. Micklevitz Ken Griffin

Romeoville Spring Clean Up Week May 13

imagesIt’s that time of year!

Trim the trees, bushes,

plant your flowers, add the mulch,

SPRING CLEANING!

For Romeoville Residents only.

Garbage pick-up will be on your regular scheduled day with unlimited pick-up of large items.

No tires, hazardous waste or construction materials will be taken.

Please do not include regular garbage with your grass clippings.

(Grass clippings must be in kraft- biodegradable bags or an approved container).

Tree chipper service will be available (no appointment necessary).

Spring Clean-up Week May 13-17

Village of Romeoville Press Release

Spring Clean-up Week

May 13-17, 2013 

  

waste management 

This service is for Romeoville residents only. Garbage pick-up will be on your regular scheduled day with unlimited pick-up of large items. No tires, hazardous waste or construction materials will be taken. Make sure any additional items outside of your toter are properly contained in either plastic bags or containers that are no greater than 32 gallons in size and do not exceed more than 50 pounds.

  

Please do not include regular garbage with your grass clippings. (Grass clippings must be in KraftBiodegradable Bags or an approved container). Tree chipper service will be provided by the Village for larger limbs (no appointment necessary). Limbs must be cut to a manageable length to be fed through the chipper.
Recycling Information
Romeoville has a Electronic Recycling Center located at 195 South Budler Road. The hours of operation are every Wednesday between 6-8 p.m. and the first Saturday of the month between 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. 

Front Door Pick-Up Service is also available for all residents of Will County.
Vintage Tech Recyclers has launched a FREE at home electronic pick-up service for residents of Will County. To schedule a pick up call 1-866-631-1707
For a complete list of all of the recycling centers in Romeoville click here.

Village of Romeoville

Village Board

Mayor
John D. Noak

Clerk 
Dr. Bernice E. Holloway

Trustees
Linda S. Palmiter
Jose (Joe) Chavez
Brian A.Clancy Sr.
Dave Richards
Sue A. Micklevitz
Ken Griffin

Does Your Child have a Protection Kit? Save the Date!

Village of Romeoville Press Release
 
Village of Romeoville

1050 West Romeo Road
Romeoville, IL 60446
(815) 886-7200
www.romeoville.org
Village Board

Mayor
John D. Noak

Village Clerk
Dr. Bernice E. Holloway

Trustees
Linda S. Palmiter
Jose (Joe) Chavez
Brian Clancy
Dave Richards
Sue A. Micklevitz
Ken Griffin

It’s Dr. Seuss Day! Read to a child!

 

readcatREAD ACROSS AMERICA

 

“You’re never too old, too wacky, too wild, to pick up a book and read to a child.”

 

What better way to celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday than reading to a child? On the evening of March 2nd (Dr. Seuss’s birthday), Random House and the National Education Association (NEA) urge you to participate in the second annual Read Across America and read to a child.

 

WHY CELEBRATE DR. SEUSS?

 

Dr. Seuss epitomizes a love of children and learning. Also, his use of rhyme makes his books an effective tool for teaching young children the basic skills they need to be successful. When we celebrate Dr. Seuss and reading, we send a clear message to America’s children that reading is fun and important.

 

We’ve compiled some materials to help you celebrate the day.

 

Please note: In order to view the printable activities, you will need Adobe Acrobat 3.0 Reader software. You can download this software for free by following the link provided here.

 

 

 

Theodor Seuss Geisel was born on March 2, 1904, in Springfield, Massachusetts. He published his first children’s book, And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street, under the name of Dr. Seuss in 1937. Next came a string of best sellers, including The Cat in the Hat and Green Eggs and Ham. His rhymes and characters are beloved by generations.

QUOTES

“Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.”

– Dr. Seuss
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Early Life

Theodore Seuss Geisel was born on March 2, 1904, in Springfield, Massachusetts. to Theodore Robert Geisel, a successful brew master, and Henrietta Seuss Geisel. At age 18, Geisel left home to attend Dartmouth College, where he became the editor in chief of its humor magazine, Jack-O-Lantern. When Geisel and his friends were caught drinking in his dorm room one night, in violation of Prohibition law, he was kicked off the magazine staff, but continued to contribute to it using the pseudonym “Seuss.” After graduating from Dartmouth, Geisel attended Oxford University in England, with plans to eventually become a professor. While at Oxford, he met his future wife, Helen Palmer, whom he married in 1927. That same year, he dropped out of Oxford, and the couple moved back to the United States.

Early Career

Upon returning to America, Geisel decided to pursue cartooning full-time, and his articles and illustrations were published in numerous magazines, including Life and Vanity Fair. A cartoon that he published in the July 1927 issue of The Saturday Evening Post, his first using the pen name “Seuss,” landed him a staff position at the New York weekly Judge. He then worked for Standard Oil in the advertising department, where he spent the next 15 years. His ad for Flit, a common insecticide, became nationally famous.

Around this time, Viking Press offered him a contract to illustrate a children’s collection called Boners. The book sold poorly, but it gave him a break into children’s literature. Geisel’s first book, And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street, was rejected 27 times before it was finally published by Vanguard Press in 1937.

At the start of World War II, Geisel began contributing weekly political cartoons to the liberal publication PM Magazine. In 1942, too old for the World War II draft, Geisel served with Frank Capra‘s Signal Corps, making animated training films and drawing propaganda posters for the Treasury Department and the War Production Board.

Commercial Success

Following the war, Geisel and Helen purchased an old observation tower in La Jolla, California, where he would write for at least eight hours a day, taking breaks to tend his garden. He wrote and published several children’s books in the coming years, including If I Ran the Zoo and Horton Hears a Who! 

A major turning point in Geisel’s career came when, in response to a 1954 Life magazine article that criticized children’s reading levels, Houghton Mifflin and Random House asked him to write a children’s primer using 220 vocabulary words.

 

 

 


Dr. Seuss characters, text & images © and ™ 1999 Dr. Seuss Enterprises, L.P. All rights reserved.readcat

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Village of Romeoville Press Release
 
Village of Romeoville

1050 West Romeo Road
Romeoville, IL 60446
(815) 886-7200
www.romeoville.org
Village Board

Mayor
John D. Noak

Village Clerk
Dr. Bernice E. Holloway

Trustees
Linda S. Palmiter
Jose (Joe) Chavez
Brian Clancy
Dave Richards
Sue A. Micklevitz
Ken Griffin

Monday~ President’s Day FREE THROW CONTEST

Village of Romeoville Press Release
 
Village of Romeoville

Village BoardMayor
John D. NoakVillage Clerk
Dr. Bernice E. Holloway

Trustees
Linda S. Palmiter
Jose (Joe) Chavez
Brian Clancy
Dave Richards
Sue A. Micklevitz
Ken Griffin

Emerald’s Car Wash Romeoville

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Car Wash

 

Go wash your car! 
715 N. Independence Blvd. 
Romeoville, IL 60446

815-524-3256

(located BEHIND 
STONE CITY SALOON)

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Why Use Aquapel:
• Repels rain for remarkably improved vision.
• Makes it easier to clear ice, snow and even dirt.
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