Monday, May 27 is Memorial Day. All Township offices will be closed. This includes the food pantry.
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DUPAGE COUNTY INITIAL DAMAGE ASSESSMENT REPORT FOR RECENT FLOOD EVENTS DURING THE WEEK OF APRIL 15, 2013
April 19, 2013
Who and What: DuPage County through its Regulatory Services Department has established a call in center for residents and business owners to call in, email or write their initial damage assessment information for flooding which occurred during the week of April 15, 2013.
Why: We are cataloguing flood damages in attempts to submit for federal disaster relief for the residents and business owners. Your information will help in our attempts to gain these relief funds.
Where: If you have any flood damage please contact DuPage County Regulatory Services at the following:
Jim Stran, Regulatory Services
DuPage County, 421 N County Farm Rd
Wheaton, Illinois 60187
When: To start staff will be available to accept your information on Saturday April 20, 2013 from 8 AM to 4:30 PM and then available during regular business hours thereafter, Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Information Needed: When you call, email or write please provide at least the following information:
1. Indicate you are responding regarding flood damages on your property
2. Provide Your Name
3. Provide Property Address
4. Provide Phone Number
5. Provide what type of building you have (i.e.: Single Family Home, Apartment, business etc.)
6. Provide type and degree of damage
Flood Related Trash
We are directing unincorporated Lisle Township residents to put Flood Related Trash at the curb for pick up. We strongly suggest that you document what is put to the street with a photograph and inventory when and where possible. This will assist you in any possible claims at future dates. Pickup of said trash may or may not coincide with the regular garbage pick up, please understand the complexity of the situation.
Flood Notes from Lisle Township Highway Department
Thursday / Friday April 18 / 19
With the tremendous amount of rain water that deluged our area, it certainly wasn’t possible to stop the flooding of some homes and property. But our crew worked very hard to mitigate flooded areas.
Cleared storm grates of debris,
Brought in truckloads of sand, sand-bagged some areas and bagged it for pick-up by some residents,
Set up barricades to block streets and sidewalks that were flooded and too dangerous to cross,
Reinforced some sidewalks and roadways that were undercut by flowing water,
Jetted storm sewers and swept roads as the water receded,
And helped other municipalities.
There is a chance that DuPage county and the state of Illinois will qualify for federal disaster relief. If we qualify it may be available for uninsured damages and losses for public entities and for individual residents. Please document your damages with pictures, receipts or anything that might help you recover from the losses you might have sustained. A web site with more information is www.dupageco.org/protectdupage.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Town Fund/General Assistance
Notice is hereby given that a Tentative Budget and Appropriation Ordinance for Lisle Township in the County of DuPage, State of Illinois for the fiscal year beginning April 1, 2013 and ending March 31, 2014 is on file and conveniently available for public inspection at the Lisle Township Building, 4711 Indiana Avenue, Lisle, IL 60532.
Notice is further hereby given that a public hearing on said Budget and Appropriation Ordinance will be held at 7:30 p.m., May 8th, 2013 at the township building (4711 Indiana Ave, Lisle) and that final hearing and action on this ordinance may be taken at this meeting.
Dated this 22nd day of March 2013.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING
LISLE TOWNSHIP, DUPAGE COUNTY, ILLINOIS
Notice is hereby given of a special meeting of the Lisle Township Supervisor and Board of Trustees to be held at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 20, 2013, at the Lisle Township office, 4711 Indiana Avenue, Lisle, IL.
March 20, 2013
1. Call Meeting to Order at 7:00 P.M.
2. Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag
3. Roll Call
4. Discuss and Approve Insurance Proposal(s)
5. Discussion of Budget and Appropriation Ordinance
/S/ Robert J. Klaeren
Lisle Township Clerk
“Disabled persons are welcome to our Board Meetings. Please give us 48 hours notice so that we can make any necessary special arrangements.”
Meeting agenda is now available under documents, March 2013
The Lisle Township Supervisors office will close early on Tuesday the 5th of March due to weather conditions. It is the feeling that safety for our employees and for those residents who otherwise would have made the effort to come in for existing appointments. We expect that the Township will be open as regularly scheduled on Wednesday the 6th.
Presidents Day will effect some township offices.
The Highway Department office will be closed
The Supervisors Offices will be closed
The Assessors office will be open for all regular business
The Food Pantry will be open for morning monthly pickups and 11:00 perishables. It will be closed for the afternoon. The food pantry will not be able to answer phones with the Supervisors office closed, please do not call.
Lisle Township Commemorates Sandy Hook Victims
Over 35 persons participated in a ceremony at the township on December 21, 2012 to commemorate the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre. The memorial, held at 8:30 a.m. (CST), marked the exact moment one week after the tragedy. Jim Vondran facilitated the group of township employees, food pantry volunteers, elected officials, and firefighters from the Lisle-Woodridge Fire Protection District.
After asking for a moment of silence, Mr. Vondran explained that the bell would be rung 26 times. He stated, “We ring this bell for four distinct reasons, first to REMEMBER the 26 victims, 20 children and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School; second, to HONOR the teachers, administrators, and staff at Sandy Hook, who gallantly reacted to a situation for which they trained, as in all schools in this country, though this time it was not a drill; third, to THANK the first responders, the firefighters and police, and all the waves of additional responders, clergy, counselors, and those who arrived to give comfort amidst the grief; and finally for us, who in this small way, stand in SOLIDARITY with the families and residents of Newtown, Connecticut.”
Participants were then invited the come forward and peal the bell, once for each victim. Following the solemn bell ringing, Mr. Vondran said, “That concludes our ceremony. Thank you all for coming. [Ringing the bell] Twenty-six times is lot. Let’s hope that we never have to do this again.”
The Assessors office will be closed in honor of Martin Luther King Day on January 21st. The Supervisors office and Highway department will be open regular hours. We stagger certain Holidays in order to serve our residents and yet still honor those that have laid building blocks for our great nation.