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Gov. Pritzker Launches Largest Emergency Housing Assistance Programs in the Nation

Over $300 Million for Rent and Mortgage Relief Will Help 40,000 Households Impacted by COVID-19 Applications for Rental Assistance Now Available at era.ihda.org CHICAGO – Governor JB Pritzker and the Illinois Housing Development Authority (IHDA) announced that applications for rental assistance are now available for renters who have lost a job or income due to…

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Area Landscaper Now One of Largest in Country

By Dennis Grubaugh Herald Publications/Illinois Business Journal CASEYVILLE – Joe Munie built his company quite literally from the ground up, and in the last 40 years, he hasn’t ventured far from the land he loves. His business has grown along with the turf and landscapes he’s established and maintained across the country. “I’m extremely thankful…

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Governor Issues New Enforcement COVID Rules

“These rules are a commonsense way to enforce mask requirements without jumping immediately to the extremely tough consequences that exist on the books today. They’ll give local authorities a step-by-step guide on how to enforce masks and distancing, and an opportunity to help businesses act in good faith.” – Gov. Pritzker CHICAGO – Building on…

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Mascoutah Approves Food Truck Ordinance

By Pamela Rensing [email protected] The Mascoutah City Council held their regular meeting on Monday, Aug. 3.  Councilman Jack Weyant was unable to attend due to a medical reason.  Councilman Mike Baker and City Attorney Al Paulson attended the meeting via the Internet. Council members discussed the final reading of changes regarding the Food Truck ordinance.…

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New Baden Library Staff Takes Extra Measures to Continue Safely Serving Community

By Julie Laakko [email protected] NEW BADEN – In the sweep of COVID-19 restrictions and closings, the New Baden Public Library has been providing regular service to the community since they re-opened in the middle of June. Library Director Brenda Lehr says they do not have any concerns about remaining open due to a lack of…

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