Volume 8 June 2015

News Briefs June 2015

Village President Increases Pay for Village of Hazel Crest Pace Bus Drivers The Village of Hazel Crest has provided Pace transportation since 2009 for seniors and the disabled. Senior drivers have not had an increase in pay in four years??? During the recent budget hearing for the 2015-2016 fiscal year, Village President Vernard Alsberry insisted that the pay rate [...]

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Vietnam Veterans Honored on Saturday, June 13th

On February 27th, 2015 the United States Secretary of Defense, confirmed the Village of Hazel Crest as a Vietnam War 50th Anniversary Commemorative Partner. Saturday, June 13th marks a very important day in the history of the Village of Hazel Crest, and other cities around the country. That is the date the Village of Hazel Crest Inaugural Commemoration, honors the [...]

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New Officials Speak

New Village Trustee – Sandra Slayton “Sincere thanks to the residents of Hazel Crest for their vote of confidence in me and the Hazel Crest First Party. I am honored and humbled to be able to serve the village. It is my goal to confirm that you made the right choice when you selected me." Hazel Crest has [...]

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President’s Point June 2015

The April elections are over and we are moving forward in the Village of Hazel Crest. In April we dedicated the new fence along Kedzie Avenue and it looks beautiful. I would like to thank Advocate South Suburban Hospital for providing the seed money to make it possible. I would also like to thank the citizens and businesses who assisted [...]

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