Illiana Corridor Project Receives Federal Approval – FHWA Signs the Tier Two Record of Decision, Marks End of Planning Phase

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) signed the Illiana Corridor Tier Two Record of Decision, marking the completion of the project’s environmental planning phase. With the issuance of the Record of Decision, the FHWA supports the transportation need for the project, approves the analysis of its environmental impacts, as well as…

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Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving everyone. I like this holiday; the cold weather and snow mark the ending of another year. The holiday season is upon us and friends are finding time to get together, as they should more often. It also reminds me of the work that we are, or we should…

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Village of Richton Park “I Make A Difference Award”

  • Representative Riley and Senator Hastings
  • Richton Park Representative Riley speaking
  • Richton Park Volunteer Recipients
  • Richton Park Volunteer Awards
  • Richton Park Volunteer Event
  • Richton Park Volunteer Event Award
  • Richton Park - Mike Hastings speaking
  • Richton Park Human Relations Commission
  • Richton Park Human Relations Commission Volunteer

This weekend, I joined the Richton Park Human Relations Commission and the Community Relations Department for the 7th Annual “I Make a Difference Award” celebration. The celebration honored outstanding volunteers in the community. Also in attendance was Senator Mike Hastings as the guest speaker and Lt. Governor Sheila Simon. With…

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Groundbreaking ceremony for new PACE Operations in South Suburbs

  • More of PACE fleet
  • TJ Ross speaking with Representative Robert Rita
  • Speaking to TJ Ross
  • PACE hard hat
  • With Governor Quinn
  • With Flossmoor Mayor Paul Braun
  • Ground breaking of PACE new facility
  • PACE shovel picture
  • Press conference for PACE ground breaking
  • Shaking hands with Lynwood Mayor Gene Williams
  • PACE fleet
  • With Senator Harris and Rocky Donahue

Investment Will Create 300 New Jobs, Consolidate Operational Functions to Improve Productivity, Service and Innovation CHICAGO – On October 11, 2014 Governor Pat Quinn announced a major investment to consolidate several PACE operations in one location to improve productivity, service and innovation for the Chicago-area bus transportation system. Approximately 300…

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