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If the Irish can stack government with family, the Puerto Rican can, too, says Berrios, who has several family members on his assessor's staff and a host of others on county, school and state payrolls.
Government, Holiday Guide
The 2012 Safe Shopping Guide is posted on the Illinois Attorney's General website and includes toys, furniture and clothes that were recalled and could pose a danger.
Although unemployment is down from this time compared to last year, numbers slightly increased from September 2012 to October.
Jim Edgar tells Reboot Illinois that tax hikes, program cuts and leadership are desperately needed in Springfield. And Pat Quinn brings you Squeezy the Python.
No residents have complained to the village about the holiday decoration on a municipal water tower, says Mayor Patrick Kitching.
Government, Police & Fire
Cook County is giving families of DUI accident victims an opportunity to memorialize their loved ones for $150.
A Wisconsin-based foundation threatened to sue the village over the display of a cross used in Christmas decorations. The Freedom from Religion Foundation said the village's Holiday Cross is "unconstitutional."
The Mayor's office released budget recommendations for 2013 including a full list of salaries for 7,219 city positions.
Railroad officials recently told the Evergreen Park Village Board that train traffic could rise from four trains per day to 23.
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