Posts Tagged “Town of Cicero”

Court orders Ochoa to pay Town of Cicero for lawsuit costs

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Court orders Ochoa to pay Town of Cicero for lawsuit costs

Court orders Ochoa to pay Town of Cicero for lawsuit costs Appellate Court orders newly appointed MPEA Board Trustee to pay court fees in failed political intimidation lawsuit (Cicero, Illinois) — The Illinois Appellate Court Friday ordered newly appointed Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority (MPEA) Trustee Juan Ochoa to pay $21,202.90 to reimburse the Town…

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Cicero opens new park, animal shelter

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Cicero opens new park, animal shelter

Cicero officials cut the ribbon on the new Cicero Campus Park park and on a new, state-of-the-art Animal Shelter The Town of Cicero officially cut the ribbon Thursday (Sept. 15) on a new park and state-of-the-art Waggin’ Tails Animal Shelter at 18th and Laramie during ceremonies attended by more than 200 area residents. The new Cicero…

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Jury rejects Sexual Assault lawsuit against Cicero

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Jury rejects Sexual Assault lawsuit against Cicero

$3.5 Million Cicero Sex Harassment, Racial Discrimination Suit swatted away by Federal Jury: President Dominick praises Federal Court Decision A federal court jury swept away last Wednesday a five-year legal challenge to the Town of Cicero by an employee who had sought $3.5 million in a sexual harassment and racial discrimination lawsuit against the municipality that…

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Suspect charged in Cicero hit-and-run

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Suspect charged in Cicero hit-and-run

Cicero police charge hit-and-run driver who injured woman and 10-year-old child at 55th and Cermak Road on March 13 Cicero Police today announced that a suspect has been charged in the hit-and-run accident in which a woman and her 10-year-old god-daughter were injured near 5500 W. Cermak Road on March 13. The suspect is identified…

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Cicero abates $8.2 million to hold down property taxes

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Cicero abates $8.2 million to hold down property taxes

Cicero abates $8.2 million to hold down property taxes Cicero Town President Larry Dominick proposed the abatement of $8.2 million in the Town’s levy to hold down property taxes for Cicero taxpayers. The proposal was unanimously approved by the Town of Cicero Board of Trustees at its meeting this morning (Tuesday Feb. 23, 2016). Had…

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Cicero seeks info on killing of 15 year old teenager Kevin Sanders

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Cicero seeks info on killing of 15 year old teenager Kevin Sanders

Cicero seeks info on killing of 15 year old teenager Kevin Sanders The Town of Cicero and Cicero Police will hold a community memorial on Thursday Nov. 19 in commemoration of the killing five years ago (Nov. 22, 2010) of 15 year old Kevin “Anthony” Sanders. The rally will be held at 6:30 pm at…

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Cicero to commemorate Centenary of Eastland disaster

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Cicero to commemorate Centenary of Eastland disaster

Disaster that took hundreds of Cicero lives to be commemorated Thursday July 23 100 years ago on July 24, 1915, 844 people died on the Eastland, a boat on the Chicago River that capsized after boarding on Clark Street. There were 2,500 passengers aboard the boat all employed by the Western Electric Company which chartered…

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Cicero orders closure of church for safety violations

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Cicero orders closure of church for safety violations

The Town of Cicero today ordered a church run by Bishop Herman Jackson closed immediately because of multiple serious building safety hazards. Cicero officials accused Bishop Jackson of ignoring life-threatening physical hazards at the Arch of Safety Apostolic Faith Temple, 5247 W. 23rd Street, which has no water, no electricity and no heat. “We have…

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Cicero’s Mexican Independence Day Parade attracts 15,000

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Cicero’s Mexican Independence Day Parade attracts 15,000

Cicero’s Mexican Independence Day Parade attracts 15,000 By Ray Hanania The Mexican Independence Day Parade and a weekend of celebrations that included El-Grito attracted more than 15,000 attendees, parade organizers said. The events were hosted by the Cicero Mexican Cultural Committee and the Town of Cicero’s Special Events Department, and included a weekend of entertainment,…

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Town of Cicero launches campaign to woo seniors to their community

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Town of Cicero launches campaign to woo seniors to their community

Town of Cicero launches campaign to woo seniors to their community Cicero cites wide array of services that go beyond what is offered by other communities (Cicero, Illinois) — Over the years, word has gotten out about how much the Town of Cicero does for its senior citizens. The program was launched by Town President…

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