Sandoval delivers $200,000 check to Town of Cicero for local projects

Sandoval delivers $200,000 check to Town of Cicero for local projects

CICERO – State Senator Martin Sandoval (D-11) was the guest speaker at the Town of Cicero Board Meeting, where he presented President Larry Dominick and the Board of Trustees with a large $200K check for infrastructure improvements.

“I continue to be inspired by President Dominick and his administration by their calls to my Springfield and district office, to make sure that the people of Cicero are not forgotten.  Whether it’s the five million dollars for Morton College, or the four million dollars for the new aquatic center, the rehabilitation of the Laramie Ave. Bridge, the rehabilitation of the 31st St. Bridge, the rehabilitation of the Central Ave. overpass, or the Wirtz Beverage building – all projects that I’ve been asked to help with.” said Sen. Sandoval.  “I’m here today to award you with a check of $200K for any capital improvements you or the town see fit.”

Senator Sandoval represents the 11th Senate District, which includes the neighborhoods of Brighton Park, Clearing, Gage Park, Garfield Ridge, Little Village, West Lawn, and West Cook municipalities of Bedford Park, Burbank, Cicero, Forest View, Lyons, McCook, Stickney, Summit and Riverside.


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