April 25, 2023 Update from the Mayor
Hills Baseball and Softball Honors City Clerk Dee Catizone at Opening Day
It was a brisk opening day parade and opening season ceremony on Saturday, April 22, 2023. The many in attendance saw Hills Baseball and Softball honor City Clerk Catizone with a plaque expressing appreciation for her “continued help and service with kids from Hills Baseball and Softball.” Pictured below are George Czarnik, the President of Hills Baseball and Softball and Clerk Catizone.
Retired Conrady Crossing Guard Says “Thank You.”
Maryann Anifer, who helped thousands of Conrady students cross Roberts Road during her 12 years as a school crossing guard, gave a heartfelt ‘thank you’ for being a part of the North Palos School District 117 family.
Ms. Anifer thanked the board and the teachers, staff and students for their kindness and support as well as for the opportunity to serve the community. Hills Baseball and Softball also recognized Maryann on opening day this past Saturday.
Hickory Hills Changes Waste Haulers
All residents should have received notification that LakeShore Recycling Systems (LRS) will replace Waste Management as the city’s new residential waste and recycling company. The Waste Management contract was expiring so the city went out to bid for a new 5 year contract. Both Waste Management and LRS submitted bids, but the LRS bid was 15% lower. To put that in perspective, annually, this will result in over $60 savings to the homeowner.
Spring Declutter Opportunity This Weekend
Children Get It
Have a great rest of the week!