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Months after installation, the pedestrian overpass opens.
Village and chamber leaders discuss ways to build Huntley's economic community.
The tea party meets on Wednesday, Feb. 22, at the Cosman Center.
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Patch wants to know how you plan to vote next month regarding Huntley's Electrical Aggregation referendum.
The Huntley Village Board will vote Thursday on a resolution authorizing an agreement with an energy consultant company.
Grafton residents can order food and reap considerable savings on groceries, organizers say.
Huntley officials are moving forward with efforts to add signage, landscaping and lighting improvements to promote Huntley's downtown district.
Streetscape improvements and energy consulting agreement to be discussed at tonight's Committee of the Whole meeting.
Village leaders strive to attract new businesses and help existing businesses grow through a new economic development plan and Huntleyfirst.com website.
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