While restaurants will begin outdoor dining services as early as Friday, May 29, Dine on Duane is expected to open in early June. The Dine on Duane site plan, which will occupy the eastbound lane of Duane Street between Main Street and the Civic Center drive, will include a 120 foot tent, picnic tables, festive lighting and turf grass just outside the tent for additional seating. Village staff is continuing to coordinate logistics regarding cleaning, garbage and sanitation stations for the outdoor dining venue. In addition, other smaller scale outdoor dining pocket parks are planned in the downtown, which will include locations on both the north and south side of the tracks. … [Read more...] about Glen Ellyn Sets Outdoor Dining Plans In Motion This Weekend
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One refrain against 529 expansion comes from the public school teacher unions and the education complex at large, which incessantly claim that any school choice incentive or benefit somehow takes money from public education. The National Education Association, for example, speciously claimed that expanding 529s somehow would “hurt neighborhood public schools and students.” This zero-sum argument by the NEA and others is unfounded and bogus. … [Read more...] about The House has a plan that will expand income equality and education access — the Senate should follow suit
New Hampshire's Fish and Game Department reminds anglers fishing with friends to maintain the recommended 6 feet of social distancing, whether from a shore or a boat. All other fishing regulations apply, including season dates and bag limits. … [Read more...] about New Hampshire ‘Free Fishing Day’ is June 6
Back for its fifth year, the newly expanded Art in the Garden is a unique showcase of art and nature, for all ages. Find a wide variety of juried art displayed by talented artists who will be on hand to meet with visitors in the "Artist Village" near the Margot Picnic Shelters. The Artist Village is a place where visitors and artists can mix, mingle, stroll, eat and shop! … [Read more...] about Art in the Garden This Weekend! And more… At the Arboretum, all kids 15 and under free with paid adult admission.
The recommendations also include interrupting "white supremacist culture," closing juvenile detention centers, providing city-wide free internet, increase "30% the number city government leadership positions held by women and people from communities affected by marginalization," to name a few. … [Read more...] about Free abortions, pre-K sex ed: Conservatives blast Boise mayor’s transition report as ‘socialist wish list’