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Swearing in of Newly Elected Officials

Swearing in of Newly Elected Officials

You are cordially invited to the Village of Dolton's next board meeting which includes the swearing in of newly elected Trustees and a 2017 State of the Village message to be delivered by Mayor Riley H. Rogers. It will be a memorable evening that you won't want to miss! WHEN: Monday, May 1st, 2017 at 6:30PM WHERE: The Dorchester Banquet Hall - Shawn K. Sims Crystal Ballroom  Continue Reading
Annual Financial Reports

Annual Financial Reports

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'Take Another Look' - Public Affairs & Current Events Show

'Take Another Look' - Public Affairs & Current Events Show

'Take Another Look' is a current events and public affairs program bringing you timely news and important information you can use. Episode 1 - Alexandria Hines - Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC) Episode 2 - Pat Jennings - Head Football Coach, Thornridge High School Falcons Episode 3 - Riley H. Rogers - Village of Dolton Mayor Episode 4 - Allyson Vaulx - American Cancer Society Episode 5 - Dr. Gale Frazier and Stephen K. Merritt on Jobs for Returning Citizens Episode 6 - Dr. Carla Hightower - Living Health Works Episode 7 - Atty. Mario A. Reed - Office of the Cook County Recorder of Deeds Episode 8 - Bonita Parker - ComEdContinue Reading
Watch previous Board Meetings

Watch previous Board Meetings

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Property Maintenance Notice

Property Maintenance Notice

Property Maintenance Notice IMPC 304.2 Grass and Weeds. All premises and exterior shall be maintained free from grass, weeds or plant growth in excess of 8 inches. In an effort to clean up the alleys in The Village of Dolton we are asking that all residents please check the alley area of your property and cut down all tall weeds and grass, trim back all overgrown trees and bushes along your fence line and any that over hanging into the alley. Clean up and bag all debris, and place all tree branches and limbs in string tied bundles 4ft in length on theContinue Reading