Kendall ponders park projects

Kendall will continue to consider enhancements at Glenwood Park, but the village’s overall financial obligations will ultimately shape the park committee’s approach, board member and park committee chair Art Keenan reported at the village board’s meeting Aug. 9.

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    Another flood-damaged Ontario structure met its end Monday.

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