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- 2 Officials seek help ID'ing woman killed by semi on U.S. 30
- 3 Four teens charged in killing at River Oaks Mall
- 4 Munster man expected to serve 11 years under OWI plea agreement
- 5 Trees, utility poles downed as storm slams region
LYNWOOD | The Village Board on Tuesday approved an ordinance detailing its appropriation of just under $9.2 million to maintain municipal government for the current fiscal year.
LYNWOOD | The village picked up another new business at Tuesday night’s board meeting.
Village President Gene Williams
LYNWOOD | The Village Board approved Tuesday an increase of $46,000 for the village president's salary -- more than doubling it to $85,000 effective April 2013.
LYNWOOD | To Gene Williams, the idea of losing additional tax collections to the state is the last straw.
LYNWOOD | The Village Board took a few minutes Tuesday to praise the Public Works department for the work done during the Feb. 2-3 blizzard.
LYNWOOD | The Village Board passed a rezoning ordinance at Tuesday's meeting to help further new development within the Spring Meadows subdivision.
LYNWOOD | The village is considering a proposal to build upscale duplexes at the corner of Torrence Avenue and Spring Meadows Lane.
Lynwood Mayor Gene Williams, left, congratulates Lynwood resident Philip Mascarello after he was awarded the Legion of Honor during ceremonies honoring area veterans who served in France during World War II.
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