Community Update and Job Resources, Recent 34th District Events
Dear Community Members,
In my continuing effort to keep you informed regarding developments affecting the residents of the 34th District, I wanted to take a moment to thank you for your continued support.
My mission as your State Representative is to improve the quality of life for the communities we serve. We continue to work collectively with the communities making up the 34th District in order to strengthen community and governmental relations as we continue to put our families and communities first.
The work I am doing in Springfield seeks to improve the quality of our schools, strengthening the middle class by creating good jobs, bringing fiscal discipline to Springfield, and passing common sense public safety initiatives to make our streets safer.
Again, thank you for entrusting me with this great responsibility, and supporting the work that we do here in the 34th District.
Chicago's Winter Overnight Parking Ban Is In Effect
Chicago's winter overnight parking ban is in effect. The ban affects parking on 107 miles of arterial streets and is enforced from 3 a.m. to 7 a.m. until March 31, 2017.
Violators face a minimum $150 towing fee, $60 ticket and a storage fee of $20 per-day, the city said. The vehicles will be towed to Pound 2 at 10301 S. Doty Ave. and Pound 6 at 701 N. Sacremento.
"During a snow storm it is critical that crews are able to plow and salt Chicago's main streets. This helps us restore the city to normal as quickly as possible, and ensures that buses can access routes to take passengers to work, school and along their daily routines," said Commissioner Charles L. Williams in a press release. "Residents can assist us in this effort by checking signs and following posted restrictions
Bikes & Books at Carter Temple
As we celebrate one of Chatham's greatest resources, our children, Carter Temple Church sponsors the "Christmas Bikes and Books" Campaign. The goal is to provide bikes and books to 100 children in the Chatham and surrounding communities. The items will be distributed during a holiday brunch on Saturday, December 17th from 10am-12pm at the church.
Please help us spread the word! If you know of any children in need of bikes and books, please ask them to contact the church office at 773.874.0175 to obtain an application.
CURRENT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
The following positions are currently vacant within the Tollway
Human Resources will accept applications, with resumes from:
November 23, 2016 through December 8, 2016
To be selected for a position, an applicant must (1) meet the minimum requirements of the job posting, (2) pass a written exam (if applicable), (3) satisfy a background check (which may be extensive), (4) pass an oral interview, during which the interviewer(s)will further evaluate the applicant's qualifications and (5) provide certified transcripts, certifications, and/or license upon candidate processing and/or transfer, if the position requires a degree, certification, and/or license.
Internal Applicants who are current employees must have worked in their current position long enough to pass probation to be eligible to apply for the position. In addition, applicants are also subjected to an internal investigation which includes an evaluation of their work record, safety and discipline records, their performance assessments and time and attendance records (including late starts and early quits) for the preceding 12 months. (Authorized absences will not be included for purposes of assessing whether attendance is satisfactory.)
Position: Building Maintenance Manager (Marengo, Illinois)
Salary Grade: G-7 EO-6
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