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Ballot position lottery Dec. 26

lottery to determine ballot position for the April 2, 2019 Consolidated Election will take place Dec. 26 at Village Hall.

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Filing objections to nominating petitions

Those seeking to file objections to nominating petitions can do so from Dec. 18 to 21 and Dec. 26 at Village Hall.
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Vegetation management in Tinley

ComEd is performing vegetation management activities on distribution circuits in Tinley Park. ComEd has provided a map of the current work area.

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Pre-filing for local elections

Those seeking to file original nomination papers for independent, new political party and nonpartisan candidates for the April 2 election can do so Dec. 10; Dec. 11 to Dec. 14; and Dec. 17 at Village Hall.
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Flags at half-staff

Village flags have been lowered to half-staff until Dec. 30 in honor of former President George H.W. Bush, who passed away Nov. 30 at the age of 94.
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Keep the Wreath Red

The fire department has placed wreaths with red bulbs in front of all four fire stations. If a fire occurs during the holiday season in which decorations are determined to be involved, one of the red bulbs will be changed to a white bulb.
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Comment Card program begins

The Village  is offering a new Comment Card program in an effort to maintain high customer service levels.

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A call to artists

The Village will host its 16th annual Benches on the Avenue program from May to October next year in Downtown Tinley and is seeking artists who are interested in participating.
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Police Department News and Events

Visit the Tinley Park Police Department's News and Events page for the latest information.
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Village meetings streamed live

Tinley Park Board meetings are streamed live on the Village's YouTube channel.

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Mayor's Corner

'Love is Harmony' event combats divisiveness

In today's America, it can seem like we are becoming more divisive and less connected to our neighbors and communities. As a direct response to that divisiveness and disconnection, my office partnered with a few organizations in Tinley Park to put on an event that combats this divisiveness with messages of love and positivity. The Love is Harmony event was created as an opportunity for members of our community to get together and show that Tinley Park is a community built on love, mutual respect, togetherness and harmony.
- Mayor Jacob C. Vandenberg