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New genocide commission becomes law 2010-07-22 None Skokie Review, Thursday, July 22, 2010 , p. 10 Government - Illinois, Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center, Laws and regulations
Township officials hear details on ed reform bill 2004-12-09 None Skokie Review, Thursday, December 9, 2004, p. 6 McGowan, James, Neighbors for Strong Schools, Government - Illinois, Silverman, Robert, Van Dusen, George, Armour, Nelson, Laws and regulations, Center for Tax and Budget Accountability, Schools - Finances
Skokie woman seeks ban on yo-yo balls 2003-09-11 None Skokie Review, Thursday, September 11, 2003, p. 5 Government - U.S., Lipin, Lisa, Laws and regulations, Games
Curfew laws limit nights for teenagers 2003-07-17 None Skokie Review, Thursday, July 17, 2003, p. 3 Teenagers, Laws and regulations
School lunch eligibility scrutinized 2003-05-01 None Skokie Review, Thursday, May 1, 2003, p. 10 Schools, Food and nutrition, Laws and regulations
Skokie library warns patrons about possible investigations 2003-04-17 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, April 17, 2003, Sec. 1, p. 1 Terrorism, Skokie Public Library, Laws and regulations
Libraries comply with new U.S. spy powers 2003-04-03 None Skokie Review, Thursday, April 3, 2003, p. 5 Anthony, Carolyn, Terrorism, Skokie Public Library, Laws and regulations
Trustees should put brakes on a total Skokie scooter ban 2002-10-31 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, October 31, 2002, Sec. 1, p. 6 Scooters, Skokie Board of Trustees, Gelder, Michael, Rigoni, Al, Editorial, Laws and regulations
Hate bill becomes law 2002-09-05 None Skokie Review, Thursday, September 5, 2002, p. 14 Crime and criminals - Hate crimes, Silverstein, Ira, Government - Illinois, Laws and regulations
Upper grade students should be allowed to use cell phones 2002-09-05 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, September 5, 2002, Sec. 1, p. 6 Telephones - Cellular, Public School District 219 (Niles Township High Schools) - Policies, Editorial, Laws and regulations, Szachowicz, Sharon Deemar
District 219 mulls allowing students to use cellular phones 2002-09-05 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, September 5, 2002, Sec. 1, p. 1 Telephones - Cellular, Borek, Sam, Public School District 219 (Niles Township High Schools) - Policies, Silverman, Robert, Laws and regulations, Szachowicz, Sharon Deemar
Officials consider new school law 2002-08-22 None Skokie Review, Thursday, August 22, 2002, p. 7 Public School District 73 - Evaluations, Maier, Allan, Illinois School Report Card, Illinois Standards Achievement Test (ISAT), No Child Left Behind Act, Standardized tests, Campbell, Karen, Public School District 69 - Evaluations, Laws and regulations, Public School District 73 1/2 - Evaluations, Kamm, Marlene
New law's requirements 2002-08-22 None Skokie Review, Thursday, August 22, 2002, p. 6 Schools, No Child Left Behind Act, Standardized tests, Laws and regulations
Choice may not work, says ex-state school chief 2002-08-22 None Skokie Review, Thursday, August 22, 2002, p. 6 Kress, Sandy, Schools, No Child Left Behind Act, Standardized tests, McGee, Max, Laws and regulations
Title I schools first to face sanctions 2002-08-22 None Skokie Review, Thursday, August 22, 2002, p. 5 Schools - Finances, No Child Left Behind Act, Laws and regulations
Schools' task? Close the gap 2002-08-22 None Skokie Review, Thursday, August 22, 2002, p. 5 Prairie State Achievement Examination (PSAE), Schools, Illinois Standards Achievement Test (ISAT), No Child Left Behind Act, Standardized tests, Laws and regulations
Leaving no child behind 2002-08-22 None Skokie Review, Thursday, August 22, 2002, p. 18 Schools, No Child Left Behind Act, Editorial, Laws and regulations
Skokie to 'boot' parking scofflaws 2002-06-06 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, June 6, 2002, Sec. 1, p. 1 Skokie - Budget and expenditures, Plote Construction, Maniscalco, Shaden, SKC Construction Inc., Pierce Manufacturing, Gelder, Michael, Internet, Hardin Paving Co., Skokie Board of Fire and Police Commissioners, Skokie Board of Trustees, Meyer, Barbara, Skokie Plan Commission, Skokie - Fees and fines, American Engineering Inc., Marek, David, Parking, Awards, prizes, etc., Skokie Police Department, Rigoni, Al, Laws and regulations, Franczak, Darek
Village tightens law on teen drinking 2002-05-09 None Skokie Review, Thursday, May 9, 2002, p. 3 Teenagers, Mangler, Barbara, Abrams, Bruce, Alcohol, Schaefer, George, Van Dusen, George, Schaefer's Wines, Foods and Spirits, Binny's Beverage Depot, Laws and regulations
Skokie trustees should can new beer keg law 2002-05-02 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, May 2, 2002, Sec. 1, p. 8 Alcohol, Editorial, Laws and regulations
Skokie clamps a tight lid on sales of beer kegs 2002-04-25 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, April 25, 2002, Sec. 1, p. 1 Austin Liquors, Alcohol, Van Dusen, George, Gold Standard Enterprises Inc., Binny's Beverage Depot, Laws and regulations, Fornek, Walter J.
Spring spruce-ups may require a permit 2002-03-21 None Skokie Review, Thursday, March 21, 2002, p. 8 Renovation and repair, Construction, Hanson, Wayne, Laws and regulations
Rep. Lang sponsors bill to protect hate crime victims' insurance 2002-02-28 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, February 28, 2002, Sec. 1, p. 1 Crime and criminals - Hate crimes, Insurance, Lang, Louis, Laws and regulations
A good compromise 2001-12-06 None Skokie Review, Thursday, December 6, 2001, p. 16 Government - Illinois, Open Meetings Act, Editorial, Laws and regulations
Assembly OKs bill on closed meetings 2001-12-06 None Skokie Review, Thursday, December 6, 2001, p. 14 Dart, Thomas, Government - Illinois, Open Meetings Act, Laws and regulations
New urgency for tracking foreign college students 2001-11-22 None Skokie Review, Thursday, November 22, 2001, p. 11 Oakton Community College, Brown, Michele, Laws and regulations, Foreign exchange students
District 219 board mulls Internet filters 2001-10-18 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, October 18, 2001, Sec. 1, p. 1 Ballard, Guy, Public School District 219 (Niles Township High Schools) - Policies, Internet, Laws and regulations, Children's Internet Protection Act
Libraries ignore Internet filter law 2001-09-06 None Skokie Review, Thursday, September 6, 2001, p. 5 Czarnecki, Cary, Libraries, Vernon Area Public Library, Krug, Judith, Internet, Swafford, Micah, Laws and regulations, Lincolnwood Public Library, Children's Internet Protection Act, Anthony, Carolyn, Flynn, Kellie, Litigation
Just say no 2001-09-06 None Skokie Review, Thursday, September 6, 2001, p. 14 Censorship, Libraries, Internet, Editorial, Laws and regulations, Children's Internet Protection Act
And who would gladly teach? 2001-07-12 None Skokie Review, Thursday, July 12, 2001, p. 5 Loucks, Hazel, Schoenberg, Jeffrey, Schools - Teachers and personnel, Schusteff, David, Magee, Max, Thull, Lori, Armour, Nelson, Salaries, Laws and regulations
Teacher shortage 2001-07-12 None Skokie Review, Thursday, July 12, 2001, p. 14 Schools - Teachers and personnel, Editorial, Laws and regulations, Salaries
Hamos Holocaust bill still on hold 2001-05-10 None Skokie Review, Thursday, May 10, 2001, p. 14 Insurance, Hamos, Julie, Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945), Holocaust Victims Insurance Law, Laws and regulations
Tax cap loophole aims at school repairs 2001-05-03 None Skokie Review, Thursday, May 3, 2001, p. 5 Schools - Finances, Ey, Gary, National Taxpayers United of Illinois, Taxation - Property tax, Tobin, James, Bramlet, Timothy S., Taxpayers' Federation of Illinois, Laws and regulations
Changing permit law was wrong call at wrong time 2001-03-29 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, March 29, 2001, Sec. 1, p. 6 Protests, demonstrations, etc., Parades, Ku Klux Klan, Editorial, Laws and regulations
Klan rally rejected, permit law amended 2001-03-22 None Skokie Review, Thursday, March 22, 2001, p. 3 Protests, demonstrations, etc., National Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, Parades, Organizations and societies, McQueeney, Michael, Laws and regulations
Open meetings bill clears panel 2001-03-22 None Skokie Review, Thursday, March 22, 2001, p. 19 Government, Open Meetings Act, Illinois Press Association, Laws and regulations
Open meeting check needed 2001-03-22 None Skokie Review, Thursday, March 22, 2001, p. 16 Government, Open Meetings Act, Editorial, Laws and regulations
Skokie trustees rewrite rules to block second KKK rally 2001-03-22 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, March 22, 2001, Sec. 1, p. 1 Protests, demonstrations, etc., Parades, Organizations and societies, Ku Klux Klan, Laws and regulations
Nominations by the book 2001-03-01 None Skokie Review, Thursday, March 1, 2001, p. 12 Sohn, Herb, Bhatt, Subhash (Sam), Government - Niles Township, Smith, Paul, Public School District 219 (Niles Township High Schools) - Board - Elections, Editorial, Laws and regulations
New rules for alcohol use 2001-01-11 None Skokie Review, Thursday, January 11, 2001, p. 14 Silvestri, Peter, Alcohol, Cook County Forest Preserve District, Editorial, Laws and regulations
Day care change to reduce staff time 2000-11-09 None Skokie Review, Thursday, November 9, 2000, p. 16 Child care and day care centers, Zoning, Laws and regulations
Bills propose crackdown on problem drivers 2000-11-02 None Skokie Review, Thursday, November 2, 2000, p. 14 Alcohol, White, Jesse, Automobile drivers, Laws and regulations
Legislators seek faster Holocaust policy claims 2000-10-26 None Skokie Review, Thursday, October 26, 2000, p. 8 Insurance, Illinois Department of Insurance, Shapo, Nathaniel, Lang, Louis, Allianz A.G., International Commission on Holocaust Era Insurance Claims (ICHEIC), Fox, Ed, Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945), Laws and regulations, Fireman's Fund Insurance, Cohen, Howard
Fund assisted living law 2000-10-12 None Skokie Review, Thursday, October 12, 2000, p. 16 Aged, Housing, Editorial, Laws and regulations
Unmasking the great imitator 2000-08-17 None Skokie Review, Thursday, August 17, 2000, p. A11 MacGregor, Mary, Illinois Department of Public Health, Midwest Task Force of the Lyme Disease Foundation, Diseases - Lyme disease, Thaler, Renee, Schmidt, Mark, Laws and regulations
Purging patronage 2000-07-06 None Skokie Review, Thursday, July 6, 2000, p. 16 Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (MWRD), Schoenberg, Jeffrey, Peters, Connie, Editorial, Laws and regulations
Chicago alderman seeks use of suburban cabs for seniors 2000-07-06 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, July 6, 2000, Sec. 1, p. 1 Taxi cabs, Moberg, John, Checker Taxi Association, Doherty, Brian, Aged, Laws and regulations
Purging patronage 2000-06-15 None Skokie Review, Thursday, June 15, 2000, p. 18 Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (MWRD), Peters, Connie, Politics, Editorial, Laws and regulations
Africa trade, education top Congress' agenda 2000-05-11 None Skokie Review, Thursday, May 11, 2000, p. 20 Schools - Finances, Government - U.S., Schools - Charter schools, Laws and regulations
Parents should be responsible 2000-05-04 None Skokie Review, Thursday, May 4, 2000, p. 14 Parents and parenting, Editorial, Laws and regulations, Divorce
Congress approves budget blueprint 2000-04-20 None Skokie Review, Thursday, April 20, 2000, p. 18 Government - U.S., Budget and expenditures, Firearms, Taxation, Laws and regulations
Rules keep arrest information hidden 2000-04-13 None Skokie Review, Thursday, April 13, 2000, p. 5 Crime and criminals, Laws and regulations
Local police chiefs take wary stance 2000-04-13 None Skokie Review, Thursday, April 13, 2000, p. 5 Halas, James, Crime and criminals, Laws and regulations, Skokie Police Department
New rules hurt public 2000-04-13 None Skokie Review, Thursday, April 13, 2000, p. 18 Crime and criminals, Editorial, Laws and regulations
Bill supports school libraries 2000-04-13 None Skokie Review, Thursday, April 13, 2000, p. 10 Hamos, Julie, School libraries, Laws and regulations
House OKs $12.6 billion in additional spending 2000-04-06 None Skokie Review, Thursday, April 6, 2000, p. 91 Government - U.S., Drugs, Budget and expenditures, American flag, Laws and regulations
House repeals Social Security earnings limit 2000-03-09 None Skokie Review, Thursday, March 9, 2000, p. 16 Education, Government - U.S., Social Security, Firearms, Laws and regulations
Draft tree law irks trustee 2000-03-02 None Skokie Review, Thursday, March 2, 2000, p. 8 Stevens, Catherine, McCabe, Frank, Trees, Paradise, Morton, Gelder, Michael, Laws and regulations
Gun control foes take aim at group 2000-02-24 None Skokie Review, Thursday, February 24, 2000, p. 3 National Rifle Association (NRA), Illinois State Rifle Association, Young, Steve, Young, Maurine Katcher, Firearms, Organizations and societies, Bell Campaign, Laws and regulations
Mayor, Rigoni deny charges 2000-02-24 None Skokie Review, Thursday, February 24, 2000, p. 3 Firearms, Organizations and societies, Van Dusen, George, Bell Campaign, Municipal employees, Rigoni, Al, Laws and regulations
Village link claimed in pro-gun push 2000-02-17 None Skokie Review, Thursday, February 17, 2000, p. 3 Illinois State Rifle Association, Firearms, Organizations and societies, Hartman, Steve, Bell Campaign, Municipal employees, Laws and regulations
Silverstein backs tougher penalty for hate crimes 2000-02-10 None Skokie Review, Thursday, February 10, 2000, p. 9 Crime and criminals - Hate crimes, Crime and criminals - Murder, Silverstein, Ira, Death penalty, Laws and regulations
Municipal conference sets legislative agenda 2000-02-03 None Skokie Review, Thursday, February 3, 2000, p. 8 Public utilities, Refuse and refuse disposal, Northwest Municipal Conference, Firearms, Organizations and societies, Laws and regulations
Skokie waiting to see impact of train horns 2000-02-03 None Skokie Review, Thursday, February 3, 2000, p. 3 Railroads, Noise, Chicago Transit Authority (CTA), Laws and regulations
Put votes online 2000-01-20 None Skokie Review, Thursday, January 20, 2000, p. 12 Government - Illinois, Internet, Editorial, Laws and regulations
Holocaust reparation tax exemption signed 2000-01-13 None Skokie Review, Thursday, January 13, 2000, p. 10 Government - Illinois, Taxation, Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945), Laws and regulations
Lawyer reveals secrets of business theft 1999-12-16 None Skokie Review, Thursday, December 16, 1999, p. 81 Crime and criminals - Theft, Authors, Business, Books, Commercial Espionage : 79 Ways Competitors Can Get Any Business Secrets, Parad, Brois, Laws and regulations
How area lawmakers voted 1999-12-02 None Skokie Review, Thursday, December 2, 1999, p. 10 Government - U.S., Budget and expenditures, Employees, Disabled, Laws and regulations
How area lawmakers voted 1999-11-25 None Skokie Review, Thursday, November 25, 1999, p. 12 Government - U.S., Budget and expenditures, Crime and criminals, Television, Laws and regulations
How area lawmakers voted 1999-11-18 None Skokie Review, Thursday, November 18, 1999, p. 16 Government - U.S., Parents and parenting, Separation of church and state, Internet, Laws and regulations
Archaic state law keeps secrets from adoptees 1999-11-11 None Skokie Review, Thursday, November 11, 1999, p. 19 Editorial, Laws and regulations, Adoption
How area lawmakers voted 1999-11-04 None Skokie Review, Thursday, November 4, 1999, p. 12 Government - U.S., Laws and regulations
How area lawmakers voted 1999-10-21 None Skokie Review, Thursday, October 21, 1999, p. 25 Government - U.S., Laws and regulations
State's attorney wants stiff gun laws 1999-09-09 None Skokie Review, Thursday, September 9, 1999, p. 5 Dick, Firearms, Devine, Richard, Laws and regulations
Records law needs dentures 1999-09-02 None Skokie Review, Thursday, September 2, 1999, p. 18 Government, Freedom of Information Act, Editorial, Laws and regulations
Tougher smoking laws stall in Springfield 1999-08-05 None Skokie Review, Thursday, August 5, 1999, p. 8 Teenagers, Holbrooke, Thomas, Lyons, Eileen, Smoking, Laws and regulations
Local project in state plan 1999-05-27 None Skokie Review, Thursday, May 27, 1999, p. 10 Gross Point Road, Illinois First, Government - Illinois, Transportation, Streets - Maintenance and repair, Laws and regulations
Ethics in the dark 1999-05-20 None Skokie Review, Thursday, May 20, 1999, p. 18 Ethics, Newspapers, Litigation, Pioneer Press Newspapers, Editorial, Laws and regulations
Car phone limits bill stalls in Springfield 1999-05-06 None Skokie Review, Thursday, May 6, 1999, p. 20 Telephones - Cellular, Automobile drivers, Laws and regulations
Mental health standards bill stuck in Ill. Senate 1999-05-06 None Skokie Review, Thursday, May 6, 1999, p. 10 Lang, Louis, Health - Mental, Laws and regulations
Park units put at risk 1999-03-18 None Skokie Review, Thursday, March 18, 1999, p. 14 Skokie Park District, Accidents, Laws and regulations
Park districts fear liability in new law 1999-03-11 None Skokie Review, Thursday, March 11, 1999, p. 11 Skokie Park District, Accidents, Laws and regulations, Illinois Association of Park Districts
Bill would require alternatives 1999-03-04 None Skokie Review, Thursday, March 4, 1999, p. 5 Gash, Lauren Beth, Science, Schools - Curriculum, Laws and regulations
Health care, tax-relief bills merit attention 1999-02-25 None Skokie Review, Thursday, February 25, 1999, p. 14 Health care, Editorial, Laws and regulations
New EPA rules don't worry Skokie officials 1998-09-17 None Skokie Review, Thursday, September 17, 1998, p. 3 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Trucks, Automobiles, Environment, Pollution - Air, Laws and regulations
Election judges get increases in pay 1998-09-10 None Skokie Review, Thursday, September 10, 1998, p. 13 Elections, Laws and regulations, Salaries
Open up in the name of the law 1998-08-27 None Skokie Review, Thursday, August 27, 1998, p. 16 Public School District 68, Editorial, Laws and regulations
Lawyer says D68 could be sued 1998-08-27 None Skokie Review, Thursday, August 27, 1998, p. 11 Public School District 68, Illinois Open Meetings Act, Laws and regulations
D68 panel breaks law, report says 1998-08-20 None Skokie Review, Thursday, August 20, 1998, p. 3 Public School District 68, Open Meetings Act, Laws and regulations
Officials, critics react to open meetings report 1998-08-20 None Skokie Review, Thursday, August 20, 1998, p. 3 Public School District 68, Brooks, Carolyn, Bennett, Paul, Kersten, Thomas, Open Meetings Act, Laws and regulations
Cost of new pension law calculated by schools 1998-06-18 None Skokie Review, Thursday, June 18, 1998, p. 6 Schools - Teachers and personnel, Teacher Retirement System, Retirement, Laws and regulations
Campaign fund law hailed as a first victory 1998-06-04 None Skokie Review, Thursday, June 4, 1998, p. 5 Campaign financing, Illinois Common Cause, Laws and regulations
Medical benefits boosted for Skokie village workers 1998-05-28 None Skokie Review, Thursday, May 28, 1998, p. 8 Health care, Insurance, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, Municipal employees, Laws and regulations
Lawmakers get back to political business 1998-03-26 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, March 26, 1998, Sec. 1, p. 1 Schoenberg, Jeffrey, Government - Illinois, Lang, Louis, Laws and regulations
School districts assess new state funding impact 1998-01-15 None Skokie Review, Thursday, January 15, 1998, p. 3 Schools - Finances, Public School District 68 - Budget and expenditures, Government - Illinois, Public School District 73 1/2 - Budget and expenditures, Public School District 69 - Budget and expenditures, Public School District 73 - Budget and expenditures, Public School District 72 - Budget and expenditures, Laws and regulations
Illinois laws take effect with new year's arrival 1998-01-01 None Skokie Review, Thursday, January 1, 1998, p. 10 Government - Illinois, Laws and regulations
Come 1999, Niles North and West project $200,000 loss in state revenue 1997-12-18 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, December 18, 1997, Sec. 1, p. 9 Budget and expenditures, Government - Illinois, Public School District 219 (Niles Township High Schools), Laws and regulations
Lang reluctant on school bill vote reversal 1997-12-11 None Skokie Review, Thursday, December 11, 1997, p. 9 Schools - Finances, Government - Illinois, Lang, Louis, Laws and regulations
Flawed reform 1997-12-11 None Skokie Review, Thursday, December 11, 1997, p. 14 Schools - Finances, Government - Illinois, Editorial, Laws and regulations
Post-vote reaction on school-funding legislation 1997-12-04 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, December 4, 1997, Sec. 1, p. 1 Schakowsky, Janice, Schools - Finances, Government - Illinois, Lang, Louis, Laws and regulations
A sales tax that isn't 1997-11-20 None Skokie Review, Thursday, November 20, 1997, p. 18 Government - Illinois, Taxation - Sales tax, Editorial, Laws and regulations
Graduated licensing : New system helps protect teen drivers' lives 1997-09-11 None Skokie Review, Thursday, September 11, 1997, p. 19 Teenagers, Automobile drivers, Editorial, Laws and regulations
Park districts seek to relax child labor law 1997-09-04 None Skokie Review, Thursday, September 4, 1997, p. 3 Teenagers, Employment, Parks, Laws and regulations, Illinois Association of Park Districts
HMO debate : Patients need more consumer protections 1997-08-14 None Skokie Review, Thursday, August 14, 1997, p. 19 Health care, Medicare, Consumers, American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), Editorial, Laws and regulations
New tax exclusion may hike home sales 1997-08-07 None Skokie Review, Thursday, August 7, 1997, p. 11 Taxation - Property tax, Laws and regulations
Seniors left without cash 1997-07-31 None Skokie Review, Thursday, July 31, 1997, p. 18 Red Tape Cutter Program, Aged, Editorial, Laws and regulations
Three teens snagged for curfew violations 1997-07-10 None Skokie Review, Thursday, July 10, 1997, p. 7 Teenagers, Laws and regulations, Bokserman, Vladislav Y.
School funding : Making the case for Edgar's reform plan 1997-06-19 None Skokie Review, Thursday, June 19, 1997, p. 17 Schools, Editorial, Laws and regulations
Back DUI bill with greater enforcement 1997-06-19 None Skokie Review, Thursday, June 19, 1997, p. 16 Crime and criminals - Drunk driving, Editorial, Laws and regulations
School bill failure draws mixed review 1997-06-05 None Skokie Review, Thursday, June 5, 1997, p. 3 Schools, Laws and regulations
Park Board quizzes on boating rules 1997-06-05 None Skokie Review, Thursday, June 5, 1997, p. 10 Sports - Boating, Skokie Park District, North Shore Channel, Laws and regulations
Local vote mixed on school-funding plan 1997-06-05 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, June 5, 1997, Sec. 1, p. 6 Schools - Finances, Capparelli, Ralph, Government - Illinois, Dudycz, Walter, Laws and regulations
Bill bans exclusive court info contracts 1997-05-22 None Skokie Review, Thursday, May 22, 1997, p. 9 CivicLink, Illinois Press Association, Courts, Computers, Ameritech Illinois, Laws and regulations
School, village elections merger law sent to Edgar 1997-05-22 None Skokie Review, Thursday, May 22, 1997, p. 8 Elections, Schools, Laws and regulations
Smart legislation 1997-05-22 None Skokie Review, Thursday, May 22, 1997, p. 18 Elections, Editorial, Laws and regulations
CivicLink law the right step 1997-05-22 None Skokie Review, Thursday, May 22, 1997, p. 18 CivicLink, Courts, Computers, Ameritech Illinois, Editorial, Laws and regulations
Bill allows taxpayers to make 'donations' to schools 1997-05-22 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, May 22, 1997, Sec. 1, p. 1 Government - Illinois, Schools, Charities, Do It Yourself Education Funding, Laws and regulations
Mosquito Board tightens rules for its meetings 1997-05-15 None Skokie Review, Thursday, May 15, 1997, p. 13 Drucker, Dave, North Shore Mosquito Abatement District, Richmond, Jack, Smith, Jum, Laws and regulations
Open housing laws apply to all landlords: village 1997-05-01 None Skokie Review, Thursday, May 1, 1997, p. 3 Skokie Human Relations Commission, Rivenson, Meryl, Housing, Laws and regulations
Lang folds gambling bill 1997-04-24 None Skokie Review, Thursday, April 24, 1997, p. 5 Gambling and lotteries, Government - Illinois, Lang, Louis, Laws and regulations
Let nurses be nurses 1997-04-17 None Skokie Review, Thursday, April 17, 1997, p. 18 Health care workers, Schools - Teachers and personnel, Editorial, Laws and regulations
Immigrant benefit issues dominate town meeting 1997-04-10 None Skokie Review, Thursday, April 10, 1997, p. 5 Schakowsky, Janice, Immigrants, Welfare, Laws and regulations
Ban introduced on altered pol photos 1997-04-03 None Skokie Review, Thursday, April 3, 1997, p. 9 Callaghan, Peter, Elections, Dudycz, Walter, Photography, Laws and regulations
Lang to push gambling bill 1997-04-03 None Skokie Review, Thursday, April 3, 1997, p. 14 Gambling and lotteries, Government - Illinois, Lang, Louis, Laws and regulations
Dudycz seeks laws to ban altering of pix, same-sex insurance benefits 1997-03-20 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, March 20, 1997, Sec. 1, p. 13 Insurance, Government - Illinois, Elections, Dudycz, Walter, Laws and regulations
Law to expedite DCFS wards' adoption 1997-03-06 None Skokie Review, Thursday, March 6, 1997, p. 13 Illinois Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS), Szymanski, Gabriella, Laws and regulations, Adoption
Abusing the law 1997-02-27 None Skokie Review, Thursday, February 27, 1997, p. 18 Disabled - Physically, Parking, Editorial, Laws and regulations
Divorce equity bill awaits signature 1997-01-23 None Skokie Review, Thursday, January 23, 1997, p. 14 Chicago Bar Association (CBA) Domestic Relations Committee, Brandeis, Arlene, Government - Illinois, Coalition to End Financial Abuse in Marriage (& Divorce), Laws and regulations, Divorce
Leveling the field 1997-01-16 None Skokie Review, Thursday, January 16, 1997, p. 18 Chicago Bar Association (CBA) Domestic Relations Committee, Government - Illinois, Illinois Women's Bar Association, American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, Coalition to End Financial Abuse in Marriage (& Divorce), Editorial, Laws and regulations, Illinois State Bar Association (ISBA), Women
New year will ring in new Illinois laws 1996-12-26 None Skokie Review, Thursday, December 26, 1996, p. 5 Government - Illinois, Laws and regulations
Cigarette sales ordinance in effect 1996-12-26 None Skokie Review, Thursday, December 26, 1996, p. 4 Smoking, Laws and regulations
Local legislators sound off on Meigs melee : Majority vote against Edgar in battle over precious parcel of land 1996-12-12 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, December 12, 1996, Sec. 1, p. 1 Schoenberg, Jeffrey, Capparelli, Ralph, Government - Illinois, Dudycz, Walter, Laws and regulations
Retirement age not issue : Skokie 1996-11-28 None Skokie Review, Thursday, November 28, 1996, p. 14 Skokie Fire Department, Municipal employees, Retirement, Laws and regulations, Skokie Police Department
Override would retain freedom of state commission for the deaf 1996-11-28 None Skokie Review, Thursday, November 28, 1996, p. 10 Illinois Service Resource Agency, Deaf and Hard of Hearing Commission, Illinois Association of the Deaf, Center on Deafness, Laws and regulations
Lead disclosure tape offered 1996-11-21 None Skokie Review, Thursday, November 21, 1996, p. 109 Federal Lead Paint Disclosures Act, Movies, Business, Laws and regulations, Glazer Enterprises Inc.
State law dispute stalls Brighton plan 1996-10-24 None Skokie Review, Thursday, October 24, 1996, p. 5 Marriott Corporation, Housing - Senior housing, nursing homes, and assisted living, Brighton Gardens, Kosterka, Marcia, Laws and regulations
Enforce law, Park Board to tell village 1996-07-18 None Skokie Review, Thursday, July 18, 1996, p. 3 Skokie Park Board, Dammrich, Daniel, Rigoni, Al, Laws and regulations
Cutting red tape : Bill would help link seniors with services 1996-07-11 None Skokie Review, Thursday, July 11, 1996, p. 17 Red Tape Cutter Program, Chicago Community Trust and Retirement Research Foundation, American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), Aged, Area Agency on Aging, Editorial, Laws and regulations
New law aimed at out of district students 1996-07-04 None Skokie Review, Thursday, July 4, 1996, p. 5 Students, Laws and regulations
Small hike in state aid isn't enough, schools say 1996-05-30 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, May 30, 1996, Sec. 1, p. 1 Schools - Finances, Government - Illinois, Laws and regulations
Local pols give mixed review to funding plan 1996-05-02 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, May 2, 1996, Sec. 1, p. 1 Schools - Finances, Berman, Arthur, Government - Illinois, Lang, Louis, Daniels, Lee, Parker, Kathleen, Laws and regulations
Direct access : Patients know when they need skin care 1996-04-11 None Skokie Review, Thursday, April 11, 1996, p. 15 Health care, Editorial, Laws and regulations
Edens noise buffer gets lawmakers' boost 1996-02-08 None Skokie Review, Thursday, February 8, 1996, p. 5 Highways, Northwest Municipal Conference, Government - Illinois, Illinois Department of Transportation, Noise, Edens Expressway, Laws and regulations
State streamlining pleases educators 1996-01-25 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, January 25, 1996, Sec. 1, p. 4 Schools - Finances, Government - Illinois, Laws and regulations
96 rings in new laws 1996-01-04 None Skokie Review, Thursday, January 4, 1996, p. 5 Government - Illinois, Edgar, Jim, Laws and regulations
Long-standing school border dispute settled 1995-11-23 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, November 23, 1995, Sec. 1, p. 6 Public School District 69, Laws and regulations
No need to rewrite laws on elections 1995-11-09 None Skokie Review, Thursday, November 9, 1995, p. 18 Elections, Editorial, Laws and regulations
Handzel brochure use violates election code 1995-10-19 None Skokie Review, Thursday, October 19, 1995, p. 20 Handzel, John (Bill), Laws and regulations, Oakton Community College - Board
Cook worker residency rule makes sense 1995-10-19 None Skokie Review, Thursday, October 19, 1995, p. 18 Employees, Sutker, Calvin, Cook County, Editorial, Laws and regulations
Cook workers county residency rule proposed 1995-10-12 None Skokie Review, Thursday, October 12, 1995, p. 9 Employees, Sutker, Calvin, Cook County, Laws and regulations
Ballot eligibility still unresolved 1995-09-14 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, September 14, 1995, Sec. 1, p. 3 Alper, Sanford, Youngsteadt, Deborah, Public School District 219 (Niles Township High Schools) - Board - Elections, Wlodyga, Steven, Hagen, John, Weiner, Saul, Deemar, Sharon, Laws and regulations, Schwartz, Laura
Veto the boondoggle 1995-07-06 None Skokie Review, Thursday, July 6, 1995, p. 14 Government - Illinois, Editorial, Laws and regulations
Placing children : Changing state laws is not a hopeless cause 1995-05-18 None Skokie Review, Thursday, May 18, 1995, p. 17 Illinois Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS), Children, Courts, Illinois Foster System, Editorial, Laws and regulations
It ain't broke...MWRD opposes proposed district elections 1995-04-13 None Skokie Review, Thursday, April 13, 1995, p. 15 Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (MWRD), Editorial, Laws and regulations
More guns no answer to crime 1995-04-13 None Skokie Review, Thursday, April 13, 1995, p. 14 Andrew, Phil, Firearms, Goe-Karis, Adeline, Dillard, Kirk, Illinois Citizens for Handgun Control, Editorial, Laws and regulations
Law to close pumps 1995-03-02 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, March 2, 1995, Sec. 1, p. 6 Amoco, Business - Automobile service stations and gas stations, Svacina, Gary, Laws and regulations
Laws repeal could narrow worker's options 1995-02-16 None Skokie Review, Thursday, February 16, 1995, p. 20 Employees, Structural Work Act of 1907, Government - Illinois, Laws and regulations
Schools : What will fall into tax gap? 1995-02-16 None Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, February 16, 1995, Sec. 1, p. 1 Budget and expenditures, Public School District 68 - Budget and expenditures, Public School District 73 1/2 - Budget and expenditures, Public School District 219 (Niles Township High Schools), Taxation, Public School District 69 - Budget and expenditures, Public School District 73 - Budget and expenditures, Laws and regulations
ADA is no passport to a good job 1994-09-15 The passage of ADA doesn't insure that there will be jobs for the disabled. Skokie Review, Thursday, September 15, 1994, p. 81 Employment, Disabled, Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA), Laws and regulations
Smoking ban idea might get tabled 1994-08-04 An anti-smoking ordinance in Skokie may be tabled in anticipation of federal or state legislation. Skokie Review, Thursday, August 4, 1994, p. 3 Ordinances, Smoking, Laws and regulations
Will Skokie butt out? 1994-08-04 An anti-smoking ordinance in Skokie may be tabled in anticipation of federal or state legislation. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, August 4, 1994, Sec. 1, p. 1 Ordinances, Smoking, Laws and regulations
Condo escrow nixed 1994-07-07 Skokie trustees canceled a village requirement that condo developers put money into escrow accounts for at least one year. Skokie Review, Thursday, July 7, 1994, p. 6 Housing - Condominiums, Laws and regulations
Security deposit' compromise OK'd 1994-07-07 Skokie trustees canceled a village requirement that condo developers put money into escrow accounts for at least one year. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, July 7, 1994, Sec. 1, p. 3 Housing - Condominiums, Laws and regulations
Village to enforce schools' codes 1993-11-18 The village will help schools enforce residency and truancy rules for students. Skokie Review, Thursday, November 18, 1993, p. 3 Students, Laws and regulations
Dist. 219 wants help on 'illegal' students 1993-11-18 The village will help schools enforce residency and truancy rules for students. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, November 18, 1993, Sec. 1, p. 1 Schools, Laws and regulations
Bill may restrict area library use 1993-05-06 A proposed state law would restrict area library use. Skokie Review, Thursday, May 6, 1993, p. 11 Libraries, Laws and regulations
District says cap in Cook would hurt local schools 1993-05-06 If a proposed tax cap becomes law, District 219 could lose up to $3.3 million. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, May 6, 1993, Sec. 1, p. 1 Taxation - Property tax, Public School District 219 (Niles Township High Schools), Laws and regulations
Kids go to Springfield to push school-bus belts 1993-03-11 Students from Fairview School visited Springfield to urge that legislators require seat belts on school buses. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, March 11, 1993, Sec. 1, p. 1 Safety devices and measures, Public School District 72 - Student activities, School children - Transportation, Fairview South School, Laws and regulations
Village will install wheelchair ramps 1993-02-18 The village allocated funds to be spent in complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, February 18, 1993, Sec. 1, p. 3 Skokie - Budget and expenditures, Disabled, Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA), Laws and regulations
School coalition wants state to reject any new tax limits 1993-01-21 The Niles Township Legislative Coalition is urging legislators to block attempts to limit tax use by schools. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, January 21, 1993, Sec. 1, p. 1 Schools, Taxation, Laws and regulations, Niles Township Legislative Coalition
Trustees ease rule on parking downtown 1992-06-18 The Skokie Board of Trustees voted to ease parking restrictions in the downtown area. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, June 18, 1992, Sec. 1, p. 1 Parking, Laws and regulations
Schools troubled by downtown TIF district 1990-02-01 An Illinois state law designed to foster downtown revitalization has led to disputes between local taxing bodies. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, February 1, 1990, Sec. 1, p. 1 TIF (tax increment financing), Community development, Laws and regulations
New law keeps insurance company phones ringing 1990-01-11 Since January 1, 1990 when the state's mandatory auto insurance law became effective, local police have only issued a few tickets to motorists who lack insurance coverage. Skokie Review, Thursday, January 11, 1990, p. 8 Insurance, Laws and regulations
Looking ahead: suburbia in the '90s 1989-12-28 Area educators doubt that the state legislature will provide the funding necessary for schools to comply with a new law requiring almost all schools to expand their gifted education programs by 1991. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, December 28, 1989, Sec. 1, p. 1 Schools - Finances, School children - Gifted, Schools - Curriculum, Laws and regulations
Dixon promises seniors: I'll vote to repeal surtax 1989-08-31 U. S. Senator Alan Dixon promised a packed house of Skokie area senior citizens that he would vote to repeal a catastrophic health insurance surtax that has enraged many of them. Skokie Review, Thursday, August 31, 1989, p. 7 Government - U.S., Health care, Insurance, Aged, Dixon, Alan, Laws and regulations
Seniors grill Dixon on health-care tax 1989-08-31 More than 200 people came to Skokie Village Hall August 29 for a one-hour "Town Meeting" with U. S. Senator, Alan Dixon. Most of the questions concerned the 1988 Catastrophic Health Coverage Act. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, August 31, 1989, Sec. 1, p. 9 Government - U.S., Health care, Insurance, Catastrophic Health Coverage Act, Aged, Dixon, Alan, Laws and regulations
Centre East funding approved 1989-08-24 Governor James Thompson has signed legislation which will provide $10.2 million to upgrade Centre East for the Performing Arts. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, August 24, 1989, Sec. 1, p. 2 Performing arts, Centre East for the Performing Arts, Laws and regulations
No Title 1989-08-05 Local legislators are divided on two proposed tax-curb amendments to the state constitution. The amendments might make raising taxes more difficult. Life - Skokie edition (Weekend edition), Saturday, August 5, 1989, Sec. 1, p. 1 Government - Illinois, Taxation, Laws and regulations
Yard waste law to ease landfills 1989-07-20 After months of waiting for legislative action, Skokie and other Illinois communities now know how they must dispose of yard waste. Skokie Review, Thursday, July 20, 1989, p. 3 Refuse and refuse disposal, Laws and regulations
No Title 1989-06-03 H.O.M.E. (Home Ownership Made Easy), a bill the Illinois House passed 116-0 last week, may not be able to live up to its name, at least in the north suburban area, where housing prices have sky rocketed. Life - Skokie edition (Weekend edition), Saturday, June 3, 1989, Sec. 1, p. 1 Real estate, H.O.M.E. (Home Ownership Made Easy), Laws and regulations
Area towns, schools approve of tax hike 1989-05-25 Local governments and school districts would get double the amount of state money they now receive under a Democrat-sponsored bill to raise income taxes for 1990 and 1991. Skokie Review, Thursday, May 25, 1989, p. 7 Schools - Finances, Government, Taxation, Laws and regulations
Water restrictions are coming-like it or not 1989-05-18 Skokie has never had any restrictions on lawn sprinkling but will impose them as soon as new rules put in place by the Illinois Department of Transportation's Division of Water Resources take effect. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, May 18, 1989, Sec. 1, p. 1 Illinois Department of Transportation, Water supply, Laws and regulations
No Title 1989-05-06 Skokie Police Chief William Miller is a supporter of a bill that would require automatic suspension of a driver's license for drivers caught with a blood level alcohol of .08 or higher. Life - Skokie edition (Weekend edition), Saturday, May 6, 1989, Sec. 1, p. 1 Miller, William, Crime and criminals - Drunk driving, Laws and regulations
Chamber opposing mandatory insurance 1989-05-04 Area businessmen are vehemently opposing a state bill that would force employers to provide health insurance for part-time workers. Skokie Review, Thursday, May 4, 1989, p. 13 Insurance, Employees, Laws and regulations
Niles Twp. GOP sunk by ballot law 1989-01-19 An obscure election law has aborted a new party's bid to oppose the Democratic-backed Niles Township Community Party in the April 4 elections. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, January 19, 1989, Sec. 1, p. 1 Elections, Politics - Niles Township Community Party, Laws and regulations
No Title 1988-11-26 Local senators and representatives are divided on whether or not it would be a good idea to allow Illinois voters to enact state legislation through referendums. Life - Skokie edition (Weekend edition), Saturday, November 26, 1988, Sec. 1, p. 1 Government - Illinois, Laws and regulations
No Title 1988-09-10 Since the Skokie day care law passed in May 1987 only one new home has been licensed as a day care center. Life - Skokie edition (Weekend edition), Saturday, September 10, 1988, Sec. 1, p. 1 Child care and day care centers, Ordinances, Laws and regulations
Chemical waste dumping ban extended 1988-08-11 A temporary restraining order preventing Skokie chemical firm, Hodag Chemical Corp., from pouring more toxic waste into a sewer was extended to August 30. Skokie Review, Thursday, August 11, 1988, p. 3 Hodag Chemical Corporation, Sewers and sewage disposal, Environment, Laws and regulations
Repeal of AIDS tests uncertain 1988-04-30 Representative Louis Lang (D-1st) said he will vote for repeal of the law that requires couples to take a test for AIDS before they get married. Life - Skokie edition (Weekend edition), Saturday, April 30, 1988, Sec. 1, p. 1 Diseases - AIDS, Lang, Louis, Laws and regulations, Marriage
Kustra to propose mandatory car insurance 1988-04-14 Illinois Senator Bob Kustra (R-28th) is proposing mandatory car insurance. Skokie Review, Thursday, April 14, 1988, p. 4 Insurance, Kustra, Robert, Government - Illinois, Automobiles, Laws and regulations
Skokie announces snow parking rules 1987-11-19 Skokie has announced its snow parking rules for the upcoming winter. Skokie Review, Thursday, November 19, 1987, p. 12 Weather, Parking, Laws and regulations
Tobacco ban OK'd 1987-10-22 Skokie Police Department regulations which were approved by the Village Board on October 19, require that police recruits sign a promise stating that they will not use tobacco products at any time. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, October 22, 1987, Sec. 1, p. 1 Smoking, Laws and regulations, Skokie Police Department
Police criticize new phone law 1987-06-11 Skokie police say their investigations of some crimes will be hampered by a new telephone company policy which requires police to have subpoenas when seeking unlisted phone numbers and phone line traces. Skokie Review, Thursday, June 11, 1987, p. 6 Business - Communication, Laws and regulations, Skokie Police Department
Hazardous chemical law well-meaning but ineffective: Fire official 1987-06-11 According to a Skokie Fire Department official, a new federal law intended to help prepare for chemical emergencies is a "well-intentioned administrative nightmare. Skokie Review, Thursday, June 11, 1987, p. 3 Safety devices and measures, Skokie Fire Department, Laws and regulations
Wording clouds safety net 1987-05-30 According to official state Emergency Services and Disaster Agency records, more than 75 percent of Lincolnwood, Morton Grove, Niles and Skokie companies regulated by the 1985 state Chemical Safety Act have not yet complied with the law. Life - Skokie edition (Weekend edition), Saturday, May 30, 1987, Sec. 1, p. 1 Chemical Safety Act, Public health, Business, Laws and regulations
Smoke alarm efforts put on hold 1987-03-26 Skokie fire officials have suspended efforts to get the village's smoke detector ordinance expanded. They are waiting to see if new state legislation will be passed. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, March 26, 1987, Sec. 1, p. 1 Fire prevention, Ordinances, Skokie Fire Department, Laws and regulations
Sutker pushing plan for college trust fund 1987-03-12 Rep. Calvin Sutker (D-56th) has proposed a plan to establish state-sponsored education trust funds to help parents pay for their children's education at the state's public colleges and universities. Skokie Review, Thursday, March 12, 1987, p. 18 Sutker, Calvin, Colleges and universities, Laws and regulations
Proposal to tighten education guidelines for nurses draws fire 1987-01-29 Oakton Community College is getting ready to fight against proposed changes in the Illinois Nurse Practice Act, which establishes educational and testing guidelines for the nursing profession. Skokie Review, Thursday, January 29, 1987, p. 11 Illinois Nurse Practice Act, Oakton Community College - Curriculum, Laws and regulations
Group W cable controls own rates 1987-01-08 Due to a new federal law which took effect December 1, the village of Skokie can no longer regulate cable television rates. Group W Cable now has the exclusive authority to set rates. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, January 8, 1987, Sec. 1, p. 5 Group W Cable, Laws and regulations, Cable television
Firms join no-smoking pack 1987-01-03 Several firms in Skokie have banned smoking in the workplace. Life - Skokie edition (Weekend edition), Saturday, January 3, 1987, Sec. 1, p. 1 Business, Smoking, Laws and regulations
Village cracks down on fake ID sales 1986-09-18 The Skokie Village Board amended the village licensing ordinance in order to restrict companies that sell identification cards. Skokie Review, Thursday, September 18, 1986, p. 4 Miller, William, Laws and regulations
Proposal restricts fake IDs for teens 1986-09-04 A proposed amendment in Skokie will regulate the sale of identification cards thus making it harder for teens to obtain fake IDs. Skokie Review, Thursday, September 4, 1986, p. 3 Laws and regulations,
C-store rules okayed 1986-08-07 Guidelines determining what can be sold at gas station convenience stores were established by the Skokie Village Board. Skokie Review, Thursday, August 7, 1986, p. 3 Business - Mini-marts and convenience stores, Skokie Board of Trustees, Business - Automobile service stations and gas stations, Laws and regulations
Day care programs' quality to be scrutinized by village 1986-07-24 The Skokie Village Board directed staff members to study the quality of local day care providers to help determine whether local regulation is necessary. Skokie Review, Thursday, July 24, 1986, p. 3 Child care and day care centers, Skokie Board of Trustees, Laws and regulations
Village may lock in locksmiths 1986-07-24 Skokie may begin licensing locksmiths. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, July 24, 1986, Sec. 1, p. 1 Laws and regulations,
Task force mulls day-care rules 1986-07-24 A special task force will study inconsistencies in Skokie's child day care regulations. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, July 24, 1986, Sec. 1, p. 1 Child care and day care centers, Laws and regulations
Crawford Av. verdict: unrestricted parking to remain 1986-06-05 A group of homeowners living on Crawford have convinced the Skokie Village Board to continue unrestricted parking on the street despite a recommendation by the Skokie Traffic Safety Commission to change parking laws for the street. Skokie Review, Thursday, June 5, 1986, p. 3 Crawford Avenue, Skokie Traffic Safety Commission, Parking, Laws and regulations
Tightening the law 1986-03-13 The Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police approved a resolution calling for vigorous enforcement of the state's seat belt law. Skokie Review, Thursday, March 13, 1986, p. 16 Safety devices and measures, Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police, Laws and regulations
Sutker rallies for 'Vegas Nights 1986-01-09 Cal Sutker will cosponsor legislation to legalize Vegas Night fund raisers. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, January 9, 1986, Sec. 1, p. 7 Gambling and lotteries, Sutker, Calvin, Laws and regulations
Police, firemen to unionize 1985-11-21 Skokie police and firefighters intend to unionize if a bill authorizing collective bargaining becomes law. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, November 21, 1985, Sec. 1, p. 1 Skokie Fire Department, Laws and regulations, Unions, Skokie Police Department
Village frets over union enabling legislation 1985-11-14 North suburban municipal officials are cautious about predicting new union activities which may result after new police and fire bargaining legislation was approved by the General Assembly last week. Skokie Review, Thursday, November 14, 1985, p. 3 Laws and regulations, Unions, Contract negotiations
Skokie to conduct lottery for available liquor licenses 1985-10-24 Skokie officials plan on having a lottery whenever more than one applicant wants a liquor license. Skokie Review, Thursday, October 24, 1985, p. 9 Alcohol, Laws and regulations
Skokie firm forced to label nut mixed with sulfites 1985-10-10 After the recent FDA ruling that requires that items that use sulfur dioxide must be relabeled, Farley Candy Company was forced to recall two of its products and to put warning labels on them. Skokie Review, Thursday, October 10, 1985, p. 93 Public health, Business - Manufacturing, Farley Candy Company, Laws and regulations
Village approves snow emergency odd-even plan 1985-10-10 A new village ordinance requires vehicle owners to park their cars on designated sides of the street after heavy snowfalls. Skokie Review, Thursday, October 10, 1985, p. 14 Snow and ice removal, Parking, Laws and regulations
Alternate-side parking plan paves way for smoother snow removal 1985-09-12 Skokie residents who don't follow alternate side of the street parking regulations after snowstorms this winter may find their cars ticketed or towed. Skokie Review, Thursday, September 12, 1985, p. 5 Snow and ice removal, Parking, Laws and regulations
Skokie bans sulfites on unpackaged foods 1985-09-12 The Skokie Board of Trustees approved a law banning the use of sulfating agents on all unpackaged food items sold or served at supermarkets and restaurants in Skokie. Skokie Review, Thursday, September 12, 1985, p. 5 Public health, Business - Restaurants and caterers, Business - Grocery stores, Laws and regulations
Pool rules eased; 300 get results 1985-08-01 The Skokie Park Board has made some changes to the rules at Devonshire Pool in response to a petition signed by 300 Skokie families. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, August 1, 1985, Sec. 1, p. 1 Devonshire Pool, Skokie Park Board, Swimming pools, Laws and regulations
Residents protest new pool rule 1985-07-25 The Skokie Park Board will establish new rules at Devonshire Park pool. A Skokie resident has presented the board with a petition signed by 300 families asking for changes at the pool. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, July 25, 1985, Sec. 1, p. 1 Devonshire Pool, Skokie Park District, Swimming pools, Laws and regulations
Skokians to testify: Bus belt bill in House 1985-03-17 Laura Schwartz, Fran Klenetsky, and Klenetsky's fourth-grade daughter, will testify March 19 before the Illinois House Transportation Committee in support of two bills that deal with seat belts on school buses. Life - Skokie edition (Weekend edition), Sunday, March 17, 1985, Sec. 1, p. 1 Safety devices and measures, Schwartz, Laura, School children - Transportation, Klenetsky, Fran, Laws and regulations
Conflicting education reforms introduced 1985-02-14 Alan Greiman (D-1st) has introduced legislation calling for the Illinois State Board of Education to develop a statewide test for minimal competency which would be required for all persons seeking certification as an educator. Skokie Review, Thursday, February 14, 1985, p. 4 Education, Greiman, Alan, Laws and regulations
Picture ban law still under study 1984-11-22 The proposed ordinance that would restrict the media access to the Skokie Park District is still being studied by the park district's attorney. Skokie Review, Thursday, November 22, 1984, p. 13 Skokie Park District, Laws and regulations
New Skokie handgun ban proposal planned 1984-11-08 Charlotte Jaffe, an active member of the Skokie Coalition to Ban Handguns, believes that the Illinois Supreme Court's decision to uphold Morton Grove's handgun ban has helped her group as they formulate a new proposal to present to the Skokie Board of Trus Skokie Review, Thursday, November 8, 1984, p. 3 Skokie Coalition to Ban Handguns, Jaffe, Charlotte, Firearms, Laws and regulations
Park District may suspend picture ban idea 1984-11-01 A controversial ordinance proposed by the Skokie Park District that would severely restrict the media's access to the parks may be dropped from the park board's agenda. Skokie Review, Thursday, November 1, 1984, p. 3 Skokie Park District, Laws and regulations
Centre Eat bill signed 1984-09-20 A bill signed by Governor James Thompson will allow the creation of the Centre East Authority of Niles Township. Centre East will then be eligible for state matching funds. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, September 20, 1984, Sec. 1, p. 1 Performing arts, Centre East Authority, Laws and regulations
Law to curb alcohol in lots 1984-08-09 A new law approved by the Village Board on August 6 holds operators of taverns and liquor stores responsible if they knowingly allow people to drink alcoholic beverages in their parking lots. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, August 9, 1984, Sec. 1, p. 1 Alcohol, Laws and regulations
Congress limits village 1R bonds 1984-07-29 A bill approved by Congress puts a $9 million annual limit on industrial revenue bonds. Life - Skokie edition (Weekend edition), Sunday, July 29, 1984, Sec. 1, p. 1 Skokie - Budget and expenditures, Laws and regulations
Centre East gets funding 1984-07-12 State Representative Alan Greiman (D-1st) has announced that House Bill 2732 has passed. This bill creates the Centre East Authority and will make Centre East eligible for grant money. The News, Thursday, July 12, 1984, p. 3 Performing arts, Centre East Authority, Laws and regulations
Skokie 'logical' target of labor law 1984-04-29 The Illinois Labor Relations Act, which gives most public employees in the state the right to form or join unions for collective bargaining, will take effect July 1. About 175 of the village's 450 employees will be covered by the law. Life - Skokie edition (Weekend edition), Sunday, April 29, 1984, Sec. 1, p. 1 Illinois Labor Relations Act, Municipal employees, Laws and regulations, Unions
Centre East may get state funds 1984-03-01 A bill has been introduced that would make Centre East an authority serving all Niles Township communities. It would then be eligible for state funds. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, March 1, 1984, Sec. 1, p. 1 Performing arts, Greiman, Alan, Centre East for the Performing Arts, Laws and regulations
Board backs suit against nurses' pay 1984-02-19 District 73 1/2 is joining other districts in a suit against the state. The suit concerns the Nurses Salary Act which require school nurses to be put on the same salary schedule as teachers. Life - Skokie edition (Weekend edition), Sunday, February 19, 1984, Sec. 1, p. 1 Schools - Teachers and personnel, Litigation, Public School District 73 1/2, Nurses Salary Act (NSA), Laws and regulations
Voter registration open 1984-01-12 Senate Bill 678 which affects requirements for voter registration went into effect on January 1. The News, Thursday, January 12, 1984, p. 3 Elections, Laws and regulations
Enforcing child restraint 1983-08-25 Skokie Police have begun a program to implement the Illinois Child Protection Act which was signed into law July 1. The act applies to parents or legal guardians who are residents of Illinois and are transporting their children in their own vehicle. The News, Thursday, August 25, 1983, p. 2 Safety devices and measures, Children, Illinois Child Protection Act, Laws and regulations, Skokie Police Department
Unemployed able to keep medical benefits 1983-03-03 Alan J. Greiman has announced that a bill has been filed in the Illinois House of Representatives which would give fired or terminated employees the option to continue their medical coverage for a period of twelve months after the end of their employment. The News, Thursday, March 3, 1983, p. 3 Insurance, Greiman, Alan, Laws and regulations
Board rejects parking plan 1982-11-11 The Village Board delayed taking action on a proposal to change the existing snow emergency plan. The new proposal would have restricted parking during the winter to alternate sides of the street on alternate days. The News, Thursday, November 11, 1982, p. 3 Snow and ice removal, Parking, Laws and regulations
Snow plan gets icy response 1982-11-11 A new snow plan in Skokie has met with opposition from trustees and from citizens, most of whom believe that the current plan, which was adopted in 1980, is adequate. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, November 11, 1982, Sec. 1, p. 1 Snow and ice removal, Parking, Laws and regulations
Free legal advice available 1982-01-07 The Board of Niles Township has announced the creation of a Legal Assistance Program for seniors. Gilbert Gordan, former attorney for the Village of Skokie, will run the program. The News, Thursday, January 7, 1982, p. 4 Legal Assistance Program, Gordon, Gilbert, Aged, Laws and regulations
Village may change nursing home rules 1981-12-10 Skokie officials may tighten licensing requirements for nursing homes amid growing concern over conditions at the Skokie Meadows II nursing facility. The News, Thursday, December 10, 1981, p. 3 Housing - Senior housing, nursing homes, and assisted living, Skokie Meadows II, Laws and regulations
Chick's tavern appeals liquor license revocation 1981-11-26 Chick's Tavern has appealed the liquor license revocation handed down last week by Skokie Mayor Albert J. Smith. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, November 26, 1981, Sec. 1, p. 1 Alcohol, Business - Bars, Chick's Tavern, Laws and regulations
Chick's loses liquor license 1981-11-19 Chick's, 9422 East Prairie, has lost its liquor license due to an incident last spring involving the sale of liquor to a minor. The News, Thursday, November 19, 1981, p. 3 Alcohol, Business - Bars, Chick's Tavern, Laws and regulations
Chick's liquor license in Mayor Smith's hands 1981-11-12 Mayor Albert J. Smith is expected to decide within a week whether or not Chick's Tavern, a liquor store and lounge at 9422 N. East Prairie Rd., can keep its liquor license. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, November 12, 1981, Sec. 1, p. 1 Alcohol, Business - Bars, Chick's Tavern, Laws and regulations
Chick's Tavern could face loss of liquor license 1981-10-22 A decision is expected October 26 on whether a Skokie tavern, which was the scene of a fatal shooting two weeks ago, will face the loss of its liquor license as a result of an alleged sale of beer to a minor earlier this year. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, October 22, 1981, Sec. 1, p. 3 Alcohol, Business - Bars, Chick's Tavern, Laws and regulations
Parking permits sought on Dobson 1981-08-13 Residents of the 4900 block of Dobson are asking the village to restrict parking to one hour from 8am-9pm except on weekends and holidays. Students from OCC have been parking on the street rather than paying to park on campus. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, August 13, 1981, Sec. 1, p. 1 Oakton Community College, Parking, Laws and regulations
Student loan plan gets OK 1981-07-30 U.S. Rep. John Porter (R-10th) has obtained House and Senate approval of his proposal to assure higher education loans guaranteed by the government for all students, with interest costs varied based on need. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, July 30, 1981, Sec. 1, p. 5 Porter, John, Colleges and universities, Laws and regulations
Residents speaking out on handguns 1981-07-09 Area residents have definite opinions about handgun control. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, July 9, 1981, Sec. 1, p. 1 Firearms, Laws and regulations
No books banned in this township 1981-05-28 Mary Radmacher, Chief Librarian at Skokie Public Library, is pleased that a bill which would have held librarians criminally responsible for the distribution of harmful reading material to children was defeated. The News, Thursday, May 28, 1981, p. 3 Libraries, Children, Radmacher, Mary, Laws and regulations
Sutker opposes librarian liability bill 1981-05-21 Calvin Sutker, candidate for the Democratic nomination for Secretary of State, says he is "chilled" by the thought of a law that would make librarians criminally responsible for distributing harmful reading material to a child. The News, Thursday, May 21, 1981, p. 7 Libraries, Sutker, Calvin, Children, Laws and regulations
Condo clash: Smith fights bill stripping local controls 1981-04-30 The Mayor of Skokie opposes pending state legislation that would strip individual communities of their home rule power to regulate condo conversion. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, April 30, 1981, Sec. 1, p. 1 Government - Illinois, Housing - Condominiums, Laws and regulations, Government - Skokie
Pot law legality in question 1981-01-25 The Village Attorney says he is studying a U.S. Appeals Court decision which may affect a pending lawsuit against Skokie's pot paraphernalia ordinance. Life - Skokie edition (Weekend edition), Sunday, January 25, 1981, Sec. 1, p. 1 Drugs, Litigation, Laws and regulations
Schwartz questions own side: Nazi court fight 'arguable 1978-09-24 Interview with Village Corporate Counsel Harvey Schwartz regarding legal issues of the proposed Nazi march. Life - Skokie edition (Weekend edition), Sunday, September 24, 1978, Sec. 1, p. 1 Protests, demonstrations, etc., Schwartz, Harvey, National Socialist Party of America, Laws and regulations
Bill constitutional' ex-ACLU counsel tells House panel 1978-06-08 Illinois bills designed to halt Nazi march are deemed constitutional by ex-ACLU general counsel. The News, Thursday, June 8, 1978, p. 3 Protests, demonstrations, etc., Government - Illinois, American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), Laws and regulations
Greiman reviving Nazi bills 1978-06-08 State Rep Greiman wants full Illinois House vote on two bills banning the Nazi march after being rejected by House Judiciary Committee. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, June 8, 1978, Sec. 1, p. 3 Protests, demonstrations, etc., Greiman, Alan, Illinois House of Representatives, Laws and regulations
Nazi bills seen as more urgent 1978-05-25 State legislators express disappointment in the committee assignment of two bills designed to block the Nazi march in Skokie. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, May 25, 1978, Sec. 1, p. 1 Protests, demonstrations, etc., Government - Illinois, National Socialist Party of America, Laws and regulations
Hamlin labels bills 'unconstitutional': ACLU may fight proposed march laws 1978-05-07 Head of Illinois ACLU charges state bills preventing Nazi march are unconstitutional. Life - Skokie edition (Weekend edition), Sunday, May 7, 1978, Sec. 1, p. 1 Protests, demonstrations, etc., National Socialist Party of America, American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), Laws and regulations
Predict speedy vote on Nazi march laws 1978-05-04 Representative Greiman and Senator Nimrod predict viability of two bills in state legislature designed to block the Nazi march in Skokie. Life - Skokie edition, Thursday, May 4, 1978, Sec. 1, p. 1 Protests, demonstrations, etc., Nimrod, John J., Greiman, Alan, Government - Illinois, Laws and regulations