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The Addison Police Department will be conducting a Roadside Safety Checkpoint from 9:00 PM, Friday, July 12, to 1:00 AM, Saturday July 13, 2019, for vehicles traveling westbound in the area of 240 East Lake Street.
Vehicles traveling westbound on Lake Street on July 12, 2019 will be stopped in a pre-established, systematic fashion for a brief inspection of safety and driver violations. Police will be checking vehicle registrations, driver’s licenses, proof of insurance, and driver sobriety in addition to vehicle safety violations.
The purpose of conducting the Roadside Safety Checkpoint is to enhance the safety of the motoring public in the Village of Addison. A statewide coordinated effort to reduce drinking and driving is underway and the Addison Police Department is a proud partner in this venture.
Our hope is that citizens can look at this minor inconvenience as their contribution to the safety of the motoring public and their opportunity to be part of the solution.
If you have any questions or request additional information, please contact Sergeant Dennis Kotlinski at 630- 543-3080.
The Fullerton Avenue Road Resurfacing Project will begin the week of July 15. The limits of the work are from Swift Road on the west side of town to Addison Road on the east side of town with Rohlwing Road excluded. Prior to patching and resurfacing of the road, the contractor will begin with curb and gutter replacement along with the installation of various storm sewer improvements. Additionally, public walk will be replaced at all intersections for required ADA compliance. The entire project is expected to be completed by the middle of November depending on weather conditions.
Temporary lane closures will be in place and may change daily, so please drive cautiously through the construction zone. Electronic message boards are in place along the project cautioning drivers and advising motorists of the work.
The Fullerton Avenue Road Resurfacing Project is being funded in part by IDOT, which has contracted with R.W. Dunteman to complete the work.
Swimming pools are a fun addition to any backyard, but pose several risks to owners and their neighbors. Compliance to the following regulations is extremely important:
- A minimum 4-foot high fence is required around pool or yard. Entrance gate must be self-closing and self-latching.
- Pools shall be located a minimum of 10 feet from the house, 5 feet from any lot line and shall not encroach into any easements.
- Pools shall be a minimum of 10 feet horizontally from any overhead electrical wires and 5 feet horizontally from any underground electrical wires.
- National Electrical Code requires Ground Fault Interrupters (GFIs).
- Pools shall not be drained to overflow upon an adjoining lot or otherwise create a nuisance.
Date: March 4, 2019
Time: Until Sold
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Any person providing reasonable and satisfactory proof of ownership or right to possession of any property to be auctioned shall have their property returned to them if claim is made prior to the auction.
Unclaimed items to be auctioned from the Addison Police Department:
- Miscellaneous Electronics
The following arrests are from official police reports. Readers are reminded that these reports are the result of situations witnessed by the Police or as related to the officer by a complainant. Guilt of any party is the sole jurisdiction of the courts.
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