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    The 6th Annual Shape of Carol Stream Video Town Hall meeting was hosted by Itasca Bank on Wednesday September 30th from the Carol Stream Municipal Center Board Chambers.  Chief elected officials from 8 local governments including the Village, Park District, Public Library and School Districts 25, 93, 87, 94 and U-46 provided progress updates on the status of their respective organizations followed by an open question and answer forum from constituents and the general public. The 90-minute broadcast was moderated by Bank President Jack Mensching.    

     

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    The Village of Carol Stream has been notified that rhytisma acerinum (Maple Tree Tar Spot) has been diagnosed in neighboring communities. While cosmetically unpleasant, Tar Spot does not affect the overall health of the Maple tree.
    The fungus appears as a tar-like black spot on Maple leaves and can grow throughout the season. The spread of this fungus can be controlled, if you see this on your leaves please do not mulch them. Instead, please bag affected leaves and put them out with your yard waste.
    For further information please follow this link. https://natlarb.com/html/tar_spot_of_maple_tree.html


    Denny Diamond & the Jewels Headline the Summer Concert Series Kick Off

    The Village will kick off its 2015 Summer Concert Series on Thursday, June 18th at 7pm when Denny Diamond and the Jewels, perform a 2-hour tribute to the music of Neil Diamond from the Gazebo Stage beginning at 7 pm.

    On Monday, July 6th, Flood Brother Disposal Co., the Village’s residential franchise hauler successfully petitioned the Village Board to realign the Wednesday and Thursday residential refuse collection areas.

    Chapter 9, Article 4 (Health Code - Trees) of the Carol Stream Village Code requires property owners to remove dead, diseased or infested (“nuisance”) trees located on private property. Village inspectors have resumed the process of identifying nuisance trees on private properties on a neighborhood-by-neighborhood basis, and will soon begin contacting property owners to advise them that nuisance trees must be removed. You may hire a tree removal contractor on your own; however, you may wish to consider joining together with your neighbors to hire a single contractor to remove a larger number of trees, which may allow you to achieve better pricing. Before hiring a tree removal contractor, we suggest that you obtain the following:

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