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As The Land Conservancy continues to restore Harvard’s 17-acre Gateway Park, located at the intersection of Highway 14 and Route 23, volunteers discovered a 400-year-old oak tree.
At its Jan. 24 meeting, the Harvard City Council voted to investigate discontinuing the use of two traffic signals near the old Motorola facility.
After seven months of construction, a transformed Central School will reopen as Harvard School District 50’s administrative center.
After voters passed a referendum in April allowing the city of Harvard to bid its power out to companies other than ComEd, the city entered into an agreement with Direct Energy June 23.
Construction at the intersection of Highway 14 and McGuire Road is almost complete.
After being denied by a state review board to build a 128-bed hospital at Route 31 and Three Oaks Road in Crystal Lake, Mercy Health System has scaled back its plan and will try again.
Harvard’s 2011 budget does not take effect until May 1, so the city will be operating on the fiscal year 2010 budget for the first part of the new year.
The Harvard City Council unanimously voted Jan. 24 to start restricting the locations of second-hand drop-off boxes.
City staff are still working on Harvard’s budget for the fiscal year 2012 which begins in May, but they already know money is going to be tight.
The city of Harvard and the McHenry County State’s Attorney are working together to file a civil lawsuit against the Latin Kings street gang to curtail the gang’s presence in town.