Village of Hainesville

LWV Hainesville Trustee Candidate Forum

Round Lake Area News, Village of Hainesville
Six candidates vying for three 4-year Trustee seats The League of Women Voters held a public forum at the Hainesville Village Hall on March 10, 2015, for residents to meet and ask questions of the six candidates running for three 4-year terms. Hainesville Mayor, Linda Soto, welcomed the audience members and introduced those who helped make the event possible. The moderator was Kathy Clay and the coordinator was Diane Sanderson, both from the LWV Several dozen people attended the forum and asked questions ranging from why they felt they were the best candidate for the position to what do they feel is the biggest problem with the current administration. There was some concern about one candidate whose spouse is already on the Board as well as another candidate who is president of a s

2014 Halloween Trick or Treat Hours for the Round Lake Area

Round Lake News, Village of Grayslake, Village of Hainesville, Village of Round Lake, Village of Round Lake Beach, Village of Round Lake Heights, Village of Round Lake Park
Round Lake Area Trick or Treat hours including Hainesville and Grayslake Seems like a lot of people are stopping by looking for this years Trick or Treat schedule for the various villages so it must be time to post it. Below is the information that is posted on the village websites. Village of Round Lake:  Sunday, October 26, 1pm to 5pm Village of Round Lake Beach:  Sunday, October 26, 1pm to 5pm Village of Round Lake Heights:  Sunday, October 26, 1pm to 5pm Village of Round Lake Park:  Sunday, October 26, 1pm to 5pm Village of Hainesville:  Sunday, October 26, 3:30pm to 7pm Village of Grayslake:  Friday, October 31 4pm to 7pm ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ You can also read and add comments on our Facebook page  

Save the Date for Lake County Health Dept Pet Vaccinations

Round Lake Area News, Village of Hainesville
And save some money as well....... Lake County Health Dept Pet Vaccination at HAINESVILLE PUBLIC WORKS Saturday. October 25th from 9:00 am until Noon. Cost: For pets spayed/neutered: one-year rabies vaccination and Lake County tag, $20; one-year rabies vaccination, tag and distemper, $25; distemper complex only, $10; microchip, $15. For pets not spayed/neutered: one-year rabies vaccination and Lake County tag, $60; one-year rabies vaccination, tag and distemper, $65; distemper complex only, $10; microchip, $15. From WebMD Why do pets need vaccines? Vaccines protect against contagious, potentially fatal diseases, says Margret Casal, DMV, PhD. Casal is associate professor of medical genetics at the School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Pennsylvania. Vaccines trigger im

Washington Street Will Reopen July 24th

Village of Hainesville, Village of Round Lake Park
Temporary striping will be installed on the new Washington Street for an eastbound and westbound traffic lane from Hainesville Road to Cedar Lake Road. The contractor will continue work on remaining construction items including: driveways, sidewalk, landscaping / restoration, asphalt surface course for Washington Street, and final pavement striping. This work will be performed under daily lane closures and is scheduled to be complete within 20 working days after July 25th. You can also read and add comments on our Facebook page.

Washington Street Gets 1st Layer of Asphalt

Round Lake Area News, Village of Hainesville, Village of Round Lake Park
First binder layer started going down at 7:00 AM With the first of three total layers involved, it was a welcome sight for many to see Washington Street finally getting some asphalt put down on it Thursday. The first layer consists of approximately 7" which then gets rolled down to 6". When the second binder layer gets put on it will start with 3" and get rolled down to 2 1/4" followed by the topcoat which is also 3" and rolled to 2 1/4" for a grand total thickness of 10 1/2 inches. The contractors were all geared up for a productive day with all hand on deck, as they say. Using one of their newer pavers, Peter Baker & Sons put down over 800 feet, at half the width of the 3-lane road, by 9:00 AM. Trucks rolled continuously filled with hot asphalt, often having to maneuver around 4