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07/29/15 - OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS - Ash Street between Whittier and Lowell Avenues will be closed to traffic beginning Thursday, July 30th, to remove a tree form the right of way. The road is anticipated to be opened by the afternoon rush hour, weather permitting.
07/29/15 - City Offers Two Weeks of Free Electronics Recycling August 1st through August 15th - Office of Public Works  - Springfield, Illinois - As a result of the overwhelming response to the Electronics Recycling Collection on July 18, the City of Springfield has partnered with a local vendor, BLH Computers to extend this service beginning Saturday, August 1 through the close of business Saturday, August 15 at BLH’s facility, 1832 Stevenson Drive. This free, two week program is open to residents of the City of Springfield, Monday through Friday 8:00am-6:00pm and Saturday 10:00am-6:00pm. Residents can drop off all recyclable electronics at BLH but must bring a valid form of ID to present at the time of drop off and should indicate they are participating in this program.
07/28/15 - MEMBERS OF THE CITY’S NEW ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION ANNOUNCED - Springfield, Illinois – Mayor Jim Langfelder announced today the members of the newly approved Economic Development Commission that was created to advise the Office of Planning & Economic Development and the Mayor on TIF projects and areas.
  

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