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Arlington Heights Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 18, 2015, Arlington Heights, Illinois Local focus throwback thursday q summer officially begins on june 21, so in this weeks Retro gallery we take a look Back at summertime in the 1960s in Cook and Dupage counties walk Down memory Lane with us at . And you can share your photos with Retro gallery. A trending stories a Al 4 20 p or. Wadna Day a opportunists hawking Blackhawk rally tickets for $1.500 on Ebay a the Best ways to enjoy Blackhawk Parade a Rozner return or not Sharp big part of Blackhawk magic history a Mundelein trustee apologizes after oui arrest a new Homes trails for Quot neglected Naperville Golf course Check out for today Stop stories dist. 15 Board approves leaders last contract by Katlyn Smi i ii h Smith to ii in it Herald to in Hie Palatine i by ship Hie Centary District 15 school Board inked a new four year contract with superintendent Scott Thompson on wednes Day night Over tin objections of one dissenter who took at tile structuring of his pay increases. Thompson 58, says lie will retire once the Contra t expires at the end of the 201b la school year although he first considered stepping Clown sooner Aller his pre Vinos contract t was to run out in 2017. He will receive $255,558 Cut ing the deals first year the 2015-16 school year. After that he gets an annual salary amounting to a 5 per c out increase to the Previ ohs years total creditable earnings. Scott Thompson Hoard member Manjula sri rain the Only Hoard Mem her to vote Quot no Quot wednesday said she would have opposed \ percent increases to chomp son s base salary which she c considered too generous com pared to what the District pays other employees. Quot when you look at All the other groups that we have we re not giving them those Type of increases a she said. But the j percent raises Arentt to Ihorn Sony a base salary hut to his creditable earnings which include compensation for up to it unused vat Adon Days i Hose earnings arc reported to the states Leac hers retirement system and c an he used to c Al Ciliate pensions. Quot we re saying we re giving a 5 percent increase where in fac t we re actually giving 5 percent Quot on his 2015 16 base salary of Sam 1,528, steam Sale i Quot its a Little misleading to the Public Iliad where the Issue Board president Peggy Babcock said the contract is designed to avoid state penalties for giving pen Sion sweeteners to mining educators under a 2005 state Law Dis outs Are penalized Fen award ing raises above 0 Pere pm a veal and thereby hiking pen Sion costs Blit a Bruce Banner has proposed hand ing Down penalties for pay increases above the rate of inflation while it does t spec it in ally make mention of tile to per cent c a the contract t allows the Hoard to adjust chomp son s annual salary Quot in other c editable Cai lungs to the extern Nee Essary to eliminate sue ii penalties to the Letite Merit system Lino Alc safeguards Iii the c untrue t that we is ill Nee Al he paying a Babcock said after is ii Ain s e comments Quot we will not he going Over 6 Pere Emen we will re examine Hose c caveats Are in the e on Tine t ii that s the t Eiling she also expressed Faith Iii Thompson s perform am e Quot in a very Happy that be s going to he our Leader for the next Tom years she said returning to Illinois after serv my As principal if Mark Twain elementary school and Assis taut principal of i Holmes mid die school in Wheeling township elementary i i stoic t 21 i in previously was an eighth Grade bilingual teacher at Indian Trail Junior i ugly school in Addison and began his team h ing career in Maplewood new Jersey. Cells succeeds Julio u Pez who is relocating to Texas. Rchard place has 550 students in grades k-5.hoffman Beer Garden open Das Bier Carden is now open at the i Foi Irnan estates Vil luge Ireen 55 to Prairie Stone Parkway near the sear s Jeu tre Arena. Open daily from noon to to ., the outdoor Munich style Herman Beer Garden features tables that Are shared by patrons. Loo errs and picnic baskets Are we come though no grilling or outside alcohol is allowed. I of Frau Beer wine and traditional bavarian food of brats hot clogs and giant fresh baked soft Are available for Purchase hic business operates out if the Village owned Concession building on on Parade today while their owners Crane their necks for a glimpse of the Stanley dip at the Black Hawks vie tory Parade today the dogs of the a closer Bond dog school in Palatine Are going to he leading a Parade of their own. Danielle Karl son Perrot the school s special events coordinator said the dogs owners Are enc our aged to dress them in red and Black for the event. Hie Doggy Parade will Start at 1 50 In the agility Yard of the school 42 w. Northwest i Hwy. I he Public is at Wing Park i rom the swinging 1940s to the 21 St Century that music and feeling called swing is made even More appealing by topology from 7 to 8 50 pan. Tuesday june 25, in the Wing Park Pavilion at Wing Park 1000 Wing St., Elgin. This Chi c ago hand provides a show suitable for All Ages. J /. We handle ail electrical services if you re hounded by repair needs Well fix them fast Well fix flickering lights tripping circuit Breakers silent doorbells and faulty switches Well protect your Home from Power surges install Beautiful lighting and add More conveniences like Remote control it comes to electricians we re Best of Breed our certified technicians will see that you get exactly what you be been dreaming of. You la also love our Courtesy clean uniforms shoe covers email profiles and polite professionalism. Stop waiting Call today. Know your abcs877-503-7070 dh52 Ock i Hep Illinois state License 055-013536loos-plumbing heating Cooling electric Elk Grove Village pays crash victim $125,000everybody wins cup Wager i Hanks to the Blackhawk a veterans Home in Chicago will get a big Box of Grapefruit any Day now but the archdiocese of Chicago is still sending deep dish pizza to f Lorida. Chicago archbishop Blase cupid and Bishop Robert Lynch of the diocese of St. Petersburg wagered pizza and Grapefruit on the outcome of the Stanley cup finals a the pizza going to a f Lorida she Lei and the Grapefruit to St. Leo s residence for veterans in Chicago. Liven though the Blackhawk won the Dup the cold coast Lott Malnati a will ship enough pizza to feed 500 guests of Pinellas i Lope a homeless shelter in Clearway to a and Send some to St. Leos As Well the archdiocese Des Plaines principal Jose delis i Las been appointed principal of Orchard place elementary school in Des Plaines beginning in August delis who has been principal of Pine dikes elementary school in Wayne new Jersey for the last two years is a to i 1 Brum met Avenue at 12 17 . Authorities say by Tan Loci was arrested and c charged Vith driving under die Influent e Joseph Ider meanwhile was the passenger in his Clad s car and did t a i in in Home i in told officers lie did t have a License and drive his dad s c a and did t have Money Fen a taxi so he asked them to give him a i de Home to hic ago. Hic officers dec lined saying the police department Wasny to a Quot taxi Seine or according to Itter s lawsuit Iller began walking Down Higgins. About a Block away from the spot cd the Ira tic Stop he crossed the Street and was hit by a c Ai driven by in had Burrell Village no a George Knickel Boc Tri said Itter was letting on his phone As he was c hissing the Street. I lie lawsuit says the area was dark and poorly lighted. Titei suffered seven injuries and had medic Al expenses of some $2 million Kine Gerboc Kri said hic villages insurance administrator Lalla ghei Bas sett ire unamended settling the Case attn the Deal was read lied Between liter and Burrell Wen the Village the Only defendant going to trial ii would have been responsible for costs of taking More depo salons As Well As additional Legal ires and liter s Settle Merit with the Cit Ives May have made a july Mon sympathetic to his suit Kine Gerboc Kei said Quot it would have left us naked in tile c courtroom. Hie Village has spent about $95, he on Legal Lees la will pay $105, ski toward the Settle mein. Insular it is pie King up tile rest Kmic Tri hoc err said liter did no to respond to a request for comment. Northwest suburbs in 60 seconds by cd kist 0111 or Placer i film i urn Elk Grove Village is paying $125,000 to a Man whom police officers refused to take Home and who later sued the Village after being seriously injured in a car crash. The out of court settlement approved this week by the Vil Lage Board resolves a lawsuit Joseph Itter filed in 2012 against tin Village and two of its officers. Blat agreement comes less than two months after Itter reached to $170,000 settlement with the Driver of the car that hit him on i a gems Road during the Early morning hours of april 28, 2011. It All began when Elk Hove police officers Jason Gottwald and Matt Fiorito pulled Over a car driven by Itterl a father i ii i s in Joe i e a n a u i j i v w ii Aiti o cd a 11 v h it i Ald. In j cd Little Otill 11/1/1 Al s 0q St of nejla Sefic 9, of Elk Grove Village rides the Carousel during the first Day of rotary est at Lions Park in Elk Grove Village. Rotary est continues through sunday daily 11 it Ahi report Elk Rove Village rotary est opened wednesday evening for its five Day run. Rotarians and the Village say a much bigger tent and property improvements mean the festival will he Able to keep potential rain from interfering with the fest. Festival activities include carnival rides games live hands a car show a Parade at 5 Saturday and fireworks of i i Vena Al j i of n a i cd Quot Al a 11 v ii Ltd j a i cult o til Nathan Jimenez left and Evan Walz both 13 and from Elk Grove Village hang on tightly at rotary est. At 9 50 Saturday. Free no pets allowed. Visit Elk the event is at Lions Park Iso Lions drive. Admission is events rotary est for More

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