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Arlington Heights Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 2015, Arlington Heights, Illinois First big ten title a Northwest suburbs a Mumm a mini keep Mcaa tourney in the distance a sports Dally Herald these ladles Rule a first lists nub9 leads save the show a Back Page saturday March 14, 2015big picture a local focus $1.00 paddock publications a 143rdyear a no. 151 c234567 bad turn for Park projects Frozen state Grants mean suburban districts must rethink plans by Melissa Silverberg and Eric Peterson Herald rom Peter inv Odai Lyonald. Rom renovations to Lake Arlington in Arlington Heights Einstein Park in mount Prospect Apache Park in Des Plaines and More Are All on hold now that gov. Bruce Rauner has suspended Park Grants. As recently As january 72 Illinois communities were awarded $26 million in Grants from the department of natural resources managed open space land acquisition and development program. This week Rauner announced that those Grants As Well As Park and recreational facility construction Grants have been suspended indefinitely leaving Park districts across the suburbs unable to move Forward with projects that have already been planned. Quot Many state programs Are running out of Money because majority party legislators knowingly voted for a budget that intentionally left our state with a $1.6 billion Hole a said a statement released by Rauner a spokeswoman. Quot As a result the governors budget office is taking actions necessary to address the fiscal crisis that the governor for Arlington Heights that Means a Long planned upgrade to Lake Arlington is on hold said Parks director Steve halted on Fabe 4 Btu Horn f. Bin rur Quot daily Herald rom plans to Widen the path around Lake Arlington in Arlington Heights Are on hold due to suspended state Grant Money. More to do this weekend see Back Page testing their Metal master training specialist steers sailors in welding and metalwork watch video the master welder on How it works at training specialist Travis Parent says he likes to see sailors master new techniques. By Steve Lundy shouts of Quot hot Metal a ring throughout the welding area at the great lakes naval station Hull maintenance technician a school As master training specialist Travis Parent 27, dips a freshly welded bar into a tub of water with a sizzle. This has been Parent s Home for almost three years. He trains sailors fresh out of Basic training for their new Job a known in Navy Lingo As a a rate Quot a in a two week crash course in welding brazing and sewage maintenance at naval station great lakes Parent has trained about see moving on Page 5 Steve Lun helping sailors learn the ins and outs of welding at the Hull maintenance technician a school can result in them being really Good at it in a Short time Parent says. New York a the Price of Oil is tumbling again rattling an already shaken Oil Industry and heralding lower prices for Consumers. The Price of Oil fell to percent this week approaching its lowest Price in six years. Many expect it to fall further in the coming weeks because supplies Are rising and the summer driving season is still months away. The lower crude prices will mean gasoline prices will slide lower in the coming weeks and Many Drivers will Likely pay under $2 a gallon in the summertime for the first time since 2004. Oil prices had appeared to stabilize in a Range nearly 15 percent higher than the Depths they had reached in late january. But on Friday the International Energy Agency called a recent Rise in Oil prices a Quot head fake Quot and a Quot facade of the . Supply of Oil has reached Levels not seen in at least 80 years according to the Energy department. The growth in stored Oil might be slowed this Spring As refineries idled for maintenance Start production again but it won t Stop it according to the Iea report Friday. That is setting Oil and gasoline prices up for another Steep fall. On Friday Oil fell $2.21, or see Oil on Page 6 weekend at play St. Paths parades today in suburbs St Patrick s Day in t until tuesday but you would t know it by the lineup of parades today in the suburbs and Chicago. So pick your Parade put on some Green and get ready to celebrate. Check out More weekend fun a St Patrick a and otherwise a at . A Naperville join the West suburban Irish for Naperville a annual St Patrick s Day Parade. It kicks off at to . At Naperville North High school 899 n. Mill St and continues South on Mill Street East on Jefferson Avenue South on main Street and then West on water Street to the municipal Center. Residents Are encouraged to donate a nonperishable food item to Benefit the loaves and fishes Community food pantry. A Dundee township East and West Dundee the Thom Man Arnee memorial St Patrick s Day Parade begins at la . At Wen hour Avenue and water Street and travels East on Barrington Avenue then South on River Street Parade ends at Bandito Barney s Beach club on River Street the grandstand will be at the Comer of Barrington Avenue and River Street a Palatine Palatine s Parade is part of the towns paint the town Green Celebration and features 50 see Grams on Fager today Marchi 10 . 2 . A Harper College free admission see and inside for More details on its Way Down again could summer Gas fall below $2 a gallon moving picture a great lakes naval station Steve Lundy a Lundy it i daily Herald com sailors watch at . Navy master training specialist Travis Parent demonstrates welding at great lakes naval station. By Jonathan Fahey associated press

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