Before they could complete a sale to another private company, or even to other investors, the village of Homer Glen would be given the opportunity to buy it for that same price.

Ultimately, our port business could become as large as our -real estate or railroad businesses.

We need to have a whole system (of parks) working together instead of a patchwork of individual parks. The plan needs to work together with other village goals, such as open space, trails and other environmental issues.

We'll have another shot at it, I think.

They, the U.S. Department of Education, says they don't have a choice in this because the law doesn't give them any leeway.

Unfortunately they, the U.S. Department of Education, have to asses a fine.It's a one time fine of 104,000 dollars.