BRIDGEVIEW – Three local libraries are set to receive grant money to provide the community with vital education resources thanks to support from State Senator Steve Landek (D-Bridgeview).Senator Landek Library Photo

“This funding benefits our children and working families who rely on our libraries for resources and assistance,” Landek said. “Libraries provide access to knowledge for all.”

The funding is allocated to libraries across the state to make upgrades, assist with the development of the local workforce and ensure the library stays open safely for families. The grant is comprised of both state and federal dollars and awarded through Secretary of State Jesse White’s office.

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BRIDGEVIEW – State Senator Steve Landek (D-Bridgeview) is pleased to announce over $500,000 in grants awarded to nearly 20 local businesses via the first round of the Back to Business program, and is encouraging other businesses to apply for the second round before the Oct. 13 deadline.

“I’ve had several conversations with local business owners who have told me how hard the COVID-19 pandemic has been for them and how much the Back to Business grants have helped,” Landek said. “This was not an easy year for anyone, and there’s no shame in asking for support if you need it. Since there are still funds available, I encourage any other small business owners who are struggling to apply for a grant.”

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BRIDGEVIEW – The Illinois Department of Employment Security will begin to restore its in-person workforce and limited unemployment services at the American Job Center in Burbank, State Senator Steve Landek (D-Bridgeview) announced Monday.

“The COVID-19 pandemic unfortunately robbed many people of in-person unemployment insurance service when they needed it most,” Landek said. “I am thrilled to be able to announce the return of these services to residents of the 12th District.”

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BRIDGEVIEW – Several local libraries are set to receive over $196,000 in grant funding, State Senator Steve Landek (D-Bridgeview) announced today.

“Libraries are more than just buildings where you can borrow books,” Landek said. “They provide crucial services to residents of all ages, and they need funding.”

The money comes as part of the Illinois Secretary of State’s Public Library Per Capita and Equalization Aid Grants Program, which was established to ensure that public libraries with low tax bases receive a minimum level of funding for library services. The libraries that will receive grants are:

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