Sugar Grove subdivision building on lawsuit success (IL)

Signs of new life are everywhere this spring in our Fox Valley neighborhoods … and I’m not talking about freshly hatched chicks or multi-hued tulips.  Big machinery is rolling. Earth is moving. Building signs are sprouting up. And residents who all but forgot what it was like to see construction in their subdivisions are starting to see progress in place of weeds on those long-ignored vacant lots.     Read the article………..


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