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UPDATES: Construction Notice Re: Downtown Watermain Extension - Historical Lane, Daffodil Bulbs Are Here!, Clarke Mosquito Control, Electric Aggregation; Annual Open Burn Permit List.
Downtown Watermain Extension - Historical Lane. The Village of Long Grove approved a change order to the Archer Road Downtown Watermain Loop contract to extend the watermain down Historical Lane to serve the Fred Astaire Dance Studio (formerly Red Oaks Furniture) and Buffalo Creek Brewery (formerly The Studio Of Long Grove) buildings with the potential to provide public water to other additional buildings if desired by the property owner. Please refer to the following construction notice (link) for details.
Free Daffodil Bulbs Available At Village Hall, The annual free daffodil bulbs for planting along the roads are avialable for pickup at the Village Hall during regular business hours, Monday - Friday 8:00 am until 5:00 pm. First come, first serve basis.
Clarke Mosquito Control. The Village of Long Grove has contracted with Clarke Environmental for village-wide mosquito control since 2003. The Village's program provides for the regular testing of all standing water for active breeding sites on public and private properties located throughout the village. In order to access these sites, the Clarke employee will access via public property but if not practical will attempt to notify the private property owner prior to cutting through or otherwise accessing the property. Once a site is confirmed to be an active breeding site, Clarke will return to treat the standing water with the environmentally approved product referred to as "bti" to kill the larvae. The Village's program does not include spaying or adulticide and individual homeowners or HOA's can contract with a mosquito control company for this additional service is desired. Although the Clarke employee will have a reflective vest and badge identifying themselves, if you have any questions about people being on or near your property, please do not hesitate to dial 9-1-1. Further information on Clarke and the mosquito abatement program is available here (link).