Maywood Business Expands Thanks to County Brownfield Grant

Seaway Supply Company owner Tom Engoren inside of his Maywood-based company on July 13. Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle, along with numerous other elected officials, were at Seaway to announce the results of a brownfield grant. | Michael Romain/VFP Thursday, July 13, 2017 || By Michael Romain || @maywoodnews Tom Engoren, the owner of Seaway Supply Co., located at 15 N. 9th Ave. in … Continue reading Maywood Business Expands Thanks to County Brownfield Grant

Maywood, Among Suburbs at High-Risk for Lead Paint Poisoning, to Share $2M Mitigation Grant

Sunday, August 7, 2016 || By Michael Romain || @maywoodnews ||@village_free    Maywood was named among a handful of municipalities in Cook County that will share a three-year $2 million Lead Hazard Reduction Grant. The program is designed to remove lead-based paints from homes in suburbs that are at high-risk for lead-based paint exposure, particularly in the aftermath of severe flooding in 2013. The Cook County Board of Commissioners authorized the … Continue reading Maywood, Among Suburbs at High-Risk for Lead Paint Poisoning, to Share $2M Mitigation Grant

Residents to Proposed Madison Street Natural Gas Fueling Station: ‘Thanks, but No Thanks’

The Madison Avenue side of the existing site of American Waste Haulers, where a proposed truck fueling station is to be built if the plan is authorized by the Maywood Board of Trustees. Google Maps. Monday, December 1, 2014 || By Michael Romain || Updated: December 5, 2014 || 12:09 PM While the truck-only fueling station presents an opportunity for Maywood to realize much-needed tax revenue, many … Continue reading Residents to Proposed Madison Street Natural Gas Fueling Station: ‘Thanks, but No Thanks’