Led by the Lake County Coalition for the Homeless, Lake County Government and the Lovell Federal Healthcare Center, Lake County is now among a small group of communities throughout the nation that has been recognized for ending veteran homelessness.
By Frank Abderholden, Daily Herald, July 12, 2019
Citing a lack of support from Lake County officials and financial constraints, Illinois Tollway officials announced Friday that they are ending their current multimillion-dollar efforts toward a Route 53 extension north of Lake Cook Road.
By Doug T. Graham, Daily Herald, July 8, 2019
While there are likely military veterans grappling with homelessness somewhere in Lake County, two national agencies have assessed the county and said it is among a select group of communities certified to have "officially ended homelessness" for veterans.
Local roads, bridges, schools, and parks are all set to receive funds from the $45 billion "Rebuild Illinois" capital plan.
Press release published in Patch, July 3, 2019