WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW:
ComEd has dedicated $10
million in assistance funds in 2014 to help customers facing
financial hardship pay their electric bill. To apply for ComEd's
Residential Special Hardship Grant or the State sponsored assistance
programs go to ComEd.com/CARE
Dog tags are now on sale at the Village Hall. Tags are $10
each and must be purchased by March 14th. Dog tags are required
for all dogs kept in the Village of Beecher. After March 14th
tags will cost $15 each.
For information on the Illiana Expressway visit:
Project Public Meeting with Michael Hansen (representing
the Will County Board) to be held on Wednesday, March 5th at
the Peotone American Legion Hall.
Local cable access channel WPAL is located on Comcast
channel #4 and broadcasts Village Board meetings and provides
information on local events in the area. For more information
has a valuable tool for power outage information where you can
view a map showing homes and businesses without power and estimated
restore times. Add it to your "Favorites" list for
future reference. To view this interactive map visit: https://www.comed.com/_layouts/comedsp/OutageMap.aspx
For information on the South Suburban Airport visit:
BEECHER COMMISSIONS &
RIBBON OF HOPE COMMISSION
In April of 2013
the Beecher Village Board established the Ribbon of Hope Commission.
The Commission plans to create what is believed to be the first
of its kind, "Ribbon of Hope" Cancer Awareness Garden.
Click here for more information
Beecher Mausoleum has been listed on the National Register of
Historic Places. The Beecher Mausoleum is a designated
Will County Historical Landmark and is an important part of
Beecher's history. Restoration efforts are ongoing. If you would
like to learn more about the mausoleum, visit their website:
BEECHER YOUTH COMMISSION
The Commission will be organizing events and activities
to benefit youth in the community. Visit the Youth Commission's
web page for more information on upcoming events: YOUTH
COMMISSION WEB PAGE.
BEECHER VETERAN'S MEMORIAL
bricks are still available for the paths for the Beecher Veteran's
Memorial. If you haven't seen the memorial yet, stop by the
corner of Reed and Hodges Streets to view the commemoration
to our nation's veterans.