Friday, August 22, 2014

Whatever Floats Your Boat

coxswain Unlike Brigadoon, McHenry County lies due west of Lake County, 365 days a year. And unlike Brigadoon, McHenry County can boast more than its share of frontyard recreational vehicles. According to the Northwest Herald ...
A standing-room-only audience came out in force at Tuesday evening's McHenry County Board meeting to object to language in the proposed Unified Development Ordinance that restricts how recreational vehicles are parked and stored in front of homes. Present county ordinances, which the UDO is intended to replace, have no such restrictions.
Opposition to McHenry County RV restrictions come out in force
In related news, the Lake County Emergency Management Agency is not about to pass up an opportunity for a free resource. According to the Daily Herald ...
A flash flood warning was issued for portions of Cook, Lake and DuPage counties this morning due to heavy overnight rains, meteorologists say.
Heavy overnight rains close roads across suburbs
As a consequence, the Lake County Emergency Management Agency has posted revised guidelines for a flood emergency:
How to Respond to a Flood in Lake County ...
  • Immediately Drive West to McHenry County
  • Locate a Boat or Recreational Vehicle Parked in Someone's Front Yard
  • Get In
Look for your LakeCountyEye, commandeering a schooner near you.

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