Moser Tower Assessments
Starting Monday, in-depth structural assessments and testing will begin on Moser Tower. For up to two weeks, scaffolding and fencing will surround the tower, as four companies will be on-site to gather materials and further information on its condition. The test results are anticipated to be complete by mid-summer for the Riverwalk Commission to then use when making a recommendation to the Naperville City Council later this year regarding Moser Tower’s deterioration.
Nicki Anderson Contract Extended
The Naperville Area Chamber of Commerce unanimously approved extending the contract of current President and CEO Nicki Anderson. Anderson has led the NACC for the last four years, after being a Naperville business owner and chamber member. Since taking the reins, Anderson has made several changes to improve the value and visibility of the NACC throughout the community.
Barkfest with Books
This morning Meadow Glens Elementary students were greeted by dogs and donuts for the first ever “Barkfest with Books.” In partnership with the Naperville Area Humane Society, the event encouraged kids to read more by reading books to dogs. NAHS service dogs regularly pay visits to Meadow Glens students to help relieve stress.
Loyola Moves Forward
A wild NCAA basketball tournament has gotten even wilder, especially for Naperville native Porter Moser and his Loyola-Chicago players. The Ramblers coach and Benet alum guided his team to another nail biting victory, this one by a score of 69-68 over Nevada. The Cinderella season continues for the Ramblers, who advance to the Elite 8 for the first time since 1963. Ninth seeded Kansas State now stands in the way of Loyola and the Final 4. The game will be played tomorrow night at 5:00 on TBS.
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