Naperville Now 07-13-18

Polo Club Open House

Last night, DR Horton, developer of the proposed Polo Club subdivision held an open house at the 95th Street Library. The event was for residents to meet with developers, express their concerns, and to learn about changes to the proposal made at the June 20 Planning and Zoning Meeting – including a reduction of residences from 723 to 702. The plan commission will hear the case again on July 18.

 

Local West Nile

DuPage and Will Counties are second and third in the state for most positive tests for West Nile Virus. Five batches of trapped mosquitos in Will County have tested positive for the virus; DuPage County has had nine positive batches. The Will County Health Department encourages everyone to avoid mosquito bites by using bug spray and wearing long pants, sleeves, and shoes at night.

 

Cantigny Gardens

Cantigny Park is reopening their gardens. Tomorrow will feature a ribbon cutting and a tour of the newly designed and planted gardens, including the pond garden, rose garden, and pollinator garden. Horticulture staff and volunteers will be on hand to discuss the plantings and answer questions as well. The ribbon cutting starts at 10 a.m. and the parking fee will be waived for guests arriving before noon.

 

Summer Baseball

The summer baseball season came to a close for Neuqua Valley and Naperville North in the regional finals yesterday. A day after crushing Cary Grove 10-0, Naperville North got a taste of its own medicine, falling by the same score to Crystal Lake South. The Huskies went three and one in regional play.

One day after knocking out Metea Valley, Neuqua Valley had a back and forth battle with Wheaton North. The Wildcats erased a 5-0 deficit in the fourth inning, scoring seven runs to take the lead. Wheaton North fought back and eventually took the lead in extra innings. Neuqua battled to the final out, but came up just short. Wheaton North won the Glenbard South Regional 12-10 in eight innings. The Wildcats also finished regional competition at three and one.

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