Naperville Now 10-13-17

October 13, 2017
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Fifth Avenue Public Meetings

The City of Naperville and Ryan Companies will host two public meetings for the proposed 5th Avenue project from 6 to 8 Monday night and from 7:30 to 9:30 Tuesday morning at the Municipal Center. Community members are invited to attend to review the developer’s community engagement plan in greater detail. For anyone who can’t attend, Ryan Companies has set up an email and phone line to take input. You can find those on the city’s website.

Bulk Leaf Pickup

The City of Naperville’s bulk curbside leaf collection program begins on Monday. There will be three two-week collection cycles, which begin Monday October 16, Monday October 31 and Monday November 14. To participate, rake your leaves to the curb by 6 a.m. the first day of the cycle taking care to avoid storm drains. Crews will collect leaves in front of each home once during the two-week cycle.

Spay and Neuter Discounts

Will County is offering a $40 discount to spay or neuter your pets at participating vet clinics during the month of October. The discount is good for up to two pets for all Will County residents. To be eligible the pet must be registered with Will County Animal Control and live with the owner, and have a proof of vaccination and a Will County registration tag. Vaccinations and tags can be purchased the day of surgery as well.

High School Girls Volleyball

We had a Crosstown Classic hit the volleyball courts last night with Naperville Central traveling to Naperville North. With state playoffs just a few weeks away, both teams are looking to win every game they can to prepare them for the big dance. Naperville Central’s Sarah Shank came out swinging hard in the first set but double blocks from North stopped the Redwings from winning. In the second set, North was hungry for the match and Tyra Burton was leading the pack. She had 7 kills on the night, helping the Huskies to a two set victory, 25-21 and 25-19.