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This Week in Libertyville

Each week, Libertyville Patch will summarize the week's top stories, including links to those articles, for your convenience.

 

Lake County Forest Preserve District officials plan to use predator wasps to combat a potential emerald ash borer infestation.

Residents will have to prove they live within district boundaries through real estate bills, mortgage payments, leases and voter registration cards.

Dymond Road is expected to be open to the public by Aug. 15, according to village engineer.

Bicycle Advisory Commission hopes to have new bike maps available by September.

David Adler Music and Art Center is hosting Festival of the Arts, Aug. 6-7 at Cook Memorial Park.

Mike Nerheim announces his intent to enter the Republican primary against Bryan Winter. Kennedy remains sole Democrat in campaign.

A group of Libertyville women find fitness, friendship, and untouched corners of Lake County through cycling.

Six students from Adler Park School had their poems published in Award-Winning Young Writers of America-2011.

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