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The Arlington Mom Prom is the latest event to be postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Now that we are again open to the public, 2-6 p.m. Monday and 3-8 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, please stop in and see what we have received in the way of books for all members of the family.

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It started out like any other year for a new superintendent — getting to know the school, learning how to work with the Board of Education and setting goals for the year.

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Based on the latest Directed Health Measures announced by Gov. Pete Ricketts, Arlington High School will have not have a prom on July 17. However, the school will be able to host graduation July 19 in the competition gym.

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Construction has begun on Ellsworth Streets. Construction of Ellsworth from Ninth and Eighth is expected to happen from June to August. The intersection at Eighth and Ellsworth is expected to be open for northbound and southbound traffic by the end of summer.

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Water and sewer rates remain a topic for the Arlington Village Board of Trustees. The board is proposing a rate increase of $3 for water and $3 for sewer. An ordinance will needed to be drafted and approved three straight months.

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The Eagle Athletic Club in Arlington reopened for business June 1. The fitness center was closed in April during the coronavirus pandemic. 

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Pentagon for veterans memorial placed in time for Memorial Day  

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Area Memorial Day ceremonies go on while others are cancelled

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Clifton Johnson, owner of Arlington Estates, was granted a conditional use permit Monday during the Village Board of Trustees meeting for an outdoor storage facility. The property at 405 W. Elm Street is the site of the mobile home park that was destroyed in the 2019 flood.

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