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      July VIBEs at Lunch - Sushi Ukai
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      BioScan Tek
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      Strohschein Law Group
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  • Featured Member of the Week

    September 19 - 25th 2016

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  • Visit Milton Township Online!

  •             It may not be the most well known part of government, but did you know that township government is actually one of the oldest existing units of government? Milton Township has been around since 1850, when DuPage County split off from Cook County. They play a huge role in our community, looking out for us by caring for our roads and assessing properties. Their role is designed to help DuPage County work smoothly and excel. With their help, our town is able to remain at its best through providing funds for our amazing schools, parks, and city needs.

                Milton Township doesn’t stop there; it goes above and beyond just caring for the city by paying special attention to the residents as well.  There are multiple assistance programs in place to help residents in need.   The welfare programs include helping pay utilities, Salvation Army funds, and Adopt-a-Family program during the holiday season.  Milton Township also has a food pantry available, which is only run off of donations from the community.  On top of all that the township has scholarship grants for youths and senior programs. 

                Another program that is special to Milton Township is their C.E.R.T. Team – Community Emergency Response Team.  This team is made up of volunteers who have been trained to help during a catastrophic disaster.  Those volunteers are able to improve the ability of survival for injured citizens until first responders or other assistance arrives.  Thanks to the training from Milton Township’s C.E.R.T. Course, DuPage is better prepared for emergencies.  The course is free to all residents and classes are offered throughout the year.  Everyone can make a huge difference in the community by taking this course. 

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