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New Hazel Crest village hall to help attract businesses/ highlights the work of the South Suburban L

Hazel Crest officials break ground on new municipal center on the 3600 block of West 183rd Street in October 2018


Hazel Crest is nearing completion of a $5 million project to move its village hall to a more accessible location along a busy commercial corridor.

“We think it will really change the village,” Mayor Vernard Alsberry said. “Currently, (the municipal center) is hard to find.”

The new village hall is located in the 3600 block of West 183rd Street.

Hazel Crest’s new village hall project highlights the work of the South Suburban Land Bank and Development Authority…Please click here to read Ted Slowik’s column in the Tribune/Daily Southtown.

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