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Village of Palestine Receives Heath Grant
Thursday, December 14, 2017

The Village of Palestine was one of 19 community recipients to receive a Grant Award from the Mary Heath Foundation.  The Village received a $10,000 grant for the purpose of purchasing a new Mosquito Sprayer to replace our old one.  On behalf of the entire Village of Palestine, we say thank you very to the Mary Heath Foundation for this very generous grant.




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Electrical Aggregation ProgramHomefield Energy
- Your Village Rates & Info
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- FYI: Electrical Aggregation vs. Individual Contract

Important Info Re: Use of Carts in VillageRules for Carts & Neighborhood Vehicles

Daily Siren Test:

Emergency Alert System Test
    11:30am on 1st Wed.
Public Storm Shelters:
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Flood Buckets   Read More
Disaster preparation supplies list

Fall CleanUp & Leaf PickUp
Leaf Burning Notice
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