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Bush Town HallJoin State Senator Melinda Bush for an update from regulatory agencies regarding the Ethylene Oxide (EtO) problem in Lake County, and ask questions about EtO and the attempts to combat emissions.

The event is being held on Wednesday, October 2 at 6:30p at the Grayslake Campus of the College of Lake County (Auditorium Room A011), located at 19351 W. Washington Street, Grayslake, IL 60030.

Questions?

Contact Senator Bush’s office in Grayslake at 847-548-5631.

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*ETO TOWN HALL PARKING INFORMATION*

College of Lake County – Grayslake Campus
19351 W Washington St, Grayslake

If coming from ATKINSON & BRAE LOCH
Turn right onto Brae Loch from Atkinson and then turn right onto Rotunda Way. Park in parking lots 4, 5 or 6 on the right. Do not park in the staff parking lot on the left of Rotunda Way.

If coming from RT 45 & BRAE LOCH
Turn left onto Brae Loch from RT 45 and turn left onto Rontunda Way. Park in parking lots 4, 5 or 6 on the right. Do not park in the staff parking lot on the left of Rotunda Way.

If coming from WASHINGTON & LANCER LANE
Turn onto Lancer Lane from Washington Street, continue past first stop sign and then turn onto Prairie Lane on your right or continue until College Drive on your right. Park in lots 4, 5 or 6.

It is best to use parking lots 4, 5 or 6, which are by the James Lumber Center, and Entrances A & B.

 

HOW TO GET TO THE AUDITORIUM

Once parked in lot 4, 5 or 6 enter through Entrance A – NOT the James Lumber Center or Entrance B. There will be signs posted on the entrance doors clearly indicating where to enter.

From this point, event arrows will be posted on the wall to guide you to the correct location.

Once entering through Entrance A, continue down the main hall until you reach the doors at the end of the hallway. Go through the doors and down the stairs to the sign-in tables. The Auditorium entrance will be on your left after you sign in.

If you arrive early for the small Q&A, staff will instruct you where to go once you get to the Auditorium.

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