MARYVILLE – State Senator Rachelle Aud Crowe announced the village of Maryville is set to receive more than $820,000 in water infrastructure funding.040722CM1683

“Repairing and upgrading our aging infrastructure is part of our ongoing efforts to protect public health and the environment,” said Crowe (D-Glen Carbon). “These funds will give the village of Maryville an opportunity to improve wastewater treatment in our community.” 

Maryville officials received more than $820,000 to install sewer mains and manholes with plans to abandon an existing pump station. The funding will allow the village to make necessary updates to their collection system in order to continue providing proper wastewater treatment for residents.

Read more: Crowe secures state grant to improve Maryville’s sewer system

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pexels jeshootscom 13861MARYVILLE – State Senator Rachelle Aud Crowe (D-Glen Carbon) is reminding Illinois drivers they will now have an additional three months to renew their licenses as the Secretary of State extends the deadline once again.

“To ensure residents are covered while DMV employees work to respond to heavy customer volumes, allotting extra time to expiration dates ensures operations continue smoothly,” Crowe said. “With extended deadlines to get into a facility, people now have more time to renew state licenses and identification cards without worrying about waiting in long lines.”

Secretary of State Jesse White’s office announced Friday that expiration dates for driver’s licenses and ID cards has been extended an additional three months to March 31, 2022. However, the new expiration date does not apply to commercial driver’s licenses. The extension comes as secretary of state offices across Illinois continue to get caught up following COVID-19-related closures to their daily operations.

To cut down on long lines and wait times, Crowe encourages individuals to take advantage of the secretary of state’s online services at ilsos.gov. These services include:

  • Renewing a vehicle registration;

  • Applying for a vehicle title and registration;

  • Obtaining a duplicate driver’s license or ID card;

  • Obtaining a driving record abstract;

  • Renewing a standard driver’s license with the Safe Driver Renewal program.

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has also extended the federal REAL ID deadline to May 3, 2023. Current Illinois driver’s licenses or ID cards will continue to be accepted at airports, military bases and secure federal facilities.

For more information and to take advantage of online services, including license plate renewal, people can visit ilsos.gov.

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Crowe iCashServices TWMARYVILLE – State Senator Rachelle Crowe (D-Glen Carbon) is partnering with the Illinois Treasurer’s office to bring an I-Cash Event to Alton next Tuesday.

“Unclaimed property is held by corporations, financial institutions, courts, and life insurance companies that have gone dormant,” Crowe said. “I strongly urge any Illinois resident that is available to stop in to check if they have any unclaimed property, experts will be there to help with filing claims and to answer any questions.”

The event will be held 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 7 at the Hayner Library at the Alton Square Mall.

Representatives from the Treasurer’s office will be available to check if residents have a claim to any of the $3.5 billion in unclaimed funds.

For more information on events Sen. Crowe is hosting, contact her district office at (618) 251-9840.

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01132021CM0747SPRINGFIELD – Members of Illinois’ Child Sexual and Physical Abuse Task Force met virtually for the first time Friday to discuss changes to the state’s Sexual Assault Survivor’s Emergency Treatment Act, under the leadership of State Senator Rachelle Aud Crowe (D-Glen Carbon).

“Child sexual abuse cases differ from adults due to disclosure delays and lack of findings in exams,” Crowe said. “Children who brave the conversation to disclose sexual abuse deserve a robust medical system ready to offer them protection, comfort and support in their time of need. Members of this task force will use their expertise to update the response to child sexual assault cases, and I take my responsibility to lead this process seriously.”

The task force was created to use recommendations from experts to update the state’s response to child abuse cases through SASETA. Task force members include members in the pediatric medical community as well as experts with child advocacy centers across the state. 

“The members on this task force have extensive experience providing support to and advocating for child abuse survivors, and there is an overall consensus more can be done at the state level in terms of considering medical needs during investigations,” Crowe said. “Today’s meeting was an introduction to the discussions ahead and I’m grateful for our participants’ active role in improving the outcomes of our response to child abuse cases.”

Details for the task force’s next meeting are being finalized.

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District Offices
35 Executive Plaza Court
Maryville, IL 62062
(618) 251-9840 P

111 N. Wood River Ave., Suite A
Wood River, IL 62095
(By appointment only)
(618) 251-9840 P

Springfield Office
311B Capitol Building
Springfield, IL 62706
(217) 782-5247 P

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