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Paving success

Officials from local communities gather Tuesday to celebrate a shared success. Shown in front, from left, are Yorkville Councilman Ron Emerson, Tiltonsville Street Supervisor Bruce Antilles, Yorkville Street Supervisor Jesse Cordery, Yorkville Street Department worker Chuck McGlaun, Yorkville Mayor Karen Vargo, Rayland Mayor Tammy Morelli, Yorkville Police Chief John Morelli and Yorkville Councilman Matt Goolie. In back, from left, are John Morelli Jr., representing the Tiltonsville Street Department and Sam Jokovich of the Yorkville Street Department. The Pugliese Foundation provided $26,000 to help the communities that make up the YTR Coalition — Yorkville, Tiltonsville and Rayland — purchase an infrared asphalt recycling heater trailer and an asphalt patcher hot box, shown behind them. The equipment will be shared, and employees from the various villages will help one another with road repair work. For more Yorkville news, see Page A6. Photo Provided

Officials from local communities gather Tuesday to celebrate a shared success. Shown in front, from left, are Yorkville Councilman Ron Emerson, Tiltonsville Street Supervisor Bruce Antilles, Yorkville Street Supervisor Jesse Cordery, Yorkville Street Department worker Chuck McGlaun, Yorkville Mayor Karen Vargo, Rayland Mayor Tammy Morelli, Yorkville Police Chief John Morelli and Yorkville Councilman Matt Goolie. In back, from left, are John Morelli Jr., representing the Tiltonsville Street Department and Sam Jokovich of the Yorkville Street Department. The Pugliese Foundation provided $26,000 to help the communities that make up the YTR Coalition — Yorkville, Tiltonsville and Rayland — purchase an infrared asphalt recycling heater trailer and an asphalt patcher hot box, shown behind them. The equipment will be shared, and employees from the various villages will help one another with road repair work. For more Yorkville news, see Page A6.

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