Government

Some garbage days will change

Trash pickup days will change for about 1,000 Evanston residents starting April 2 because of a restructuring of the garbage collection routes.The routes were reconfigured because the city will begin collecting garbage from condo buildings with six units or less that are currently a part of the city's condominium program. Adding these buildings to the routes will save the city money and aid in containing the cost of trash collection for the expanding condominium population in Evanston.

Voter registration ends March 20

The regular registration period for this spring's election ends Tuesday, March 20.Residents who have moved or changed names must re-register to vote. Voter registration is available from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Evanston City Clerk's Office, located in the Evanston Civic Center, 2100 Ridge Ave.

Displaced director lands new city gig

Max Rubin, Evanston's former director of facilities management, has been named the city's first full-time emergency preparedness manager by City Manager Julia Carroll. Ms. Carroll said Mr. Rubin's selection was the result of a full recruitment process including advertising and interviewing. Twelve people applied for the position, and four were selected for interviews."Max was far and above the most qualified candidate," Ms. Carroll said.

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