Woods & Wetlands

 Sierra Club 
Woods & Wetlands Group

Route 120 Bypass

May, 2009

 

Keep the Route 120 Bypass Out of Our Open Space

Send an e-mail to rmedley@lakecountypartners.com .

Ask for a new alignment that avoids environmentally sensitive areas, and protects our groundwater.

See what they're saying at www.120now.com .

Ask for intersection upgrades, alternative modes, and less sprawl at http://www.co.lake.il.us/transportation/fm_comments.asp .

Don't let them destroy the Big Sag wetland bank,
the Almond Marsh Heron Rookery the Northbrook Gun Club wetlands,
and other wetlands in the Rt. 120 (53) corridor.

What We Enjoy Now

Plenty of New Development

Development Expected with Improved Rt. 120

Development Expected with Arterial Bypass

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Keep the Route 120 Bypass Away From Almond Marsh

Send an e-mail to rmedley@lakecountypartners.com .

Ask for a new alignment that avoids environmentally sensitive areas, and protects our groundwater.

See what they're saying at www.120now.com .

Ask for intersection upgrades, alternative modes, and less sprawl at http://www.co.lake.il.us/transportation/fm_comments.asp .

Don't let them destroy the Almond Marsh Heron Rookery
the Big Sag wetland bank, the Northbrook Gun Club wetlands,
and other wetlands in the Rt. 53 corridor.

Thanks to LCCA for this vital information.

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