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August 2, 2017

EAST ST. LOUIS, Ill. – To help residents keep track of their vehicle registration renewals, state Rep. LaToya Greenwood, D-East St. Louis, is providing information on the Illinois Secretary of State’s program offering electronic notifications for vehicle registration renewals.

“Receiving email notifications for vehicle registration renewals creates a more convenient process and saves tax payer dollars,” Greenwood said. “Email is often a better way to contact people than mail, so we want to provide residents this opportunity and create as much efficiency in government as possible.”

Any interested residents can visit www.ilsos.gov/greenmail to register for receiving email notifications. In order to register, residents must have their Registration ID and PIN. The Registration ID and PIN can be located on their previous renewal notices. If residents do not have their renewal notice, contact the Secretary of State’s Public Inquiry Division at 800-252-8980.

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August 2, 2017

EAST ST. LOUIS, Ill. – State Rep. LaToya Greenwood, D-East St. Louis, will host a meeting with local seniors to discuss issues related to public safety at her “Coffee and Conversation” event with East St. Louis Police Chief Michael Hubbard, and Captain Tim Tyler of the Illinois State Police.

“Unfortunately our seniors are often viewed as easy targets to perpetrators who look to prey on easy victims,” Greenwood said. “This casual conversation is an opportunity to inform our seniors of potential dangers and ways protect themselves from becoming victims of various crimes.”

Greenwood is partnering with local enforcement to host a Coffee and Conversation at the Clyde C. Jordan Senior Center on Friday, Aug. 11 at 10 a.m. to discuss ways seniors can keep themselves safe and out of harm’s way. East St. Louis Police Chief Michael Hubbard and Captain Tim Tyler with the Illinois State Police will be providing useful information and resources to the local seniors in an effort to help reduce the vict...

July 21, 2017

EAST ST. LOUIS, Ill. – State Rep. LaToya Greenwood, D-East St. Louis, is informing local taxpayers and small businesses that they may have uncashed checks waiting for them in the state’s Check for Cash database.

“Over the year millions of dollars have accumulated in uncashed checks and I want to help local residents find money they are owed,” Greenwood said. “These checks and refunds often remain unclaimed without residents knowing they exist. The Check for Cash program helps track down those missed opportunities for money and return them to Illinois residents.”

The Check for Cash website can be found at http://illinoiscomptroller.gov/services/check-for-cash.  For help searching the database, contact Greenwood’s constituent service office at 618-646-9557.

The comptroller currently has records of more than 100,000 uncashed checks. Each year, the state of Illinois issues thousands of checks that go uncashed, most frequently to state employees, small businesses doing business with...

July 21, 2017

EAST ST. LOUIS, Ill. – State Rep. LaToya Greenwood, D-East St. Louis, is informing local taxpayers and small businesses that they may have uncashed checks waiting for them in the state’s Check for Cash database.

“Over the year millions of dollars have accumulated in uncashed checks and I want to help local residents find money they are owed,” Greenwood said. “These checks and refunds often remain unclaimed without residents knowing they exist. The Check for Cash program helps track down those missed opportunities for money and return them to Illinois residents.”

The Check for Cash website can be found at http://illinoiscomptroller.gov/services/check-for-cash.  For help searching the database, contact Greenwood’s constituent service office at 618-646-9557.

The comptroller currently has records of more than 100,000 uncashed checks. Each year, the state of Illinois issues thousands of checks that go uncashed, most frequently to state employees, small businesses doing business with...

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