GLENVIEW, IL — It promises to be a Memorial Day weekend like no other with the State of Illinois still under Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s stay-at-home order due to the coronavirus pandemic. Traditionally, large gatherings at public events like parades and fireworks shows are a big part of the holiday. That will not be the case this year as all are cancelled, but municipalities like Glenview will be proactive in making sure people follow the rules and stay safe.
” We will continue doing what we have been doing since the original executive order,” Cathy Sostak, Glenview deputy chief of police, told Patch. “If we get complaints, we will respond and if there are any violations we will remind them of the order and ask for compliance.”
With the state expected to move into Phase 3 of the Restore Illinois plan on May 29, some rules with regard to people congregating