The Village of Third Lake is looking for a part-time administrative assistant who enjoys making a difference and takes pride in being an integral part of a small team that supports our 1100 residents.
This role reports to the Village President. S/he is responsible for maintaining all Village documentation and filings not delegated to other officers. This role works closely with other staff and requires excellent customer service skills, initiative, strong attention to detail, ability to work independently, ability to work as part of a team, juggle multiple priorities, and problem solve issues within Village ordinances/rules.
Click here for a list of job requirements, work schedule, benefits and more information.
Resumes and compensation requirements can be submitted to lmateja@ThirdLakeVillage.com
Zebra mussels were first discovered in the Great Lakes area in the 1980s. They have slowly invaded many of the lakes in Lake County. The mussels can be spread to different lakes from boats, birds and geese, and through the watershed. Zebra mussels can cause damage to the native ecosystems. Most notably in the Village of Third Lake, they attach to boats, piers and anything in the water. Even the dam needs to be periodically cleaned because the zebra mussels can cause a problem with the flow of water.
Thanks to John Sonneberg, Joe Rigalski and a team of students at Grayslake North High School, the Village will be participating in a study monitoring zebra mussels. On July 30th Monitoring devices will be attached to the no-wake buoys in Third Lake. On Druce Lake, the devices will be attached to the piers belonging to some residents. Please do not tamper with the devices so we can get an accurate reading of the zebra mussels. This is not a treatment for zebra mussels at this time. We are hoping that the information received from the study will help us understand the situation and determine if treatment is possible in the future.
In response to a recent COVID-19 outbreak in Lake Zurich and surrounding areas, a mobile testing site managed by the Illinois Department of Public Health will be stationed in Lake County next week to provide free Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) tests to the community. The site will be stationed at Lake Zurich, Mundelein, and Round Lake high schools on specific days between July 19 and July 26, 2020.
The monthly Board meeting for the Village will take place at 7 p.m. on July 20, 2020. The meeting will take place at the Village Hall, 87 N Lake Ave.
Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, masks and social distancing are required.
As of release, meetings and social events are limited to lesser of 50 guests OR 50% of overall room capacity. Capacity restrictions will be reassessed based on the latest science and public health metrics on an ongoing basis throughout Phase IV
Clarke Services will be inspecting both Third Lake and Druce Lake on July 16th. The purpose is to monitor the results of the herbicide application that was applied last month and to survey the current plant species in the lake.
They will NOT be applying any chemicals and the lakes can be used as normal.