Countryside and Hodgkins area may soon become No-Camera zone.
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Since: Nov 11
#1 Mar 28, 2012
It appears that the days where people can have posession of a camera in Countryside and surrounding area, including at the William Tell banquet restaurant, are numbered. Rumors are that ground has been broken for a Hooters restaurant on La Grange Road and Joliet Road, right behind the White Castle. As people are well aware, under Illinois law, cameras, camcorders, and any device capable of taking either still or motion pictures, are prohibited at, or within 3.75 miles or less of, any Hooters establishment in the State of Illinois.
That is correct, people. If this Hooters restaurant does in fact open, and if your high school reunion is at William Tell, you will no longer be allowed to bring a camera to your reunion at all due to it's location within less than 3.75 miles of this Hooters restaurant, and if you do, you will be arrested for violation of Copyright.
#2 Apr 19, 2012
Null and void post!
#3 Aug 20, 2013
That means the red light camera at Lagrange and Joliet will have to come down!
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