Canadian National signs voluntary mitigation agreement with Village of Sauk Village, Ill.

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CHICAGO — CN announced this week it has reached a voluntary mitigation agreement with the Village of Sauk Village, Ill., located about 30 miles south of Chicago, addressing the municipality's environmental and safety concerns with the railroad’s acquisition of the Elgin, Joliet & Eastern Railway. With this pact, CN now has voluntary mitigation agreements with 24 of the 33 communities situated on the EJ&E in Illinois and Indiana.

CN, which completed its purchase of the EJ&E on Jan. 31, 2009, will provide funding for various measures in Sauk Village, including the creation of a quiet zone, noise mitigation, and emergency response training and communication.
CHICAGO — CN announced this week it has reached a voluntary mitigation agreement with the Village of Sauk Village, Ill., located about 30 miles south of Chicago, addressing the municipality's environmental and safety concerns with the railroad’s acquisition of the Elgin, Joliet & Eastern Railway. With this pact, CN now has voluntary mitigation agreements with 24 of the 33 communities situated on the EJ&E in Illinois and Indiana.

CN, which completed its purchase of the EJ&E on Jan. 31, 2009, will provide funding for various measures in Sauk Village, including the creation of a quiet zone, noise mitigation, and emergency response training and communication.
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