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Carol Stream IL moversCarol Stream is a village in DuPage County, Illinois.

Incorporated on January 5, 1959, and named after the developer's daughter, Carol Stream had a population of 39,711 as of the 2010 U.S. census. In 2011 CNN's Money Magazine ranked Carol Stream #49th on its list of 100 best places to live in the United States.

Carol Stream is administered by a body known as the Legislative Board, which is composed of seven elected officials: a mayor and six trustees..

 

 

A common misconception is that the municipality of Carol Stream was named for a local minor waterway. In fact, Carol Stream is one of the few communities in America which took its name from the first and last names of a living person: Carol Stream, the daughter of its founder Jay Stream.

Jay W. Stream, a military veteran who had previously sold insurance and ready-mix concrete, was in the mid-1950s heading Durable Construction Company. He became frustrated with red tape while negotiating a planned 350-400 home subdivision in nearby Naperville.  A Naperville clerk reportedly advised Stream to "build your own town", and in 1957, Stream began buying unincorporated farmland outside Wheaton. He hoped to allow people to work in the town they lived in, rather than have to commute to Chicago.

On August 26, 1957, Carol and three friends were returning from Racine, Wisconsin in a 1949 Studebaker. While attempting to cross U.S. Route 45 in central Kenosha County, the car was struck in the right rear corner, killing 15-year-old Richard Christie of Chicago, the passenger seated there. Carol was ejected through the windshield and into a utility pole. Neurosurgeons at Kenosha Memorial Hospital said the comatose girl might never awaken or, if she did, would likely be severely handicapped. On advice of the doctors that her recovery might improve with good news, Jay decided to name the new community in her honor. After four months in a coma, Carol regained consciousness.

 

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Jackson Moving & Storage will continuously do everything to ensure that our Carol Stream clients’ move is as easy as possible.  We will be on time and work proficiently to complete their move economically and with no mishaps.  This is why Jackson Moving & Storage employees in Carol Stream are properly trained on every procedure for safe moving, and it all starts by getting and training great individuals. Training and education will continue until Jackson management is satisfied that movers are displaying correct procedures, professionalism and courtesy to complete their job.

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At Jackson Moving & Storage our movers in Carol Stream can help simplify the moving process, allowing you to sit back and enjoy all the excitement that comes with moving into your new place. Contact us today for more information regarding our services.

 

 

 

 

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