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Tinley Park,

village (1990 pop. 37,121), Cook and Will counties, NE Ill., a residential suburb of ChicagoChicago
, city (1990 pop. 2,783,726), seat of Cook co., NE Ill., on Lake Michigan; inc. 1837. The third largest city in the United States and the heart of a metropolitan area of over 8 million people, it is the commercial, financial, industrial, and cultural center for a vast
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; inc. 1892. Its population grew significantly in the late 20th cent. Brushes and brooms and electronic products are manufactured, and there is some agriculture (corn, cattle, dairying).
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John Alfirevich, of Apple Chevrolet in Tinley Park, Illinois, has received the 2019 TIME Dealer of the Year award, presented by TIME and Ally Financial, during the 102nd National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) Show in San Francisco.
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