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Residents' noise, traffic concerns appear to be alleviated under ordinance approved by Hinsdale trustees.
Government, The Neighborhood Files
Trustees agreed to a compromise that jump starts improvements at Woodlands, while assuming a more manageable debt obligation.
Eden got a push to the Plan Commission for a public hearing on a necessary text amendment to the zoning code.
Tuesday's board of trustees meeting was a busy one; here are a few notable items.
Utility officials provided a lot of information on storm-related outages this summer at Tuesday's board of trustees meeting, but Hinsdale officials were more interested in why the lights go out under blue skies.
The Hinsdale board of trustees approved Eden Supportive Living's move into Washington Square, but an amendment to the zoning code must first be passed at a public hearing.
The village board voted to approve an ordinance prohibiting customers from bringing their own bottles of liquor to restaurants, known as BYOB.
After securing two grants totaling $300,000, the Village of Hinsdale will be able to complete a number of projects that have lay dormant due to budget constraints.
The Village of Hinsdale Board of Trustees approved a motion Tuesday to buy the new courts, but the Hinsdale Paddle Tennis Association is expected to reimburse the village.
Village talks KLM Park improvements and grants, platform tennis and new appointments at Tuesday's meeting.
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