Berwyn City Council to discuss zoning changes, tax levies Tuesday
The Berwyn City Council will meet on Tuesday to discuss revamping the city’s existing zoning ordinance and the upcoming tax levy for 2013.
The council will first meet for a Committee of the Whole meeting at 7 p.m., moved back an hour from its usual 6 p.m. start time, to discuss both issues in depth before taking further action during the 8 p.m. regular meeting.
The city recently adopted a new comprehensive plan, which was aided by the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for planning, or CMAP. As part of the original grant that funded the planning project, CMAP also is offering to stay on board to help the city revise its zoning ordinances in accordance with the plan.
The council will only be voting on a resolution to accept the help of the organization, and is not slated to vote on any specific zoning issues on Tuesday.
The city also will have a preliminary reading of the levy issue for the 2013 fiscal year. No specific dollar amount has been given for the proposed levy in publicly available documents. The city council will not vote on passing a levy ordinance until public notice can be served and a public hearing can be held. They are tentatively slated to vote to accept a levy in December.
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