Agreement between city and community center may save historic West Chicago house
WEST CHICAGO – By April 30, 2014, the 144-year-old Joel Wiant House, located in West Chicago's Turner Junction Historic District, may look a little different.
With a restored roof, bricks, windows and more, the house's exterior will no longer violate City Code, thanks to a proposed agreement between West Chicago and local community center officials.
The West Chicago City Council's Development Committee recommended approval of the agreement at a special meeting Sept. 19. It will go before the City Council Oct. 7.
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