LEMONT – The support of Illinois Senate Republican Leader Christine Radogno and House Republican Leader Jim Durkin played a key role in the passing of a pension reform bill through the Illinois General Assembly on Dec. 3.
COUNTRYSIDE – Two months after deciding the opposite, Countryside’s Plan Commission voted Nov. 3 to recommend a change to the city’s 30-foot front yard setback standard.
WHEATON – Wheaton's finance department was honored for the 11th straight year for its work on the 2012-13 budget, according to a news release from the city.
DOWNERS GROVE – The village's Transportation and Parking Commission will present a study Wednesday that looks at improving traffic at the intersection of Fairview and Maple avenues and prepare the area for redevelopment.
LAKE BARRINGTON – The Barrington Countryside Fire Protection District once again is participating in a “Keep the Wreath Red” public awareness program, where seasonal decor encourages residents to keep their families safe from fires this holiday season.
ELMHURST – The residential building sewer inspections that RJN Group is conducting in south Elmhurst are more than halfway completed.
ELMHURST – In addition to presenting an annual review of the city's four TIF districts, the TIF Joint Review Board discussed how changes to the businesses at Elmhurst Crossing could affect TIF III.
After a months-long national search, the Forest Preserve District of DuPage County has a new executive director.
HINSDALE – A levy of about $9 million in property taxes was unanimously approved by the Hinsdale Village Board on Tuesday to help assist with village and library operations.
ELMHURST – The differences between the two Hahn Street Redevelopment finalists' finances may not be as clear as an initial review showed.
The DuPage County Board on Tuesday approved the rezoning of the Ken Loch Golf Links property near Lombard, allowing a developer to move forward with a planned multi-family home development project.
The controversial saga surrounding a gas station seeking to set up shop at Butterfield Road and Route 53 near Glen Ellyn is over for now, after the DuPage County Board voted Dec. 10 against granting the development a conditional use permit.
LEMONT – The Lemont Village Board approved a $2.85 million tax levy for 2013 during its Dec. 9 meeting.
LEMONT – The Lemont Village Board took steps to improve the village's debt recovery practices during its Dec. 9 meeting.
WILLOWBROOK – Revenue projections are hitting the mark, sales and eating tax are on the rise and the Village of Willowbrook has adequate cash at hand, but officials are also preparing for large capital projects that need to be addressed within the next few years.
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