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 By Ken Knutson    News

Village raises pay levels in 'tough market'

Feeling the impact of the tight labor market, Hinsdale officials have boosted village pay rates in a bid to stay competitive with other municipalities. At the May 3 village board meeting, trustees approved increases to the pay... — Updated 5/11/2022

 
 By Pamela Lannom    News

Trustees seek Historic Overlay District

After almost a year of discussion, Hinsdale trustees are referring a proposal to create a Historic Overlay District to the village’s plan commission. Homes identified as historically significant in the district would be eligible... — Updated 4/28/2022

 

No plans for Arbor Day? We've got some ideas

Tomorrow, April 29, marks the 150th anniversary of an often overlooked but important holiday. The first Arbor Day was held April 10, 1872, in Nebraska. Newspaperman J. Sterling Morton (Morton Arboretum founder Joy Morton’s... — Updated 4/27/2022

 

Meeting roundup

Hinsdale Village Board Among other business Tuesday, trustees: • heard Village President Tom Cauley report that Ryan Companies had withdrawn its latest proposal for redeveloping the Institute for Basic Life Principles site at... — Updated 4/13/2022

 

Meeting roundup

Hinsdale Village Board Among other business at their March 15 meeting, trustees: • learned Ryan Companies asked to have its proposal for a senior living development at Ogden Avenue and Adams Street pulled from the agenda.... — Updated 3/30/2022

 

Meeting roundup

Hinsdale Village Board Among other business at their March 15 meeting, trustees: • learned Ryan Companies asked to have its proposal for a senior living development at Ogden Avenue and Adams Street pulled from the agenda.... — Updated 3/23/2022

 
 By Pamela Lannom    News

Village may kick meters to the curb

Come June 1, the need to feed parking meters in downtown Hinsdale could be a thing of the past. Trustees and staff discussed a plan to allow three-hour zoned parking in the central... — Updated 3/16/2022

 
 By Ken Knutson    News

Residents still object to Ryan's plan

Developer Ryan Companies has again downsized its proposal for a senior living project on roughly 32 acres in Hinsdale's northwest corner. But residents in the adjacent Fullersburg... — Updated 3/2/2022

 
 By Pamela Lannom    News

Old Zion school building might go condo

The old Zion Lutheran School will be converted to condos if the Hinsdale Plan Commission and Hinsdale Village Board approve the proposal. Holladay Properties Services Midwest Inc.... — Updated 2/23/2022

 
 By Ken Knutson    News

Village seeks louder voice on airplane noise

In response to residents’ complaints about increased airplane noise, Hinsdale has joined with other communities in proximity to Chicago’s airports to find ways to address the nuisance. At Tuesday’s village board meeting, Hins... — Updated 2/2/2022

 
 By Ken Knutson    News

Hladik's family questions report's validity

Hinsdale President Tom Cauley said last week he wanted to make public a 36-page report completed more than a year ago on the investigation into the death of Nicole Hladik, a 25-year-old village firefighter/paramedic candidate who... — Updated 1/26/2022

 
 By Pamela Lannom    News

Supply chain issues affect plow purchase

Village officials had expected to buy a new snowplow for $190,000 and have it delivered this year. Now, the Peterbilt Model 578 will cost $220,134 — 16 percent more — and not be available until the second quarter of 2023. “Th... — Updated 1/5/2022

 

Meeting roundup

Hinsdale High School District 86 Board Among other business Dec. 16, board members: • approved a final levy of $89.7 million for operations and $12.2 million to pay off debt. The levy for funds controlled by the tax cap is 2.2 pe... — Updated 12/29/2021

 
 By Tom Cauley    News

Hinsdale ending the year in a good place

The financial impact of the pandemic on Hinsdale lessened in 2021, with many revenue sources rebounding to pre-pandemic levels. We will end 2021 with a reserve balance of $6.7... — Updated 12/22/2021

 

December time for fa-la-la-la-la levies

December is a month for caroling, baking cookies — and approving tax levies. This week, Hinsdale’s village and school boards are approving their tax levies, or annual requests for property tax revenue. These levy requests will... — Updated 12/15/2021

 
 By Ken Knutson    News

Village flood victims receive relief

Dozens of northeast Hinsdale residents whose homes were infiltrated by flood waters in June are being compensated for the damage caused after flooding was blamed on work related to the Central Tri-State Tollway expansion project.... — Updated 12/8/2021

 
 By Ken Knutson    News

Trustees consider budget for year ahead

Hinsdale trustees have signaled their support for an $18.4 million operating budget for 2022. At Tuesday night’s village board meeting, trustees reviewed the draft spending plan for the upcoming year, which is an increase of $623... — Updated 12/1/2021

 
 By Ken Knutson    News

Residents can get a hand shoveling snow

Hinsdale seniors can get help shoveling snow this winter under a new village initiative. The Snow Shoveling Referral Program will provide village residents over the age of 60 or who have a disability with the names and contact... — Updated 11/17/2021

 
 By Pamela Lannom    News

New study will help village to update its road plan

With the current 15-year master infrastructure plan nearing its end in 2024, village officials are preparing to create the next document to guide road resurfacing, reconstruction and repairs. Trustees plan to spend $57,400 to have... — Updated 11/3/2021

 
 By Ken Knutson    News

HCS finds new home, same landlord

HCS Family Services will be moving to larger and less disjointed environs pending Hinsdale Village Board approval of the agency’s relocation from the Memorial Building to the village-owned building at 22 E. Elm St. At their Oct.... — Updated 10/13/2021

 
 By Ken Knutson    News

Flood victims want action on claims

By Ken Knutson [email protected] Residents of northeast Hinsdale who suffered property damage from flooding during a June 26 storm believe work related to the Tri-State Tollway expansion is to blame but are still waiting f... — Updated 10/6/2021

 
 By Ken Knutson    News

Bagley House gets Wright buyer

An early Frank Lloyd Wright design on County Line Road in Hinsdale was saved from potential demolition after being purchased last week by preservationists. The 1894-built Frederick... — Updated 9/22/2021

 
 By Pamela Lannom    News

Zoning relief might boost preservation

Village officials are discussing a two-pronged approach to help encourage historic preservation in town. One of the strategies is to offer incentives to those who are interested in preserving a historic home. The Hinsdale Village... — Updated 8/12/2021

 

Meeting roundup

Hinsdale Village Board Among other business Tuesday night, trustees: • approved a new water rate structure that includes a $15 infrastructure maintenance and improvement fee on each bill (issued every two months) to fund water... — Updated 8/11/2021

 
 By Pamela Lannom    News

Trustees: Ryan proposal still too dense

Before the Hinsdale Village Board will refer Ryan Companies’ plan for a senior living facility on Ogden Avenue to the village’s plan commission, density and traffic concerns will have to be addressed. That’s the message... — Updated 7/14/2021

 

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