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Hinsdale Village Board Among other business at their Jan. 3 meeting, trustees • learned that the online parking permit system experienced some delays but should be ready to go by the end of the week. Drivers also will have the... — Updated 1/11/2023

 
 By Pamela Lannom    News

Board OKs Kensington subdivision gate

Hinsdale soon will have a new gated community off Monroe Street near Ogden Avenue. Julie Laux of J. Jordan Homes is purchasing the 2.2 acres on Kensington Court to build eight... — Updated 1/4/2023

 
 By Tom Cauley    News

Village ends good year, looks to 150th

The village ends 2022 with a reserve balance of over $5 million, which represents 26 percent of the village's annual operating expenses. Given a predicted recession in 2023, the... — Updated 12/21/2022

 
 By Ken Knutson    News

Guide to state's property tax cycle

The property tax is largest single tax in Illinois and is the major source of revenue for Community Consolidated District 181 and Hinsdale High School District 86. The village of... — Updated 12/14/2022

 

Hinsdale Chamber's 56th annual Christmas Walk ushers in holiday season for the village

Thousands flocked to the Christmas Walk Friday night. Once Santa arrived, Village President Tom Cauley began the countdown to turn on the lights on the Christmas tree in front of... — Updated 12/7/2022

 
 By Ken Knutson    Pulse

Stroll over to Christmas Walk

The lights have been hung 'round the downtown with care, which means the village's Christmas Walk soon will be here. And so it will, as the Hinsdale Chamber of Commerce and Razny Je... — Updated 11/30/2022

 
 By Ken Knutson    News

Legal battle with Trinity is continuing

The three-year legal battle continues between the village of Hinsdale and the U.S. Department of Justice and Trinity Sober Living over the right to convert a single-family residence into a living unit for those recovering from... — Updated 11/30/2022

 

Meeting roundup

Hinsdale Village Board At their special meeting Nov. 3, Hinsdale trustees: • heard Village President Tom Cauley invite residents to complete a survey on the Hinsdale Community Pool, available online at www.villageofhinsdale.org.... — Updated 11/9/2022

 
 By Pamela Lannom    News

Homeowners object to new landscape plan

Hinsdale trustees voted unanimously Tuesday to approve changes to the landscape and site plan for a two-story medical office building at 110 E. Ogden Ave., despite objections from adjacent homeowners. The plan calls for 21 15-foot... — Updated 10/19/2022

 
 By Ken Knutson    News

HCS, village accept terms on move

The village of Hinsdale and HCS Family Services have finalized an agreement to relocate the agency and its food pantry to the former Hinsdale Humane Society pet shelter at 22 E. Elm St. At Tuesday’s village board meeting,... — Updated 10/5/2022

 

Officials: SAFE-T Act not about safety

The Safety Accountability, Fairness and Equity-Today act, which goes into effect Jan. 1, has an inaccurate acronym, in Hinsdale Police Chief Brian King’s opinion. “I think the name SAFE-T Act is a complete misnomer,” King... — Updated 9/28/2022

 
 By Ken Knutson    News

Village, Tollway agree on detention basin

The village is poised to approve an intergovernmental agreement with the Illinois Tollway to install an underground stormwater detention system along the 600 block of Harding Road as part of the Interstate 294 expansion project At... — Updated 9/7/2022

 
 By Ken Knutson    News

Village looks to drive parking revenue

In response to significantly lower demand for Metra commuter parking as a result of the pandemic, Hinsdale officials are considering changes to regulations to attract lot users and boost revenue. At Tuesday’s village board... — Updated 9/7/2022

 
 By Ken Knutson    News

'Wall' of trees sought by site neighbors

A residential neighbor of an East Ogden Avenue commercial building being redeveloped are pressing the site’s owners to install landscaping to protect their privacy. At the Aug. 17 meeting of Hinsdale’s zoning board of appeals,... — Updated 8/24/2022

 
 By Ken Knutson    News

Vine Street Station gets trustees' nod

Hinsdale trustees Tuesday approved the concept plan and special use permits for Vine Street Station, a proposed age-targeted housing development in the old Zion Lutheran School. The project from developer Holladay Properties... — Updated 8/17/2022

 
 By Pamela Lannom    News

Legal expenses climb in village, D86

A lawsuit filed against the village by the Department of Justice and Trinity Sober Living has cost the village more than $1.5 million, with more than $689,000 billed this year. “I feel bad about the size of the legal bills, but... — Updated 7/22/2022

 

Meeting roundup

Hinsdale Village Board Among other action at Tuesday’s meeting, trustees: • reviewed plans for Vine Street Station, the 12-unit lifestyle housing development proposed for 125 S. Vine St. and the subject of a May 26 public... — Updated 7/13/2022

 

Meeting roundup

Hinsdale Village Board Among other business at their June 14 meeting, trustees: • unanimously voted to grant the home at 121 S. County Line Road — commonly known as The Bagley House — local landmark designation, as... — Updated 6/22/2022

 

American Legion grateful for community's support

Hinsdale American Legion Post 250 extends gratitude for community support to facilitate a meaningful Memorial Day. Special recognition is given to The Hinsdalean for the beautiful ad published and for providing an effective sound... — Updated 6/15/2022

 

Village signs new contract with police

The Hinsdale Village Board and Illinois Fraternal Order of Police Labor Council have signed a new three-year deal that provides a 2.5-percent increase in the first year. The tentative contract, which covers 18 police officers... — Updated 6/15/2022

 
 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

 

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