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Meeting roundup


Last updated 1/6/2021 at 3:30pm | View PDF

Hinsdale Village Board

Among other business Tuesday, trustees:

• approved the use of Motor Fuel Tax Funds to pay for infrastructure improvements. The actions include using $995,000 to pay for the reconstruction of Eighth Street from Garfield Street to County Line Road; the use of $398,000 to partially fund the 2021 Chicago Avenue Resurfacing Project, with a total cost estimate of $930,000 (the remaining $532,000 will be paid for with federal Surface Transportation Fund; and the use of $400,000 to partially fund the 2021 Maintenance Project, with a total cost estimate of $663,140.

• referred to the plan commission a request to change the front and rear facade of the west end the Garfield Crossing building, 26-32 E. First St., to allow Circa Lighting to take over the tenant spaces formally occupied by Kaehler and Verizon. The Verizon store will move to 34 E. First St.; Kaehler closed late last year.

• heard Village President Tom Cauley’s appointment of Sarah Barclay for a three-year term to the Hinsdale Historic Preservation Commission, with a term through April 30, 2023.

• authorized the vacation and sale of a portion of unimproved alley adjacent to 646 S. Bruner St. for $12,000


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