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Meeting roundup

 

Last updated 3/30/2022 at 3:13pm | View PDF



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. Village President Tom Cauley said he had individually polled trustees and determined there would have been a unanimous vote against the plan for a 180-unit senior living facility and 20 senior living duplex villas on the 32-acre site.

“When the developer was apprised of that, he asked to have time to determine what they are going to do,” Cauley said.

• heard an informal presentation from Trevor Bosack, assistant to the village manager, on possible design standards and a permit approval process for outdoor dining in the central business district. Jersey barriers and tents will no longer be allowed.

Village staff have met with restaurant owners, Bosack told trustees.

“Everyone is excited about this solution,” he said. “They are looking forward to it.”

He will return to the board with more details and formal approval.

• listened to the annual integrated pest management report from John Finnell, forestry and parks superintendent

• reviewed a list of upcoming events sponsored by the Hinsdale Chamber of Commerce that village staff support, including the farmers market, Uniquely Thursdays concert series, fine arts show and sidewalk sale

 
 

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