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 hearing before the plan commission, which unanimously approved of the plan with some changes. Trustees said they want the building to be age restricted rather than age targeted. The plan will be up for a vote at the Aug. 16 village board meeting. If approved, developer Holladay Properties Services Midwest Inc. will have to present a detailed plan which will be subject to a plan commission public hearing and village board approval.

• approved a revised intergovernmental agreement with the Illinois State Toll Authority for fire protection and emergency services for about three miles of the Tri-State. The village now will receive $500 for responding to a call and will bill the patient if he or she is taken to the hospital. Previously the Tollway paid the village $300 for a call in cases where the patient was not billed.

• approved an outdoor dining application for Corner Bakery, 42 E. Hinsdale Ave., to have three tables on Hinsdale Avenue

• listened as Village President Tom Cauley read a proclamation designating July as Parks and Recreation Month in the village