Meeting roundup

Hinsdale Village Board

Among other business Tuesday, trustees:

• heard a recommendation to award Burke LLC $250,000 for the rehabilitation and reconstruction of the police department’s gun range HVAC system. The system is more than 20 years old and currently inoperable, according to a village memo, rendering the range unusable. Officials said having a gun range on site allows the department to schedule officer qualifying and training as well as weapons certifications during regularly scheduled work hours rather than trying to fit into a neighboring department’s schedule. The cost will be covered by grant funding from the Illinois Secretary of State. The village has spent about $9,000 as part of the preliminary project planning phase.

• approved a Class B2 and a Class B4 liquor license for the new restaurant Que Miso at 114 S. Washington St. The licenses, which permit both alcohol sales and packaged sales, are the same ones held by the previous occupant, Sauced Pizzeria and Bar. Co-owner Greg Mizen said Que Miso’s concept is Mexican/Asian fusion and will offer wine, beer and cocktails. He said the eatery’s opening is tentatively planned for mid-September.

• heard a recommendation to award the design engineering and construction observation professional services for the 2024 street resurfacing program to HR Green in the amount not to exceed $94,420. The village is planning spend about $700,000 next year to resurface Monroe Street from Sixth to Eighth, Fifth Street from Lincoln to Garfield, Quincy Street from North to Hickory, Bodin Street south of Eighth to north of Ninth and the Veeck Park parking lot. The board is expected to take action on the matter its Sept. 19 meeting.