Meeting roundup

Hinsdale Village Board

Among other business Tuesday, trustees:

• reviewed two new properties — 108 S. Adams St. and 322 N. Garfield Ave. — to be added to the village’s Historically Significant Structures Property List. The historic preservation voted 5-0 to recommend inclusion on the list. The board plans to vote on the properties at its Oct. 17 meeting.

• discussed approving preservation incentives for the home at 136 N. Washington St. owned by Andy O’Connor and Katie Lambert. The historic preservation commission recommended approving a building permit fee waiver and expedited processing, a property tax rebate, which could total $5,200 over five years, and a $10,000 matching grant for the construction of an addition to the south side and exterior improvements. The owners plan to spend more than $100,000 on the renovation project. The board will vote on the incentives Oct. 17.

• voted unanimously to approve a three-year contract extension between the village and Republic Services for the collection and disposal of solid waste, landscape waste and recyclabes. Since the last conversation, Republic Services agreed to increase the threshold for diesel fuel surcharges from $4.75 to $5 a gallon. Most residents will see an annual increase of $12 a year.

• learned the village has received more than $35,000 in donations from residents and businesses for the Memorial Building historic plaza and roof railing campaign