Meeting roundup


Last updated 11/29/2023 at 4:43pm | View PDF

Hinsdale Village Board

Among other business at their Nov. 21 meeting, trustees:

• held a public hearing on the 2023 proposed total property tax levy of $15,577,075, including the library levy and village taxes to repay six bond issues. That almost $3.2 million in debt repayment money will be abated when the board approves the levy at its Tuesday, Dec. 12, meeting. The village’s portion on the tax bill of a $1 million home will be about $1,400, Trustee Matt Posthuma said. No one spoke at the hearing.

• voted 4-0 to approve the Vine Street Station planned development at 125 S. Vine St. and a portion of 116 S. Grant St. The project will convert the old Zion School building into 12 age-restricted condos.

“I think the project is going to be something everyone is going to be proud of,” said Michael O’Connor, vice president of development and leasing at Holladay Properties.

“I agree,” Village President Tom Cauley said. “Fantastic project.”

• heard Trustee Michelle Fisher report that the village is in the final push of its fundraising drive for the Memorial Building plaza renovation and rail replacement projects. So far about $60,000 has been donated.


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