All posts tagged "Dave Anderson"
Vending machines possible at Metra station
ELBURN—The Elburn Village Board on Monday discussed a proposal to bring in vending machines to the Metra warming house. Sycamore residents Alex Broches and Patrick Meister came up with the idea after noticing an opportunity.
- Posted August 17, 2012
Eagle Scout completes police shooting range project
ELBURN—Eagle Boy Scout candidate Michael Aderman presented the Elburn Police Department with a check for $2,097.59, the total cost of the project he completed for the shooting range at the end of South Street.
- Posted August 10, 2012
No vote yet
Elburn Station annexation hearing remains open ELBURN—There's still time to make your voice heard concerning the Elburn Station annexation agreement with ShoDeen.
- Posted August 9, 2012
Public speaks at annexation hearing
ELBURN—A small crowd at the Elburn Village Board meeting on Monday voiced their concerns about the annexation and planned development agreement between the village and Elburn Station.
- Posted July 20, 2012
Public comment on Elburn Station development remains open
ELBURN—The public hearing on whether or not to annex the Sho-Deen development into the village of Elburn has been open since May 27.
- Posted July 5, 2012
County preserves ‘Rustic Roads’
Program retains area's agricultural roots ELBURN—Take a turn down Pouley Road, between Keslinger and Hughes roads, and you'll get a sense of rural Elburn before the train and the subdivisions arrived in town.
- Posted June 28, 2012
Charting the course for Elburn
ELBURN—In the first phase of a year-long project to update Elburn's Comprehensive Plan, Elburn business owners, Kaneland high school students, Elburn service providers and key people in the community all participated in workshops designed to elicit feedback...
- Posted June 14, 2012
Elburn ends the year in the black
ELBURN—The village of Elburn ended the fiscal year with a positive balance, with more money to start this year than it had at the beginning.
- Posted June 1, 2012
Shodeen development public hearing stays open
ELBURN—The Elburn Village Board will keep the public hearing on the Shodeen property annexation open until Monday, June 4. Village President Dave Anderson said he hopes the three remaining issues are resolved by that date.
- Posted May 24, 2012
Downtown Elburn parking lot closes
ELBURN—Although the Community Congregational Church closed its parking lot on Sunday as promised, Elburn village trustee Jerry Schmidt asked the question anyway during Monday's Elburn Village Board meeting.
- Posted April 19, 2012
End (of negotiations) in sight for Elburn Station development
ELBURN—Village officials and Shodeen Construction representatives continue to work through the details of the annexation agreement for the Elburn Station development, with a special Village Board meeting set for Monday, May 14, to vote on the agreement....
- Posted April 19, 2012
Elburn Station project chugs along
ELBURN—The Elburn Station project is moving forward, with continuing discussions between Shodeen representatives, village staff and the Village Board.
- Posted April 13, 2012
Police chief recommends increase in parking fines
ELBURN—Parking illegally in the village of Elburn could soon get a lot more expensive, according to a rewrite of the traffic codes.
- Posted April 12, 2012
Elburn’s assessed value drops
ELBURN—Elburn's assessed value has dropped $30 million in the past two years, from $199 million in 2009 to $169 million in 2011, Village President Dave Anderson said.
- Posted April 6, 2012
Village discusses downtown parking lot
ELBURN—With the impending closure of the Community Congregational Church parking lot on the corner of Shannon Street and Route 47 in Elburn, local businesses are looking to the village to help them out.
- Posted March 29, 2012
Comprehensive Land Use Plan consultant approved for hire
ELBURN—Images, Inc. has been selected by the Elburn Village Board to work on the Comprehensive Land Use Plan, paid for by a $100,000 grant.
- Posted March 23, 2012
Elburn Village Board looks at budget
ELBURN—With expenditures still outweighing income on the first draft of the 2012-13 budget, the Elburn Village Board looked for ideas of what to cut and what to keep at its meeting on Monday.
- Posted March 22, 2012
And Five-0 makes it official
A good crowd turned out to witness the ribbon cutting at Five-O Tattoo in downtown Elburn on Friday.
- Posted March 9, 2012
Election 2012: Voters asked to approve new tax for police pension on March 20
ELBURN—On the March 20 ballot, voters will be asked whether or not to authorize the village of Elburn to levy a new tax.
- Posted March 9, 2012
‘Where is everybody going to park?’
Church's plan to close parking lot stirs business owners into action ELBURN—For anybody coming through Elburn on a given day, it's noticeable that the downtown is experiencing a boon.
- Posted March 1, 2012