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  • Park Ridge might pursue stormwater referendum

    Park Ridge might pursue stormwater referendum
    Park Ridge residents might be asked whether to create and fund a citywide stormwater management program. Aldermen agreed by informal consensus on June 16 to craft and place that question on the Nov. 4 general election ballot, while simultaneously moving...
  • Park Ridge residents to vote on more money for library

     Park Ridge residents to vote on more money for library
    Now it's official: Park Ridge residents will decide in November whether to pay more property tax to the Park Ridge Public Library for four years to restore services and hours. On Monday, aldermen voted 6-1 to put the question on the Nov. 4 general...
  • District 64 stays put on fees, computer cost

    District 64 stays put on fees, computer cost
    Parents of Park Ridge Niles District 64 students in grades six through eight will be required to shell out up to $650 for student fees and a required computer for the upcoming school year. Student fees total $315, while the district's 1:1 initiative...
  • Park Ridge delays decision on stormwater fee

     Park Ridge delays decision on stormwater fee
    Park Ridge might ask voters whether to create a new stormwater utility fee to help pay for future flood control projects, but won't do so in November. Aldermen on Monday informally concurred they need more information about what a stormwater utility fee...
  • Tinley Park unveils term limits referendum

    Tinley Park unveils term limits referendum
    Tinley Park officials have unveiled a resolution that would place a binding referendum on the fall ballot asking voters whether they want term limits for elected officials. Under the resolution proposed by village leaders, Tinley Park's elected...
  • Wilmette voters might see two referendum questions on ballot

    Wilmette voters might see two referendum questions on ballot
    When Wilmette voters cast ballots in the November election, they may be weighing in on providing money to two revered local institutions — New Trier High School and the village's lakefront. Officials of the Wilmette Park District recently said...
  • Des Plaines debates electrical aggregation referendum

    Des Plaines debates electrical aggregation referendum
    The Des Plaines City Council debated recently whether residents and small-business owners would be interested in allowing city officials to negotiate a potentially lower monthly electric bill on their behalf. Illinois law allows municipalities and...
  • Westmont looks at fee for flood control projects

    Westmont looks at fee for flood control projects
    Westmont trustees likely will consider a plan to implement a new stormwater utility fee to alleviate flooding in the village. At the Community Stormwater Stakeholder meeting on June 10, a consultant for the village told members of the group and the...
  • Surveys show support for New Trier referendum

    Surveys show support for New Trier referendum
    Officials with New Trier Township High School District 203 said they are cautiously optimistic with the favorable results of a pair of recent surveys gauging community support of a proposed $89 million referendum to renovate the Winnetka campus. The...
  • Park Ridge backs referendum on airport noise

    Park Ridge backs referendum on airport noise
    Park Ridge Aldermen on Monday overwhelmingly endorsed an ordinance that, if it received final approval, will place an advisory question on the Nov. 4 general election ballot asking residents about noise levels at O'Hare airport. The question asks...
  • O'Hare noise may be on Park Ridge ballot

    O'Hare noise may be on Park Ridge ballot
    Park Ridge aldermen took a step Monday to placing a question on the Nov. 4 election ballot about the process establishing noise and air quality standards around O'Hare Internatonal Airport. Aldermen gave the go-ahead to the drafting of a referendum...