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Week in Review: D41 Chooses New Superintendent, New Business to Open, Police Reports

A look back at some of the stories from the last week, including top stories and other items you may have missed.

Business

Opening Soon: Bird On A Wire Studio

The new business is planning a soft opening in March, followed by a grand opening in April.

A look at some job openings from around the area.

Real Estate

SOLD: Glen Ellyn Real Estate Sales Feb. 14 Edition

A look at recent Glen Ellyn home and property sales.

A European-style brick home with 3-bedrooms and 2.5-baths is one option for buyers in the $700,000 range.

Government

Matching Grant to Fund Crescent Blvd. Improvements

The Village of Glen Ellyn will receive funding from the Illinois Transportation Enhancement Program to beautify Crescent Boulevard.

The Village of Glen Ellyn's Board of Trustees voted to allow the golf course to purchase new restaurant furniture and new golf carts.

Village of Glen Ellyn Takes Steps Toward Greater Transparency

A review of information recently released, including employee compensation, reveals that titles and salaries are provided. But, employee names are not provided along with compensation information.

Schools

District 41 Chooses Paul Gordon as Next Superintendent

Gordon was appointed Monday night. His three-year contract includes an $195,000 annual base salary.

Through the use of characters, John Morello addresses issues teens face including drugs, bullying and personal choices.

Community

The first Asperger social skills group will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 16 at Kaitlin's Hideout in Glen Ellyn.

Police

Glen Ellyn Police Department reports, Feb. 3 - 10.

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