Before Monday night's DuPage County zoning board of appeals meeting -- where the is seeking approval for a -- a judge will decide if Glen Ellyn village officials can testify during these hearings.
Last week, COD attorneys asking Judge Hollis Webster to "enforce" the mediation agreement, which ended the lengthy litigation between the village and college. In the agreement, the village relinquished regulatory control, and DuPage County assumed responsibility for regulating permitting, construction and inspections on COD's campus.
The latest motion states village officials are "overzealous advocates" by testifying at county hearings. Attorneys are seeking to keep village officials silent at these meetings after Staci Hulseberg, planning and development director, voiced her concerns about COD's expansion plan at a May 10 hearing, along with trustee Pete Ladesic.
It's expected that Webster will return a decision on COD's motion during Monday's 9 a.m. hearing at the DuPage County Courthouse.
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