The Glen Ellyn Village Board will meet at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 9, at Glen Ellyn Civic Center, 535 Duane St.
The meeting will open with recognition of the Public Works Department, as well as Leonore Neary, chairman of the Environmental Commission, who is retiring. Members of the public will then be invited to speak for up to three minutes on any topic.
In addition to the approval of minutes and accounts payable, the following items will be voted on as part of the consent agenda:
- appointment of William Demos, student, to the Finance Commission
- appointment of James Bourke and Larry LaVanway to the Zoning Board of Appeals
- approval of the St. Petronille Picnic Sept. 14 on parish grounds
- naming of the property located at 644 N. Main St. as a Glen Ellyn Local Landmark
- approval of an interior improvement grant for $15,000 and a façade improvement grant for $15,000 to 535 Penn LLC, opening at 535 Pennsylvania Ave.
- approval of an ordinance to add "Chapter 40 Hotels" to the village code, which will establish hotel licensing regulations
The board will then hold a public hearing on the proposed Roosevelt Road/Park Boulevard tax increment financing district. The village has met all of the statutory and procedural requirements needed to designate the area a TIF District.
A second hearing, on proposed annexation agreements for 21W180 and 21W200 Hill Avenue, will also be conducted.
Village Board members will then discuss the public parking lot project at 460-478 Duane Street. The city will vote to approve a special use permit, zoning variations, and contracts for landscaping ($575,000), construction oversight ($45,000), and engineering and design services ($34,400).
Meetings are taped and televised on WideOpenWest Channel 6, AT&T Channel 99, and Comcast Channel 10.