Op-Ed: On Fairness and Moving Forward

The following is a response to issues raised in an editorial letter by Gustavo Lira that was published last week. For background information on the votes and developers referenced, please read here and here. By Antoinette ‘Toni’ Dorris Some citizens have entertained mistaken notions regarding my intentions (along with those of other trustees) for voting against the InSite proposal and advocating that the Village work … Continue reading Op-Ed: On Fairness and Moving Forward

Letters: Kindergarten Overcrowding, InSite Proposal

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LLOC Recap: Hinsdale Bank Proposal Looking ‘iffy,’ Library Desperately Needs Funds, Pace Bus Shelters and More

The following is a recap of events that transpired at the Legal, License and Ordinance Committee meeting held Wednesday, September 11, 2013, at Village chambers. By Michael Romain WEDNESDAY, MAYWOOD — The meeting was, in fact, two separate meetings. A special meeting of the Board was held to discuss a letter of intent with InSite Real Estate Investment Properties, LLC “for purchase and development of … Continue reading LLOC Recap: Hinsdale Bank Proposal Looking ‘iffy,’ Library Desperately Needs Funds, Pace Bus Shelters and More