Busy Agendas for Elmhurst Committees; First Up, It's Time to Talk Turkey About Chickens
Committee discussions will run the gamut from chickens to consultant contract renewal to sanitary system improvements to building codes.
Elmhurst Committees have a lot on their agendas on Monday, Oct. 22.
Development, Planning and Zoning Committee will begin its meeting with a discussion about allowing chickens in residential neighborhoods. The issue was brought to the committee by aldermen Dannee Polomsky and Norman Leader. More than 170 residents have signed a petition in support of chickens in Elmhurst.
The committee also will discuss a review of the building code, as well as electronic signs.
Finance, Council Affairs and Administrative Services Committee will discuss the following items:
- Review of consultant contract renewals
- Review of paperless agenda system
- 2012 tax levy
- Review of vehicle sticker fee structure
Public Works and Buildings Committee will discuss the following:
- Sanitary system improvements—policy decisions
- Stormwater subcommittee report
- Right-of-way vacation at Kimball, Myrtle and Gladys
- Electricity proposal for the Addison parking deck
- Refuse/recycling contract
Public Affairs and Safety Committee is slated to discuss mobile food units.
All committees will meet at 7 p.m. at City Hall, 209 N. York St. Public comments will be welcome.