Elmhurst aldermen will continue their discussion on the Addison Avenue development during a Committee of the Whole meeting Tuesday, Sept. 3. The COW meeting will be held at about 8:30 p.m., immediately following the regular Elmhurst City Council meeting, which begins at 7:30 p.m. This is the second in a series of discussions designed to bring focus to the Addison Avenue plan; aldermen began discussions Aug. 26.
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But First ...
In addition to approval of minutes and accounts payable, the regular City Council consent agenda includes the following items for approval:
- York and Vallette Fall Fest Oct. 12
- Development of an electrical safety program at the water reclamation facility
- Regulations related to the disposal of fats, oils and grease
- Electronics drop-off event at Knights of Columbus Oct. 13
- Approval of general prevailing hourly wages for laborers, mechanics and other construction workers
- Non-exclusive licensing agreement with the Center for Speech and Language Disorders
- Front yard setback variation for 155 S. Poplar
- Approval of the purchase of a tree stumper and emergency generator
- Award of storm sewer extension project to Down Under Construction for an amount not to exceed $73,387
- Approval of a new five-year contract with Metro Paramedic Services Inc.
Aldermen will then hear reports on the tax increment financing and sales tax incentive policies, and any reports from Mayor Steve Morley and City Manager Jim Grabowski.
Finally, the City Council will vote on creation of a four-way stop at Chandler and Adelia.