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But School Board wants Springfield to get a reality check.
“If they build it lot line to lot line, it's going to be a mess in the future."—Brendan Hill
Aldermen praised her four years of accomplishments on Elmhurst City Council.
Aldermen agree that taking on debt to prevent current residents from shouldering the total cost is worthwhile.
TIF needs to make tax dollars start flowing for the plan to work, aldermen said.
Alderman calls the proposed 9 percent hike "a healthy rate increase."
Tourism fee more than doubles—emergency dispatch fees going up, too—but staff says the city has benefited greatly from these services.
Elmhurst City Council Acts in the wake of Attorney General's ruling.
Timing of ruling allows City Council to reverse its tax levy.
Commission wants more input from the community as it looks to tweak the zoning code.
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