Public hearing to remain open through July 2

By on June 22, 2012

ELBURN—A public hearing that was opened at the Village Board meeting on Monday will remain open until the next meeting, Monday, July 2.

The hearing is to consider the annexation agreement between the village and the developer of Elburn Station. The hearing will remain open so that the village can get the annexation agreement, the connection fees for water and sewer and the school land cash fees determined.

The hearing, while open, allows for public comment.

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3 Comments

  1. OneWhoCares

    June 22, 2012 at 3:33 PM

    A public hearing that was opened at the Village Board meeting on Monday will remain open until the next meeting, Monday, July 2.
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    For what ever reason there is still consideration of more development to add to the burden of Elburn tax payer’s is insane. The current people of Elburn don’t want it and don’t need it until maybe if and when all the current financial and cutbacks are taken care of.
    If the village board wants the development lets take it to the Elburn voter’s and maybe…just maybe they will understand that we don’t want more development until the answer’s are plainly in place on just WHO IS GOING TO PAY for all the added sew and water needs for one . Then too what about taking care of out streets and sidewalks that in some areas are kind of dangerous.I could go on but I’m sure that many folks feel the same way

  2. rak40

    June 23, 2012 at 10:46 AM

    Generally, I believe development is a good thing for the community. However, in this particular case, I’m concerned that the proximity of a portion of this development to the railroad tracks will, over time,find many of those units vacant and lacking care and maintenance.

  3. Zombieeye

    June 30, 2012 at 3:01 PM

    Why don’t we just call it the next Jericho Circle. This is a big mistake, too much too soon especially when so many homes are forclosing and for sale in Elburn, why add more when we cannot get the ones we currently have filled.

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