ELBURN—Voters in Elburn will be asked to approve a new property tax levy to pay for pensions for police officers. If approved, the new tax would be a separate line item on property tax bills.December 9th, 2011 | Sandy Kaczmarski | Comments Off | Continued
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ELBURN—The Elburn Committee of the Whole on Monday tabled a recommendation to award a public works contract to the lowest bidder after objections from a labor management organization and questions from the board on the vast difference in the bids.October 28th, 2011 | Sandy Kaczmarski | Comments Off | Continued
ELBURN—After initially being approved to receive a $15,000 grant to update the village’s Comprehensive Land Use Plan, the Chicago Metroplitan Agency for Planning decided that wasn’t enough, and awarded the village of Elburn a full grant in the amount of $100,000.October 22nd, 2011 | Sandy Kaczmarski | Comments Off | Continued
Mayors visit capitol to keep state from cutting village funds
ELBURN—With Local Government Distributive Funds (LGDF) in jeopardy of elimination, a group of mayors and village presidents made a show of force in Springfield to urge lawmakers not to eliminate the distribution of that money to municipalities.
Anderson calls for community support to keep village funds
ELBURN—Village President Dave Anderson will head to the state capital in Springfield this week to voice his concerns about pending legislation, and he called for the community to join in and express their views as well.
Census shows village grew significantly; state may harm village finances
ELBURN—At its meeting on Monday, the Elburn Village Board received news that the official census report from the state lists Elburn with 5,602 residents—up from 4,700 at its last census.
Boy Scouts from Elburn Troop 7, Aaron Michek, 15, Sam Webster, 11, and Caden Sheehan, 11, present the Stars and Stripes at Elburn’s Arbor Day Celebration Saturday at the Elburn and Countryside Community Center, while Elburn Village President Dave Anderson reads a proclamation.May 6th, 2011 | Mary Herra | Comments Off | Continued
Sticking point for ‘no’ vote was personnel raises
ELBURN—The Elburn Village Board officially passed its 2011-12 fiscal year budget in a special Village Board meeting Monday. The vote was 4-1, with Ken Anderson opposed and Jerry Schmidt present but abstaining.
Village considers how to update playground at community center
Elburn—The Village Board gave the OK for village officials to apply for an Open Space Land Acquisition and Development Grant from the Illinois Department of Natural Resources in order to replace playground equipment at the Elburn and Countryside Community Center playground.