All posts tagged "Ethan Hastert"
Village Board agrees to keep current meeting schedule for a full year
ELBURN—Elburn village trustees on Monday agreed to continue meeting only twice a month for now, even though half of them had previously expressed a desire to return to a weekly schedule. Trustee Jeff Walter at the Nov....
- Posted November 22, 2013
Board members feeling ‘out of the loop’
Question whether meeting twice a month is enough ELBURN—The move for the Elburn Village Board to meet twice a month instead of four times a month has caused some trustees to feel “out of the loop,” as...
- Posted November 8, 2013
Board allows video gaming in Elburn
ELBURN—Elburn village trustee Ken Anderson’s question to his fellow board members, “How does this (video gambling) improve the quality of life in Elburn?” went unanswered on Monday evening.
- Posted March 22, 2013
What’s the plan?
Board not ready to vote on Comprehensive Plan ELBURN—Village Board members concluded they are not ready to vote on the draft Comprehensive Plan on Monday, March 18, based on concerns regarding some of the elements of the plan.
- Posted March 15, 2013
Video gaming vote postponed
ELBURN—Elburn Village President Dave Anderson on Monday put off voting on the video gaming issue, due to the absence of two trustees. Jerry Schmidt was on vacation, and Ethan Hastert was called out of town for work.
- Posted March 8, 2013
Elburn Station vote set for March 18
ELBURN—Negotiations on the Elburn Station development are down to the details, and a new date of Monday, March 18, has been set for a Village Board vote regarding the final agreement.
- Posted March 1, 2013
Village trustees renew Elburn Station development discussion
ELBURN—Elburn Village Board members on Monday renewed discussions regarding the Elburn Station development. Village trustees identified their main sticking points with ShoDeen and the development plan.
- Posted January 10, 2013
Board to discuss Elburn Station in new year
ELBURN—Proposed Shodeen development Elburn Station will be a topic for discussion at the Elburn Village Board’s first meeting in 2013.
- Posted December 20, 2012
Parking, other violations may soon cost more in Elburn
ELBURN—Parking illegally in Elburn could soon cost you more money. The Village Board will vote Monday, Nov. 5, on a schedule of fines that were previously discussed at the village Committee of the Whole meeting on Oct. 9.
- Posted October 26, 2012
Elburn tables ShoDeen development
ELBURN—Elburn Village President Dave Anderson on Monday broke a 3-3 tie, tabling the Elburn Station development.
- Posted October 19, 2012
Police chief recommends increase in parking fines
ELBURN—Parking illegally in the village of Elburn could soon get a lot more expensive, according to a rewrite of the traffic codes.
- Posted April 12, 2012
Rounds of applause, toasts of thanks
ELBURN—The Village Board gave its thanks amid rounds of applause and bottled water toasts to Gordon Diershaw and Patricia Rompke, who turned over their seats on the board at Monday's meeting, following the reading of the certified...
- Posted May 6, 2011
Q&A: Elburn Village Board
Candidates: Richard C. Garcia, Audrey Symowicz, William C. Grabarek, David J. Gualdoni, Ethan Hastert Note: Voters can vote for up to three candidates.
- Posted April 2, 2011
Dining with Republicans
Elburn Village President Dave Anderson chats with U.S. Congress hopeful Ethan Haster of Elburn at the recent Western Kane County Republicanâ€™s pork chop and chicken dinner, held at Elburnâ€™s Lions Park Aug. 2.
- Posted August 14, 2009
Younger Hastert wants new generation of Republicans to show themselves
ELBURNâ€”The name â€œHastertâ€ is familiar to most local residents, as the last name of the Congressman who served District 14 for two decades.
- Posted July 10, 2009
Ethan Hastert makes it official: He will run for Congress in 2010
Ethan Hastert, 31, told the Elburn Herald Friday that he intends to run for his dadâ€™s former congressional seat next year. â€œThere is hunger for change. I believe 2010 is the year to do it,â€ Hastert said.
- Posted June 8, 2009