ELBURN—Elburn Public Works Superintendent John Nevenhoven served in the United States Navy for nine years of active duty before going on to college and marrying his wife Melissa.March 8th, 2013 | Susan ONeill | Comments Off | Continued
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ELBURN—Elburn Village Board trustees on Tuesday made some final tweaks to changes to the plan they are requesting from Elburn Station developer Dave Patzelt, setting the stage for a vote on the development at a meeting on Monday, Feb. 25.February 22nd, 2013 | Susan ONeill | Comments Off | Continued
Elburn—It looks as if residents won’t have to face a water/sewer increase—for a while, at least.
Superintendent of Public Works John Nevenhoven told the Elburn Village Board Monday that to complete all the projects on his wish list, water rates would have to increase from $5 to $15 a month.March 25th, 2011 | Sandy Kaczmarski | 5 comments | Continued
Public service becomes priority during blizzard
ELBURN—Elburn firefighters, police officers, snow plow drivers, neighbors, Good Samaritans and a guy on a snowmobile rose above and beyond the usual to help those in need during Tuesday’s blizzard.
by Lynn Meredith Elburn—Public Works, like the other village of Elburn departments, presented to the board on Monday its proposals for spending in the coming year. “We’re not voting. We’re just discussing at this point,” Village Administrator Erin Willrett said. “These are John (Nevenhoven)’s plans. We need to know if we’re on track or not, [...]January 14th, 2011 | Lynn Meredith | Comments Off | Continued
ELBURNâ€”The village of Elburn had three top staffersâ€”an administrator, a police chief and a public works superintendent until 2008, when it created another positionâ€”community development director, a job that later was renamed assistant village administrator.May 7th, 2010 | Martha Quetsch | Comments Off | Continued
ELBURNâ€”The revenue-strapped village of Elburn could boost its budget by $463,200 per year by charging every household in Elburn a $20 base fee for water and sewer service, according to a Public Works Department study that village officials requested.February 19th, 2010 | Martha Quetsch | Comments Off | Continued