All posts tagged "Kevin Schmidt"
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
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
Village Board to vote on video gaming March 4
ELBURN—The Elburn Village Board is working out the details of the video gaming ordinance that would allow video gambling machines in places that serve liquor within the village of Elburn. Trustee Ken Anderson said he is still...
- Posted March 1, 2013
Village Board revisits video gaming ban
ELBURN—Elburn Village Board members have decided to revisit the village’s ban on video gaming, which has been in place since September 2009.
- Posted February 22, 2013
Church parking lot issue remains unresolved
ELBURN—A parking shortage in downtown Elburn has plagued local businesses and customers since the closure of the Community Congregational Church’s (CCC) 40-space lot on the corner of Shannon and Main streets, and there’s no solution in sight.
- Posted January 10, 2013
It was green for miles …
The Elburn Chamber of Commerce held its annual golf outing at Hughes Creek on Thursday. The Chamber raises money at this annual event to bring more activities to the Village of Elburn.
- Posted June 15, 2012
Village discusses downtown parking lot
ELBURN—With the impending closure of the Community Congregational Church parking lot on the corner of Shannon Street and Route 47 in Elburn, local businesses are looking to the village to help them out.
- Posted March 29, 2012
‘Where is everybody going to park?’
Church's plan to close parking lot stirs business owners into action ELBURN—For anybody coming through Elburn on a given day, it's noticeable that the downtown is experiencing a boon.
- Posted March 1, 2012
‘O’ is for outdoor
Proposed ordinance would help outdoor liquor sales ELBURN—The Elburn Village Board discussed the creation of a Class O liquor license that would regulate outdoor retail liquor sales at its Committee of the Whole meeting on Monday.
- Posted June 17, 2011
‘Doc Hall’ building razed
Elburn—Drive through downtown Elburn, and you may notice something missing. An empty lot sits where the two-story building on the east corner of North and Main was demolished Monday.
- Posted January 14, 2011
Businesses ask for expanded liquor-sales hours
ELBURNâ€”Two Elburn business operators want the village to expand the number of hours they can sell alcohol under the current municipal liquor code.
- Posted July 23, 2010
Special-use permits issued for new tavern
ELBURNâ€”Kevin Schmidt, owner of Schmidt's Towne Tap, was granted three special uses he applied for recently for the bar and restaurant he opened last December at 107 N. Main St., Elburn.
- Posted April 16, 2010
Village President sells building after buyer receives liquor license
ELBURNâ€”Elburn Village President Dave Anderson sold his building at 107 N. Main St. on July 23 to Kevin Schmidt, three days after Schmidt obtained a village liquor license for the site, Village Attorney Bob Britz said.
- Posted July 30, 2009
Updated 7/24: Code change allows liquor license for space village president owns
Village president said in July 23 email building was under contract, now sold (not rented) ELBURNâ€”The Elburn Village Board changed an ordinance on Monday to allow a liquor license to be issued for a new tavern in a...
- Posted July 24, 2009
Village establishes a second Class A liquor license
The Elburn Village Board established a second Class A liquor license Monday following Kevin Schmidt's recent application for that type of license for a bar at 107 N. Main St.
- Posted June 19, 2009
3 new liquor licenses requested
ELBURNâ€”Three Elburn businesses, including Rosati's and two pubs that could open downtown this summer, asked the village for liquor licenses.
- Posted June 11, 2009