Canine care, closures, compensation come up March 21 for Highland Park City Council
The Highland Park’s City Council will consider issues such as police and parking matters, planning, proclamations and professional concerns at its 7:30 p.m. meeting March 21 at City Hall.
The council will tackle a group of ordinances under an omnibus vote early in the meeting for routine budgetary concerns, police business and professional services agreements—including compensation for city employees and a union agreement concerning local police.
Additionally, members will rule on a Lions Club proposal for temporary parking prohibitions at 1840 Green Bay Road to facilitate the organization’s upcoming special event for hearing and vision screening; and the city will approve a three-year agreement for internet services with Comcast at a monthly price of $885.
Dogs will have their day as the council authorizes “Domestic Pet Grooming Services” as a permitted operation in all commercial zoning districts plus the “I-Light” industry district as a result of a recommendation made by the Plan & Design Commission.
Also in community development, council members will review requests concerning multi-family residential units along Oakwood Avenue, with tentative plans to deny one proposed zoning map amendment regarding high-density dwellings but to recommend endorsement of a four-story multifamily building comprising 27 units.
The Highland Park City Council meets in Council Chambers at 1707 St. Johns Ave. The meeting will be adjourned by 10:30 p.m. at the latest.
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Highland Park, IL 60035