Grayslake Board of Trustees covers animal, award matters
Mayor Rhett Taylor called the village of Grayslake board meeting to order 7 p.m. Feb. 16 at 10 South Seymour Ave. to hear updates regarding animal control, awards, traffic queries and blood donation.
A resident requested that a three-way stop sign be installed at the intersection of Waterford Drive and Prairieview Avenue during the meeting’s public comment portion.
Bruce Bassett made a motion, seconded by Elizabeth Davies, to authorize the execution of an agreement with the Lake County Health Department for animal control services.
Charlotte Renehan invited all to attend a presentation about the history of the Gelatin Factory 10 a.m. Feb. 27 at the Grayslake Heritage Center and Museum.
Shawn Vogel announced that the annual Economic Development Commission awards were presented to Abbie and Aaron Lawlor at the annual Chamber Installation dinner. Aaron serves as Lake County board chairman.
Vogel also reminded all present that the Grayslake Fire Department blood drive was scheduled to take place also on Feb. 27 at the main firehouse at 160 Hawley St. in downtown Grayslake. Fire officials hoped donors could spend about 45 minutes donating, and while walk-ins were welcomed, appointments were preferred.