Deerfield trustees consider proposal to allow partial village census
At a meeting this week, the Deerfield Board of Trustees considered a proposal to allow the U.S. Census to perform a partial census in the village.
The board consists of the mayor and six trustees, all of whom are elected for four-year staggered terms and who serve without pay. The board is the legislative body of the village government.
Below is the agenda for this meeting, as provided by the board.
TENTATIVE AGENDA FOR THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Monday, June 20, 2016, 7:30 P.M.
Call to Order
Pledge of Allegiance
Minutes of Previous Meeting
Bills and Payroll
16-61 Report of Staff re: Right-in-Right-out Curb Cut for Access to the Lindeman Lot
(Between AT&T Building and Fleet Feet) from Deerfield Road
16-64 Report of Staff re: Amending Chapter 3, Alcoholic Beverages, of the Municipal Code
to Create a Class O License Classification to Allow Beer and Wine in its Original
Package at Automobile Convenience Food Shop and Issuance of One Class O
16-41-2 Ordinance Authorizing a Fence Height Modification at 705 Indian Hill Road for a
Fence 10 Feet in Height Instead of the Permitted Maximum Height of 7 Feet – 2R
16-57-1 Ordinance Updating the 1986 Deerfield Appearance Code, Adoption of Two
Booklets: Building and Site, and Signs – 1R
16-62-1 Authorization to Execute an Agreement with the U.S. Census Bureau to Conduct a
Partial Special Census (AMLI/Woodview)
16-65 Resolution Approving Lease of Village Property at 1219 Carlisle Place
Items for discussion by Mayor and Board of Trustees
Reports of the Village Manager