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Monday, August 20, 2018
The Highwood City Council will consider entering into a contract for an energy retrofit at its meeting at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.
With all members present, meeting a quorum was no obstacle for the Highland Park City Council’s Nov. 9 meeting, which was called to order at 7:33 p.m. by Mayor Nancy Rotering at Council Chambers in City Hall.
The Village of Round Lake Board of Trustees will discuss possible guard rail repairs and the 2015 comprehensive plan at its meeting at 7 p.m. Monday.
The Village of Round Lake Board of Trustees approved the reconstruction of the MacGillis Drive Bridge among other items during its Nov. 16 meeting.
The city's municipal ordinances and international property maintenance code are on the agenda for Zion City Council's meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday.
The Lake Forest Public Works Committee approved the Regency Lane Sanitary Sewer Installation Contracts and Established Ordinance at its Oct. 5 meeting.
The Lake Forest Property and Public Lands Committee held an executive session to discuss the purchase lease or sale of real property at its Oct. 19 meeting.
The Village of Barrington Hills Insurance Committee planned to review its current and future insurance policies at a Dec. 7 meeting.
The Waukegan Judiciary Committee approved plat maps and site plans for a new Hampton Inn and Suite at its Nov 2. meeting.
The Village of Wadsworth will host a presentation on Lake County history at 7 p.m. Jan. 28 at Village Hall.
The Highwood Committee of the Whole considered the city's 2015 tax levy at their meeting Dec. 1.
The Lake Forest Parks and Recreation Board considered its fee schedule for the Deerpath Golf Course, Lake Forest Fitness Center and Forest Park for the coming fiscal year.
The Lake Forest Building Review Board will consider the construction and demolition of residences at its next regular meeting Jan. 6.
Lake County officials recently posted a reminder to residents of some of the new state laws that will take effect Jan. 1.
The Antioch board of trustees considered new regulations Dec. 7 that will govern the licensing process for tobacco shops in the village.
The Committee Representing Our Young Adults (CROYA) Adult Board discussed a number of recent successes from the CROYA youth program at its Sept. 15 meeting.
The Deerfield Board of Trustees will vote on a number of contracts for its North Avenue Reconstruction Project at its regular meeting Jan. 4.
The Lindenhurst Police and Fire Commission discussed upcoming promotions at its regular meeting Dec. 10.
The Lake County Board approved its 2016 budget and tax levy at its regular meeting Nov. 10.
The Aurora Planning and Development Committee authorized four historic preservation grants for local buildings at its Dec. 10 meeting at Aurora City Hall.