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Wilmette Village Board: Village Manager Frenzer presents proposed FY2020 budget
Wilmette Village Board: Dunn and Duffy recognized for longtime service
District 39 Board of Education: Strategic plan approved including effective integration of technology
Wilmette Village Board: Changes made to historic Sheridan Road home allowed to remain
Wilmette Park Board: Intergovernmental agreement for stormwater project to be approved soon
Wilmette Village Board: MOU for underground tanks in parks approved
Wilmette Library Board: Budget for 2019-2020 approved following empty public hearing
Kenilworth Village Board: New committee forming to oversee TIF process
Wilmette Park Board: Chosen stormwater plan preserves trees, improves drainage at Community Playfield
Address canvassing for 2020 Census underway on North Shore
Wilmette Park Board: Residents again advocate for saving cottonwood trees at Community Playfield
Raffle to help Wilmette low-income families stay in homes underway
Taxpayers invited to property tax assessment appeal seminars
Wilmette Village Board: Residents call for Community Playfield cottonwood trees to be saved
Winnetka, New Trier school officials sign Stormwater Intergovernmental Agreement
Kenilworth Village Board: TIF district approved unanimously despite public outcry
Winnetka, New Trier school officials sign Stormwater Intergovernmental Agreement
New Trier Township Children’s Book Collection Drive underway
Wilmette Village Board: Temporary use permits, variation requests, sewer lining contract approved at quick meeting
Wilmette Park Board: Decisions on configuration preferences for stormwater project made
Wilmette Village Board: Fire department members Brill, Riggan and Walters recognized
Wilmette Library Board: Approved 2019-2020 budget includes increase in personnel costs
Wilmette District 39 Board of Education: Resolution addressing June 5 bomb threat condemns hate
Kenilworth Village Board: Opponents of TIF force meeting venue change
Wilmette Village Board: Proposed $1.45M downtown streetscape project presented