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Tag Archive | "Arlington Heights Village Board"

Arlington Heights Village Board Opts Out of Rise in Minimum Wage, Paid Sick Day Requirement

The Arlington Heights village board late Monday night voted 5-4 Monday to opt out of Cook County ordinances raising the minimum wage and mandating businesses to pay employees for sick days. The current Illinois minimum wage is $8.25. As of July 1, the new minimum wage in Cook County will be $10 per hour, then […]

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Are New Arlington Heights Police Station Planning Standards Held to the Same Scrutiny as Mom & Pop Businesses?

If you’ve lived in Arlington Heights very long, and if you’ve ever attended a Village Board meeting or watched one on local cable TV, you’ve noticed that Arlington Heights building codes and planning requirements are rigorous. While seeking approval from the Village Board you will hear all sorts of hypothetical situations proposed by Village Board […]

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Police Families Always Want Their Police Officers to Be Safeguarded; Forget the Temporary Fort for Arlington Heights

The Village of Arlington Heights Board of Trustees has decided that the police department needs a new police station, listing the following shortcomings of the existing facility that will be resolved by constructing a new facility in the same location … • Safety of officers and residents is a concern with the layout of the […]

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Statement from Mayor Tom Hayes to the People of Arlington Heights Regarding Facebook-Generated Controversy

Traditionally, local politics and reputable local government in Arlington Heights has been remarkably non-partisan, but this week turned a little ugly — possibly fueled by the national political climate, and the hazards of social media. Arlington Heights Mayor Tom Hayes issued a statement at the Village Board meeting Monday night, February 6, 2017 in response […]

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Arlington Heights Village Board, Hillside Towing Won’t Budge

Hillside Towing met with the Arlington Heights Village Board at Monday night’s Village Board meeting, but there is one thing that only Trustee Carol Blackwood understood … Hillside won’t agree to a zone variance approval that is conditional on Hillside clearing out of their current business operations at the northeast corner of Arlington Heights Road […]

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Liquor License “L” Approved for Arlington Ale House on West Campbell St, Arlington Heights

Arlington Ale House was given the go ahead as the Village Board unanimously approved the Liquor Commissioner’s issuance of a Class “L” Liquor License to Arlington Ale House Ltd., dba Arlington Ale House, located at 111 W. Campbell Street, Suite 300. We look forward to many, many years of great success there. We thank you […]

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Liquor License Denied for “Bottles and Barrels Sports Bar & Grill” at Westgate Shopping Center, Arlington Heights

The Arlington Heights village board Monday night denied a liquor license to petitioner Ilias Haritos, who sought a liquor license for Bottles and Barrels Sports Bar & Grill. Haritos is hoping to open business at 1609 W. Campbell in the Westgate Shopping Center — the former location of Murphy’s. Haritos has state Beverage Alcohol Sellers […]

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Update: Public Hearing on Hickory-Kensington TIF District Proposal — Borders Dryden Ave, US 14, Belmont Ave and Miner St

UPDATE: About 40 residents attended the public hearing on a TIF district for the Hickory-Kensington area on Wednesday night at 7:00 p.m. Opposing issues to the redevelopment plan include … (1) high-density population in the area with skepticism about 5-story condo/apartment buildings, (2) concern about the existing businesses that would be relocated or closed, (3) […]

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St. Viator High School in Early Planning Stages To Replace Cafeteria With Dining Area/Wi-Fi Internet Cafe by 2015

St. Viator High School is in the early stages of planning for a $7-8 million state-of-the-art cafeteria for the private high school at 1016 East Oakton 1213 East Oakton Street. Planners hope to approved the cafeteria plans by early 2014, and finish construction by 2015. The cafeteria would be similar to a college dining area […]

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Op Ed: Save $65,000 from the Capital Projects Fund Budget by Using Existing Weather/Observation Services

“Yes, you can tell what’s going on by looking outside, but we have 200 miles of streets, and the village is 8 miles long … This is another tool in our ongoing effort to perform more efficient snow and ice control and keep the streets as safe as we can,” said Mike Reynolds, Village of […]

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Three-Way Race for Arlington Heights Mayor As Mark Hellner Announces Candidacy

A three-way race for mayor is developing with the announcement Sunday of the candidacy of Mark Hellner, an attorney with experience in legal services that assist seniors at risk of losing their homes due to delinquent property tax payments. Hellner works for the Center for Disability and Elder Law (CDEL) in Chicago. He also serves […]

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Hersey Grad, Former Avondale, Arizona Mayor Ron Drake Running for Arlington Heights Mayor

Ron Drake, 54, a John Hersey High School grad and former mayor of Avondale, Arizona, has picked up a packet for Arlington Heights village president in the April 2013 consolidated election. Now two candidates will run for mayor or village president of the Village of Arlington Heights — Thomas Hayes and Ron Drake. Drake grew […]

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