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Sunday, February 18, 2018
The city of Park Ridge Youth Services Commission met Feb. 23 to view the updated budget report.
The city of Park Ridge Community Health Commission met Feb. 23 to update the webpage.
The city of Park Ridge Intergovernmental Joint Review Board met Feb. 21 to hear public comments.
The Park Ridge Public Library Board of Trustees met Feb. 21 to check the year to date budget report.
The city of Evanston Utilities Commission met Jan. 13 to build an energy efficient benchmark initiative.
The city of Evanston Liquor Control Review Board met Feb. 1 to consider issuing licenses.
The city of Evanston Preservation Commission met Jan. 31 to review an application for a wrap around porch.
The city of Evanston Harley Clarke Planning Committee met Jan. 19 to hear public comments.
The city of Evanston Administration and Public Works Committee met Jan. 23 to purchase a recycling vehicle.
The city of Evanston Municipal Officer Electoral Board met Jan. 11 to review cases.
The city of Evanston Planning & Development Committee met Jan. 23 to review restaurant special use permits.
The city of Evanston Minority, Women and Evanston Business Enterprise Development Committee met Jan. 18 to schedule projects.
The city of Evanston Economic Development Committee met Jan. 25 to negotiate a lease.
The city of Evanston Zoning Board of Appeals met Jan. 24 to review a special use permit request.
The village of Glencoe Committee of the Whole met Jan. 19 to review infrastructure needs.
The village of Glencoe Board of Trustees met Jan. 19 to review the work plan report.
The village of Tinley Park Police Pension Board met Jan. 18 to elect trustees.
The village of Tinley Park Building and Compliance Committee met Jan. 17 to discuss the interim building inspection contract.
The Des Plaines City Council met Jan. 17 to purchase replacement parkway trees.
The city of Prospect Heights Fire/Police Commission met Jan. 17 to discuss personnel matters.