The Village of Glenview

Board of Trustees Meeting Reports


Archived meeting minutes and agendas​

Village Board of Trustees meeting minutes are available back to 1915 and agendas date back to 1989. Click here, select the "Board of Trustees" folder, and then either the "Minutes" folder or "Agendas" folder.

October 3, 2017

Actions:

  • Appointed Glenbrook South sophomore Wyatt Cummings as the ex-officio student member of the Natural Resources Commission.
  • Gave final approval to a conditional use, final site plan review and preliminary subdivision to allow a new vestibule and a restroom addition for the Cole Park fieldhouse, 1031 Kenilworth Lane, and modifications to pedestrian sidewalks.
  • Gave final approval to a conditional use and approved a final site plan review to allow construction of an expanded canopy and three new gas pumps and extend hours of operation for the Costco fueling station, 2930 Patriot Boulevard.
  • Gave final approval to a final site plan review and preliminary subdivision to allow construction of a new medical office building in the Prairie Glen Corporate Campus for Fertility Centers of Illinois, 2555 Patriot Boulevard.
  • Approved a plat of subdivision for one new lot of record to allow for the construction of an addition to an existing single-family detached residence at 910 Leamington Avenue.
  • Preliminarily declared vehicles and equipment as surplus property, in order to sell them primarily through internet auction sites.
  • Preliminarily amended the Glenview Municipal Code to allow parking on the north side of Thornwood Avenue west of Greenwood Road.
  • Preliminarily granted an official map amendment, rezoning, final site plan review and preliminary subdivision for the Goddard School, 1175 Milwaukee Avenue, a day care facility.
  • Preliminarily granted a zoning variation for parking lot lighting for Glenview United Methodist Church, 727 Harlem Avenue, to allow the installation of three new light fixtures each at a height of 18 feet, increase of the maximum 14 feet, to address safety concerns.
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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