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.

May 15, 2018


  • Received a plaque from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) commemorating the Village's new Class 5 designation in the Community Rating System (CRS), which recognizes and encourages community floodplain management activities that exceed the minimum National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) standards. The Class 5 rating provides flood insurance premium discounts of 25 percent for properties in the Special Flood Hazard areas (100-year floodplain).
  • Authorized a Class L liquor license for Rio Bamba Latin Kitchen, 1869 Waukegan Road, which allows the consumption of beer and wine only brought onto the licensed premises.
  • Authorized entry into an Intergovernmental Agreement with the Commuter Rail Division of the Regional Transportation Authority (Metra) to fund renovation of the downtown Metra station restrooms to bring them up to Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards for accessibility; and awarded a contract to Reinert Structures Inc. of Yorkville for $71,280 to construct the improvements.
  • Awarded a contract to Morton Salt Inc. of Chicago to obtain 1,600 tons of rock slat through the Lake County rock salt joint purchasing program in 2018 for up to $100,000.
  • Amended the contract with Advanced Cleaning Systems Inc. of South Barrington for an additional $13,479 for a total of up to $786,100 and extended the contract through December 31, 2019 for custodial services for Village facilities for a total of up to $379,987.
  • Authorized execution of a second addendum to the Employment Agreement of the Village Manager to waive the requirement that he relocate his personal residence to Glenview.
  • Authorized execution of a contract with Illinois Century Network for Public Safety Network Communications for a three-year amount of $68,592 to replace public safety Joint Dispatch agencies access to the State of Illinois from T-1 to fiber.
  • Amended Chapter 6, Section 6-24 of the Glenview Municipal Code to increase the total number of Class L liquor licenses allowed to 10 from four, which authorizes the consumption of beer and wine only brought onto the licensed premises of a restaurant or craft brewery.
  • Amended Chapter 90, Section 90-547 of the Glenview Municipal Code to prohibit parking on the south side of Knollwood Lane from Pam Anne Drive to Flick Park.
  • Approved a special event permit for the 11th annual Summer Sounds Concert Series at The Glen Town Center on Tuesday nights from June 26 through August 28; gave permission to sell and consume beer and wine in Navy Park on all 10 occasions; and temporarily approved a traffic ordinance to restrict parking and close Navy Boulevard within the center from 1 to 9 p.m. to facilitate the event.
  • Preliminarily approved amending the Municipal Code to allow traffic control at Glenview's annual Street Festival on Saturday, June 30. Harlem/Lehigh Avenue will be closed from Washington Street to Glenview Road from 5 a.m. to 7 p.m., and restrictions will be placed on surrounding roadways. Restrictions on animal, bicycle and roller skate traffic are required to enhance the safety of participants on the crowded streets and sidewalks. Additionally, the downtown Metra "triangle" parking lot will remain closed until 11 p.m. for Pantry Palooza, which follows the Summer Festival.
  • Preliminarily approved a temporary traffic ordinance to temporarily close portions of Glenview Road, Harlem Avenue and Central Road for the Independence Day parade and temporary closure of Patriot Boulevard, Navy Boulevard, Tower Driver, West Lake Avenue and Chestnut Avenue for the Twilight Concert and Fireworks Show, all for limited periods of time.
  • Preliminarily approved a temporary traffic ordinance to restrict parking on East Lake Avenue, Wagner Road and surrounding subdivision streets during the St. Peter and Paul Greek Food Festival from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. July 21 and 22.
  • Preliminarily approved a temporary amendment to the Municipal Code to restrict animals at the 65th annual Glenview Art League's Outdoor Summer Art Fair.
  • Approved a special permit to Amdur Productions for its 14th annual Art at The Glen Town Center from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. August 3-5; and preliminarily approved a temporary traffic ordinance to restrict parking and traffic on Tower Drive, Wolverine Drive and Navy Boulevard during the event.
  • Preliminarily approved a temporary traffic ordinance to close roads for the Glenview Park District's annual Triathlon on Sunday, August 5.
  • Approved dedicating public right-of-way along 836-944 East Glenwood Road in anticipation of a future opportunity for the road to be converted from private to public ownership.
  • Waived administrative rules and adopted on first reading an ordinance amending Chapter 78 of the Glenview Municipal Code to comply with State of Illinois passage of an act regulating installation of small cellular antenna technology within Glenview. The Act removes or limits control of all installation parameters established by the Village in November 2017, but does allow the Village to regulate overall height and enforce requirements for various design elements that will minimize the visual impact of the installations and charge a fee of up to $650 for individual collocations.
  • Preliminarily extended the permissible construction period for the Abington, 3901 Glenview Road, to build additions to the existing nursing and rehabilitation facility for 12 months, extending the current expiration date for final site plan review and commercial zoning variations until July 18, 2019.
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