SENU’s questionnaire was pretty thorough, so I’m sharing their questions, and my answers, as probably the closest thing I’m going to get to an interview in this campaign. 1,851 more words
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This article was published in the Dec. 8, 2011, issue of the Kendall County Record, Yorkville, Ill.
Dan Nicholson admits that the old vehicles and timber on his Nicholson Logging and Lumber property in downtown Yorkville aren’t pretty, but says they all have a purpose and help him make a living. 1,447 more words
Aesthetic Zoning: Who Said Rainbows Were Beautiful? Georgetown International Environmental Law Review
Aesthetic Zoning: Who Said Rainbows Were Beautiful?
By Nicholas Nunn, Staff Contributor
The home is the center of our environment. We spend the majority of our day, a solid chunk of our income, and countless man-hours living in and maintaining our homes. 485 more words
Highest and best use of public land —??
From council meeting June 23, 2015
The following Notice of Motion was not listed in the recent agenda, but brought forward during councillor verbal reports at the end of the council meeting by Councillor Meghan Lahti. 415 more words
Mon, Jun 29, 2015, 5:00 am Dick Conoboy
Without horrendous effort on the part of a neighborhood, or even with horrendous effort, neighborhoods are hard-put to fend off unwanted development, some in the form of rezones. 204 more words
Aerial view, site as shown on Flavelle Oceanfront materials, June 2015
The Flavelle open house was held on June 23, 2015 to… 289 more words