Here’s what’s going on at Elmhurst City Hall

 

By Dee Longfellow

For The Elmhurst Independent

 

City seeks update to Bicycle, Pedestrian Plan

The City of Elmhurst has requested the firm of Civiltech Engineering of Itasca to update the City’s 2011 Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan. Civiltech submitted a proposal for engineering services required for the project and the City accepted the bid which is to cost no more than $149,905.

 

Plat approved for 183, 189, 191 Addison

By consent, the City approved a preliminary and final plat of subdivision for the property known as 183, 189, 191 Addison St. The applicant was Lennar Multifamily Communities, which is expected to build a residential development on the property.

 

Electronic sign near Messiah Lutheran approved

Based on a recommendation by the Zoning & Planning Commission as well as the City’s Development, Planning & Zoning Committee, the City granted a conditional use to the Integrity Construction Group to install an electronic institutional message board sign on the property of Messiah Lutheran Church, 130 W. Butterfield Road.

 

Massage business in downtown approved

A conditional use permit was granted to BailyBeckett Wellness, Inc., to operate a massage business in the Central Business Core District at 260 No. York St. According to Elmhurst zoning laws, a massage establishment in the central downtown area requires a conditional use. The applicant must assure that the business “will not be detrimental to or endanger the public health, safety, morals, comfort or general welfare,” nor will it be “injurious to the use and enjoyment of other property in the immediate vicinity.”

 

 

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