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Flossmoor prepares for review of Meijer plan

 

Surveyors were at work 
Saturday, Dec. 20, at Ryan’s 
Funeral Home, 18022 Dixie
Highway, in preparation for 
the expected sale of the 
building to the Village of 
Homewood.
(Photo by Eric
Crump/The Chronicle)

In new business at its regular meeting Tuesday, Dec. 23, Homewood trustees will consider a downtown property purchase and discuss the development of a community science center.

If the measure is approved, the village would purchase Ryan’s Funeral Home at 18022 Dixie Highway for the purpose of selling the property to a developer. The first choice of development would be a community science center. The village will also consider hiring a consultant to explore the feasibility of developing the interactive scence center. 

Trustees will also take another look at a proposed commercial development at 17725 Halsted St. The measure approving a building design for Shiner Group’s ​ two-tenant structure was tabled at the Dec. 9 meeting when several trustees criticized the appearance of the Halsted-facing side of the building. 

Brian Long will be honored on his retirement for his service to the Public Works Department.

The meeting will start at 7:30 p.m. in the Village Hall board room, 2020 Chestnut Road.


Full Dec. 23 agenda (PDF file)
 

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