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Homewood trustees to welcome new staff, volunteers at Tuesday meeting

Six village employees will take the oath of office at the Homewood village board meeting on Tuesday, and trustees will consider six appointments to village advisory committees.

Six village employees will take the oath of office at the Homewood village board meeting on Tuesday, and trustees will consider six appointments to village advisory committees.
 
The oath of office will be administered to police officers Brian Krueger and Andy Gasbarro; firefighter/paramedics Richard Qualter, Edgar Serna and Tom Schlesinger; and utility clerk LaShawna Cook.
 
Trustees will also consider appointing Jacqueline Burgess, Odell Fields Jr. and Sally MacDonald to the Ethics Commission; Valerie Warnsby to the Economic Development Committee; and Keith E. Harris to the Community Relations Committee. They will consider the reappointment of Susan Goldberg to the Ethics Commission.
 
In other business, trustees will consider:
  • A liquor license request from MOD Super Fast Pizza set to open at 17631 S. Halsted St. in spring.
  • A resolution to appropriate $700,000 from the village's motor fuel tax fund for street resurfacing work.
  • A special use permit to allow the expansion of The Learning Lab Preschool at 18725-18727 Dixie Highway.
  • Annual reports from the Beautification Committee, the Green Committee, the Storm Water Committe and the Tree Committee.
  • A request for a raffle license for the Foundation 153 gala on Feb. 29.
The board meets at 7 p.m. in village hall, 2020 Chestnut Road.

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