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Development agreement approved again, Triumph building demolition to begin

Homewood trustees on April 12 approved an incentive package that would enable Burlington to develop a department store at 17825 Halsted Street. The space formerly was home to Office Max, which closed late in 2020.

The village agreed to rebate sales tax revenues collected from Burlington over a four-year period, estimated to be approximately $200,000, and gave support for a Cook County Class 8 property tax reduction.

To make the project viable, the board also agreed to support Class 8 designations for three adjacent properties: Smoothie King at 17715 Halsted; a vacant storefront at 17729 Halsted; and the . . .

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Summer events

Friday, June 24

  • Pride Party at the Flossmoor Community Church Community House, 847 Hutchison Road in Flossmoor. The family-friendly event will have food, music and other entertainment from 5 to 8 p.m.

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