Flossmoor village board members Monday will take the first step toward a possible repeal of the longtime prohibition of pickup truck parking on residential driveways. Board members will consider a motion directing the Flossmoor plan commission to hold a public hearing on a proposed text amendment to the village’s zoning[Read More…]
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On Tuesday, an overwhelming majority of voters in Flossmoor said “yes” to a referendum question asking whether they would be in favor of allowing personal use pickup trucks to park on residential driveways in the village. With all nine precincts in the village reporting, the vote in favor of allowing trucks[Read More…]
The little law that made big news all over the country will be called into question again soon. On the Nov. 6 ballot, Flossmoor residents will vote on a referendum question asking about the village’s ban on visibly parked pickup trucks.
Flossmoor trustees have approved language for the advisory referendum on whether to change the village’s long-standing truck parking ban ordinance. Voters on Nov. 6 will consider whether the truck parking prohibition, which is part of the village’s zoning ordinance, should remain in place. Flossmoor’s zoning law specifies that personal pickup[Read More…]
One of Flossmoor’s newest residents Monday brought an old question to officials at the village board meeting. Why does Flossmoor prohibit parking personal use pickup trucks in residential areas? “What was the problem?” Mark Penacho asked board members. Penacho said he moved to Flossmoor “two days ago” and only discovered[Read More…]
Flossmoor’s long-standing prohibition on pickup truck parking in residential neighborhoods will be back on the agenda at Monday’s board village board meeting. According to a media advisory released Friday, the village board “will discuss the consideration of a revision to the Village of Flossmoor Zoning Ordinance which regulates the[Read More…]
A group of Flossmoor residents determined to overturn the village’s longtime pickup truck ordinance will bring their argument — and a petition — to the village board meeting on Monday. Flossmoor resident Luke Lambert started the petition on Facebook, not expecting it to get much traction. Quickly, however, he saw[Read More…]