Flossmoor residents had the opportunity to learn more about the village’s bond referendum during a recent Zoom meeting Wednesday that included a presentation by village staff and time for a question-and-answer session. But with only one resident — and the Homewood-Flossmoor Chronicle — in the virtual crowd, officials gave something[Read More…]
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 to[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. You’ve reached subscriber-only content Register for free to continue[Read More…]
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 trucks[Read More…]
The Cook County Clerk’s Office has released sample ballots for the March 20 primary election. The H-F Chronicle is publishing these to give voters lists of the candidates. You’ve reached subscriber-only content Register for free to continue reading Free 3-day trial Already a subscriber? Log in here.
A group of Flossmoor residents has come together in support of the village’s sales tax referendum set to appear on the March 20 ballot. According to the group’s spokesperson, Don Grasse, about a dozen community members have gathered twice to discuss promoting the referendum, which would create a 1 percent[Read More…]
The District 153 school board approved a balanced 2018 budget of $22.26 million because of an additional $640,000 raised in the 2016 referendum. Revenues, expected at $21.62 million, cannot meet all the expenses despite the administration’s best attempts at holding the line on costs. The board unanimously approved the budget at[Read More…]