Restaurants in Flossmoor may now allow dogs and cats in outdoor dining spaces, but the new ordinance did not get unanimous support from the village’s trustees. The village board voted 5-1 on Monday, May 17, to pass an ordinance amending Flossmoor’s municipal code to pave the way for animals to[Read More…]
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Flossmoor Mayor Michelle Nelson on Monday, May 17, appointed Gina A. LoGalbo to the vacant village clerk position. The appointment was confirmed by the village board. LoGalbo is a licensed and practicing attorney and works for the Cook County Bureau of Human Resources. You have reached content available exclusively to[Read More…]
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Flossmoor’s budget for Fiscal Year 2022 is projecting what appears on paper as a total deficit of $3.08 million, but it is largely attributable to 2021 streets and storm sewer projects being funded by the proceeds of a $10 million bond sale that took place at the end of FY21.[Read More…]
Flossmoor residents may see their water bills go up by 7 cents per 1,000 gallons starting this month. The Village Board voiced its support to “pass through” both a Harvey rate increase and a Chicago component increase onto residents’ water bills. Chicago’s rate is expected to increase June 1 and[Read More…]
Michelle Nelson and Ann Mitchell look over election results on Tuesday. (Mary Compton/H-F Chronicle) (Story updated with additional comments at 12:08 a.m. Wednesday) You have reached content available exclusively to Homewood-Flossmoor Chronicle digital subscribers. Receive a 3-day free trial of unlimited digital access. Already a subscriber? Login here.
The Village of Flossmoor is aiming to catch up soon on some equipment replacements that have been deferred in recent fiscal years. Flossmoor officials continued their examination of the preliminary fiscal year 2022 budgeton Monday, March 15, during a regularly scheduled Village Board meeting. This time, Village Manager Bridget Wachtel offered[Read More…]
At Monday’s village board meeting, Flossmoor Mayor Paul Braun will appoint Robert Kopec as the village’s next fire chief. The village board is expected to approve the appointment. Kopec will begin his new position April 5. He will take over from Interim Fire Chief Greg Berk, who has served since former[Read More…]
Flossmoor is going to have to find a way to deal with some financial challenges in the coming years, and the idea of enacting a home rule tax to solve them is a nonstarter for the current Village Board. Those were the key discussion points Tuesday, Jan. 19, during a[Read More…]
Flossmoor officials announced Wednesday afternoon that village hall and public works offices will reopen to the public on Thursday, Jan. 21. Flossmoor public facilities have been closed because of state-imposed virus mitigation restrictions. The suburban Chicago region has been in Tier 3 mitigations since November. State health officials announced on[Read More…]