Village officials say consistent maintenance will ensure that invasive species will not develop and thrive in the open spaces.
Resurfacing was to take place on specific streets, including parts of Reader, Pierce, Shannon, Lilac, Willow, Nebraska, Kansas and South streets. Construction was to begin in August, with a completion date of mid-October.
A mail-in survey resulted in an almost-even split on whether to approve the additional taxes to help fund the $9 million building, with 46% in agreement of the referendum and 47% not in favor of the increase.
A neighbor has been questioning the village about repairing the light pole, which was accidentally struck by a car in November.
The Ginders, owners of Gindo's Spice of Life, were recently honored with the 2022 U.S. Small Business Administration’s Illinois Person of the Year Award.
Heather Engelhart was recently recognized as Waubonsee’s Outstanding Adjunct Faculty Member in the Adult Education Division for 2022.
Waubonsee Community College Earth Sciences and Geology professor David Voorhees was named as the college's Outstanding Faculty Member in 2021.
The village will spend about $1.7 million in the coming fiscal year on street and infrastructure maintenance.
Volunteers and elected officials helped with the clean-up, tuck-pointing, white-washing, and painting the exterior of the Norton Mausoleum.
Batavia High School junior Ethan Tarver is hosting a free screening of "The S Word" on March 24 at the Batavia Civic Center for his Eagle Scout project.
The program educates community members about disaster preparedness and provides seven sessions of training in the skills necessary to respond to hazards, natural and otherwise, that might impact the area.
Trustees rejected a 6% increase in rates at Feb. 22 meeting
Focus groups providing feedback as village works with planning consultants to plan for Elburn's future.