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The Geneva City Council approved an annexation and several development agreements for nearly 55 acres at the southeast corner of Kirk Road and Division Street Monday night at a special meeting.
Geneva alderpersons, acting as the Committee of the Whole Monday, unanimously recommended approval of a five-year contract with Kramer Tree Specialists Inc. for nearly $2.4 million for brush and leaf collection.
Geneva alderpersons, acting as the Committee of the Whole, recommended approval of a series of contracts totalling $700,000 for infrastructure improvements at its business parks to accommodate General Mills' expansion.
The Geneva Fire Department will get a new rescue boat for $25,980, as approved by the City Council Tuesday.
Geneva alderpersons Tuesday unanimously recommended approval of the city to borrow $30 million by issuing alternate revenue bonds to pay for improvements to the electric infrastructure.
The Geneva City Council Tuesday approved a resolution declaring a parcel in a flood plain located near the train station as surplus and available for sale.
The Geneva Public Works building's roof will get a restorative coating instead of being replacement – to save on cost – as well as have all its skylights replaced.
A new green and white sign is now posted on Route 38 and Bricher Road on the Geneva’s west side: Home of Matthew Wechter 2023 Special Olympics State Summer Games winner of fastest heat men’s 25-meter backstroke.
The Geneva Mental Health Board announced the award of $200,000 in grants to 15 nonprofit agencies that serve Geneva residents in the areas of mental health, addiction and developmental delays.
Geneva is poised to issue $30 million in alternate revenue bonds to pay for improving the electric infrastructure for the continued development of the North Geneva Business Park, Fabyan Parkway and South Kirk Road corridors.
The city of Geneva was one of 12 Chicago area communities to recently complete the EV Readiness Program created to prepare local governments to meet the growing demand for electric vehicles and charging infrastructure.
The Geneva City Council on Monday honored one of the city’s bright young residents and continued a 44-year-old program that benefits the city’s principal commercial area.
The former Little Owl/Flagstone at the corner of Routes 31 and 38 in Geneva – boarded up and vacant since 2021 – has a chance at a new beginning following a recommendation for a grant and tax rebate of $290,000 so the new owners can finish renovation work.
Geneva alderpersons, acting as the Committee of the Whole, voted unanimously Monday to recommend spending more than $400,000 for police to have body worn cameras, vehicle cameras and supporting software.
The Geneva City Council Monday approved a zoning amendment to clarify where electric vehicle charging stations are permitted and to establish general design and maintenance standards.