Stories about Geneva City Council
Geneva aldermen recommended approval of a tax increment financing redevelopment agreement with an east side restaurant to cover half the cost of demolishing a building and parking lot expansion.
Hours after the tenant of a proposed 278,000-square-foot distribution facility withdrew its interest, the Geneva City Council voted 11-0 against the 54-acre annexation agreement.
Residents of Chesapeake Commons and Fields of Geneva East subdivisions, and two aldermen, are in opposition to a 278,000-square-foot distribution facility – purported to be proposed by Amazon – for the southeast corner of Division Street and Kirk Road in Geneva.
An updated proposal for a proposed 278,000-square-foot distribution facility along the east side of Kirk Road, now includes weight restrictions for outbound trucks between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. and $50,000 for trees and bushes to serve as Kirk Road screening for residents directly west of the property.
Aldermen recommended approval of a nearly $543,000 contract for the rehabilitation of the city’s sanitary and storm sewers at Monday’s Committee of the Whole meeting.
The Ooh La La Chocolate running events return Nov. 7.
Aldermen approved a special event request Monday for Ooh LaLa Chocolate’s half-marathon and 5K for the use of the public right-of-way and city services.
Aldermen unanimously approved a site plan for a mixed-use building of 60 apartments, 63 off street parking and more than 6,000 feet of commercial space at the former site of Duke and Lee’s Auto Repair.
The applicant for Geneva Farms North, a proposed 278,000-square-foot distribution facility along the east side of Kirk Road, was given a delay before the City Council votes on it at the Oct. 18 meeting.
The warehouse plan will be taken up by the Geneva City Council on Oct. 4.