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Aldermen recommended the city enter into an agreement with an engineering company to analyze the electric utility’s capacity to host interconnected power generation from rooftop solar installations.
Aldermen approved two special event applications for the use of its public right-of-way and city services, the annual Concours d’Elegance and the Fox Valley Marathon – both events signaling a return to normal after the COVID-19 shutdown last year.
Aldermen unanimously approved an affordable housing agreement Tuesday related to the Emma’s Landing subdivision, a 45-unit affordable rental townhouse development on 7.75 acres just north of Lewis Road that the city agreed to sell to the Burton Foundation.
Geneva restaurants and bars now have the option to offer temporary outdoor seating through the end of 2021.
Aldermen unanimously approved a resolution Monday extending outdoor seating options on public and private property for restaurants and bars through Dec. 31.
Geneva aldermen acting as the Committee of the Whole on June 14 unanimously recommended approval of various contracts for services and purchases.
Aldermen approved two tax increment finance redevelopment agreements Monday – one for $93,520 and one for $102,770 for a combined total of $196,290 – at a special City Council meeting.
Geneva Mayor Kevin Burns appointed nine people to the new Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Task Force at the June 7 City Council meeting.
Aldermen unanimously approved the addition of a “reverter clause” in a controversial real estate agreement with the Burton Foundation after an hour of debate – and sometimes heated disagreement.
Geneva Mayor Kevin Burns declared June to be LGBTQ+ Pride Month at Monday’s City Council meeting.