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The Peck Farm house at 64 Peck Rd. in Geneva on Wednesday, March 22, 2023. The home and property located north of Heartland Drive were purchased by the City of Geneva. The wood frame, single-family house has previously been used for public safety training sessions.
Geneva aldermen on Monday recommended approval of some changes to the city’s utility ordinance, revising language and code sections to update procedures.
Geneva’s flags will be at half-staff at the close of business Thursday in honor of the weekend funeral service for retired Fire Department Deputy Chief Mark Einwich, who died March 7 of cancer.
Question: Do you believe the district needs to make any changes to improve DEI in your district? Answer: I believe having a focused and intentional plan would be the best. Read Brent Nakayama's full election questionnaire here.
Pickleball enthusiasts throughout Kane County have many options for indoor and outdoor court time.
Changing Children’s Worlds Foundation will host its spring fundraising event, “Stand Up for Kids” on April 29.
More than 2,000 spots are available on Geneva’s parkways to plant trees, and the city is inviting Geneva elementary school students to help create a calendar to illustrate the importance of trees. Submission deadline is April 17.
You think you know sushi, but according to Khine Zaw, what he and his wife Cho Wai offer at Zen’s Sushi Express is different.
The circa-1843 blacksmith shop’s fate remains undecided after a public hearing Tuesday before the Geneva Historic Preservation Commission was continued again to April 18.
The Geneva District 304 school board Monday approved the dismissal of 18 teachers and eight support staff, an annual reduction in force action.
The Geneva District 304 School Board Monday approved a contract for Casey O’Connell to be the new principal for Western Avenue Elementary School, as outgoing principal Ron Zeman is retiring.
The Western Avenue railroad crossing will be closed to traffic starting at 9 a.m. Friday, March 17 as Union Pacific conducts maintenance repairs.
Question: Would you propose any changes to the curriculum? If so, what? Answer: I believe that any or all changes to the curriculum should only happen under advisement from experts in the fields related to the curriculum changes in question. Read Molly Ansari's questionnaire here
Question: Do you believe the district needs to make any changes to improve DEI in your district? Answer: The District must always have a continuous improvement strategy for DEI. DEI can not be static. Read Paul Radlinski's election questionnaire here.
Question: Would you propose any changes to the curriculum? If so, what? Answer: I generally support the expansion of honors courses. I also look forward to courses shared with local colleges that allow dual credit. Read Larry Cabeen's election questionnaire here.