Elburn trustees: Time to get serious about economic future
ELBURN – Village Board members discussed getting serious about their economic future at their meeting Monday. They targeted problem areas of the Blackberry Creek subdivision.
There was no discussion on the plans for the Elburn Station development. Village President Dave Anderson has said there will be no vote on the annexation of the land for the ShoDeen development – which would bring more than 2,200 homes, including 1,300 apartments, to the village over the next 20 years – unless all board members were present, and with Bill Grabarek out, a vote won’t take place until Oct. 15 at the earliest.
However, there was much talk of the future because board member Jerry Schmidt brought up economic development. And fellow board member Jeff Walter agreed it was essential to address the topic.
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