Elburn board at logjam over ShoDeen plan
ELBURN – A week after the vote that put the project on hold, Elburn’s elected officials appear no closer to resolving the impasse that has threatened the future of the Anderson Road bridge project.
Last week, the Elburn Village Board voted to set aside any further discussion on a proposed agreement that would have governed the development of Elburn Station, a large proposed housing development in the village.
The approval of such an agreement also would pave the way for the construction of the Anderson Road extension from Route 38, over the Union Pacific Railroad, to Keslinger Road. That road project has been sought for years by Elburn village officials and Kane County transportation planners as a means of reducing backups at the Route 47 railroad crossing in downtown Elburn.
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