Residents continue Kiva debate
ST. CHARLES – Campton Hills residents were once again eager to speak Monday on a proposed alcohol and drug treatment facility for the former Glenwood School site.
The Campton Hills Village Board once again heard public comments at the Congregational United Church of Christ in St. Charles, and comments were limited to those who did not speak during public comment periods Nov. 27 and Dec. 4. Some spoke in favor of the village voting to give Kiva Recovering a special-use permit to open at the former school, and many spoke against it.
Those opposed to the facility questioned the track record of other facilities run by those who would manage Kiva Recovery, and several continued to voice concerns about decreasing property values, additional stress on emergency personnel, the possibility of increasing crime and creating dangerous traffic patterns.
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