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In addition, Walter mentioned that he’s looking forward to new residents moving into Elburn Station. Part of the plan with the new housing development is to make sure it stays connected to the town, as well as making sure the Blackberry Creek subdivision is connected.
Walter said that the village is looking at ways to make sure residents are able to take advantage of all that Elburn has to offer.
With new residents, comes a need for new business, and to help support that the Elburn Community Development Corp. will be opening up a business incubator in the Glidden Pharmacy building, which will feature some retail space in addition to office space.
“We know the growth is coming. We want to do it smart. We want to make sure it stays connected,” Walter said. “We’ve always had the model out here of smarter not bigger. … I think all of us that have been on the board and past mayors want to keep growing smarter, not have things spread all over.”