Posts Tagged “Summit Village Board”

Virus delays Summit

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Virus delays Summit Next village meeting pushed back two weeks By Steve Metsch In response to the coronavirus, the Summit Village Board has decided to delay its first meeting in April. Normally, the board meets on the first and third Monday each month. With a nod to CDC recommendations that no groups should be larger…

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New truck for Summit

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New truck for Summit Santa due at Summit Park 11 a.m. Saturday By Steve Metsch With a pickup truck that is “literally falling apart,” according to village Trustee Aleco Julius, the Summit Village Board on Monday night voted unanimously to buy a new vehicle. The board voted 5-0 – Trustee Mayra Ortiz was absent –…

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Summit to get parking

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Summit to get parking Demolition frees up much-needed space  By Steve Metsch Much-needed parking may soon be available for businesses along Archer Road in Summit Using grant money received earlier this year, the village board voted unanimously Monday night to spend $10,000 to acquire a burned-out apartment building at 7641 West 61stPlace. “This is the…

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Summit tables paving contract

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Summit tables paving contract Officials to decide parking lot’s future By Steve Metsch The Summit Village Board on Monday night tabled plans to approve a $140,479 contract with M&J Asphalt, of Cicero, for the paving a gravel lot the village owns on 63rdStreet, behind Taste of Heaven on the west side of Archer. “We are…

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Summit looking at handicapped parking signs

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Summit looking at handicapped parking signs Property owner suggests posted fines good idea for residential streets By Steve Metsch Summit will look into whether it can post fines on handicapped parking signs on residential streets after hearing from a concerned property owner. Former Summit resident Bill Ally, who co-owns a house in the village, said…

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