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Howard board approves compensation for Plan Commission

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer HOWARD – Starting next month, members of the village’s Plan Commission will receive compensation for attending meetings. The Howard village board approved an ordinance amendment Monday, March 8, to compensate the citizen members and alternate citizen member $30 for commission meetings attended. Village President Burt McIntyre said Plan Commission citizen …

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Woodland

Preliminary plans approved for Howard housing development

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer HOWARD – A preliminary Planned Development District (PDD) to create a multi-use housing development along Woodland Road with 204 units was approved Monday, Nov. 23, by the village board. As proposed, the project known as Toonen Woodland Hills calls for 18 10-unit apartment buildings, two seven-unit townhome buildings and two …

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indoor soccer

Site plan approved for indoor soccer facility in Howard

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer HOWARD – After tabling action last month, the village’s Plan Commission approved a site plan Monday, Sept. 21, from Allen Lee Investments for a new 8,640-square-foot indoor soccer facility in the 1600 block of Brookfield Avenue. Brandon Robaidek of Robert E. Lee & Associates appeared before the commission on behalf …

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surface

Off-street parking surface changes favored in Howard

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer HOWARD – After discussing the possibility of making changes to the village code as it relates to off-street private parking in residential areas, the village board voted 8-1 Aug. 24 in favor of removing crushed stone or gravel as an equivalent hard surface. Trustee Craig McAllister cast the lone dissenting …

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non-conforming districts

Howard homes in business districts could be conditional use

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer HOWARD – The village’s Plan Commission has decided to hold a public hearing next month to consider revising the village code to allow homes damaged by more than 50 percent of their current local assessed value to be rebuilt in non-conforming districts. At their meeting April 15, commission members spent …

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