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0 o ON APRIL 20. 1993 vi FOR YOUR FAVORITE CANDIDATES!!! ^ •cf m cj p See Special Candidate Profile Pull-Out Section ... Begins On Page 9 ... ^^ P SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 1960 Cfje Jiuntltp jfarms^ibe HUNTLEY, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1993 - VOLUME 32, NUMBER 50 USPS 580-360 Huntley Village Board Agenda Set There will be a meeting of the Board Members of the Village of Huntley on Thursday, April 8, 1993, at 8:00pm, in the Village Hall, 11704 Coral St., Huntley. A. Call to Order B. Approval of Minutes Mar. 11, Regular Board Meeting Mar. 25, Liquor Commission Meeting Mar. 25, Special Meeting Mar. 25, Committee of the Whole C. Bill Review & Approval D. Treasurer's Report Approval E. Administrator's Report F. Attorney's Report G. Engineer's Report H. Public Comments (limited to 3 minutes) I. Old Business - Burning Ordinance J. New Business - Huntley Fire Protection Funding Agreement - Series B Bond Ordinance K. Committee Reports L. Other Business M. Executive Session - Litigation & Personnel N. Adjournment Huntley Planning Commission Considers Berlin Development The regular monthly meeting of the Huntley Planning Commission was called to order at 7:30pm by Chairman Pro-Tem Paul Mercer. Those members of the board present were Darrick Franzen, Ron Hahn and Ed Domagalski. Also present was Mayor Dhamer and Administrator Nelis. Mr. Franzen moved to dispense with reading of the minutes and accept them as submitted. Mr. Hahn seconded. Motion carried. Mr. Schachtner entered the meeting at this time. The first order of business was presented by Mr. Jim Craig who was again before the Commission with various plans for the Berlin property off Donald Drive. The Commission reviewed the various choices he presented. Also discussed was the zoning that should be considered for that parcel. Mr. Brad Mertel of 11301 Myrtle stated that he prefers plan for 3 or 4 lots and definitely prefers single- family residences. Mr. Chuck Yerke of 11305 Myrtle stated that he would rather see 3 lots for more open space. Since this is only in concept stages, no recommend¬ ation can be made, but the feelings of the board leaned toward preferring R-1 zoning with variance for three lots for lot width. Other opinions were R-2 zoning for 4 lots with variance. Mr. Craig will discuss with Berlins and return to Commission. Mr. Franzen asked Mayor on status of Mercuri project. He said the Village has put a stop on work until weather permits and Corps of Engineers approve. Next regular meeting will be April 12 with Mini-Mall developers attending. Also Comprehensive ad/hoc meeting will be scheduled in April. Mr. Hahn moved to adjourn the meeting. Mr. Franzen seconded. Motion carried, meeting adjourned. /s/Nancy Dvorak, Secretary /s/Paul Mercer, Chairman PTO Brings Gang Specialist To Huntley School By Tracey Schwartz Huntley PTO will bring ah area gang specialist' to Huntley Grade Sc jol later this month to present a Gang Awareness Program. Detective Scott Adams of the Carpentersville Police Department will conduct the program for area parents and residents, as well, at 6:30pm April 22. In addition, Adams will be doing presentations for 6th through 8th grade students and faculty that day. The program's intent is to create a sense of awareness about gangs among Huntley students, faculty and parents without creating a sense of excitement. Adams will present information about gangs in McHenry County and surrounding areas, their clothing, their sign language, etc. In addition, Adams will lead a question and answer session after his informative lecture. In response to teachers' requests, the Huntley School District brought in the Dean of Elk Grove High school, also very knowledgable about gang activity, to speak to the K-12 faculty members in February. The Huntley PTO regards Detective Adam's program as a first step in making a proactive community action in Huntley toward this very serious problem in today's society. Adams is an Illinois Certified Gang Specialist, a member of the North Central Narcotics Task Force and a 6-year veteran on the Carpentersville Police Department. Huntley Chamber Of Commerce Begins Greeter Service, Gears Up For First Business Expo, l\/liss Huntley Pageant By Cathy DeQuaker, Executive Director A lot of new and exciting things are happening in Huntley. "Huntley Homestead" Greeter Service began in March with several new residents visited. The newcomers were greeted with a package filled with brochures, coupons and novelty items. Our new Resident Greeter is Pat Bieszki, resident of Huntley and owner of Northwest Mobile Fitness. Pat will be greeting new residents in the 60142 zip code. New businesses will soon be greeted by our offi¬ cial "Red Carpet" that was recently acquired by the Chamber. "Growing Toward The Future" 93 Huntley Business Expo is growing strong. Limited booth space is available. Excitement and enthusiasm is mounting as Huntley's First Annual Business Expo draws closer. Be sure and mark your calendars for Saturday, April 24th from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm and Sunday, April 25th from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm at Huntley Elementary, Route 47 and Mill Rd. The boothmanship seminar for exhibitors and potential exhibitors was held on Monday, April 6th, 6:30 pm, Huntley Elementary. Dave Harmon, show manager, was the speaker. The Miss Huntley Pageant will be held on Saturday, April 24th at 6:00 pm in conjunction with the Expo. The contestants to date are: Jennifer Lange, Bridget Williams, Angela Marie Pfaff and Shannon Raby. The sponsors for the Pageant are: Huntley Chiropractic, McHenry Savings Bank, Huntley Lioness Club, Huntley Properties, King Chevrolet, Lea Heating and Air Conditioning, Essency Desktop Creations, Legat Architects, Northwest Herald, Northwest Mobile Fitness, The Fitness Connection, The Prime Group, Inc., Thomas F. Baker, TJH Contracting, Union Special, Windsor Realty, Huntley Floral, Mary Kay Cosmetics/Kristy Smith and Lyn Drathring, Interior Motives, Country Transporta¬ tion, Mary Kay Cosmetics/ Sheilas Kane, S.S. Clipper, Tropical Tan (Dundee), Huntley Farmside, Ujena International Swimwear, Paradise Nail Designs, Shape Magazine and the Huntley Area Chamber of Commerce. The judges will be General Manager of WABT Radio Sue Schmitz and Former Miss Hoffman Estates Mary Kate Svehla.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
|Description||Weekly Newspaper from the Huntley Area Public Library Collection|
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|Publisher||This Collection was digitized and loaded into CONTENTdm by OCLC Preservation Service Center (Bethlehem, PA) for the Huntley Area Public Library.|
|Source||Reproduction of library's print newspaper archives|