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0fae Hfuntlen ^utmsib^ Your Home Town Newspaper USPS 580-360 •THURSDAY, MARCH 14,1985 VOLUME 25-NUMBER 50 SERVPfe THE PEOPQEOF HUNTIEY SINCE i960 kkkk*kkkkkk*kkkkkkkkkkkkkki(kk*kk*kkkkk-kkirkifirifkitirkkifkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkirkkkitirkkirk-trk''^ kk-kk-k-kk-k-kifk-ki 25c per copy Go Easy On Me Dolly The opening of "Hello Dolly" looks like it is going to be the best production since "Oliver" and many of the cast members are the same. It will be a treat to see how their talents have matured in the past four years. Huntley High School boasts a lot of talent in the music and drama department and this includes direction. The musical "Hello Dolly" wil! be openmg this Friday, March 15, > in the Band Room at Huntley High at 7:30 p.m. The play will also be Saturday, March 16 and next Thursday & Friday, March 21 & 22 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $3.00 for adults and $1.00 for students and Senior Citizens. Call 669-5171 to reserve yours. Village Board Minates The Regular Meeting of the Village Board of Trustees was called to order by President Enstrom at 8:00 pm in the Board Room of the Village Hall in the Village of Huntley. Present were President En¬ stom, Trustee Ahrens, Dhamer, ^Berlin and Brown. Absent were Trustees Wicke and Mercer. Also attending were Police Chief Rossi, members of the Public Works Department and Planning Chairman Ron Zirk. President Enstrom opened the meeting with the presenta¬ tion of the minutes of the February, 1985 regular meet¬ ing. There being no additions nor corrections, they stood approved as presented. Next, the finandal reports were submitted to the trustees. After examining same, a motion -was made by Trustee Berlin to approve the Treasurer's Report. Trustee Dhamer questioned the Gerk regarding the Motor Fuel Tax Funds and thereafter seconded the motion on the floor. Upon roll call, all trustees voted aye and the motion was carried. Village Engineer Schwegel then entered the meeting. The bills were the nezt order of business. A motion was made by Trustee Dhamer, seconded by Trustee Brown, to approve all bills presented and upon roll call, (the Qerk was instructed to pay same; a listing of said bills is attached hereto) all trustees voted aye and the motion carried. The rezoning of the H.D. Taylor property, known as 10812 Woodstock Street, came before the Board. Planning Commiss¬ ion recommended to the Zoning Board of Appeals that zoning of this property be changed from R 1 to R 3. The Zoning Bk>ard of Appeals then recommended to the Village Board that this zining be changed as recom¬ mended provided the required letters to adjacent property owners informing them of the rezoning intentions, be signed as being received. Due to a misunderstanding at the mail¬ ing of these certified letters, retum receipts were not obtained as required. Attomey Szura then entered the meeting. President Enstrom infonned the Trastees that the Taylors' had secured signed receipts from said adjacent property owners as required by the Zoning Board of Appeals. Trastee Dhamer questioned regarding the drive on the north side of building and Mrs. Taylor said that they'would contact Mr. Radloff, Building Inspector. A motion was made by Trastee Ahrens, seconded by Trastee Dhamer, to approve the recommendation dianging zon¬ ing of 10812 Woodstock Street to R 3. Roll noted: Berlin, aye; Ahrens, aye; Dhamer, aye; and motion carried. Mrs. Taylor asked about house numbers for this address and she was advised to check with Roberta Staab, Village Collector. President Enstrom tfaen made appointments to the Zoning Board of Appeals of: Manning Brown and Roger Borowicz. A motion was made by Trastee Dhamer, seconded by Trastee Berlin, to approve of these appointments and upon roll call, all trastees voted aye and the motion carried. Mr. Borowicz informed the Board that the Rote tracks have been using tfae residential streets since a portable weigfa scale had been placed on Route 47. President Ostrom and the Trastees stated tfaat tfae Police Cfaief and the Public Works people are handling and that streets are posted. The matter of tfae error in tfae Ordinance 83-7-3, "Ordinance Zoning Newly Annexed Land" (Soutfa Parcel of Bakley Annexation) came before the Trastees. A letter from Attomey Szura recommending tfae pass¬ age of an "Ordinance Correct¬ ing Ordinance 83-7-3" (#'d 85-3-1) was read. After discussion and noting it was a legitimate typograpfaical error of transposition, Trastee Dhamer amde a motion to adopt Continued on page 7 Candlellte Bowl March 23 The Huntley Jaycee Women are sponsoring a Candlellte Bowl on Marcfa 12 at Bowl-Hi Lanes in Huntley. Cost is $15.00 a couple wfaidi indudes prizes, snacks, and prize money. For more infonnation and the purdiase of a ticket please call Laurie at 669-3436 or Bonnie at 669-3278.
|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|