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Wilmette Avenue detours set for coming weeks News
Wilmette Avenue detours set for coming weeks
If eastbound Wilmette Avenue is part of your daily driving regimen, village officials are asking you to have a little patience for the next month as the latest phase of work on Wilmette’s ongoing $21.3 million sanitary sewer upgrade program forces traffic detours.
July 29 8 a.m. |
Developer gets expansion OK for small house on narrow lot News
Developer gets expansion OK for small house on narrow lot
Second time was the charm when Wilmette trustees approved Wilmette architect Morton Balaban’s request for permission to enlarge a Central Park Avenue house, but not before their lengthy discussion of the case prompted an exasperated Trustee Ted McKenna to declare “I don’t understand why we spent an hour and a half on this.”
July 24 8 a.m. |
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