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Rocky Miller Park project facts
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Rocky Miller baseball project worries Wilmette neighbors
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Rocky Miller Park project facts Government
Rocky Miller Park project facts
In June of 2013, Northwestern University officials announced plans to upgrade Rocky Miller Park, which has housed Wildcats baseball since 1943 and was last renovated in 1983, with the help of a challenge grant from the family of Roxy Pepper, a northwestern alumna, and Miller’s daughter.
Oct. 21 9:50 a.m. |
Park board reverses vote, approves lakefront contracts Government
Park board reverses vote, approves lakefront contracts
Despite the continuing objections of two commissioners, Wilmette’s park district board on Monday approved more than $980,000 in design contracts for lakefront master plan work. The two contracts, a $352,547 pact with Williams Architects for schematic plans and a $527,863 contract with SmithGroupJJR for civil engineering and landscaping designs, should allow the district to start master plan projects next fall, if voters approve a $14.05 million bond referendum this coming April.
Oct. 14 11:06 a.m. |
Lakefront plan could roll again with Abbott’s support Government
Lakefront plan could roll again with Abbott’s support
Wilmette park board commissioners may reverse last month’s decision to table further planning on their lakefront master plan. That means that, in theory, at least some of $13.07 million in Gillson and Langdon construction projects could in late 2015. Still unanswered is when the board would ask voters for approval to issue $14.5 million in bonds to finance all aspects of the lakefront plan.
Oct. 8 12:54 p.m. |


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