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‘Citizens for Glenview’ backs three candidates for Village Board

December 3, 2018 by Jason Addy, Editor News, Local Government, Village

A group of village residents calling itself “Citizens for Glenview” threw its support behind a trio of Village Board candidates with a mix of experience at a meet-and-greet Saturday, Dec. 1, at Village Hall.

Citizens for Glenview will...

‘Better Government in Glenview’ endorses three for Village Board opposition slate

December 14, 2018 by Jason Addy, Editor News, Local Government, Village

For the first time in almost two decades, residents in Glenview have two parties vying for their votes in the upcoming municipal election, after a group calling itself the “Better Government in Glenview Party” announced its support Dec...

Village Board to reconsider minimum wage, sick leave ordinances Jan. 3

December 5, 2018 by Chris Pullam, Freelance Reporter News, Local Government, Village, Community, Business

The Glenview Village Board opted out of Cook County’s new minimum wage and sick leave ordinances last year, but during the Nov. 6 general election, village residents voted overwhelmingly in favor of changing course.

According to Cook County...

‘Better Government in Glenview’ endorses three for Village Board opposition slate

December 14, 2018 by Jason Addy, Editor News, Local Government, Village

For the first time in almost two decades, residents in Glenview have two parties vying for their votes in the upcoming municipal election, after a group calling itself the “Better Government in Glenview Party” announced its support Dec...

District 34 Caucus endorses four for school board

by Submitted Content News, Local Government, School

The Glenview District 34 Caucus endorsed four candidates for four seats on the Board of Education in the April 2019 municipal election: Natalie Jachtorowycz, John Heggie, Scott Nelson and Michael Korman. 

The Caucus...

Village Board: $20 million 2019 tax levy gets tentative approval

by Chris Pullam, Freelance Reporter News, Local Government, Village

The Village of Glenview and Glenview Public Library will receive $20,212,140 in taxes during Fiscal Year 2019, pending a final vote in December, which represents just a $5,000 decrease from the amount collected in 2018.

During the...

Britton resigns from Village Board to prepare for role on Cook County board

by Jason Addy, Editor News, Local Government, Village

Two days after being elected to the Cook County Board of Commissioners, Scott Britton resigned his seat on the Glenview Village Board to prepare for the transition. 

Britton defeated Republican Commissioner Gregg...