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The following actions were taken on March 12, 2018:

VILLAGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES; PUBLIC HEARINGS

  • Public Hearing to consider the designation and approval of the Route 83 Redevelopment Plan and Project for the proposed Route 83 Redevelopment Project Area – Placed on April Village Board Meeting Agenda
  • Public Hearing to consider the approval of an amendment of the Antioch Corporate Center TIF Redevelopment Plan for the Antioch Corporate Center Redevelopment Project Area – Placed on April Village Board Meeting Agenda

VILLAGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES; REGULAR MEETING

Consent Agenda 

  • Approval of the February 12, 2018 regular meeting minutes as presented – Approved with Amendments
  • Approval of a Resolution Approving the Annual 2018 Tag Day Schedule; Resolution No. 18-11 – Approved as Presented
  • Approval of a Resolution for the closure of Route 83 (Main Street) for the Trail Marker Tree Ceremony on Saturday, April 28, 2018; Resolution No. 18-XX – Continued to April Village Board Meeting


Regular Business

  • Consideration of payment of accounts payable as prepared by staff. – Approved as Presented
  • Consideration of an Ordinance deleting and adding one Class “A” Restaurant Liquor License for Johnny’s Chophouse, LLC to be located at 1500 Main Street to reflect a change in corporate ownership and pro-rating fees – Ordinance No. 18-03-11  – Approved as Presented, Waiving Second Reading
  • Consideration of an Ordinance Adding One more Class “A and A1” Restaurant Liquor License for Wings Etc for a change in corporate ownership – Ordinance No. 18-03-12  – Approved as Presented, Waiving Second Reading
  • Consideration of a Resolution authorizing an Intergovernmental Agreement with the First Fire Protection District of Antioch and conveying title to Stations One and Two; Resolution No. 18-12 – Approved as Presented
  • Consideration of a Resolution Authorizing the addition of the IPPFA Deferred Compensation Plan as an Employee Benefit; Resolution No. 18-XX – Tabled to March COW (Committee of the Whole) Meeting
  • Consideration of a Resolution of the corporate authority relating to a Retirement Healthcare Funding Plan; Resolution No. 18-XX – Tabled to March COW (Committee of the Whole) Meeting
  • Consideration of an Ordinance for the Village of Antioch, Illinois Special Service Area Number One approving Administrative Report and Special Tax Roll for Levy year 2017 and abating Special Service Area Taxes – Ordinance No 18-03-13 – Approved as Presented, Waiving Second Reading
  • Consideration of an Ordinance Abating Special Service Area Taxes for the Village of Antioch, Illinois Special Service Area Number Two approving Administrative Report and Special Tax Roll for Levy year 2017 and abating Special Service Area Taxes – Ordinance No 18-03-14 – Approved as Presented, Waiving Second Reading
  • Consideration of a Resolution Authorizing an Amendment to the Tractor Supply Development Agreement; Resolution No. 18-13 – Approved as Presented
Apr
26
Thu
Park Board -Special Meeting
Apr 26 @ 7:00 pm
Apr
28
Sat
SWALCO Household chemical waste collection event 8:00AM – 2:30PM @ Metra Train Station
Apr 28 @ 8:00 am
Environmental Commission Eco-Fair @ Antioch Township Center
Apr 28 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

This free event, hosted by the Environmental Commission, is for people of all ages. There will be speakers, vendors, games, food, prizes and interactive activities in honor of Earth Day!  Click below for more information.

 

Event Flyer Exhibitor Information

 

May
17
Thu
Groot Spring Clean-Up Day
May 17 @ 6:00 am

Groot Village of Antioch Clean‐Up Day May 17, 2018

Village of Antioch Spring Clean‐up day will be held on Thursday, May 17, 2018.

This service only applies to addresses located within the Village limits and does not include Antioch Township orUnincorporated Antioch areas.

Items must be curbside by 6:00 am

Please see below for the list of acceptable and non‐acceptable items:

Acceptable Items:

  • Household debris from basement, toys, boxes, old clothing.
  • Couches, chairs, desks, outdoor furniture, bars and stools, dressers, beds, tables.
  • Outdoor entertainment items, charcoal grills, patio furniture, old pool tools, kids pools and umbrellas.
  • Yard equipment, tools, lawn mowers if drained, snow blowers if drained, leaf blowers if drained.
  • Seasonal items, camping gear, boating equipment, decorations, sports equipment, bikes and winter gear.
  • Large appliances such as freezers, refrigerators, stoves, washing machines, dryers, Microwaves and small household appliances.

Non‐Acceptable Items:

  • Yard waste, including grass clippings, leaves, brush and tree material.
  • Household refuse, garbage.
  • Rocks, concrete, dirt, sod and construction materials including roofing materials and lumber.
  • Electronic equipment; televisions, computers/accessories, monitors, keyboards, scanners, printers, cellular phones, stereos, portable music players, alkaline and rechargeable batteries, holiday lights, CD players, DVD players, VCR’s, cameras, video games, telephones, fax machines, and shredders.
  • Any type of metal post, pipe, swing set, antenna, etc.
  • Tires, Automobile Batteries, old gasoline, antifreeze, used motor oil, gas tanks,
  • Cans of paint, paint thinners, lawn or pool chemicals, pesticides, herbicides, solvents, cleaning products, aerosol paints, propane tanks, drain cleaners,
  • Asbestos
  • Any items that could be recycled in the curbside recycling program.