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Holding out hope to keep downtown parking open

ELBURN—The doors of communication are beginning to open between the church that owns the parking lot on the corner of Main and Shannon streets in downtown Elburn, and the business owners whose patrons park in that lot, thanks to the intermediary efforts of the village. Keep Reading


Board approves police contract

ELBURN—The board voted to approve a contract with the Elburn Police department in a 4-2 vote on Feb. 22, with trustees Jerry Schmidt and Ken Anderson opposed to the increase in pay that the contract reflects. Keep Reading


Above and beyond: more than just a job

ELBURN—A group of residents at the Meadows apartments want to express their thanks and appreciation for all the personal touches and thoughtful generosity the traveling librarians from the Elburn Town and Country Library, Susan Humm and Terry Stewart, have brought them. Keep Reading


Alli’s journey

ELBURN—Kaneland graduate Alli Rowland looks back on a day when she was in choir class and told her teacher that she didn't feel well. She knew the symptoms and realized she was going into a seizure. Keep Reading


Village Board finalizes 2nd police dept. contract

To vote on agreement at Feb. 21 Elburn Board meeting ELBURN—The contract between the village of Elburn and the Elburn Police Department will be on the agenda for the Village Board meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 21, but at least one trustee will be voting no. Keep Reading


Police Chief presents draft budget for next year to Village Board

ELBURN—Police Chief Steve Smith presented a draft budget to the Village Board at Tuesday's Committee of the Whole meeting. Although Village President Dave Anderson said that the final total will not be known until the police department contract is signed and the salaries are plugged in, he expects the total budget will be about $1.2 million—the same as it was last year. Keep Reading

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