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Approvals Repealed for One Winnetka Development Project

On August 6, 2019, Winnetka’s Village Council voted unanimously to repeal approvals for the One Winnetka development project due to the developer’s non-compliance with the development agreement and zoning approvals. The Village has also filed a complaint in court against the developer to compel action on numerous property maintenance issues.

 

Provident and Spruce Water Service Interruption

On Friday, August 2, 2019, water service on Provident and Spruce will be turned off in order for the Water & Electric Department to replace a valve on the water distribution system. Upon restoration of water service, a boil order is required as a precautionary measure for at least 18 hours following the construction work. The service interruption is scheduled to start at 9:00 AM and the work is anticipated to take 4 hours.

 

Fire Hydrant Painting begins August 5

The Village of Winnetka maintains more than 625 fire hydrants throughout the Village and unincorporated service area, and will be painting approximately 144 of those hydrants in the following areas, beginning August 5: • Area south of Hawthorn Lane, east of the railroad and bounded by the lake • Area south of Mt. Pleasant Street, west of the railroad and east of Locust Road

 
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Property Tax Assessment Appeal Seminar for New Trier Township August 21

Cook County Board of Review Commissioner Dan Patlak will be holding a property tax assessment appeal seminar in New Trier Township for taxpayers seeking to appeal their 2019 property tax assessments. The seminar is co-hosted by New Trier Township Assessor Jan Churchwell, Winnetka Village President Chris Rintz, and Cook County Commissioner Larry Suffredin. The hour long session will educate taxpayers on how to file a successful tax appeal.

 
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Water and Electric Department Survey on Cross Connections and Backflow Devices

The Water and Electric Department is distributing a survey via mail to residential and commercial water customers to update our records regarding cross connections and backflow devices that are connected to the Village’s potable water system. Please keep an eye out for the survey, completing it at your earliest convenience.

 
 
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