The village is working on installing a new Water Main on Bristol Lane and all the way to Anne Fox School
On Thursday Sept 16th the village broke
ground on their new police dept complex.
The new building will be just west of the
commuter lot on lake street across from the new extended care
While at the village meeting on Sept 16th I noticed something on the wall...
A HUGE map showing the Elgin O'hare expressway and surrounding area. Map was by the Illinois Dept of Transportation and said DRAFT on it.
Looking at the key then the map, If I read
it correctly the 2 major things I noticed was that it says 4 lanes
each direction and a mass transit lines in the center.
Below is the HIGH RES one.. WARNING WILL TAKE A WHILE TO LOAD!
Well as you can all see.. THE ROAD REPLACEMENT HAS STARTED! :)
First and foremost it is important that you move your cars off property by 7am during this construction time. The workers need to work and cant if your car is there. Any cars not removed risk having it towed.
As you may have noticed, we are not only getting the roads done, But new storm sewers in the roads, new dumpster corals, a lot on new curbs and sidewalks, wheelchair ramp curbs and to top it off new stripes and fire zone paint :)
This has been many years in the works with numerous meetings between board members, village and management.
When this is finished are roads will be even better than they were when they were first built over 30 years ago.
We know during the construction there will be some inconveniences like parking, noise, dust among them, but in the long run this will be a great improvement to the complex.
There are some things that will be GREATLY enforced once this project is done. This is because this project costs hundreds of thousands of dollars and we do not want to have to do this again for another 30 years.
Any stalls found to have OIL OR GAS on them from leaking cars will be fined. Oil and gas will destroy the blacktop. You will either have to park cars that leak IN your garage, or park it outside the complex. Any damage done to the stalls will be the despicability of the unit owner. This includes the possibility of having the association hire a contractor to repair the damage and the cost being charged back to that unit owner.
SPEEDING will be STRICTLY enforced as well, New speed bumps ill be installed at a later date. but that does not mean its a speed open zone! 10mph is it! NO FASTER. We have a lot of children in the complex and we do not want them or anyone else hurt.
GARBAGE will also be closely watched. Garbage MUST be in CLOSED plastic bags and must be IN the dumpsters. Anyone found not puting their garbage IN the dumpster will be subject to fines. We are working hard to make HAnover Square look better, PLEASE dont make it look like a trash dump.
Before, During and after photos as well as even MORE information about this project will be available soon by visiting the Road Reahab page ... CLICK HERE
After serving on the board for over 5
years, We announce that Bryna Williamson has resigned from the
board. She has recently gotten married and moved from Hanover
Square and felt she could no longer give the position the time and
energy it requires.
After deciding she needed to run for a position on the board and do what she could to improve things. She soon learned that things were much different on the other side of the table and found that the association not only WAS doing a lot, but was doing a lot with the limitations they had. She stayed on the board for 5 years. serving fairly and with pride.
We wish her well and thank her for being an important part of Hanover Square and helping make it a better place.
In her place, Kimberly Dembowski has filled in until the next election in may 2011. She is a long time resident / owner in Hanover Square and has the time and desire to serve
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