Tribune village – Tribune Tower http://tribunetower.info/ Tue, 27 Sep 2022 01:10:02 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://tribunetower.info/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/tribune-120x120.png Tribune village – Tribune Tower http://tribunetower.info/ 32 32 Roadworks: Drivers can expect 30-minute delays on Incline Village highways https://tribunetower.info/roadworks-drivers-can-expect-30-minute-delays-on-incline-village-highways/ Mon, 26 Sep 2022 14:59:01 +0000 https://tribunetower.info/roadworks-drivers-can-expect-30-minute-delays-on-incline-village-highways/ Roadwork continues this week in Incline Village.Supplied/NDOT INCLINE VILLAGE, Nevada – Drivers can expect multiple work zones this week as paving continues on State Routes 431 and 28 in Incline Village. Drivers can expect delays of up to 30 minutes. Traffic control supervisors will monitor traffic flow and delay times. All work is subject to […]]]>
Roadwork continues this week in Incline Village.
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INCLINE VILLAGE, Nevada – Drivers can expect multiple work zones this week as paving continues on State Routes 431 and 28 in Incline Village.

Drivers can expect delays of up to 30 minutes. Traffic control supervisors will monitor traffic flow and delay times.

All work is subject to weather and temperature conditions, and is subject to change.



Crews continue to mill and repave the Mount Rose road from the meadows to the SR-28 roundabout. Paving continued over the weekend, including until 5 p.m. on Saturday, September 24. Hours of work are 24 hour shifts. Traffic is reduced to a single lane and controlled by flaggers through the work zone. Drivers can expect delays of up to 30 minutes.

Work resumes Monday morning and paving operations for the season will end at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, September 28.



From 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 29, Sierra Nevada Construction, a subcontractor for the project, will be carrying out waterproofing work to repair cracks to protect the road in this area during the winter. Traffic is reduced to a single lane and controlled by flaggers through the work zone.

On Friday, September 30, crews will mill and repave approximately 900 feet of southbound track. Milling will start at 3 am and paving will last all morning. Traffic will be controlled by flaggers and reduced to a single lane in this area.

Text the word “Incline” to 775-242-9168 to sign up for project-related build updates. You’ll receive text alerts for major lanes and other closures right to your phone.

The Nevada Department of Transportation encourages visitors to Lake Tahoe to find a ride rather than a car to help reduce the amount of traffic in the basin. Tahoe Transportation District’s East Shore Express and Tahoe Truckee Area Regional Transportation’s Mainline/TART Connect are local and economical solutions for getting around Tahoe. Learn more about these and other services by visiting https://www.inclinehighways.com/resources.

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A Second Small Family Village Just Opened in Baldwin Park – San Gabriel Valley Tribune https://tribunetower.info/a-second-small-family-village-just-opened-in-baldwin-park-san-gabriel-valley-tribune/ Sun, 25 Sep 2022 00:14:00 +0000 https://tribunetower.info/a-second-small-family-village-just-opened-in-baldwin-park-san-gabriel-valley-tribune/ BALDWIN PARK — One person came to mind on Saturday, Sept. 24, when State Senator Susan Rubio, D-West Covina, celebrated the opening of a new project designed to help the homeless. Surrounded by elected officials from across the San Gabriel Valley, Rubio said she couldn’t forget her conversation with a homeless 22-year-old named John. After […]]]>

BALDWIN PARK — One person came to mind on Saturday, Sept. 24, when State Senator Susan Rubio, D-West Covina, celebrated the opening of a new project designed to help the homeless.

Surrounded by elected officials from across the San Gabriel Valley, Rubio said she couldn’t forget her conversation with a homeless 22-year-old named John.

After living on the streets for about three years, John found a place in a small house, a modular bridge dwelling designed to be a temporary stopover to permanent accommodation.

“He told me that someone had kindly bought him some shoes so he didn’t have to walk around barefoot, but they were stolen,” Rubio said. “This person bought her another pair, but it got stolen again. Think of someone walking barefoot in this heatwave and can’t even keep a pair of shoes on.

On Saturday, Rubio led a group of lawmakers and officials to celebrate the opening of Serenity Homes, the second set of small home villages, and the first specifically for families, in Baldwin Park.

Esperanza Villa, the first such small village in the San Gabriel Valley, consists of 25 small houses and is located at 14173 Garvey Ave. It opened in November 2021. Serenity Homes is just over a mile from the first community, at 13167 Garvey Avenue, on the former site of a Mr. Rooter plumbing business. Tiny House residents are selected with the help of agencies in Baldwin Park and Los Angeles.

“As a long-time resident and former member of Baldwin Park City Council, I couldn’t be more proud of the leadership our city has shown in addressing the issue of homelessness,” Rubio said. “Today’s grand opening is a testament to the creative and compassionate solutions we can deliver when cities come together and work together to solve the homelessness crisis. This $30 million will help the San Gabriel Valley accelerate and expand access to affordable housing that is critical to our region’s future.

Located on city-owned property acquired earlier this year, the site consists of sixteen 144-square-foot Boss Cubez family pods, fully furnished with a curated selection of IKEA furniture and accessories. The furniture store donated nearly $30,000 worth of furniture to the site. Each family module includes a double bed, a twin bunk bed, a six-drawer dresser, a lamp, a mirror, a portable table, shelves and storage, a shoe rack and other conveniences.

Emmanuel J. Estrada, Mayor of Baldwin Park, hosted officials from Arcadia, Azusa, Glendora, La Puente, Monrovia, San Marino, South Pasadena, Temple City, as well as Mt. San Antonio College at Walnut at the opening.

“It’s really remarkable to open a second small family village in a year,” Estrada said. “Serenity Homes will serve as a model for how cities can expand homeless services and better meet the unique needs of homeless families. It is one of the best projects in the region. It shows that we can do this for the most vulnerable in our community.

Serenity Homes, the second set of small home villages, and the first specifically for families, in Baldwin Park. (Courtesy of San Gabriel Valley Regional Housing Trust)

The new village comes just days after the latest homeless count was released, showing that two of the biggest drops in the San Gabriel Valley came from El Monte and Baldwin Park. El Monte had 433 in 2020, but only 230 this year. Baldwin Park reported 556 in 2020, 275 this year. The countywide count was conducted in February and the results were released in early September.

This year, countywide, there were a total of 69,144 people without homes, an increase of 4.1% from the 2020 count conducted in January of the same year, approximately two months before the declaration of the pandemic.

Service Planning Area 3 is largely made up of the San Gabriel Valley. It has 4,661 homeless – not counting Pasadena – an increase of 2%. Of these, 2,618 (56%) are Latino, an increase of 18%, and 1,155 (25%) are white with no change in this percentage.

Pasadena, along with Long Beach and Glendale, does its own count. Pasadena’s total this year was 512, down from 527.

El Monte has participated in the Homekey project during the pandemic – and Baldwin Park recently erected a village of tiny houses.

Serenity Homes, the second set of small home villages, and the first specifically for families, in Baldwin Park. (Courtesy of San Gabriel Valley Regional Housing Trust)

The opening also comes as many officials across the county are considering how to reform the county’s response to the crisis. A county blue ribbon commission was tasked this year to scrutinize the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority before developing recommendations to address what commission supporters, such as county supervisor Kathryn Barger, “malfunction within the Los Angeles homeless services system”.

Barger met with San Gabriel Valley city officials last week during the first quarterly meeting with county officials to discuss the county’s framework for addressing homelessness. She said the new frame has already “defined some important next steps,” such as allocating increased access to Measure H dollars.

The Baldwin Hills project featured on Saturday is intended to provide transitional temporary housing for approximately 90 days to six months before families are placed in permanent housing. Residents will be offered on-site services such as case management and health and mental health services, three meals a day, restrooms, laundry, shower trailers and an on-site computer room to help with homework and vocational training.

Long Beach-based nonprofit City Net will provide staff and 24-hour security.

“It takes courage to implement something like this because it’s not easy, even though it’s best practice,” said Brad Fieldhouse, founder and president of City Net. “(Tiny Houses) are creative, innovative and relatively inexpensive. It really should happen everywhere.

During the ceremony, Rubio, who drafted legislation to create the San Gabriel Valley Regional Housing Trust (SGVRHT) in 2019, presented a $30 million check to the State Budget Secured Funding Trust. 2022-2023. Rubio secured $20 million in the 2021-22 state budget to support the construction of affordable housing estates and homeless housing in the area.

The City of Baldwin Park, the Housing Trust and the San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments spearheaded this project.

“We couldn’t be more excited for this day,” said Claremont Mayor Jed Leano, president of SGVRHT. “Being able to celebrate another milestone with the opening of the San Gabriel Valley’s first bridge housing site dedicated to homeless families on the same day as the receipt of this significant $30 million state funding does only make me even more optimistic for the future.”

Project donors included local nurseries, lighting companies, Habitat for Humanity, Kiwanis Club of Baldwin Park, Southwest Carpenters’ My Brother’s Keeper program, Baby 2 Baby, Kaiser Permanente and Waste Management. A group of 20 volunteers from Ikea stores in Covina, Burbank, Carson and Costa Mesa helped build the $30,000 worth of furniture donated by the store.

“It’s about community partnerships,” said IKEA loyalty manager Vanessa Pasillas. “We always work to have a great relationship with our communities, which is part of our values ​​and our mission. It’s a way for us to do it. »

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Two years later, Leel village government college without teachers: The Tribune India https://tribunetower.info/two-years-later-leel-village-government-college-without-teachers-the-tribune-india/ Fri, 23 Sep 2022 03:50:00 +0000 https://tribunetower.info/two-years-later-leel-village-government-college-without-teachers-the-tribune-india/ Tribune press service Shivani Bhakoo Ludhiana, September 22 Welcome to Government Middle School, Leel Village in Sudhar Block, where the fate of at least 31 students is at stake. The reason for this is that there is no permanent teacher to teach these students . Thanks to the Department of Education, which has […]]]>


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Shivani Bhakoo

Ludhiana, September 22

Welcome to Government Middle School, Leel Village in Sudhar Block, where the fate of at least 31 students is at stake. The reason for this is that there is no permanent teacher to teach these students . Thanks to the Department of Education, which has yet to wake up from a deep sleep.

Every day, two teachers come from the public school, Burj Hakima, to teach the students at Leel School. But they must also teach the students of their school. These teachers travel 10 km to ensure that our children do not suffer in their studies. — Parent of a Class VIII student

According to well-placed sources, for the past two years there has been no teacher to teach students at Government Middle School, Leel village, which falls under Sudhar block.

Last year, a teacher, who was sent on deputation to Leel School, only teaches Punjabi to students. For the rest of the subjects like English, social studies, science and mathematics, etc., the school must depend on the public school, Burj Hakima, which is 10 km from Leel. Burj Hakima School is attached to Leel School.

One of the residents of Leel village, whose daughter is a class VIII student at the school, said on condition of anonymity: “Every day two teachers come from the public school, Burj Hakima, to teach to students at Leel School. But they must also teach their students at the Burj Hakima school. These teachers travel 10 km to ensure that our children do not suffer in their studies.

“It is a harassment for the two teachers. All the villagers wrote several times to the concerned authorities to send permanent teachers to the school, but in vain till date,” the villager lamented while adding that it was shameful for the government, if it did not did not provide adequate education for the children.

It is learned that the school authorities and the villagers have repeatedly written to the Department of Education and the state government to fill the teaching positions, but all their pleas have fallen on deaf ears. As if that were not enough, even an electronic portal of the department does not show the requirement of the teachers as the name of the Leel school is not displayed online.

The two teachers, who shuttle between two schools, feel helpless and exhausted but they continue to do their duty.

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The Oba of Benin is going through a leadership crisis in the village of Ehiozevbaru https://tribunetower.info/the-oba-of-benin-is-going-through-a-leadership-crisis-in-the-village-of-ehiozevbaru/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 18:38:59 +0000 https://tribunetower.info/the-oba-of-benin-is-going-through-a-leadership-crisis-in-the-village-of-ehiozevbaru/ The Omo N’Oba N’Edo Uku Akpolokpolo, Oba Ewuare II, Oba of Benin embroiled in leadership crisis in Ehiozevbaru village in Uhunmwode Local Government Area in Edo State with the assurance that the issues involved would be resolved peacefully. Three Beninese palace chiefs, Moses Iyamu, the Ezama of Benin, Oseazegioba Ikpomwonsa and Chief Uyi Esere, the […]]]>

The Omo N’Oba N’Edo Uku Akpolokpolo, Oba Ewuare II, Oba of Benin embroiled in leadership crisis in Ehiozevbaru village in Uhunmwode Local Government Area in Edo State with the assurance that the issues involved would be resolved peacefully.

Three Beninese palace chiefs, Moses Iyamu, the Ezama of Benin, Oseazegioba Ikpomwonsa and Chief Uyi Esere, the Esere of Uselu, conveyed Oba Ewuare’s advice to protesters at his palace in Benin City.

Oba Ewuare assured that due diligence would be followed in resolving the dispute, presented in separate statements endorsed by some aggrieved natives in the area.

One of the village elders of Ehiozevbaru, Mr. Humphrey Agbonavbare, explained that the passive resistance to the excesses of Mr. Sunday Ediagbonya, the self-proclaimed Odionwere (village chief), reached a tipping point, after Mr. Ediagbonya allegedly failed to account for the village development fund, running into millions of naira that were in his custody.

He listed other atrocities against Ediagbonya, including the missing ancestral staff at the Ehiozevbaru elders’ porch as well as the bestial act allegedly committed against one of his children in the village.

Agbonavbare, the Ozukpogieva (second oldest elder) of the village, explained that these illegal acts caused most of the village elders to break off relations with him.

Agbonavbare, who pledged his loyalty to the Oba of Benin, also alleged that the self-proclaimed Odionwere neither attained the post of Odionwere nor performed the necessary rites as required by Beninese customs and traditions.

“When we (the elders) summoned him to account for the money that was in his custody, he replied that he was overtaken by events.

“We did not sell the land of the Oba of Benin. Our loyalty is to him. We did not destroy houses or economic crops… On Sunday, Ediagbonya left the village voluntarily after people abandoned him,” Agbonavbare added.

In his response, the embattled self-proclaimed Odionwere, Ediagbonya, blamed some disgruntled elements in the village for his misfortunes, adding that his suspension was carried out through a paltry deception to usurp constituted authority.

Another village elder, Mr. Henry Osaigbovo, highlighted development progress in Ehiozevbaru village to include electricity and water supply in a short time the self-proclaimed Odionwere was set aside .

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Village social district expands to include Tanglefoot Park, Barber School | food drink https://tribunetower.info/village-social-district-expands-to-include-tanglefoot-park-barber-school-food-drink/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 10:00:00 +0000 https://tribunetower.info/village-social-district-expands-to-include-tanglefoot-park-barber-school-food-drink/ The Spring Lake Village social district was expanded last Friday, allowing patrons to sip their favorite beer or cocktails while strolling through an even larger downtown area. This includes the village’s new $3.5 million park project, as well as the historic Barber School. “Being able to continue to expand the social district is very exciting […]]]>

The Spring Lake Village social district was expanded last Friday, allowing patrons to sip their favorite beer or cocktails while strolling through an even larger downtown area. This includes the village’s new $3.5 million park project, as well as the historic Barber School.

“Being able to continue to expand the social district is very exciting for the village,” said director of the village’s Downtown Development Authority, Stefanie Herder. “This has been one of DDA’s goals in improving and growing a pedestrian and cycle village.”

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‘Fake’ pesticide damages 12-acre paddy crop in Bathinda village: The Tribune India https://tribunetower.info/fake-pesticide-damages-12-acre-paddy-crop-in-bathinda-village-the-tribune-india/ Mon, 19 Sep 2022 02:00:00 +0000 https://tribunetower.info/fake-pesticide-damages-12-acre-paddy-crop-in-bathinda-village-the-tribune-india/ Tribune press service Bathinda, September 18 The 12-acre paddy crop was completely damaged after the alleged use of fake pesticides by a farmer in the district’s Burj Mehma village. The farmer blamed a Goniana-based arhtiya for selling him fake pesticides. current probe Justice will be rendered to the affected farmer after […]]]>


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Bathinda, September 18

The 12-acre paddy crop was completely damaged after the alleged use of fake pesticides by a farmer in the district’s Burj Mehma village. The farmer blamed a Goniana-based arhtiya for selling him fake pesticides.

current probe

Justice will be rendered to the affected farmer after a thorough investigation into the matter. Dilbag Singh, Director of Agriculture, Bathinda

Gurpreet Singh, the concerned farmer, said, “I filed a written complaint against the arhtiya for selling me the fake pesticide at Nehianwala police station. I bought pesticides from Shadi Lal and sprinkled them on my standing paddy crop. After three or four days, the crop began to dry out. I brought the matter to the attention of the arhtiya, but he is not ready to accept his fault. If I don’t receive any money for the damaged crop, I will have no choice but to kill myself in front of the company selling the pesticide.

Ram Singh Brar, a village unit leader of BKU Ekta Sidhupur said, “Gurpreet Singh’s paddy crop has been damaged due to the use of fake pesticides. The arhtiya did not even provide the invoice for the pesticides sold to it. If no action is taken against the owner of the company, we will start an unrest in Goniana.

However, the arhtiya refuted the allegations, citing that the concerned farmer owed him money and that he had not sold him any pesticides.

Gora Singh, head of Killi Nihal Singh village police station, said, “We received a complaint from a farmer against an arhtiya. We are investigating the matter thoroughly and action will be taken in accordance with the findings. »

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Students close school in Jind village due to changing teachers: The Tribune India https://tribunetower.info/students-close-school-in-jind-village-due-to-changing-teachers-the-tribune-india/ Sat, 17 Sep 2022 05:16:00 +0000 https://tribunetower.info/students-close-school-in-jind-village-due-to-changing-teachers-the-tribune-india/ Tribune press service Jind, September 16 Students at Government High School and Government Girls College in Kharakbhura village in Jind closed their respective schools and staged protests against the transfer of teachers from their respective institutions. Case discussed with officials I raised the question of the shortage of teachers following the […]]]>


Tribune press service

Jind, September 16

Students at Government High School and Government Girls College in Kharakbhura village in Jind closed their respective schools and staged protests against the transfer of teachers from their respective institutions.

Case discussed with officials

I raised the question of the shortage of teachers following the recent transfer with the higher authorities. — Vinay Jindal, Block Education Manager

Villagers said most of the teachers in these two schools were transferred during the recent transfer campaign, leaving students without teachers.

Rameshwar, a villager, said, “The government secondary school for girls has only two teachers left, one a Sanskrit and the other the principal. Meanwhile, Government High School only has teachers for Math, Sanskrit, and Social Studies subjects.

Previously, these schools had a sufficient number of teachers. Another villager said, “The transfer of teachers is unfair. We will not let the government merge these schools. We will protest if this happens.

The block’s education officer, Vinay Jindal, today held a meeting with members of the school’s management committee. He told the students and other villagers that he had raised the issue of teacher shortages following the transfer with higher authorities.

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Middleport Village Council Discusses Box of Blessings and Christmas Celebration | River Cities Tribune and Register Gallia, Meigs and Mason https://tribunetower.info/middleport-village-council-discusses-box-of-blessings-and-christmas-celebration-river-cities-tribune-and-register-gallia-meigs-and-mason/ Fri, 16 Sep 2022 04:00:00 +0000 https://tribunetower.info/middleport-village-council-discusses-box-of-blessings-and-christmas-celebration-river-cities-tribune-and-register-gallia-meigs-and-mason/ Country the United States of AmericaUS Virgin IslandsU.S. Minor Outlying IslandsCanadaMexico, United Mexican StatesBahamas, Commonwealth ofCuba, Republic ofDominican RepublicHaiti, Republic ofJamaicaAfghanistanAlbania, People’s Socialist Republic ofAlgeria, People’s Democratic Republic ofAmerican SamoaAndorra, Principality ofAngola, Republic ofAnguillaAntarctica (the territory south of 60 degrees S)Antigua and BarbudaArgentina, Argentine RepublicArmeniaArubaAustralia, Commonwealth ofAustria, Republic ofAzerbaijan, Republic ofBahrain, Kingdom ofBangladesh, People’s Republic […]]]>

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The Second International Village Heads Summit Successfully Held in Huangling, Wuyuan | Region https://tribunetower.info/the-second-international-village-heads-summit-successfully-held-in-huangling-wuyuan-region/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 17:56:45 +0000 https://tribunetower.info/the-second-international-village-heads-summit-successfully-held-in-huangling-wuyuan-region/ SHANGRAO, China–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Sept. 14, 2022– Under the leadership of the China Tourist Attractions Association, with the sponsorship of the Wuyuan County People’s Government (Wuyuan National Rural Tourism Station Experimental Zone Management Committee) and the Culture, Radio and Tourism Bureau of Shangrao City, and organized by Wuyuan County Culture, Radio and Tourism Bureau and Wuyuan Huangling […]]]>

SHANGRAO, China–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Sept. 14, 2022–

Under the leadership of the China Tourist Attractions Association, with the sponsorship of the Wuyuan County People’s Government (Wuyuan National Rural Tourism Station Experimental Zone Management Committee) and the Culture, Radio and Tourism Bureau of Shangrao City, and organized by Wuyuan County Culture, Radio and Tourism Bureau and Wuyuan Huangling Cultural Tourism Co. LTD, the Second International Village Leader Summit kicked off in Huangling on September 7th.

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The Second International Village Heads Summit was successfully held in Huangling, Wuyuan (Photo: Business Wire)

Under the theme “Tourism Recover · Famous Villages First”, online and on-site participants engaged in discussions on the development of rural tourism with particularities, and measures to revive tourism in the context of the pandemic.

At the top, a friendly village relationship is forged between Huangling Village, Yuanjia Village, Xiaogan Village, Lujia Village, Chongdugou Village, Mazhuang Village, Daji Village, Pinglin Village, Yashan Village and Jianyantou Village (Zhou Family Yard). Meanwhile, the Chinese Village of Huangling signed Friendship Village Agreements with Barbizon and Auvers-sur-Oise in France, and awarded MR. Edo Anceaux a certificate of honor who is the representative of UNESCO Werelderfgoed Kinderdijk in the Netherlands.

Special guest of the summit, Hans Doets, a former director of tourism in The Hague, Netherlands, told the meeting through the Zoom meeting: “Following the trend of increasing exchanges between China and the West, I hope more famous European villages can join our strong collaboration and work more closely through this summit, and I also look forward to visiting China again!

Edo Anceaux from Kinderdijk presented how this village of windmills in the Netherlands is navigating through the Covid epidemic. As more and more tourists now choose villages as destinations rather than cities, a new opportunity has arisen. It is high time to lay down basic principles to guide the revival of village tourism, develop action guides to deal with the influence of the pandemic, and explore international cooperation and favorable policies. . This will foster innovation in products, services and business models in the tourism industry.

Thanks to this successful summit, well-known tourist villages shared valuable individual experiences for villages around the world. It was a platform that strengthened cooperation and exchanges. The ideas of these village leaders are incomparable assets contributing to the development of the rural economy in the post-pandemic era, as well as the goal of building a moderately prosperous society in all respects.

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Ted off? Lake Zurich Village Council Questions Whether Planned Mini-Golf Would Disturb Neighbors, Be Big And Challenging Enough – Chicago Tribune https://tribunetower.info/ted-off-lake-zurich-village-council-questions-whether-planned-mini-golf-would-disturb-neighbors-be-big-and-challenging-enough-chicago-tribune/ Mon, 12 Sep 2022 22:53:00 +0000 https://tribunetower.info/ted-off-lake-zurich-village-council-questions-whether-planned-mini-golf-would-disturb-neighbors-be-big-and-challenging-enough-chicago-tribune/ At its September 6 meeting, the Lake Zurich Village Council appeared to favor a proposed mini-golf course on the site of the former police station at 61 West Main St. Trustees conducted a courtesy review of the proposal at the meeting, which was held on a Tuesday — a day later than the regular Monday […]]]>

At its September 6 meeting, the Lake Zurich Village Council appeared to favor a proposed mini-golf course on the site of the former police station at 61 West Main St.

Trustees conducted a courtesy review of the proposal at the meeting, which was held on a Tuesday — a day later than the regular Monday schedule — due to the Labor Day holiday.

The space is 1.63 acres and an 18-hole course is planned, with a building measuring 40 feet by 20 feet. The project is proposed by local businessman Kyle Essary, who said he would like the course to be open from Memorial Day through October and feature fiberglass traps and obstacles.

“Our family, for the past three generations, has owned and operated Glenview Bank,” Essary said.

The bank has since been sold, but he said he became interested in local businesses while running the bank.

“I got to see how much impact community-owned businesses can have, not that Lake Zurich doesn’t have one, but we wanted to add to that,” Essary said.

The proposed development would have nearly 40 parking spaces, and while some council members seemed doubtful that a full 18-hole mini-golf course could accommodate the traffic and desired course, Essary said his studies suggest it is possible.

“I think that’s more than enough for what we’re going to need,” he said.

He added that later he might want to expand in four or five years. However, he said, that consideration is premature at this stage of the process.

“One of the things we are most excited about is participating in village events,” he said. “It’s something we actively want to be a part of.”

Essary explained that he is a father with young children and “we are always looking for something to do. Unfortunately, this often takes us away from Lake Zurich.”

Administrator Jon Sprawka said he could understand why nearby residents would oppose the plan. The property has been empty – unintentionally – for years.

“It had government use, although a long, long time ago. So people enjoyed the tranquility there, but it wasn’t always designed as a green space,” he said. “I think it’s a fairly low impact for the residents adjacent to it. … We look forward to you coming back and sharing your final plans.

Essary said the facility will be open from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. on weekends. On weekdays, the venue would be open until 9 p.m. during the fall months and until 10 p.m. the other months of the year.

Administrator Marc Spacone said the project sounds good, considering it offers something for kids and teens, or those under 21.

“I think it’s a good space. Not everyone will agree with me on this. We could have a space full of bars and pubs or we could have a mixed-use space,” he said.

Lake Zurich was home to another mini-golf course, trustee Janice Gannon pointed out. She asked the board why it failed years ago. She also seemed worried that the size of the land wasn’t big enough to accommodate something really fun.

“I don’t want it to be a place where people go once and say, ‘That’s not fun,'” she said. “Is it big enough to house 18 holes…and tough enough that people want to do it more than once?”

Essary said yes.

Sprawka said the old course, Cozy’s Adventure, wasn’t a single property, but it was spread over two properties owned by different people, and the owner of one property sold his half and that’s why it closed – not for lack of popularity.

Still, Mayor Tom Poynton said he could sympathize with nearby residents who might be concerned about the lighting.

“Being a dark sky guy, I think if I lived next door I would be there with a BB gun turning off the lights at 11 a.m.,” the mayor said.

Still, even Poynton wasn’t opposed to the proposal, adding that he hopes the developers will work with area residents.

Although there was no vote on the matter, all council members seemed eager to hear more details and were generally supportive of the project.

Jesse Wright is a freelancer.

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