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Village HallThe Village Finance Committee meets today at 1 PM.  Some of the topics on their agenda include:

  • Discussion & Recommendation to Board of 2020 Audit Report
  • Required Communication Letters
  • Elected Officials’ Guides
  • Four moth review – Treasurer’s report

A copy of the agenda can be viewed and downloaded here.

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The Village Board of Trustees will be holding their monthly meeting this evening at 6:30 PM.  Some of the topics for discussion and/or vote include:

  • Ceremonial swearing in of Jason Currie as Police Sergeant
  • A Resolution Authorizing the Execution of a Contract with Corrective Asphalt Materials LLC (CAM) for Pavement Rejuvenation of Select Village Maintained Roads Resolution 21-
  • A Resolution Authorizing the Execution of an Agreement with Weatherguard Roofing Company for the Repair of the Roofs of Village Property at 112 Algonquin Road ($79,200) Resolution 21 –
  • A Resolution Renewing a Boundary Agreement with the Village of Algonquin Resolution 21 –
  • Ordinance Amending Administrative Adjudication, Cannabis and General Penalty Regulations Codified in the Village Code Ordinance 21 –

A copy of the agenda can be viewed here. The meeting is open to those wishing to attend or readers can listen in by calling 508-924-1464.

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President Joe Biden signs the American Rescue Plan, a coronavirus relief package, Thursday in the Oval Office of the White House. (Associated Press)

The American Rescue Plan signed Thursday by President Joe Biden is set to send more than $13.5 billion to governments across Illinois, including millions of dollars to the suburbs.

About $1.6 billion will go to Cook, DuPage, Lake, Kane, McHenry and Will county governments combined, according to a breakdown of allocations from the U.S. House Budget Committee. That’s part of $2.5 billion being divided among Illinois’ 102 counties, with allocations largely determined by population.

What is the breakdown by local municipalities?

  • Algonquin $3,817,257
  • Barrington $1,262,288
  • Barrington Hills $517,665
  • Carpentersville $4,602,651
  • Cary $2,232,139
  • East Dundee $397,330
  • Fox River Grove $564,984
  • Hoffman Estates $6,146,629
  • Inverness $911,289
  • Lake Barrington $601,431
  • Palatine $12,844,662, and
  • South Barrington $617,245

Source: U.S. House Budget Committee

The Daily Herald story continues here, and an expanded list of municipalities can be found here.

Editorial note:  Funding for villages we’ve often used as comparable to ours include Mettawa $67,086, Wadsworth $451,073 and Wayne $300,098.

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Notice of public hearing Appropriation Ordinance of the Village of Barrington Hills, Illinois Public Notice is hereby given that at 6:30 PM, on Monday, February 22, 2021, a public hearing will be held by the President and Board of Trustees for the Village of Barrington Hills, Illinois (located in Cook, Kane, Lake and McHenry Counties) in the MacArthur Room at Barrington Hills Village Hall, 112 Algonquin Road, Barrington Hills, Illinois for the purpose of considering the proposed Appropriation Ordinance of the Village of Barrington Hills for the Fiscal Year Commencing January 1, 2021 and ending December 31, 2021.

A copy of the proposed Appropriation Ordinance is available in the Clerk’s office by appointment. All interested parties are invited to attend and will be given an opportunity to submit oral or written comments at that time. Written comments on the proposed ordinance will be made part of the record of this proceeding. All written comments should be mailed/emailed to the Village Clerk to be received by 4:00 PM, February 22, 2021. Village Clerk Village of Barrington Hills 112 Algonquin Road Barrington Hills, IL 60010 clerk@vbhil.gov.

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The Village Board of Trustees will be holding their monthly meeting this evening at 6:30 PM.  Some of the topics for discussion and/or vote include:

  • An Ordinance Granting A Special Use Permit to Christ the Rock Churchfor Operation of a Religious Institution at 195 S. Sutton Road Ordinance 21-
  • A Resolution Renewing a Boundary Agreement with the Village of AlgonquinResolution 21 –

A copy of the agenda can be viewed hereThose wishing to try to listing in on the meeting can phone 508-924-1464.

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Recordings have been released from last month’s Board of Trustee’s meeting (12.17.2020), and the Village Attorney’s report contained the following update:

“Just really quickly, the Drury litigation versus the Village discovery is now closed. It’s moving in to motion practice, so we’ll hopefully get some kind of ruling in February, March-ish.”

To listen to the recording of the December 17th BOT meeting, click here.

Related:Things may get very interesting after Thanksgiving…

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The Village Board of Trustees will be holding their regular monthly meeting this evening at 6:30 PM. A copy of their agenda can be viewed here.

Those wishing to try to listing in on the meeting can phone 508-924-1464.

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The recordings from October 26th Board of Trustees meeting have been released. Click here to access the link from the Village website.

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Our Village Board of Trustees meets tonight at 6:30 PM. A copy of their agenda can be viewed and downloaded here.

Social distancing and masks are required to attend the meeting. Those wishing to listen in can dial 508-924-1464.

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Recordings from the remotely orchestrated Board of Trustees meeting Tuesday night have been posted and can be accessed for your listening pleasure by clicking here.

At the beginning of Trustee Brian Cecola’s Public Safety report, he read a letter he entered in to the record that we felt we should post now in light of the events on Old Sutton Road three weeks ago today.

His letter reads as follows:

“I want take this opportunity as public safety chair to personally thank our officers for the fine work they did with this recent incident. I also want to thank our surrounding communities police tasks force without their assistance and support it would be impossible tb investigate and handle situations like this.

As the public may or may not be aware when we have incidents, we rely upon intergovernmental agreements with surrounding communities to support each other in investigations.

In a recent meeting with the village president and administrator and in conjunction with the treasurer and the Police Chief I am advocating to move forward with presenting the· costs associated with this investigation for immediate reimbursement from the property owner the rental company agencies and the responsible party who rented this property.

As you may all be aware this village board tasked our Village attorney with notifying the owner of their non-compliance which they did promptly days prior to this incident.

It appears the property owner and rental agencies ignored our Instructions even after they agreed days prior that they were in violation.

They did so at their peril and if we do not recover our taxpayer’s costs then I suggest we take immediate legal action to do so.”

Hopefully Police Chief Joseph Colditz will have much more to report on this incident very soon.

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