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Homewood approves lot resurfacing, ending townhome development

October 17, 2020 - 08:43
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The Homewood board approved a paving project for the parking lot at village hall that marks the official end of a townhome development once proposed for the property.

The one-acre area near Chestnut Road and Harwood Avenue was to be developed into 24 townhomes by 107 Highwood Holdings. That was first approved in 2018.

Village Manager Jim Marino said that development will not happen and the village is not seeking a new developer for the property.

Homewood approves lot resurfacing, ending townhome development

October 17, 2020 - 08:42
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The Homewood board approved a paving project for the parking lot at village hall that marks the official end of a townhome development once proposed for the property.

The one-acre area near Chestnut Road and Harwood Avenue was to be developed into 24 townhomes by 107 Highwood Holdings. That was first approved in 2018.

Village Manager Jim Marino said that development will not happen and the village is not seeking a new developer for the property.

Village's staff to work from Ryan Funeral Home during Village Hall renovations this spring

February 13, 2015 - 17:18
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Homewood purchased Ryan Funeral Home recently with the intention of using it as the site for a proposed community science center. While that project is still on the drawing board, the village will have a more immediate use for the structure: That's where several village offices will find a home during renovations this spring to Village Hall. 

Homewood trustees approve science center study, Village Hall renovation contract, street program

February 10, 2015 - 20:49
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Quick look: 

  • Homewood trustees approved an $80,000 contract with Global Studios to conduct the first phase of the planning process for a community science center to be located in the former Ryan's Funeral Home.
  • Trustees approved a $402,000 construction bid for renovation of Village Hall. Village Manager Jim Marino announced that second-floor office staff would work in Ryan's Funeral Home during the project, which is slated to start in March.
  • The 2015 street resurfacing program was approved. The $470,000 costs will come from the motor fuel tax fund.
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