Homewood trustees' agenda includes requests for special use permit, stop sign installation

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Homewood trustees' agenda includes requests for special use permit, stop sign installation

January 07, 2018 - 20:11
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At the regular board meeting Tuesday Homewood trustees will witness four new employees take the oath of office and will consider a request for installation of a four-way stop at a residential intersection and a request for a day care center special use permit.

The board meets at 7:30 p.m. in village hall, 2020 Chestnut Road. 

Three new officers will officially join the Homewood Police Department: Nicholas Camilli, Thomas Rodeghier and Timothy Rosenberg. 

Melanie Hamilton will join the Public Works Department as a street maintenance worker. 

In other business, the board will consider a request for a special use permit from Michelle and Alfred Saulsberry to operate a child care center at 18729-18731 Dixie Highway.

The Saulsberrys are also requesting a parking variance. They plan to use four existing parking spaces to create a play area, which would put the number of available spaces below  the minimum required by the village.

The board will also consider whether to install a four-way stop at the intersection of Linden Road and Loomis Avenue, one block north of Ridge Road. Residents in the area submitted a petition with 41 signatures asking for the installation of stop signs to reduce speeding by motorists.