7 p.m. Feb. 15 at Prospect School, 100 N. Prospect Ave. Clarendon Hills
Who will be there: Village Board, officials, and special guest speaker State Senator Sandack (R-21st District).
Why should I go?: It is important for all homeowners and businesses in Clarendon hills to get involved in matters that affect property taxes, sales taxes, and the vitality of the community. One of the big ideas and benefits that these discussions will bring is community awareness and involvement.
This is the last of three informational meetings about home rule authority in which Clarendon Hills is seeking votes for the March 20 referendum. Home-rule authority, according to the Clarendon Hills village board
, ensures the long-term financial viability of Clarendon Hills and is a way to maintain funding for the village’s infrastructure program.
Clarendon Hills has a population of less than 25,000 so it needs a referendum seeking voter approval to become home rule.