The Village of Glenview

Board of Trustees Meeting Reports

Archived meeting minutes and agendas​

Village Board of Trustees meeting minutes are available back to 1915 and agendas date back to 1989. Click here, select the "Board of Trustees" folder, and then either the "Minutes" folder or "Agendas" folder.

February 6, 2018


  • Authorized a change of owner for a Class B Liquor License at Shabuya Korean Restaurant, 9850 Milwaukee Avenue, which permits the sale of beer and wine for consumption on the premises where food is served.
  • Appointed Michael Korman to fill a vacancy on the Village's Plan Commission.
  • Authorized execution of an addendum to the Employment Agreement of the Village Manager allowing him to relocate to the Village within a reasonable time frame mutually agreed to by the parties.
  • Authorized release of certain Executive Session minutes from the period of October 2000 through November 2017 and erasure of Executive Session recordings for the meetings prior to June 2016.
  • Gave final approval to a temporary traffic ordinance controlling the parking of vehicles and road closure on Aviator Lane, from Tower Drive to the parking garage, during the Curragh restaurant's St. Patrick's Day celebration, March 15-18.
  • Gave final approval to a final site plan review and commercial zoning variations for Glenview Material Storage & Supply, 2100 Johns Court, to allow modular material storage stalls within the front yard setback and other improvements installed without permits; a separate administrative adjudication process is proceeding to determine fines for work done without a permit.
  • Preliminarily approved an amendment to an existing conditional use ordinance to allow extended hours of operation for a craft brewery with an accessory tap room, a conditional use in the B-2 General Business District, for Macushla Brewing, 1516 East Lake Avenue.
  • Preliminarily granted a Planned Development Agreement for Glenridge Meadows, to allow modifications to requirements governing accessory uses throughout the 37-unit, single-family residential open space development.
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