Government

At its Regular Village Board Meeting of December 9, 2019 the Village Board of Trustees approved:

  • An Ordinance Granting a Special Use and Variances for a Public School – Daniel Wright Junior High School (Lincolnshire-Prairie View School District 103)
  • An Internal Village Fee Waiver not to Exceed $4,264.33 (Lincolnshire-Prairie View School District 103)
  • An Ordinance Amending the Lincolnshire Village Code, Title 6 (Zoning), Chapters 2 (Zoning Definitions), 3 (General Zoning Regulations), and 8 (Office/Industrial Districts), Defining and Prohibiting Adult-Use Cannabis Business Establishments
  • An Ordinance Amending Title 11 (Misdemeanors), Chapter 10 (Offenses Affecting Public Health and Safety) of the Lincolnshire Village Code Pertaining to Recreational Cannabis
  • An Ordinance Amending Title 11 (Misdemeanors), Chapter 12 (Minors) of the Lincolnshire Village Code
  • An Ordinance Amending Title 3 (Business License Regulations), Chapter 4 (Amusements), Article G (Raffles) of the Lincolnshire Village Code
  • An Ordinance Amending Title 4 (Health and Sanitation), Chapter 4 (Smoking Regulations), of the Lincolnshire Village Code Pertaining to Smoking on School Grounds
  • An Ordinance Amending Title 1 (Administration), Chapter 17 (Comprehensive Fine/Penalty Schedule), Section 12 (Misdemeanors) of the Lincolnshire Village Code
  • A Professional Service Contract with Baxter & Woodman Consulting Engineers for 2020 Roadway and Parking Lot Rehabilitation, Design, Permits, and Bidding Services at a Cost not to Exceed $77,166.27 
  • A Professional Service Contract with Christopher B. Burke Engineering, Ltd. for Roadway Improvement Analysis, Design, Permits, and Bidding Services at a Cost not to Exceed $47,650.00
  • A Professional Service Contract with Kluber Architects & Engineers for Flooring, Tuckpointing, and Security Improvements Design, Bidding, and Construction Administration Services at a Cost not to Exceed $23,750.00
  • A Professional Service Contract with Hitchcock Design Group of Naperville, Illinois for Preliminary Design for Proposed Signage Improvements at a Cost not Exceed $40,000.00

At its Regular Village Board Meeting of November 25, 2019 the Village Board of Trustees approved:

  • An Ordinance Rezoning the Property Commonly Known as 2 Hotz Road from R1 Single-Family Resident to E Small Scale Office (Lincolnshire Animal Hospital – 420 Half Day Road)
  • An Ordinance Granting an Amendment to a Special Use Granting Variations for an Animal Clinic (Lincolnshire Animal Hospital – 420 Half Day Road)
  • An Ordinance Amending Single-Family Residential Bulk Regulations in Title 6, Chapters 5A (R1, R2 and R3 Single-Family Residence Districts) and 5B (R2A Single-Family Residence District) of the Lincolnshire Village Code
  • Fiscal Year 2020 Budget
  • Professional Service Agreements as Detailed in the Budget for Fiscal Year 2020
  • An Ordinance Levying Taxes for Corporate Purposes of the Village of Lincolnshire, Lake County, Illinois for Fiscal Year Beginning the First Day of January, 2019 and ending December 31, 2019
  • An Ordinance Abating and Reducing Certain Taxes Heretofore Levied to Pay Debt Service on Special Service Area (SSA) Bonds of the Village of Lincolnshire, Lake County, Illinois (Sedgebrook Special Service Area Number 1 Special Tax Bonds)
  • An Ordinance Amending Chapter 15 of Title 1- Comprehensive Fee Schedule of the Lincolnshire Village Code Related to the Establishment of Fees and Charges for Service (Water and Sewer Connection Charges and Rate)
  • Changes to Police Pension Funding Policy
  • 2020 Calendar and Meeting Schedule
  • Joint Purchasing Agreement with Morton Salt, Inc. in the Not-to-Exceed-Amount of $33,325.00, and Compass Minerals America, Inc. in the Not-to-Exceed Amount of $28,611.00, for the Purchase of Rock Salt for the 2019-2020 Winter Season
  • A One-Year Supplemental Statement of Work with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Consortium Service Provider, Municipal GIS Partners (MGP) for Geographic Information Services

At its Regular Village Board Meeting of November 11, 2019 the Village Board of Trustees approved:

  • an Ordinance Regarding an Amendment to Title 12 (Sign Control) of the Lincolnshire Village Code to Permit, and Develop Regulations for, Manual and Electronic Menu Boards for Food Establishments with a Drive-Through (Keyser Industries / McDonald’s Restaurant – 450 Milwaukee Avenue)
  • A First Amendment to Declarations of Whytegate Homeowners Association (Whytegate Homeowner’s Association)
  • A Request for a Roof-Mounted Solar Panel Installation for 444 Social Luxury Apartments (Smash Residential Chicago – 444 and 446 Parkway Drive)
  • An Ordinance Amending Title 5 (Building Regulations), Chapter 3 (Building Fees and Charges) of the Lincolnshire Village Code

At its Regular Village Board Meeting of October 28, 2019 the Village Board of Trustees approved:

  • An Ordinance Regarding an Amendment to Title 12 (Sign Control) of the Lincolnshire Village Code to Permit, and Develop Regulations for, Manual and Electronic Menu Boards for Food Establishments with a Drive-Through (Keyser Industries / McDonald’s Restaurant – 450 Milwaukee Avenue)
  • A First Amendment to Declarations of Whytegate Homeowners Association (Whytegate Homeowner’s Association)
  • A Request for a Roof-Mounted Solar Panel Installation for 444 Social Luxury Apartments (Smash Residential Chicago – 444 and 446 Parkway Drive)
  • An Ordinance Amending Title 5 (Building Regulations), Chapter 3 (Building Fees and Charges) of the Lincolnshire Village Code

At its Regular Village Board Meeting of October 28, 2019 the Village Board of Trustees approved:

  • An Ordinance Granting Direction sign Variations from Title 12 (Sign Control) of the Lincolnshire Village Code (1-3 Stevenson Drive – Adlai E. Stevenson High School District 125)
  • An Amendment to Village Manager Employment Agreement (Village of Lincolnshire)

At its Regular Village Board Meeting of October 15, 2019 the Village Board of Trustees approved:

  • An Ordinance Authorizing the Disposal of Surplus Property
  • The Community Christian Church of Lincolnshire’s Request to Use Village Streets for a Community 5K Race/Walk and Waiver of the Village Street Usage Policy Cash Bond Requirement
  • An Ordinance Amending Title 3 (Business and License Regulations), Chapter 3 (Liquor Control), Section 3-3-2-1 (Liquor License Classes) of the Lincolnshire Village Code
  • An Ordinance Amending the Lincolnshire Village Code, Title 6 (Zoning), Chapter 11 (Off-Street Parking and Loading), Section 6-11-2-G (Off-Street Parking Facilities) Related to Hotel Parking Requirements (350 Knightsbridge Parkway - Knight Bridge Pky, LLC)
  • An Ordinance Granting a Special Use Permit to Construct a 113-room Hotel in the Office/Industrial (O/Ib) Zoning Subdistrict; Building Height Variation; Setback Variations; and Wall Sign Variations (350 Knightsbridge Parkway - Knight Bridge Pky, LLC)

At its Regular Village Board Meeting of September 23, 2019 the Village Board of Trustees approved:

  • A New Medical Office Building – 231 Olde Half Day Road (Alexander and Julia Katsnelson)
    • Exterior Architectural Design of a Proposed New Medical Building per Section 6-14-4-E of the Lincolnshire Village Code (Site Plan, Building Design, and Landscape Plan)
    • A Resolution Approving a Plat of Dedication for Right-of-Way and Plat of Easement for Public Utilities and Drainage for 231 Olde Half Day Road
  • A Multi-Year Contract with The Mulch Center for Leaf Hauling and Disposal
  • AMajor Amendment to Special Use Ordinance 03-1864-41 for a Planned Unit Development for a Continuing Care Retirement Campus (Sedgebrook) to Allow Temporary Events and Mobile Food Vendors (Sedgebrook Propco SL LLC)
  • An Ordinance Amending a Special Use for a Planned Unit Development for a Continuing Care Retirement Campus (Sedgebrook) to Allow Temporary Events and Mobile Food Vendors
  • A Resolution for Maintenance of Streets and Highways by Municipality under the Illinois Highway Code – January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2019
  • A Contract for the Construction of the Village of Lincolnshire’s 2019 Road and Bike Path Resurfacing Project with Builders Asphalt, Rosemont, IL in an Amount not to Exceed $892,000.00
  • A Professional Services Agreement with Baxter & Woodman Consulting Engineers for Phase 3 – Construction Observation Services for 2019 Road and bike Path Resurfacing Project in an Amount not to Exceed $49,940.00
  • An Agreement with the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) for Stage 3 Improvements for the Illinois Transportation Enhancement Program (ITEP) Grant Project
  • A Professional Services Agreement with Gewalt Hamilton Associates, Inc. for Phase 3 – Construction Observation Services for Stage 3 Improvements for the Illinois Transportation Enhancement Program (ITEP) Grant Project in an Amount not to Exceed $38,771.00