At its Regular Village Board Meeting of July 8, 2019 the Village Board of Trustees approved:

  • A Resolution Approving Closed Session Meeting Minutes and Authorizing the Village Clerk to Make Certain Closed Session Meeting Minutes Available to the Public for Inspection First Review – 2019 and Authorizing the Destruction of Certain Audio Recordings of Closed Session Minutes
  • 2020-2029 10-Year Capital Plan
  • A Resolution Regarding Construction on State Highways (Village of Lincolnshire / Illinois Department of Transportation)
  • Name and Dedication Date for the Lincolnshire Downtown Pocket Park
  • An Ordinance Amending Title 6 (Zoning) Repealing Paragraph 6-6A-2(D) and Paragraph 6-6B-2(D) of the Lincolnshire Village Code to Eliminate 25% Ground Floor Sales Tax- Generating Use Requirements in the B1 and B2 Business Zoning Districts

At its Regular Village Board Meeting of June 24, 2019 the Village Board of Trustees approved:

  • An Ordinance Amending Title 2 (Boards & Commissions), Chapter 6 (Zoning Board) of the Lincolnshire Village Code
  • Professional Service Contract with Bollinger, Lach, & Associates for Water Main Improvement Design, Permits, and Bidding Services Segment 3 Crosstown Watermain Project (Riverwoods Road-Duffy Lane to IL Route 22) at a Cost not to Exceed $83,412.91
  • A Resolution Regarding Construction on State Highways (Village of Lincolnshire / Illinois Department of Transportation)
  • A Contract for the Village of Lincolnshire Soffit Repair Project with ATP Enterprise Group, Inc. of Northbrook, IL in an Amount not to Exceed $50,500
  • Design and Construction of a Storage Facility for Equipment and Materials Located in the North Park Maintenance Yard
  • A Resolution Authorizing the Village Manager to Execute Documentation to Secure a Final Electricity Price for Various Electricity Accounts
  • Appointments to Positions on the Architecture Review Board and Zoning Board 

At its Regular Village Board Meeting of June 10, 2019 the Village Board of Trustees approved:

  • Building Permit Fee Waiver Per Section 5-3-2(A) Not For Profit Fees of the Lincolnshire Village Code (Vernon Area Public Library)
  • An Ordinance Amending Title 12 (Signs) of the Lincolnshire Village Code – Permanent Wall and Ground Sign Requirements in the Proposed Commercial Sign District Created via a Merger of the Downtown and Corridor Commercial Sign District; Revisions to the Illumination Requirements in the Commercial Sign District; and Revisions to Ground Sign Approval Requirements in all Sign Districts
  • A Resolution Adopting a New Village Logo
  • An Ordinance Granting an Amendment to a Special Use for the Rivershire Planned Unit Development to Provide Exceptions for Fence Height and Opacity (Rivershire Homeowners Association #2)

At its Regular Village Board Meeting of May 13, 2019 the Village Board of Trustees approved:

  • Appointments/ Reappointments to Positions on Architectural Review Board, Police Pension Board, and Park Board
  • An Ordinance Dissolving the Village of Lincolnshire “Fund 17” (Village of Lincolnshire - E911 Fund)
  • Changes to the Village of Lincolnshire Street Usage Policy
  • An Ordinance Amending Title 1 (Administration), Chapter 15 (Comprehensive Fee Schedule) of the Lincolnshire Village Code to Update Public Ways and Properties Fees
  • Use of Discussion of the Use of North Park for Heroes Night on August 23, 2019

At its Regular Village Board Meeting of April 22, 2019 the Village Board of Trustees approved:

  • Roof-Mounted Solar Panel Installation for Building C of Extra Space Storage Facility – 200 Parkway Drive (Rethink Electric LLC)
  • Ordinance Amending Ordinance #11-3191-13A Related to Marriott’s Lincolnshire Resort Master Sign Plans (Marriott Lincolnshire Resort – 10 Marriott Drive)
  • Picnic Permit Fee Waiver Request Pursuant to Section 8-1B-2(O) of the Village Code (Girl Scout Troop #45713 & Troop #45936)
  • A Contract with Schroeder & Schroeder, Inc. for the 2019 Concrete Flatwork Project in an Amount not to Exceed $38,125
  • A Professional Service Contract with Baxter & Woodman Consulting Engineers for Roadway, Bike Path, and Parking Lot Rehabilitation, Design, Permits, and Bidding Services at a Cost not to Exceed $44,544.10
  • A Contract with Chicagoland Paving for the 2019 Pavement Patching Project in an Amount not to Exceed $60,000
  • An Ordinance Amending Title 3 (Business and License Regulations), Chapter 3 (Liquor Control), and Title 1, Chapter 15 (Fee Schedule) of the Village of Lincolnshire Municipal Code