The assisted living license was updated to include a $5,000 fee for overusing emergency services for nonemergency transportation. And the city will be ending its fire alarm monitoring program May 1, 2020 (impacted businesses will likely need to find their own service).
Jan. 16, 2020 – A new planned development next to Highwood’s Rec Center will turn the city-owned parking lot into a 49-unit residential building. Koenitz-Hudac made the point that before moving forward with another high density project, he believes the City needs to show a comprehensive plan to protect and provide public parking in the affected area.
Highwood library’s executive director is not keen to give up programming space to build jail cells. When she told Highwood aldermen, they were not happy to be sent back to the drawing board for their plans to move city hall and the police department.