continued The EHH Committee presented its recommended changes to the Village Edge South section of the village Comprehensive Plan to the village board and also sent the recommendations to the county planning department for comment in August. Wheeler said he anticipated the village board will be able to take action on the recommended Comprehensive Plan changes at its Oct. 7 meeting.
—Approved a request from Project CAFÉ to hold a “Crop Walk” at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 20, on village streets.
—Heard from Trustee Amy Mann that the L.L. Bean Outdoor Discovery School in Lakeland Park continues to be successful and L.L. Bean executives are looking to use Carpenter’s Barn in fall 2013 and throughout 2104 for as a staging and storage area for classes in archery, snowshoeing, fly fishing and kayaking. “They are thrilled and they would like to expand [the school],” Mann said.
—Unanimously approved a resolution to thank village parking enforcement officer Stacy Jones for her four years of service to the village. Jones resigned recently and ended her work last week because she is moving out of the area.
—Heard from Police Chief Michael Hayes that the village police continue to investigate the graffiti crimes that occurred throughout the village during the summer. He said although there has been one arrest he is certain there are three other suspects “yet to be apprehended” and his officers continue to follow leads.
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