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Homewood to Vote on $2.6 Million Water Meter Replacement Contract: On the Agenda

A preview of what's going to be discussed and voted on during Homewood's Oct. 9 village board meeting.

Homewood Village President Richard Hofeld and the village trustees will meet at Homewood Village Hall on Tuesday, Oct. 9 at 7:30 p.m.

Homewood to Swear in New Assistant Village Manager

New Assistant Village Manager Michael Marzal will be sworn in to office during tonight’s meeting. Marzal received his Masters in Public Administration at Northern Illinois University. He was formerly employed as the assistant village manager for the Village of Lincolnwood and the City of Woodstock before that. 

Leaf Pickup Program Contract Renewal

Trustees will vote to renew a $19,851 contract with Homewood Disposal for the village’s three-week leaf pickup program.

Purchase of New Police Vehicles

Trustees will vote to waive competitive bidding requirements for three new Chevrolet Caprice police interceptors from Miles Chevrolet through a state purchasing contract for $84,876.

Scavenger License Award

Trustees will vote to give a scavenger license to Allied Waste Transportation Inc., which recently purchased Chicago Height’s Skyline Disposal.

Incentive Money for World of Enrichment

World of Enrichment’s Kristine Hussain is requesting $687 through the village’s Go Green Reward program. The business, at 18035 Dixie Highway serves as a multicultural creativity and learning center for kids and adults alike.

Incentive Money for Reflections Yoga

Reflections Yoga owner Cipriano Romero is requesting $10,000 through the village’s Retail Enhancement Incentive Program to expand the size of his business.  Reflections Yoga is located at 18675 Dixie and it offers beginning and advanced yoga classes, as well as yoga teacher training. 

Water Meter Replacements

Trustees will vote to spend $2.6 million in capital funds to replace old, inaccurate water meters. Pending approval, the contract will be awarded to HD Supply Waterworks.

SHUSSBAR October 09, 2012 at 11:00 PM
Why couldn t we push the leaves in the street 2 or 3 pre selected days during the season like they do in Skokie for exemple? Then it all get ''vaccumed by a truck. No need to buy those pesky brown bags anymore.

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