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SATURDAY. MARCI1 R. 2008 Classified Ads: 847-127-M-l-l Kmplottiirnl Ails: S-17-SOWJI'.' DAILY IIKRAI.I) SKCI'ION t PAGE 5 NOllCGS to place a legal advertisement, call (847)4274671, M-F 8 a.m.-5 p.m. or email to legals@dallyherald.com ^ Bid Notices "1 LEGAL ADVERTISING DEADLINES The final deadline for Legal Advertising Copy (via email) is 11 a.m. two business days prior to the desired publication date. Copy received via facsimile (or other non- electronic means) will require additional lead- time. Please consult a Legal Advertising Representative during regular business hours (8-5 M-F) for details. Legal Advertising 847-427-4671 LEGAL ADVERTISING DEADLINES The final deadline for Legal Advertising Copy (v a email) is 11 a.m. two business days prior to the desired publication date. Copy received via facsimile (or other non- electronic means) will require additional lead- time. Please consult a Legal Advertising Representative during regular business hours (8-5 M-F) for details. Legal Advertising 847-427-4671 \ Notice to Bid VILLAGE OF HOFFMAN ESTATES Half man Estates, IL 601 69 The Village of Hoffman Estates Deportment of Public Works Is soliciting bids for "2008 CONTRACT STREET SWEEPING". Sealed bids will be received by the Office of Ihe Village Clerk, 1900 Hassell Road, Hoffmon Estates, Illinois, 60169, (Municipal Building) until 10:15 a.m., loca time, March 19, 2008, at which time they will be publicly opened and read 0 oud. It Is the responsibility bf Ihe bidder to meet the specified opening time; and any bid not so received will be returned unopened. Bids tnust be Identified as such on }he outside of the sealed envelope. This con be done by label as may be provided by the agency or bv marking Ihe envelope "SEALED BID" and with the following Information: Company's name, address, item bid, Specifications and complete bid documents may be obta ned from the Office of Ihe Village Clerk. Further information regarding this bid may be obtained bv contacting Kenneth J. Har , Director of Public Works at (847) 490-6800. ' The Village of Hoffmon Estates reserves the right to wo ve any/all formalities, or to relect any/all bids and/or parts thereof: and to accept lha bid which it deems most favorable to Hoffman Estates after all bids have been examined and canvassed. Bv the Order of the Mayor ond Board of Trustees of the Village of Hoffmon Estates. March 8, 2008 /s/ Bev Romanoff, Village Clerk , Published in Daily Herald B l f> IG isn't the word for it, Well, bow would you describe the selection of local home service professionals in the Daily Herald Really BIG. We thought so, To place an ad in the Service Directory, callus at the number listed at the top of this page. FOR INFORMATION CLICK HERE T , Bid Notices | NOTICE TO BID VILLAGE OF HOFFMAN ESTATES Hoffmon Estates, IL60169 The Village ot Hoftman Estates Department of Public Works is soliciting bids fcr "BITUMINOUS ASPHALT MIXTURE". Sealed bids will be received bv the Office of ?he Village Clerk, 1900 Hassell Road, Hoffmon Estates, Illinois, 60169, (Municipal Building), until 10:00, p.m. local time, Morcfi 19, 2008 at which time they will be publicly opened and read aloud, tt Is the responsibility of the bidder to meet the specified opening time; and any bid not so received will be returned unopened. Bids must be identified as such on 1he ouiside of the sealed envelope. This can be done by label as may be provided by the agency or by marking the envelope "SEALED BID" and with the following information: Company's name, address, item bid, date, and time of opening. Specifications ond complete bid documents may be obtained from the Office of 1he Village Clerk. Further Information regarding this bid may be obtained by contacting Kenneth j. Hari, Director of Public Works at (847) 490-6800. The Village of Hoffman Estates reserves the right to waive any/all formalities, or to reiect any/all bids and/or parts thereof; and to accept that bid which it deems most favorable to Hoffman Estates after all bids have been examined and canvassed. Bv the Order of the Mayor and Board of Trustees of the Village of Hoffman Estates. Dote: Feb. 27, 2008 /$/ Bev Romanoff, Village Clerk Published in Daily Herald March 8, 2008 (40410I4W T Guardianship 1 Legal Notice UNITED STATES OF AMERICA STATE OF ILLINOIS COUNTY OF DUPAGE INTHECIRCUITCOURT OF THE EIGHTEENTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT In Re the Matter of Makcno N. Reed A Minor Cose No. 2008 P 40 The requisite affidavit tor publication having been tiled: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO YOU Unknown Fathers & All Whom This May Concern, THE RESPONDENT, that a petition has been filed In the Eight- of DuPago County, Illinois, fora: Petition for Guardian- that summons duty issued against you as provided bv law, and such petition is still NOW, THEREFORE, unless you Unknown Fathers & All Whom This May Concern, the Respondent, file your answer to the Petition or otherwise make your appearance therein, in the office of the Clerk of the Eighteenth Judicial Circuit Court, ot the Judicial Center, 505 North County Farm Road, in the City of Wheaton, Illinois, on or before the 25th day of March, 2008, a default may be entered against you at any time after that date and an Order of Guardianship of a minor be entered against you in accordance with the prayer ol said complaint. Dated: February U, 2008 /s/ Chris Kachiroubas, Clerk of the Eighteenth Cerne & McSwan DuPage Ally No. 26897 Attorney for Petitioner 400 S. Koll St., »A Wheaotn, IL 60)87 630-690-8111 Published in Daily Herold Feb. 23 8. March 1,8, 2008 (4037191 IS WHYlsTr A man wakes up after sleeping under an ADVERTISED blanket, on an ADVERTISED mattress, ond pullsoff ADVERTISED paiamas, baths in an ADVERTISED shower, shaves with an ADVERTISED razor, brushes his teeth with an ADVERTISED toothpaste, washes with ADVERTISED soap, puts on ADVERTISED Clothes, drinks an ADVERTISED cup of coffee, drives to work in an ADVERTISEDcar and then,., refuses to ADVERTISE believing II doesn't pay. Later if business Is poor, he ADVERTISES it for sale. WHY IS IT? f Bid Notices 1 Legal Notice Community Development Block Grant > Children's Home + Aid Society of Illinois Schaumburg Child + Family Center Children's Home + Aid Society of Illinois will receive sealed bids for the construction and expansion of a child care center facility located at 725 East Schoumburg Road "fild documents Including drawings and specifications are on file at Designhaus, Inc., located at 1020 Elk Grove Town Center, Elk Grove Village, II 60007, on March 10, 2008 at )0:30 a.m. The first copy of the bid documents will be provided to bidders at no cost at the Oesignhaus office If bidders require additional copies, they are to contact BHFX , (»«)«•!. iui nr vjww.bhlndustrles.com (click on enter plan room and select this pro ec own cost. • A pre-bld meeting will be a.m. at Our Savior's United 701 East Schaumburg Road i Bids must Include a list o proiect team, current wor bient of Bidder's Quallficat mined by email to Avse Ka IFF, at akalavclogluOi f.org feet at Deslgnhaus Archltec phone calls please. Bids should be presented t North LaSalle, Suite 700, C 2008 by 3:00 p.m. and will p tices ot this time. The succ April 7, 2008. '• The successful bidder will for a satisfactory contract Bond and Labor and Moter (5) calendar days of the av Subcontractors employed IT perform work In the Village i Attention Is called to the reni prevailing wages as s General Wage Decision mu (hat the contractor must en ants for employment are ause of their race, color, re Minority and Women Bus feged to submit bids. Succe couraged to utilize MBE/WE subcontractors for supplies, structlon. ; Children's Home + Aid j right to relect any/or all bid In the bidding. Published In Daily Herald t) and request copies at meir held on March 14, 2008 at 10:30 Methodist Church, located at n Schaumburg, IL. f references, similar proiects, Uoad and a completed State- ons. Questions should be sub- aycioglu, proiect manager at or Mike Hartel, proiect archl- s, ot bidsedhauVarch.com. No o the 1 F F's offices, located at 1 hicago, IL 60602 by March 31, ublicly opened at the IFFs of- essful bid will be awarded on be required to furnish ond pay jond Including a Performance lal Payment Bond within five vard. The Contractor and any ust be licensed and bonded to of Schaumburg. act that not less than the cur- et forth In the latest Federal s be paid on this proiect and >ure that employees and appll- not discriminated against be- llglon, sex or national origin, iness Enterprises are encour- ssful contract bidders ore en- iE and Section 3 businesses as equipment, services, and con- oc ety of Illinois reserves the s and to waive any informality March 8, 10, 2008 (404 1486) N ^Name Changes | Legal Notice IN THECIRCUITCOURT OFTHF NINETEENTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS Case NO. 2008MR 02J1 In the Matter of the Petition of Alexander Brian Kovner For: Change of Name Notice of Publication Public notice is hereby liven that on April 18, 2008, at 9:00 a.m. In Courtroom C- 306, being one of the return days In the Circuit Court of the County of Lake, 1 will present ond ask that my Petition in said Court praying for the change of my name from Alexander Brian Kovner to that of Alexander Brian Gorlin, pursuant to the Statute In such cose made and provided. Dated February 20, 2008 at Waukegan, Illinois, /s/ Sally Coffell Published in Daily Herald Feb. 23 & March 1, 8, 2008 ( 4037053 )N Legal Notice INTHECIRCUITCOURT OF THE NINETEENTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS Cose No. 2008 MR 217 In the Matter of the Petition of Alicia D. McCluskey For: Change of Nome Notice of Publication Public notice is hereby given that on April 7, 2008, at 9:00 a.m. in Courtroom C- 306, being one of the return days in the Circuit Court of Lake County, 1 will present and ask that my Petition n said Court, praying for the change of my name from Alicia D. McCluskey to that of Alicia D. Roth, pursuant to the Statute in such case made and provided. Dated February 19, 2008 at Waukegan, Illinois, /s/ Sally Coffell Clerk of the Circuit Cour Published In Doily Herold Feb. 23 & March t, 8, 2008 <4037218)N Legal Notice UNITEDSTATESOF AMERICA STATE OF ILLINOIS COUNTY OF DUPAGE INTHECIRCUITCOURT OF THE EIGHTEENTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT Case No. 2008 MR 264 jiven that on April 8, 2008 at ?:00 a.m. In Courtroom No. 2005 at DuPage County Judicial Center, 505 North County Farm Road, Wheaton, Illinois, we will have our petition heard in the said Court for the change of our names from: Deborah Ann Carr to that of Deborah Ann Robertson and Jake Austin Carr to that of Jake Austin Robertson pursuant to the statute In such case made and provided. Doted: February 14, 2008 at Wheaton, Illinois /s/ Deborah A. Carr Petitioner Published In Doily Herald Feb. 23, & March 1,8, 2008 (4037189)5 r Mechanics Lien 1 Mechanic's Lien Notice Is hereby given that on March 31, 2008 at 423 Grove, IL 60069 a sole will be held to sell the following article(s) for labor, services, skill or material expended upon or storage furnished for such artlcle(s) a the request of the following designated person(s), unless such article(s) is/are redeemed within thirty (30) days of the publication ot this notice: Julieanne Ludrlcks Sullivan 2006 Nissan Armada VINK 5M1AA08A36N704392 The amount of the lien s $2500.00 as of February 27, 2008. Published In Dally Herald Mar. 1, 8, 15, 2008 (40396541N r Judicial Sales 1 i^ssssssa Judicial Sale IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 18TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT DUPAGE COUNTY - ILLINOIS JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, N.A. Plaintiff, SE'LMA BAILEY; ROBERT BAILEY; VILLAGE OF BENSENVILLE Defendants 07 CH 2276 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that in pursuance of a Judgment heretofore entered by the sold Court In the above entitled cause, John E. Zaruba, Sheriff of DuPage County, Illinois will on Tuesday the 15th day of April 2008, at the hour of 10:00 a.m., at the front door of the DuPage County Sheriff's Office, 501 North County Farm Rood, in the city of Wheaton, Illinois, sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder for cash all and singular, the following described premises and real estate In said Judgment mentioned, situated in the County of Lake and State of Illinois, or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to satisfy said Judgment to wit: . LOT 66 IN BRENTWOOD EAST, BEING A SUBDIVISION IN THE SOUTHEAST . QUARTER OF SECTION 24, TOWNSHIP 40 NORTH, RANGE 11, EAST OF THE . THIRD PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF . RECORDED SEPTEMBER 3, 1968 AS DOCUMENT R68-40170, IN DUPAGE .COUNTY, ILLINOIS. SAID PROPERTY IS COMMONLY KNOWN AS: 617 DIANA COURT BENSENVILLE, IL 60106 PERMANENT TAX NO.: 03-24-404-012 and Is Improved with a single family residence. Property will NOT be open for Inspection, For information contact Kropik, Papuga and Shaw, Attorneys for Plaintiff, 120 South LaSalle Street, Chicago, Illinois 60603. Pursuant to section 15-1507 (c)(7)of the Illinois Code of Procedure, no Information other than the Information contained In this Notice will be provided. Name: Kropik, Papuga & Shaw Attorney for Plaintiff Address: 120 S. LaSalle St Stel327 City : Chicago, IL 60603 Phone: (312) 236-6405 164258 Published in Daily Herald March 1,8, 15, 2008 (4006B3UNS DID YOU KNOW? The world's smartest people read classified advertising. Do you know how we know that to be certain? WE ASKED YOU. To pke a Classified Add! (847) 427-4444, Probate | LEGAL NOTICE UNITEDSTATESOF AMERICA STATE OF ILLINOIS COUNTY OF DUPAGE INTHECIRCUITCOURT OF THE EIGHTEENTH JUDtCIALCIRCUIT Estate of Alice M. Herman case Number 200BP 66 Notice is given of the death of Alice M. Herman whose address was 320 E. Brown St., West Chicago, IL 60185. Letters of Office were ssued on February 25, 2008 to Noelle M. Shallcross, 3S547 Migntn Drive, War- renvllle, IL 60555 as Independent Executor whose attorney is Kenneth S. McLaughlin, Jr., Esp, Kreuzer, Cores & McLaughlin, LLP, 400 South County Farm Road, Suite ?00, Wheaton, IL 60187. Notice Is hereby given to Miriam Rose Collins, Robert Wayne Herman II, Ramona Miriam Fleming, Marlvs Mary Shallcross, Noelle Muire Shallcross, Jevon Alexander Herman, Jada Alexandria Herman, Kaiteigh Madison Jung-Herman; MacKenzie Leigh Jung-Herman, Jessica Roe Fleming, Chad Michael Day, Romaine Murie Zukau- ski, Shaita Marie Shallcross, Julia Vernoe Shallcross, James Robert Shallcross, Nicole L. Shallcross-Pontillo, Kate Rula Mason, Alice Eileen Shallcross, Roland T. Stafford III, Marina R. Anderson. To probate a will and whose name and address is not stated in the petition to admit the will to probate, that an order was entered by the Court on February 19, 2008 admitting the will to probate. Within 42 days after the effective date of the original order of admission, you may file a petition with the Court to require- proof of the will by testimony of the witnesses to the will in open court or other evidence, as provided in section 6-21 of the Probate Act of 1975 {755 ILCS 5/6-21). You will also have the right under section 8-2 of 1he Probole Act ol 1975 (755 ILCS 5/8-1) to contest the validity of the will by fil- ng a petition with the Court within 6 months after the ad- m ssion of the will to pro- Claims against the estate CHRIS KACHIROUBAS, Circuit Court Clerk, 505 N. County Farm Rood, Wheaton, Illinois, or with the representative or both on or before September 1, 2008, any c aim not filed within that period is barred. Copies of a claim filed with the Circuit Court Clerk must be mailed or delivered to the representative and to the attorney. If any, within ten (10) days of- ter It has been filed with the Circuit Clerk. /s/ Chris Kochlroubas, Clerk ot the tignteerilh Judicial Circuit Court Kenneth S. McLaughlin, Jr. DuPage Ally. No.: 25564 Atty. For: Estate 400 S. County Farm Road, Suite 200 Wheaton, IL60187 Published In Doily Herald Mar 1,8,15,2008(4039657)5 P ublic Hearings'! & Notices 1 Legal Notice Election Results Attention oil owners and occupiers of lands lying within the boundaries of the North look County Soil and Water "onservation District. The District Is bound by the Cook County line to the north, west, ond east with the southern boundary of Cermack Ave./22nd St.: Nolice Is hereby given that an election took place the 21st day of February 2008 at 899 Jay Street In Elgin. Robert Murzvn of Elgin was reelected to serve on the North Cook County Soil and Water Conservation District Board of Directors beginning March 1st, 2008. Published In Dally Herald March 8, 2008(4041474)N LEGAL NOTICE Notice Is hereby given: the Wheeling Police Department will be conducting Roadside Safety Checkpoints the night of March 15, 2008. The checkpoints will be run from approximately 9:30 p.m. until approximately 2:30 a.m. In the vicinities of Milwaukee Avenue, Dundee Road and/or Elmhurst Road in Wheeling. Although the primary focus of these checkpoints is enforcement of impaired driv- ng laws, all other violations of the Illinois Motor Vehicle Code will also be enforced. Published In Dally Herald March 8th, 2008(4041551) Notice of Public Hearing The Planning & Zoning Commission of the Village of West Dundee will conduct a public hearing on the petition of the Paul House for a change In zoning from 0 Office to B-3 Business Service District and for a front yard variance for the property legally described as: Lot 1 (except the Easterly 2 feet) in Dundee Highlands Subdivision Unit til, being a Subdivision of part of the North Half of Section 27 Township 42 North, Range 1 East of the Third PrincTpa Meridian, in the Village of West Dundee, Kane County Illinois (commonly known as 511 Eichler Drive, West Dundee) The purpose of this rezon ing request is to allow for a change in the use of the property from office space to Business-Service Distric and to request a variation of Section 10-5D4-B1 Front Yard setback of the West Dundee Municipal Code The front yard variation re quests a reduction of the 30 foot minimum setback to 27'4" along the Rl. 31 prop erty line. The public hearing will be held on Monday, March 24 2008 at 7:30 p.m. at the Wes Dundee Village Hall, 102 S Second Street. All interested persons are encouraged to attend. ROGERS SUSANKE Chairman Planning & Zoning Commission Published In Doily Herald March 8, 2008 (40410481N PUBLIC NOTICE Public notice Is hereby given that on Tuesday, Apri 1, 2008 at 7:30 p.m., In Ihe Council Chambers of the Municipal Building, 3600 Kirchoff Rood, Rolling Meadows, Illinois, the Roll Ing Meadows Plan Commis sion will conduct a Public Hearing on the request by US Cellular, for Amendmen lo the Special Use {wireless (acillly) at the property Identified by the following property Index number(s) : 02-27-408-168-8001 02-27-408-168-8002 Commonly known as: 245$ Plum Grove Road Rollins Meadows Fire House Interested persons are in vited to attend ond will be given an opportunity to be heard. The application for this pro posal is available for review at the offices of the Commu nlty Development Depart ment from 8:00 a.m. to 5:0 p.m. during regularly scheduled workdays. Persons with disabilities re quiring special occommoda lions are encouraged to con tact the Community Development Departmen (847) 5M 4030, gt least 4 hours prior to the hearing to arrange for the accommo dotlon. THOMAS VINCENT CHAIRMAN PLAN COMMISSION Lisa M. Hinman, City Clerk Published In Dally Herald $04PW7)N r Public Hearings^! & Notices, II Public Hearing PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a Public Hearing has been scheduled before the Glendale Heights Zoning Administrator at 6:30 P.M., n Tuesday, March 25, 2008 t the Glendale Heights Civic Center, 300 Civic Cen ;r Plaza, Glendale Heights, linois, to consider the fol- owing variances for JD By- ider Car Dealership to be ocated ot 800 E. North Ave- ue. 1. A variance to Section .12.D.4, b of the Zoning Or- inance as It pertains to maximum size of wall signs o permit the installation of 83 sq. ff. of wall signage nd 2 neon stripes on the ront wall. The Zoning Ordi- once allows a maximum of 74 sq. ft. in area, and 2. A variance to Section .12. D. 6, c of the Zoning Ordinance as it pertains to maximum height of free tending signs to permit the onstruction of a free stond- ng sign with an overall leight of 26.25'. The Zoning Ordinance allows a maximum height of 16'. The application is being made by the owner, Tom Burgstone, 2323 W. Jefferon Street, Jollet, Illinois 60435. Sold property is located on he north side of North Avenue, east of Goodrich Avenue legally described as LOT 40 IN BLOOMINGDALE TOWNSHIP SUPERVISORS ASSESSMENT 'LAT NUMBER 5, BEING 'ART OF SECTIONS 35 AND 36, TOWNSHIP 40 JORTH, RANGE 10 EAST OF THE THIRD PRINCI- >AL MERIDIAN, AC:ORDING TO PLAT HEREOF RECORDED JUNE 11, 1948 AS DOCUMENT HO. 499827, IN DUPAGE COUNTY, ILLINOIS AND CONTAINING 23,738.03 SQUARE FEET riOREOR LESS. STREET ADDRESS: 21 W. 774 NORTH AVENUE, GLENDALE HEIGHTS, IL A copy of the proposed site >lan Is available for review n the Department of Community Development during regular business hours. At the Public Hearing, oil nterested people will be given an opportunity to be Published In Doily Herald March 8, 2008(4041539)5 Public Hearing Steve and Kim Quick, owners of the property at 620 Rl- ord Road, are requesting a public hearing for two variations in accordance with Section 10-10-12 of the Glen itlyn Zoning Code. The owners would like to construct o new one-story addl- lon, a new two-story addi- (on and two second floor additions. The proposed additions consist of an expanded first-ftoor family room and new mud room ind two new second-floor Bedrooms and a new master proposed additions would extend Into the required rear yard setback. The R2 Single Family Residential Zoning District does not per- nit structures to encroach nto the minimum required rear yard setback. The Glen Ellvn Zoning Board of Appeals will conduct a public learing to consider this Variation on Tuesday, March 35, 2008 at 7:30 p.m. 'n the Civic Center, 535 Duone Street, Glen Ellyn, Illinois. Anyone Is welcome to attend. The property owners ore requesting approval of three Variations from the Glen Ellyn Zoning Code as follows: 1. Section 10-4-8(0)2, tool- low the construction of new one- and two-story additions with a proposed rear yard setback of 23 feet In lieu ol the minimum permitted rear yard setback of 40 feet; 2. Section 10-4-KN14, tool- low the construction of a an existing first floor with a of 24.5 feet in lieu of the minimum permitted rear yard stroight-up addition setback of 30 feet; ond 3. Section 10-5-(B)4, to allow the construction of a bay window with a setback of 24.2 feet in lieu of the minimum permitted rear yard setback of 37 feet. The property is zoned R2, Residential District, and is legally described as follows: Lot 11 of H.B. Barnes Subdivision, being a subdivision of Lots Eight ond Eleven In County Clerks Third Assess- meni Division of part of Section 11, Township 39, Range 10 east of the Third Principal Meridian, according to the plat of H.B. Barnes Subdivision recorded July 21, 1927, in Book 17 of Plats or page 100, as Docurnenl 242131, in the Recorder's Office of DuPage County, Illinois. P. I.N.: 05- 11 -408-028 Plans related to the proposed addition are available for public review in the Planning and Development office, Civic Center, 535 Dunois. If you have questions, please contact Joe Kvopil, Official at (630) 469-5000, ext. 5371. For individuals with disabilities who have questions regarding the accessibility of the meeting or facilities, contact Dan Sullivan, ADA Coordinator, a (630) 469-5000, ext. 5208. Published in Dally Herald March 8, 2008 (4041499JN Public Hearing The Village of Lombart Plan Commission hereby provides notice that a public hearing will be conducted to consider the following petition: SPA 08-04ph: 111 S. Park Avenue (Elmnurst Memorial Healthcare/Lombard Bible Church Planned Development): The petitioner, Lombard Bible Church, requests Site Plan Approve with a deviation from Section 153.219 (A) of Ihe Lombard Sign Ordinance to increase the permitted sign area for an institutional wal sign from 32 square feet tr. 78.5 square feet, located within the B5 Central Business District. The petition Is referred to as SPA 08-04ph. The property is located at 111 S. Park Avenue, Lombard, Illinois and Is legally described as follows: LOT 1 OF LOMBARD BIBLE CHURCH CONSOLIDATION PLAT, BEING A RESUBDIVISION OF PART OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 7 TOWNSHIP 39 NORTH RANGE 11 EAST OF THE THIRD PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN ACCORD ING TO THE PLAT THEREOF RECORDED MAY 6, 1983 AS DOCU MENT NUMBER R83-26493 IN DU PAGE COUNTY, IL LINOIS. The public hearing to con slder this petition is sched uled for: Date: Monday, March 24, 2008 Time: 7: 30 P.M. Location: Lombard Village Hall 255 E. Wilson Avenue Lombard, IL 60148 For more Information please visit or call the: Department of Community Development 255 East Wilson Avenue Lombard, Illinois 60148 630 620 5749 (TDD No. 6306205812) All persons desiring to com ment on the proposed re quest will be given an oppor tunlty to do so at the public hearing. Written statement are encouraged and will be distributed to the Plan Com mission and the petitioner i received at the Village Hall 255 East Wilson Avenue Lombard, IL, qn or before March 17, 2008. The PUbll hearing Is scheduled to be televised live via Cabl Channel 6. Interested par ties are also encouraged t attend the public hearing, /s/ Donald Ryan, Chairperson Plan Commission CaseNo. SPAQ8-04ph Parcel Numbers: 06-07-213-013 Published In Dally Herald March 8, 2008 (4041497)5 -rfirnrwTrTffTffv : ^wnfwpmffwv ruuiiu neaiiiiyd « & Notices 1 Public Notice i Public notice is hereby jlven that on Tuesday, April , 2008 at 7:30 p.m., in the Council Chambers of the Municipal Building, 3600 Kirchfjff Rood, Rolling Weadows, Illinois, the Roll- ng Meadows Plan Commis- ion will conduct a Public Hearing on the request hy horewood Bible Church for Amendment to Special Use Christian Preschool) at the iroperty identified by the allowing property index umber(s): 02-23-400-013 02-23-400-026 .ommonly known as: 1900 Hicks Rood nterested persons are in- Ited to attend and will be ven an opportunity to be eard. The application for this proposal is available for re- ew at the offices of the lommunity Development )epartment from 8:00 a.m. o 5:00 p.m. during regu- or y scheduled workdays. Persons with disabilities equ ring special occommo- otions ore encouraged to ontact the Community De- elopment Deportment 847) 506 6030, ot least 48 ours prior to the hearing to arrange tor the accommodation. THOMAS VINCENT CHAIRMAN PLAN COMMISSION ATTEST: .isa M. Hinman City Clerk Published in Dally Herald March 8, 2008 (4036732) N PUBLIC NOTICE Public notice is hereby 9 ven that an Wednesday, April 2, 2008 ot 7:30 p.m., in le City Council chambers ol the Municipal Building, 600 Kirchoff Rood, Rolling Meadows, Illinois, the Roll- ng Meadows Zoning Board of Appeals will conduct a Public Hearing (08-ZBA-2) on the request by Boutsn- ma a B, Vilaysane for op- peo of Section 1U-1M te) sunroom in required side 'ard at the property iden- ified by the following property Identification number(s): 08-06-200-009-0000 Commonly known as: 3605 Central Road Any interested persons are nvited to attend ond will be liven an opportunity to be leard. The application for this proposal is available for review at the offices of the Community Development Department from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. during regularly scheduled workdays. Persons with disabilities requiring special accommodo- ons are encouraged to con- act the Community Development Department, !847) 506 6030, ot least 48 hours prior to the hearing to arrange for the accommo- Kenneth Jensscn Zoning Board of Appeals ATTEST: L sa fV\. Hinman Chairman City Clerk Published in Doily Herald March 8, 2008 (4041010) NEED A CROWD At your crjft fair? I'Uc runt j,l in tl'c l>Air.YH!:KAI.n r ruuiti; ncdiniys n & Notices H Public Notice The Villoge of West Dundee Planning ond Zoning Com- ; mission wilt hold a public hearing in consideration of the following petitions: Application filed bv John Cotalano for o front yard setback variation for prop- \ erty legally described as follows: LOT 18 IN BLOCK 1 OF FAIRVIEW ADDITION TO 1 DUNDEE, IN THE VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE, i KANE COUNTY, ILLINOIS (property commonly known as 411 S. 2nd Street, West Dundee). j The applicant is request- i ing a variation of Chapter 10 j of the West Dundee Municipal Code Section 10-4F-2B1a | Front Yards, pursuant to j Section 12-5 F, for the purpose of constructing a covered porch along the front of the house. The existing house is set back 19'8" from the front property line and is considered a lawful nonconforming building line. The property owner wishes to add a covered front porch with a depth of 6'10" along the front of the house, thus reducing the front setback to 12'10". A variation is needed to allow for the introduction of the covered porch in the required front yard. The West Dundee Planning and Zoning Commission wilt hold o public hearing on Monday, March 24, 2008 at 7:30 pm, ot Village Hall, 102 South 2nd Street, West Dundee. All interested parties are welcome to attend. Submitted bv Rogers Susanke Chairman, West Dundee Planning and Zoning Commission Published in Daily Herald March 8, 200B( 4041 477 )N Have we got a job tor YOU! ...hill y,,llwonUcio.-.iiivl lung '' "ilbi'r iIai"ljV>?fit.i «« lion- i'l't"' UAIIVHI'.RALIl I : V! KYDAY! 1 o pl.ur .1 t.i\l-.ictmg DRIVE USED CAR BUYERS TO YOUR DOOR willuBwp CbsiiM. \uii.\J! CLUTTER Gbl 1 INlj OUT OF CONTROL? Keep what you love ami make the rcsc history with a Bi'ep Action ClasihVd Ad! Cill 8'l7-i: 7 -l4-M in |il.KC your jil loiljy! NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PALATINE TOWNSHIP ROAD DISTRICT Notice is hereby given that a Tentative Budget and Appropriation Ordinance tor the Palat ne Township Road District, Cook County, Illinois, lor the fiscal year beginning April 1. 2008 and ending March 31 . 2009. will be on file and conveniently available tor public inspection at 721 South Quentin Road and 530 North Smith Street. Palatine, Illinois, from and after 9:00 AM, Thursday February 28th. 2008. Notice is further given that a public hearing on said Tentative Budget and Appropriation Ordinance will be at 7:15 PM, on Monday, April 28th. 2008, at the Palatine Township Center. 721 South Quentin Road, Palatine, Illinois, and that the final action on this ordinance will be taken at the public healing. Tne following is a summary of the Tentative Budget and Appropriations Ordinance as approved at a regular meeting of the Pala ine Township Board of Trustees held on February 25th, 2008. 2008-2009 Budgeted ADMINISTRATION PERSONNEL Salaries 78500 Health Insurance 17500 Unemployment Insurance 100 Social Security Contribution 4100 Medicare Contribution 1000 Retirement Contribution 7080 108280 108280 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES Accounting Service 6000 Legal Service 17000 Telephone/ Communications 11000 Printing 6000 Travel/ Hospitality 3000 Training 2700 General Insurance 49000 Dues and Subscriptions 1QOO COMMODITIES Office Supplies Operating Supplies Postage/ Newsletter Misc. Expense CAPITAL OUTLAY Equipment (10k-new phor Software/ hardware Office Remodeling Acquisition ol Real Estate TOTAL ADMINISTRATE MAINTENANCE 2500 2000 2000 2QOQ 8500 8500 esperJD) 12900 1200 4000 5QQQ 23100 23100 N: 238080 238060 PERSONNEL Salaries 405000 Overtime 68000 Health Insurance 46000 Unemployment Insurance 400 Workmans Compensation Insurance 40500 Social Security Contribution 25000 Medicare Contribution 6200 Retirement Contribution §Q2QQ 641100 641100 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES Maintenance Service-Buil Maintenance Service-Equ Maintenance Service-Roa Maintenance Drainage Maintenance Servlce-Brid Engineering Service Utilities Rentals Intergovernmental Agreen (Senior Trans.} Contract Work Street Signs and Lights Right of Way Mamlerianc pOT testing service COMMODITIES Operating Supplies Automotive Fuel and Oil Small Tools Materials Bulk Road Salt In House Engineering CAPITAL OUTLAY Building Vehicle Equipment OTHER EXPENDITURES Contingencies Emergency Roadway Rep TOTAL MAINTENANCE TOTAL EXPENDITURES APPROPRIATIONS: Palatine Township does not d color, natural origin, sex, reli£ In the admission or access to services or activities. /s/ Kevin O'Connell /6 Clerk H /s/ Linda Fleming D Supervisor Published in the Daily Her ding 20000 pment 35000 d 25000 50000 ge 10000 40000 12000 10000 lents 235000 350000 7000 50000 1500 845500 845500 Iding 6000 14000 36000 2500 25000 145000 228500 228500 10000 125000 15000 150000 150000 70000 air 2S3QQ 95000 95000 1960100 1960100 / 2198180 scriniinate on the basis of race, ion, age or handicapped status or employment in, its programs, / John D. Powers ghway Commissioner ated: March 8, 2008 lid March 8. 2008 (404 1347)N ^Public Hearings^ & Notices 1 NOTICE OF PUB FC otice is hereby given that a T 'alatine. in the County of Cook ending February 28. 2009 will be Ouentin Road. Palatine. Illinois. otice is Further given hereby Ordinance will be held al 7:15 S. Ouentin Road, Palatine. Illmt by the Board of Town Trustees in April. 2008. ie following is a summary of If at a Regular Meeting of the Pala !. BU.LDJNQS.4 GROUNDS Alarm Garbage Grounds Maintenance Janitorial Supplies Maintenance of Equip Buldings & Permanen Subtotal Buildings & Grounds PAYROLL EXPENSE Janitorial Salaries Employers Share Hea Employers Share Life Employers Stiare FIC Employers Share Mec Emloyers Stiare IMRF Workers Compensate Subtotal Maintenance Payroll OTAL • Buildings & Grounds ADMINISTRATION PAYROLL. EXPENSES • B£ Administrative Salarie Temporary Personnel Supervisor Township Clerk Assessor Collector Highway Commission Trustees Board Meetings ^Public Hearings^T Public Hearings^ 1 & Notices U & Notices | LIC HEARING ON TENTATIVE BUDGET )R PALATINE TOWNSHIP 2008-2009 'rilative Budaet and Appropriation Ordinance for the Township o! State of Illinois, for the fiscal year beginning March 1. 2008 and on file and conveniently available to public inspection at 72 1 South after 9:00 A.M., Friday. February 29. 2008. hat a Public Hearing on said Tentative Budget and Appropriation jm.. Monday. April 28. 2008. in Ihe Palatine Township Center, 721 is. and that final action on this Tentative Ordinance will be taken 5t the Meeting to be held following the Public Hearing on 28!ti day e Tentative Town Budget and Appropriation Ordinance as approved tine Township Board of Trustees field on February 25. 2008. ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES TOW-NFJJNP i 58,500 00 $3,000.00 56.000.00 59.000 00 53.000.00 ment S500.00 Improvements $11000.05 41,000,00 S - MAINTENANCE 565,000.00 th Insurance 59,000.00 Insurance 5150.00 \ 54,100.00 icare $1.000.00 57.100.00 n $2,400,00 Expense 88,750.00 129,750.00 ARDJAPMIN.ISIBA1ION s 250.000.00 1,000.00 26.000.00 21,000.00 23.000.00 100.00 er 12,250.00 20,000.00 1,500.00 ™ fin Subtotal Payroll Expenses • Administration 355,350.00 Road District Treasurer 1,000.00 Enforcement Officer 100.00 Committees 1,500.00 Employers Share FICA 22,500.00 Employers Share Medicare 5,300.00 Emloyers Share IMRF 40.000.00 Employers Share Health Insurance 60.000.00 Employers Shaie Life Insurance 1 .500.00 Unemployment Compensation 100.00 Workers Compensation LfiQOJB Subtotal Payroll Expenses • Administration 133,000.00 TOTAL - Payroll Expenses - Administration 488,350.00 3. ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSE Office Equipment Maintenance 4,000.00 Property Casualty Insurance 34,500.00 Telephone & Communications 5,000.00 Utilities 24,000.00 Travel Expense 1,500.00 Printing 3.000.00 Community Events 3.000.00 Employeeflwsp. Official Bonding 100.00 Supervisor Bonds 100.00 Training 1,000.00 Dues & Subscriptions 6,500.00 Employee Recognition 500.00 Volunteer Recognition 3,000.00 Postage & Delivery 3,000.00 Office Supplies 8,000.00 Miscellaneous Expense 6,000.00 . Plan Commission 100.00 Land Purchase 100.00 Equipment Purchases 38.000.00 Collectors Expense 100.00 TOTAL - Administrative Expenses 146,500.00 4. CONTRACTUAL Legal Fees Audit 18,000.00 5,500.00 Daycare Services 12,500.00 Professional Services 16.000,00 TOTAL - Contractual 64,000.00 5. TOWN FUND -SOCIAL SERVICE_AGENC_Y TOTAL - Social Service Agency 575,000.00 2008-09 TENTATIVE BUDGET ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES 6. TOWN FUND -ASSESSOR'S OFFICE TOTAL - Assessor's Office 11 6,000.00 7. TOWN FUND • CEMETERY Grounds Up-keep 30.000.00 Burial 2,000.00 Survey 100.00 Improvements 4,500.00 Miscellaneous 100.00 Memorial Day 500.00 TOTAL - Cemetery 37,200.00 8. TOWN FUND • HEALTH SAFETY & COMMUNICATIONS Website Services 11,000.00 Township Literacy Program 100.00 Communications 45,000.00 TOTAL • Health Safety & Communications 63,100.00 9. TOWN FUND - PROGRAM SERVICES Employment Services 1 5,000.00 Employment Job Far 7,000.00 TOTAL - Program Services 22,000.00 10. TOWN FUND - OUENTIN ROAD FACILITIES Alarm 500.00 Grounds Maintenance 500.00 Building Maintenance 5,000.00 Perm. Building Improvements 1 1 ,000.00 Utilities 26.000.0.0 TOTAL - Quentin Road Facilities 45,000.00 11. TOWN FUND • TRANSPORTATION TOTAL - Transportation 347,150.00 1S, PROVISIONS FOR CONTINGENCIES 40,000.00 TOTAL EXPENDITURES/APPROPRIATIONS JLOJAfiSLSQ 2008-09 TENTATIVE BUDGET ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES 1, GENERAL ASSISTANCE. ADMINISTRATION Equipment Maintenance 2,500.00 Telephone/Commun cations 1,500.00 Travel Expenses 800.00 Prinling 700.00 Training 1,000.00 Postage & Delivery 900.00 Office Supplies 1,500.00 Legal 1,500.00 Miscellaneous Expenses 400.00 Equipment Purchase ' 2,000.00 Hearings Officer 100.00 TOTAL • Administration 1 2,900.00 2. GENERAL ASSISTANCE - PAYROLL EXPENSE TOTAL • Payroll Expense 236,600.00 3. HOME RELIEF STRAIGHT EMERGENCY Medical Care Telephone Utilities Rental Travel Expenses Food Personal Essentials Transient Burial Expenses Health Insurance SUB-TOTAL (Home Relief] TOTAL -HOME RELIEF 4. INSTITUTIONAL CABE County Hospital Private Hospital Convalescent Home Ambulance Service TOTAL • Institutional Care 5. PROVISIONS FOR CONT TOTAL OF ESTIMATED EXP Palatine Township does not c age or handicapped status in or activities. /s/ Kevin Q'Cpnnell Town Clerk Publishe 18,000.00 500.00 2,000.00 0.00 7,000.00 20,000.00 28,000.00 30,000.00 8,000.00 0.00 20,000.00 0.00 6,000.00 0.00 1,000.00 0.00 500.00 0.00 4.500.00 0.00 95,000.00 50,500.00 145,500.00 100.00 5,000.00 s 100.00 100.00 5,300.00 5,300.00 NGENCIES 14,QQO.OO ENDITURES 414.300,00 iscriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex. religion, the admission or access to, or employment in, its programs, services /s/ Linda Fleming Supervisor, Board ol Trustees x) in the Daily Herald March 8, 2008 (40413B7)N i '

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