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Arlington Heights to consider liquor licenses, park renovations

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  • Arlington Heights village trustees are expected to approve an Arlington Heights Park District proposal tonight that calls for a $6 million renovation nearly doubling the size of the community recreation facility at Camelot Park.

       Arlington Heights village trustees are expected to approve an Arlington Heights Park District proposal tonight that calls for a $6 million renovation nearly doubling the size of the community recreation facility at Camelot Park.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

 
 

The Arlington Heights village board will reappoint more than 25 members of village commissions during its meeting Monday night as well as consider giving two new liquor licenses and approve plans for upcoming park district renovations at Camelot Park.

The village board meets at 8 p.m. in the board room at Village Hall, 33 S. Arlington Heights Road on Monday. The committee of the whole will meet before the main meeting at 7:15 p.m.

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Members of the plan, fire & police, electrical, design, senior citizens, youth, citizens with disabilities, special events and arts commissions will be reappointed to their posts during the meeting.

Megs Liquor, 1041 S. Arlington Heights Road, and JD's Q and Brew Restaurant, 286 W. Rand Road, will both appear before the board with applications for liquor licenses. Megs is seeking Class B and Class T licenses, allowing for the retail sale of liquor as well as in-store liquor tastings. JD's is applying for a Class E license, which allows the sale of wine and beer for consumption in the restaurant.

The board will also consider proposed renovations at Camelot Park. The project, a $6 million renovation that will nearly double the size of the community recreation facility, is expected to start next month, according to Arlington Heights Park District officials.

Resident and Citizens with Disabilities Commission member Seth Goldberg will address the board to discuss the annual Chicago Wheelchair Bulls fundraiser, which will take place Oct. 5.

The agenda can be found online at http://www.vah.com/government/boardagendas_minutes_videos/default.aspx.

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