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A rendering shows a proposed two-story, 18-unit supportive housing development at 120-122 E. Boeger Drive for people with disabilities.
Arlington Heights approves new plans for apartments for disabled residents
A supportive housing development for people with disabilities planned for Arlington Heights' north side will now include one-bedroom apartments, officials said.
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Kim Bless, CEO and president of the Elgin Area Convention and Visitors Bureau, makes $127,000 per year plus a vehicle stipend. The city, as a condition of its fiscal contribution, is considering setting a limit on the bureau’s salaries.
Elgin wants to cap tourism bureau salaries
Olu Ijose
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The latest plans for a 5-story, 80-unit apartment building on Sigwalt Street between Highland and Chestnut avenues were rejected by the Arlington Heights village board Monday night.
Downtown Arlington Heights apartment project rejected again
Bryan J. Watkins
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