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Bartlett to study downtown revelopment proposalUpdated Apr 16, 2014 5:34 AM Bartlett plans to hire a consultant to study whether the village can establish another tax increment financing district downtown. The last TIF district raised $20 million over more than two decades towards improvements to the downtown, but officials say...
Developer withdraws plan to buy Batavia building Updated Apr 16, 2014 5:32 AM
A proposal to take the Thomle Building off the City of Batavia's hands has fallen through. The would-be owners wanted to combine the riverside building with the one next door, but couldn't reach an agreement with the owner of that building, according to...
Bloomingdale gun range plan rejected by panel Updated Apr 16, 2014 5:27 AM
A controversial plan to bring a shooting sports facility to Bloomingdale has suffered a setback. The village's plan commission voted 5-1 to recommend denial of the request by Julian Perez to convert a vacant building at 7 N. Circle Ave. into a facility...
Quinn tour highlights questions of taxes Updated Apr 14, 2014 8:03 PM
Gov. Pat Quinn’s tour of the state to push his program aimed at helping first-time homebuyers quickly turned political Monday as both he and his Republican gubernatorial opponent wasted no time highlighting likely recurring themes in the 2014...
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full story »Carpeting advances with textures, patternsCustomers shopping for carpeting are more often selecting "cut and loop" textured wall-to-wall carpets, which have a slight pattern, said Michael Kautz Sr., owner of Michael Kautz Carpets and Designs of Mount Prospect.
full story »Longer stays require home renovationsHomeowners all around the Chicago area have spent the winter cooped up inside their homes, staring at the little imperfections that bother them, and now that the snow has melted, they are anxious to get started on improvement projects. Each spring the phone at Regency Home Remodeling in Chicago starts to ring off the hook.
full story »How to finance home constructionIf building a custom home or making an addition to your existing home is in your future, spend time on due diligence. Checking out your builder’s suppliers and know as exactly as possible what amenities you want to include before you take out a construction loan, advises John Callahan, senior vice president of Cornerstone National Bank and Trust in Palatine.