"If you (the village) buy that, you're more naive than I thought you were," said one resident Annexation would have provided the archdiocese and the Pedersons' E-l zoning, which allows one residential unit per acre. By current law, annexation must be made as the most restrictive residential zone, which is E-l, or one residential unit per acre.
Many neighboring landowners have five acres or more and explained that they enjoyed their rural lifestyle. village has a comprehensive plan in place that has not been updated since 1991. E-l zoning could potential- ly cause more dense growth In the area— something which Lake County Board member Judy Martini strongly opposes.
Many residents expressed surprise at the large turnout "I love this neighborhood," said Debbie Prather.
"Everyone's very involved and comes together." : The tree is located between two empty lots on Ridgewood St that are for sale by KLM builders.
Attorney Mike Ganter was repre- senting the Chicago Archdiocese and the Pedersons.
"We have no intention whatso- ever to develop these properties," said Ganter.
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The property, commonly known as Timberlake Park, is west of Rte. Many feared potential develop- ment of the site at a large density, which is currently zoned E-l. "This property can't be devel- oped at these densities," said Al Westerman, Lake County Board District 7 Representative, Mayor Marilyn Shineflug tried to answer some residents' concerns. The artist's program was sponsored by the Sequoit Pride parents' organization.— Photo by Sandy Bressner ■ Scouts to build picnic tables Funds raised to benefit troop 188 By TIM FROEHUG Staff Reporter The Boy Scouts of America Troop 188willbeconstructingpicnic tables to raise money for its organi- zation on Jv'ay 6, According*? Call or stop by First National Bank-Employee Owned today for more information on how you can set up your direct deposit account today.
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While questioning the suspects, both made statements regarding the March 17 burglaries of Rosati's pizze- ria and the Game Escape store locat- ed at 616 N. Mehaffey, 18, of 992 Victoria St., Antioch and Joseph Engmark, 20, of 316 Sterbenz Ave.
in Antioch both stated that they drove to Rosati's and parked in front of the store.