Wednesday, September 26, 2012
LITH Board OK's Plans For Commercial Project Restart
"It's a great location and very accessible to the community," said John Curtis who hopes to buy the property from the bank to which it fell when the retail developer went belly up five years ago.
In other action, the Board voted to throw in the towel on an incentive plan to increase hangar rentals at Lake in the Hills airport. After six months, the plan only brought in two extra tenants so Public Works Director Fred Mullard asked to start renting out hangar space for people who need to store non-aeronautical equipment like RV's, boats, cars, whatever. That made sense to trustees so they sent it along for final approval Thursday.
In the pic: An artist's conception of new medical offices proposed for LITH's Algonquin Plaza commercial development at Algonquin and Crystal Lake Roads.