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  1. 02-25-19 Prospect Heights City Council Meeting

  2. This webpage contains short video clips of the key items from this meeting. Instead of having to watch the video of the entire meeting, you are able to watch just the portion of the meeting that is of interest to you! Simply scan down the page, read the agenda item description and click on the video to watch it. To stop the video, just click on it again. Once you start the video you will be able to use the controls at the bottom to start, stop, fast forward, rewind, switch to full screen and change your volume as well.


  1. Arlington Countryside Flood Control Project    (1 hour)
    Arlington Countryside Flood Control Project report by Jodi McCarthy of Gewault Hamiltion Engineering.


  1. Airport Report     (29 minutes)
    Chicago Executive Airport Report Presented by Director Jim Kiefer


  1. Alderman Resignation     (2 minutes)
    Resignation by First Ward Alderman Lora Messer.


  1. Public Works Report     (2 minutes)
    Public Works report by Public Works Supervisor Mark Roscoe.


  1. Building Report     (2 minutes)
    Building update by Director Dan Peterson.


  1. Sixth Alderman Concerns     (2 minutes)
    Alderman Larry Rosenthal raises concerns about a recent Daily Herald article where the city clerk referred to herself as the sixth alderman.


  1. Special Use Permit for Recently Sold City Property     (2 minutes)
    Discussion and vote to approve a special permit to Conor Commercial Real Estate to build a warehouse on the recently sold city owned property on Piper Lane.


  1. Truck Parking Lot     (14 minutes)
    Special Use Permit for a private truck parking lot on Palatine Road to Stery Trucking.


  1. Airport Runway Expansion     (18 minutes)
    Public comments from several area residents in opposition to a proposed runway expansion at Chicago Executive Airport.


  1. Full Length Meeting Video    (2 hours 28 minutes in length)
    For those of you with more time on their hands, here is the entire video of this meeting! This video has built in controls that allow you to easily move around within it as well as providing for full screen viewing if desired.


  1. Read Full Meeting Agenda     HyperLink