National Register move raises concerns
Publication:
Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 29 May 2008, p. 5, 16


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Ken Goze
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Newspaper
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Articles
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A plan to nominate the entire village of Kenilworth to the National Register of Historic Places generated controversy this week. Sears School District 38 said it would not go along with the application and some residents continued to press for a referendum. Comments by Sears School Board President Jeffrey Treiber and Village manager Bradly Burke. Trustees Jackie Bossu, Thomas Terrill, Christy Laier and James Hughes voted in favor of sending the application to state historic preservation officials June 10, the first step in applying to the National Register. Trustee Barbara Dold voted against the measure to give residents time to voice their opinions. Comments by Kelly Kobor, organizer of a petition drive, residents Nefrette Halim and Joseph Seminetta

Date of Publication:
29 May 2008
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Kenilworth (Ill.)
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Wilmette.News.295206
Language of Item:
English
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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National Register move raises concerns