Elmwood beach future requires control, residents say
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Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 16 Aug 2012, p. 5


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Kathy Routliffe
Curtis Lehmkuhl
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Residents attended an Aug. 7 village Municipal Services Committee meeting described by trustee Cameron Krueger as an effort by the Village Board to gather ideas about the public right-of-way at the Elmwood Ave. beachfront. Some residents said Wilmette should keep the right of way open to the public while others said strict controls were needed to protect neighboring land-owner's rights. Comments by Susan Noyes and Dennis Chookaszian, whose homes abut the sides of the right-of-way. Photograph of beachgoers walking along the path to the lakefront at Elmwood and Michigan. Related story on p.10.
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Full article available at Wilmette Public Library.
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16 Aug 2012
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.0828253373413 Longitude: -87.6934429891968
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Elmwood beach future requires control, residents say


Residents attended an Aug. 7 village Municipal Services Committee meeting described by trustee Cameron Krueger as an effort by the Village Board to gather ideas about the public right-of-way at the Elmwood Ave. beachfront. Some residents said Wilmette should keep the right of way open to the public while others said strict controls were needed to protect neighboring land-owner's rights. Comments by Susan Noyes and Dennis Chookaszian, whose homes abut the sides of the right-of-way. Photograph of beachgoers walking along the path to the lakefront at Elmwood and Michigan. Related story on p.10.