Lakefront tops 2012 stories
Publication:
Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 27 Dec 2012, p. 18, 19


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Creators:
Curtis Lehmkuhl, Photographer
Kathy Routliffe
, Author
Media Type:
Newspaper
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Photographs
Articles
Description:
Review of major news stories for the past year. Subheadings include: Village converts Elmwood Beach to nature preserve; District ponders trio of future for Gilson, Langdon parks; District ditches fence, hikes security; Wilmette Harbor management up for bid, debate; Hotel proposal leads to fight, lawsuit. Photograph Mike Boyer and Patrick Duffy, two residents leading the effort to keep open a small piece of land that fronts the lake, formerly named Elmwood Beach. Architects rendition of a proposed Residence Inn by Marriott at 3201 Old Glenview Road.
Date of Publication:
27 Dec 2012
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Corporate Name(s):
Wilmette Park District ; Gillson Park
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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Lakefront tops 2012 stories


Review of major news stories for the past year. Subheadings include: Village converts Elmwood Beach to nature preserve; District ponders trio of future for Gilson, Langdon parks; District ditches fence, hikes security; Wilmette Harbor management up for bid, debate; Hotel proposal leads to fight, lawsuit. Photograph Mike Boyer and Patrick Duffy, two residents leading the effort to keep open a small piece of land that fronts the lake, formerly named Elmwood Beach. Architects rendition of a proposed Residence Inn by Marriott at 3201 Old Glenview Road.