Orland Park trustees discussed raising rates by about $64 a year for average water use to account for increases handed down from Chicago and Oak Lawn. Read our live blog transcript from Monday night's meeting.
Oak Lawn Water
Tuesday, January 8, 2013
Tuesday, October 4, 2011
A recap of the village's committee and board of trustees meeting on Monday, Oct. 3.
For about $270,000, village trustees will consider later this month whether to hire U.S. Equities as an additional supervisor on the upcoming Ninety 7 Fifty site. U.S. Equities, acting as the owner’s agent—in this case Orland Park and Fifth Third Bank—would be responsible for overseeing preconstruction, construction and close-out management services. To give the lenders an additional level of control over the project, the duties of U.S. Equities would include design review, construction bid document review, project budget tracking, change order reviews, schedule monitoring and more, according to a village statement. This ensures that the developer “can’t draw from that escrow fund until our owner’s agent signs off," Village Manager Paul …