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GEL NEWS: Ex-Glen Ellyn fire official imprisoned for $262,000 theft

David Garmoe's 26-year career in the fire service ended with handcuffs Friday as the onetime lieutenant was sentenced to five years in prison for embezzling $262,000 from the Glen Ellyn Volunteer Fire Company.

Garmoe, 56, pleaded guilty to a felony theft charge stemming from his tenure as the department's treasurer. DuPage County prosecutors said he took the money over a seven-year period and... Read more -

GEL SURPRISE: Glen Ellyn Jazz Fest Canceled

JAZZ FEST GLEN ELLYN PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED

Press Release from the McAninch Arts Center:
For the past five years, a partnership including The McAninch Arts Center, WDCB Public Radio, White Space Design and The Glen Ellyn Chamber of Commerce has come together to present a day of great Chicago jazz, fine food and local brews in downtown Glen Ellyn.

GEL SHARE: Stacy's Corners drawing interest from developers

More than a dozen developers have expressed interest in purchasing a property located at the Stacy's Corners intersection at the northern entryway to Glen Ellyn, officials say. Village staff have been careful to make sure prospective developers take into account the area's historic character and adjacent single family homes in the proposals they submit for the site at 825 N. Main St. Read More

Whelan unseats Formento in DuPage Forest Dist. 4

Tim Whelan of Wheaton has unseated longtime DuPage County Forest Preserve Commissioner Mike Formento of Glen Ellyn in their race for the Republican nomination in District 4. With all 134 precincts reporting, Whelan received roughly 54 percent of the vote, while Formento garnered about 46 percent.Read More

Glen Ellyn commuters could be impacted by the U.S. House Ways and Means Committee decision to cut $450 million a year for CTA, Metra and Pace capital improvement projects.

According to Crain's Chicago Business, Chicago-area mass-transit leaders are screaming at the top of their lungs about a bill awaiting a vote in the U.S. House that they say could cost the Chicago Transit Authority, Metra and Pace as much as $450 million a year in capital funds.

GEL NEWS: After 11 meetings, Glen Ellyn OKs Memorial Field lights

After 11 Glen Ellyn plan commission hearings and two village board meetings, village trustees unanimously gave approval Monday to a controversial proposal to install lights at a Glenbard West High School practice field. "I think that character and reputation will be shown off even more by adding this particular new phase to Glenbard West and the community," Trustee Phil Hartweg said. Read more.

GEL HOT NEWS: COD trustees vote to cut ties to Glen Ellyn

For 39 years, the College of DuPage has been a part of the village of Glen Ellyn. But on Wednesday, COD's board of trustees formally endorsed a resolution seeking to disconnect the 273-acre campus from the municipality. "In our mind we have a marriage that is broken," said President Robert Breuder. Read more.

GEL SHARE: COD board to vote on deannexation from Glen Ellyn

College of DuPage officials have called a special meeting of the board of trustees for Wednesday night to formally consider disconnecting the college's 273-acre campus from Glen Ellyn. The meeting comes just hours before a village-imposed deadline of Dec. 1 goes into effect in which village officials have said they would begin to strictly enforce local ordinances and codes at COD. Read more

GEL SHARE: District 87 makes concessions on Memorial Field lights

In response to community concerns, Glenbard High School District 87 officials say they're making concessions as part of their plan to install lights at Memorial Field in Glen Ellyn. But opponents of the plan, which calls for installation of four 70-foot and two 60-foot light poles at the Glenbard West practice field, aren't entirely happy with the surprise.

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GEL SHARE: Glen Ellyn officials deliver strong message to COD

The village of Glen Ellyn and the College of DuPage have irreconcilable differences and it looks like the divorce is going to be anything but amicable.Representatives of the Glen Ellyn Village Board showed up at the COD Board meeting Wednesday night to deliver an ultimatum and a deadline: either begin to comply with the village’s construction codes and ordinances by Dec. 1 or face the prospect ...

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