Council of the Village of Glendale
Proposed policy for the naming of public properties in the Village of Glendale
Draft policy language as reviewed and amended by the Laws & Claims Committee, introduced to Council June 6, 2022 per Resolution 2022-17.
Proposed amendments to the Village of Glendale Zoning Code, pertaining to signage
GPHPC Resolution 2021-002, A “Resolution of Recommendation” Reflecting the Recommendation of the Glendale Planning & Historic Preservation Commission to the Council of the Village of Glendale, Recommending Approval of Amendments to Sign Regulations in the Zoning Code of Glendale, including proposed amendments.
Resolution 2022-04 and draft language.
About the Council of the Village of GlendaleThe Village of Glendale operates as a statutory form of government with a "strong" Mayor and a Council consisting of 6 Councilmembers elected at-large, a Clerk, Treasurer, and Solicitor. In Council meetings, projects, priorities, budgets and laws are reviewed and legislated upon.
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|Name||Title||Committee Chair||Term Expires|
|Mike Besl||Vice Mayor||Finance, Streetsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Marilyn Duke||Councilmember||Laws & Claimsemail@example.com|
|Amy Baldridge||Councilmember||Recreation & Playgroundsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Will Kreidler||Councilmember||Public Buildings, Policeemail@example.com|