The Elmhurst City Council unanimously decided not to create a new special service area (SSA) for residents living in the central business district.
With Mayor Steve Morley absent and Alderman mark Mulliner serving as mayor pro tem during the July 5 meeting, the council voted 13-0 to approve a recommendation from the Finance, Council Affairs and Administrative Services Committee not to create a residential SSA in downtown Elmhurst. Alderman Noel Talluto was also absent.
“At the end of the day… the committee fully agreed that establishment of a new SSA at this time… definitely was not in the plans,” Finance, Council Affairs and Administrative Services Committee Chairman Kevin York said.
Read more about the vote at My Suburban Life.