Wednesday, November 21, 2012
The board approved multiple business-related items on Monday, before addressing other topics of interest in the community.
The Frankfort Village Board of Trustees approved multiple items concerning local businesses at the Nov. 19 board meeting. A downtown retail grant was approved by the board to award $10,000 to local restaurant Smokey Barque. The grant funds will partially cover the cost of replacing the restaurant’s heating and air-conditioning system. The board also approved a special use ordinance for Frankfort Martial Arts and Family Fitness. The ordinance designates 752 Center Rd., the fitness center’s proposed location, as an indoor recreation space. Frankfort resident Jillian Turner will operate the martial arts studio. “We’re very happy to see Jillian coming to Frankfort,” said Trustee Mike Stevens. During the mayor’s report, Frankfort Mayor Jim …
Monday, November 19, 2012
The board is scheduled to adopt several ordinances referred by the plan commission.
The Frankfort Village Board will meet at 7 p.m. on Nov. 19 in the Village Board Room at 20602 Lincoln-Way Lane. The unanimous consent agenda includes the approval of a Downtown Retail Grant for Smokey Barque, as well as ordinance adoptions concerning K and S Quik Mart and Frankfort Martial Arts and Family Fitness. Get news alerts and Facebook updates from these Lincoln-Way Patch sites:
Friday, November 9, 2012
The Frankfort Plan Commission and Zoning Board of Appeals heard a request on Thursday from a resident hoping to open a new martial arts space in the village.
A new martial arts studio may be coming to Frankfort. The Frankfort Plan Commission and Zoning Board of Appeals heard a special use permit request from Jillian Turner at a meeting on Nov. 8. Turner would like to open a martial arts studio at 752 Center Rd. Frankfort Martial Arts and Family Fitness would teach a wide range of skills, including karate, taekwondo, cardio kickboxing, boxing, yoga and self-defense, according to documents provided by the plan commission and zoning board. “We’re just very happy to see a family-owned business, a local resident of Frankfort, make the commitment to Frankfort,” said Mike Stevens, who is the village board liaison for the plan commission and zoning board. Turner is a Frankfort resident of more than 20 …