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KARL LEINBERGER OF WILMETTE ELECTED TO LEAD CANAL SHORES GOLF COURSE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

The Evanston Wilmette Golf Course Association, the non-profit organization that oversees operations of Canal Shores, elected the new board and a team of community advisers at its Nov. 20 meeting. Elected are Karl Leinberger of Wilmette as president; Steve Neumann of Evanston, vice president; Treasurer Ray Tobin of Evanston; and Debbie Weixl, Evanston, secretary. The […]

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TAXPAYERS WOULD PAY $500,000 TO PAVE 10TH FAIRWAY AT EVANSTON’S CANAL SHORES GOLF COURSE SO CULLERTON-CONNECTED DEVELOPER COULD BUILD $1M+ HOMES

Cook County taxpayers would be on the hook for an estimated $500,000 if the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District (MWRD) approves a request by a politically-connected developer to pave over the 10th fairway of 100-year-old Canal Shores Golf Course in north suburban Evanston. The MWRD board is scheduled to vote on the matter at a 10:30 […]