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YORKVILLE — The first of three public involvement meetings concerning  the village’s Interstate 94 corridor master plan and village comprehensive plan has been scheduled, Village Clerk-Treasurer Mike McKinney announced at Monday's board meeting.

A meeting, scheduled for 6 p.m. March 14 at Yorkville Elementary School, 18621 Washington Ave. (Highway 20), will give Yorkville residents a chance to voice their opinions on how they think the village should develop the I-94 corridor, from the Interstate to about 1.5 miles west, as well as the village as a whole.

Also, a Long-Range Planning/Ordinance Committee meeting is scheduled for Feb. 18. The committee and Village Board will also have input on the plans.

Milwaukee-based construction engineering firm Short Elliot Hendrickson Inc. should have a plan for the I-94 corridor within seven months, and a 2050 village comprehensive plan within 14 months, project manager Darren Fortney told The Journal Times last month.

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Jonathon Sadowski covers the villages of Union Grove and Yorkville, the Town of Dover, arts, entertainment and odds and ends for The Journal Times.

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