Posted by kankakeegazette.com staff Jan 17, 2012
Kraftdale residents were shocked by the news earlier tonight that Mr. Jensen withdrew his request for a crematorium permit.
City of Kankakee Planning Board
At the June 20, 2011 City Council meeting, the Council defeated Mr. Jensen’s request for a permit to operate a crematorium by defeating the motion to place the item on its second reading. Continue reading
Posted by kankakeegazette.com staff⋅9:07 a.m. Jan 16, 2012.
Last week, Eric Sadler, Kankakee County Zoning and Development Coordinator, was asked by Kraftdale homeowner Randy Knickerbocker to review a permit request approved by the City of Kankakee Planning Board.
Next City Council Meeting January 17, 2012 with public comment on the record: Sign up to speak by 6:45 p.m.
Posted by kankakeegazette.com staff⋅7:35 p.m. Jan 13, 2012.
These two Alderman, against Mr. Jensen’s Crematorium project since the issue came to the Planning Board nearly one year ago, suddenly had a change of heart at the Jan. 3 meeting: Continue reading
Posted by kankakeegazette.com staff⋅4:12 p.m. Jan 14, 2012.
Alderman Dennis Baron’s law firm Deck & Baron is the Corporate Agent for Brown Funeral Home of Manteno, LTD where Mr. Russel Jensen is part-owner. Continue reading
After 5½ years of garbage, 6-foot weeds,
rotting particle board, scattered car parts and a boat,
can this business change to a good neighbor?