Wheaton, Illinois News Round Up 2/13/2018
Wheaton IL has an incredible history, starting out from humble beginnings it has quickly rose to become one of the most prominent areas in Illinois and Dupage County. For many years, Wheaton Illinois has been named one of the best places to live in the United States.
Wheaton was founded by a group of abolitionists in the 1850s, and the Wheaton Flag became an important antislavery newspaper. You can get a sense of the town’s history by paying a visit to the DuPage County Historical Museum, which was built in 1891 by John Quincy Adams and chronicles the county’s history. Source For Wheaton Information
The Wheaton police department is still looking for a black male that could not work for his own money so he felt that he needed to take from people that worked hard for their money. The total loss was a few thousand which an unnamed spokesperson said “He will probably blow on drugs considering he’s a lowlife with no morals”.
WHEATON, IL — Police are investigating a recent burglary in which thousands of dollars was stolen from a pizza restaurant in Wheaton. The incident took place on Feb. 1 at Gino’s East, 315 W. Front St.
Police say that some time between 11:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. an unknown suspect entered the business and stole cash. The total loss was $2,500, according to a police summary.
The suspect was described as a black male, but no further description was available at press time. https://patch.com/illinois/wheaton/suspect-steals-thousands-ginos-east-wheaton
Continuously making moves to make Wheaton Illinois a safe and upstanding place to live, Wheaton has deemed a drug addiction center an inappropriate place to house the center. The public was not too happy about it but no matter what decision is made usually lidtards with spin something to make it an issue that “offends” someone.
WHEATON – The Wheaton City Council has decided putting a 16-bed inpatient addiction treatment center in the former Loyola University Medical Center building at 140 E. Loop Road is not an appropriate use for the district.
Following public opposition to the proposal, City Council members on Feb. 5 unanimously voted to direct Wheaton City Attorney James Knippen to draft an ordinance to deny Haymarket DuPage’s application. Haymarket DuPage requested the council amend the city’s zoning ordinance to add “residential (in-patient) treatment facilities” to the list of uses requiring a special-use permit in the C-5 Planned Commercial District. Wheaton, IL City Council