• The historic Campana building is the site for a proposed 80 unit multifamily housing development.

 

• The City of Batavia has not formally approved this project, therefore public involvement will have a critical impact.

 

• Campana property is cross-jurisdictional and is within:

 

Batavia City limits

Batavia Fire & Police District

Geneva SCHOOL DISTRICT 304

Geneva Library District

Geneva Park District

Geneva Township

 

• Only 7.8% of the total tax revenue in 2016 went to the City of Batavia.

 

• The intersection at Batavia Avenue (Route 31) and Fabyan Parkway has a crash rate 300% higher than the normal rate for comparable intersections.

 

• There have been over 70 accidents at that intersection since the start of 2014 (accident data obtained from the Batavia Police Records Department).

 

• Approximately 40,000 cars already pass through Fabyan Parkway at Batavia Avenue (Route 31) daily.

 

• Evergreen's traffic analysis claims the redevelopment of 80 units will not adversely impact the intersection at 31 and Fabyan. Therefore, no improvements to the entrance or exit points are proposed.

 

 

WHY SHOULD YOU CARE?

 

 

• This development has the potential to add over 1,000 additional vehicle trips per day.

 

• For those that drive or use the bike path through this intersection, this will only exacerbate an already DANGEROUS intersection.

 

• Turning onto Fabyan from Campana and adjacent properties involves an already dangerous left or right turn.

 

• This will permanently increase traffic for all of Batavia and Geneva residents passing through the Fabyan and 31 intersection.

 

• Traffic will naturally turn into adjacent neighborhoods off of Van Nortwick and Allen Drive.

 

• Batavia residents in Western-Crestview, Memorial Field, Highlands, Randall Northeast and the Holmstad community along with Geneva residents in Allendale, Eaglebrook, and Fargo Blvd will be considerably impacted by increased traffic.

 

• Evergreen Real Estate Group is requesting to be exempt from numerous Batavia ordinances to allow room for more people to live and park in Campana.

 

• Evergreen Real Estate Group is requesting a significant relief from parking code. The current parking accommodations for the existing businesses on the west side of the building are already insufficient. These businesses will be staying if the proposed 80 units are built.

 

• Many businesses operating as tenants in the Campana building will be affected. Currently, that list includes:

 

123 Mattress LLC

 

610 Home

 

All Dressed Up

 

AT&T

 

Club Fusion, Inc.

 

Design Essentials

 

Du-Call Miller Plastics

 

Hemming & Sylvester

 

Hooper Corporation

 

Innovative Sports Medicine

 

Mainframe Software Management, Inc.

 

Proforce Training LLC

 

St Charles Rowing Club

 

Studio 59 GOLF (David Impastato) & Rich Flores GOLF swing shop

 

T-Mobile

 

Jennifer Valenti

 

• Evergreen Real Estate Group is in the FINAL planning stages of this project, and has:

 

Received approval for Allocation of 2016 LIHTC Round II funds.

 

Kane County has completed an Environmental Assessment (EA) for the project and issued a “Notice of Conditional Finding of No Significant Impact and Notice of Intent to Request Release of Funds.” The release of these funds could occur as early as June 2017.

 

AGAIN, The City of Batavia has not formally approved this project, therefore public involvement will have a critical impact.

 

Now is the time to get involved.

• IMMEDIATELY contact your Geneva and Batavia aldermen and city officials to voice concerns and questions. See contact information listed below.

 

• ATTEND a city meeting for power in numbers.

 

• EMAIL admin@NoToCampana.com or fill out the contact form below to request a yard sign (a $5 donation is appreciated).

 

Text ADD to 24587 to receive text alerts about upcoming city meetings.

GET A YARD SIGN!

GENEVA WARD MAP

MAYOR

 

Kevin Burns 630-742-8916

kburns@geneva.il.us

 

WARD 1

 

Tara Burghart 630-232-0000 ext. 4001

tburghart@geneva.il.us

 

Mike Bruno 630-791-0586

mbruno@geneva.il.us

 

WARD 2

 

Richard Marks 630-232-0000 ext. 4003

rmarks@geneva.il.us

 

Donald Cummings 630-232-0000 ext. 4004

dcummings@geneva.il.us

 

WARD 3

 

Becky Hruby 630-232-0000 ext. 4005

bhruby@geneva.il.us

 

Dean Kilburg 630-232-0000 ext. 4006

dkilburg@geneva.il.us

 

WARD 4

 

Jim Radecki 630-232-0000 ext. 4007

jradecki@geneva.il.us

 

Jeanne McGowan 630-232-0000 ext. 4008

jmcgowan@geneva.il.us

 

WARD 5

 

Craig Maladra 630-232-0000 ext. 4009

cmaladra@geneva.il.us

 

Robert Swanson 630-232-0000 ext. 4010

rswanson@geneva.il.us

BATAVIA WARD MAP

MAYOR

 

Jeffery Schielke 630-454-2000

mayor@cityofbatavia.net

 

WARD 1

 

Scott Salvati 630-360-2244

ssalvati@cityofbatavia.net

 

Michael F. O'Brien 630-406-8138

mobrien@cityofbatavia.net

 

WARD 2

 

Alan Wolff 630-879-5636

awolff@cityofbatavia.net

 

Martin J. Callahan 630-624-8058

mcallaha@cityofbatavia.net

 

WARD 3

 

Dan Chanzit 630-803-9525

dchanzit@cityofbatavia.net

 

Elliot Meitzler 773-458-3044

emeitzler@cityofbatavia.net

 

WARD 4

 

Susan Stark 630-301-1993

sstark@cityofbatavia.net

 

Tony Malay # not on Batavia website

tmalay@cityofbatavia.net

 

WARD 5

 

Lucy Thelin Atac 630-677-5827

lthelina@cityofbatavia.net

 

Mark Uher  630-303-6087

muher@cityofbatavia.net

 

WARD 6

 

Michael Russotto 630-406-1422

mrussotto@cityofbatavia.net

 

Nicholas P. Cerone 630-890-4515

ncerone@cityofbatavia.net

 

WARD 7

 

David J. Brown 630-879-9289

dbrown@cityofbatavia.net

 

Drew McFadden 630-533-3739

dmcfadde@cityofbatavia.net

GET THE FACTS

CLICK HERE TO VIEW A LIST OF FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Click the link below to view the City of Batavia's webpage dedicated to Campana Project updates:

 

 

The website provides links to important documents such as:

 

• Initial Land Use Proposal submitted by Evergreen Real Estate Group

 

• A video link to Evergreen Real Estate Group's video presentation to Batavia's Committee of the Whole on May 2

 

• Kane County and Aurora Housing Authority's Notice of Conditional Finding of No Significant Impact and Notice of Intent to Request Release of Funds

 

• Kane County's Environmental Assessment Findings

 

• Evergreen Real Estate Group's Architecture and Landscape plans for the Campana site

 

• Campana site engineering plans from Eriksson Engineering Associates

 

• KDOT Review of Traffic Engineering Study and Site Plan

 

Contact Anthony Isom, Jr. and ask to be added to the City of Batavia's email list to receive updates about the project to your inbox:

 

Anthony Isom, Jr.

Administrative Assistant

City of Batavia

 

630-454-2052

 

aisom@cityofbatavia.net

 

Click the link below to view Batavia Access Television videos of Batavia Committee of the Whole and City Council meetings:

 

 

 

Read about the Campana redevelopment project in the news:

 

http://mybatv.com/news/

http://www.cityofbatavia.net/695/Proposed-Campana-Redevelopment-Updates

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Click the link below to view the City of Batavia's webpage dedicated to Campana Project updates:

 

 

 

The website provides links to important documents such as:

 

• Initial Land Use Proposal submitted by Evergreen Real Estate Group

 

• A video link to Evergreen Real Estate Group's video presentation to Batavia's Committee of the Whole on May 2

 

• Kane County and Aurora Housing Authority's Notice of Conditional Finding of No Significant Impact and Notice of Intent to Request Release of Funds

 

• Kane County's Environmental Assessment Findings

 

• Evergreen Real Estate Group's Architecture and Landscape plans for the Campana site

 

• Campana site engineering plans from Eriksson Engineering Associates

 

• KDOT Review of Traffic Engineering Study and Site Plan

 

Contact Anthony Isom, Jr. and ask to be added to the City of Batavia's email list to recieve updates about the project to your inbox:

 

Anthony Isom, Jr.

Administrative Assistant

City of Batavia

 

630-454-2052

 

aisom@cityofbatavia.net

 

Click the link below to view Batavia Access Television videos of Batavia Committee of the Whole and City Council meetings:

 

 

Read about the Campana redevelopment project in the news:

 

  DONATIONS NEEDED! CLICK HERE.

Text ADD to 24587 for updates regarding this project

Text ADD to 24587 for updates regarding this project

DONATIONS NEEDED! CLICK HERE.

Text ADD to 24587 for updates regarding this project

• The historic Campana building is the site for a proposed 80 unit multifamily housing development.

 

• The City of Batavia has not formally approved this project, therefore public involvement will have a critical impact.

 

• Campana property is cross-jurisdictional and is within:

 

Batavia City limits

Batavia Fire & Police District

Geneva SCHOOL DISTRICT 304

Geneva Library District

Geneva Park District

Geneva Township

 

• Only 7.8% of the total tax revenue in 2016 went to the City of Batavia.

 

• The intersection at Batavia Avenue (Route 31) and Fabyan Parkway has a crash rate 300% higher than the normal rate for comparable intersections.

 

• There have been over 70 accidents at that intersection since the start of 2014 (accident data obtained from the Batavia Police Records Department).

 

• Approximately 40,000 cars already pass through Fabyan Parkway at Batavia Avenue (Route 31) daily.

 

• Evergreen's traffic analysis claims the redevelopment of 80 units will not adversely impact the intersection at 31 and Fabyan. Therefore, no improvements to the entrance or exit points are proposed.

 

 

WHY SHOULD YOU CARE?

 

 

• This development has the potential to add over 1,000 additional vehicle trips per day.

 

• For those that drive or use the bike path through this intersection, this will only exacerbate an already DANGEROUS intersection.

 

• Turning onto Fabyan from Campana and adjacent properties involves an already dangerous left or right turn.

 

• This will permanently increase traffic for all of Batavia and Geneva residents passing through the Fabyan and 31 intersection.

 

• Traffic will naturally turn into adjacent neighborhoods off of Van Nortwick and Allen Drive.

 

• Batavia residents in Western-Crestview, Memorial Field, Highlands, Randall Northeast and the Holmstad community along with Geneva residents in Allendale, Eaglebrook, and Fargo Blvd will be considerably impacted by increased traffic.

 

• Evergreen Real Estate Group is requesting to be exempt from numerous Batavia ordinances to allow room for more people to live and park in Campana.

 

• Evergreen Real Estate Group is requesting a significant relief from parking code. The current parking accommodations for the existing businesses on the west side of the building are already insufficient. These businesses will be staying if the proposed 80 units are built.

 

• Many businesses operating as tenants in the Campana building will be affected. Currently, that list includes:

 

123 Mattress LLC

 

610 Home

 

All Dressed Up

 

AT&T

 

Club Fusion, Inc.

 

Design Essentials

 

Du-Call Miller Plastics

 

Hemming & Sylvester

 

Hooper Corporation

 

Innovative Sports Medicine

 

Mainframe Software Management, Inc.

 

Proforce Training LLC

 

St Charles Rowing Club

 

Studio 59 GOLF (David Impastato) & Rich

Flores GOLF swing shop

 

T-Mobile

 

Jennifer Valenti

 

• Evergreen Real Estate Group is in the FINAL planning stages of this project, and has:

 

Received approval for Allocation of 2016 LIHTC Round II funds.

 

Kane County has completed an Environmental Assessment (EA) for the project and issued a “Notice of Conditional Finding of No Significant Impact and Notice of Intent to Request Release of Funds.” The release of these funds could occur as early as June 2017.

 

AGAIN, The City of Batavia has not formally approved this project, therefore public involvement will have a critical impact.

 

Now is the time to get involved.

CLICK HERE FOR GENEVA WARD MAP

CLICK HERE FOR BATAVIA WARD MAP

Click the link below to view the City of Batavia's webpage dedicated to Campana Project updates:

 

 

 

 

The website provides links to important documents such as:

 

• Initial Land Use Proposal submitted by Evergreen Real Estate Group

 

• A video link to Evergreen Real Estate Group's video presentation to Batavia's Committee of the Whole on May 2

 

• Kane County and Aurora Housing Authority's Notice of Conditional Finding of No Significant Impact and Notice of Intent to Request Release of Funds

 

• Kane County's Environmental Assessment Findings

 

• Evergreen Real Estate Group's Architecture and Landscape plans for the Campana site

 

• Campana site engineering plans from Eriksson Engineering Associates

 

• KDOT Review of Traffic Engineering Study and Site Plan

 

Contact Anthony Isom, Jr. and ask to be added to the City of Batavia's email list to recieve updates about the project to your inbox:

Anthony Isom, Jr.

Administrative Assistant

City of Batavia

 

630-454-2052

 

aisom@cityofbatavia.net

 

Click the link below to view Batavia Access Television videos of Batavia Committee of the Whole and City Council meetings:

 

 

Read about the Campana redevelopment project in the news:

 

http://www.cityofbatavia.net/695/Proposed-Campana-Redevelopment-Updates

Text ADD to 24587 for updates regarding this project

• The historic Campana building is the site for a proposed 80 unit multifamily housing development.

 

• The City of Batavia has not formally approved this project, therefore public involvement will have a critical impact.

 

• Campana property is cross-jurisdictional and is within:

 

Batavia City limits

Batavia Fire & Police District

Geneva SCHOOL DISTRICT 304

Geneva Library District

Geneva Park District

Geneva Township

 

• Only 7.8% of the total tax revenue in 2016 went to the City of Batavia.

 

• The intersection at Batavia Avenue (Route 31) and Fabyan Parkway has a crash rate 300% higher than the normal rate for comparable intersections.

 

• There have been over 70 accidents at that intersection since the start of 2014 (accident data obtained from the Batavia Police Records Department).

 

• Approximately 40,000 cars already pass through Fabyan Parkway at Batavia Avenue (Route 31) daily.

 

• Evergreen's traffic analysis claims the redevelopment of 80 units will not adversely impact the intersection at 31 and Fabyan. Therefore, no improvements to the entrance or exit points are proposed.

 

 

WHY SHOULD YOU CARE?

 

 

• This development has the potential to add over 1,000 additional vehicle trips per day.

 

• For those that drive or use the bike path through this intersection, this will only exacerbate an already DANGEROUS intersection.

 

• Turning onto Fabyan from Campana and adjacent properties involves an already dangerous left or right turn.

 

• This will permanently increase traffic for all of Batavia and Geneva residents passing through the Fabyan and 31 intersection.

 

• Traffic will naturally turn into adjacent neighborhoods off of Van Nortwick and Allen Drive.

 

• Batavia residents in Western-Crestview, Memorial Field, Highlands, Randall Northeast and the Holmstad community along with Geneva residents in Allendale, Eaglebrook, and Fargo Blvd will be considerably impacted by increased traffic.

 

• Evergreen Real Estate Group is requesting to be exempt from numerous Batavia ordinances to allow room for more people to live and park in Campana.

 

• Evergreen Real Estate Group is requesting a significant relief from parking code. The current parking accommodations for the existing businesses on the west side of the building are already insufficient. These businesses will be staying if the proposed 80 units are built.

 

• Many businesses operating as tenants in the Campana building will be affected. Currently, that list includes:

 

123 Mattress LLC

 

610 Home

 

All Dressed Up

 

AT&T

 

Club Fusion, Inc.

 

Design Essentials

 

Du-Call Miller Plastics

 

Hemming & Sylvester

 

Hooper Corporation

 

Innovative Sports Medicine

 

Mainframe Software Management, Inc.

 

Proforce Training LLC

 

St Charles Rowing Club

 

Studio 59 GOLF (David Impastato) & Rich Flores GOLF swing shop

 

T-Mobile

 

Jennifer Valenti

 

• Evergreen Real Estate Group is in the FINAL planning stages of this project, and has:

 

Received approval for Allocation of 2016 LIHTC Round II funds.

 

Kane County has completed an Environmental Assessment (EA) for the project and issued a “Notice of Conditional Finding of No Significant Impact and Notice of Intent to Request Release of Funds.” The release of these funds could occur as early as June 2017.

 

 

 

AGAIN, The City of Batavia has not formally approved this project, therefore public involvement will have a critical impact.

 

Now is the time to get involved.

Click the link below to view the City of Batavia's webpage dedicated to Campana Project updates:

 

 

 

 

The website provides links to important documents such as:

 

• Initial Land Use Proposal submitted by Evergreen Real Estate Group

 

• A video link to Evergreen Real Estate Group's video presentation to Batavia's Committee of the Whole on May 2

 

• Kane County and Aurora Housing Authority's Notice of Conditional Finding of No Significant Impact and Notice of Intent to Request Release of Funds

 

• Kane County's Environmental Assessment Findings

 

• Evergreen Real Estate Group's Architecture and Landscape plans for the Campana site

 

• Campana site engineering plans from Eriksson Engineering Associates

 

• KDOT Review of Traffic Engineering Study and Site Plan

 

Contact Anthony Isom, Jr. and ask to be added to the City of Batavia's email list to recieve updates about the project to your inbox:

Anthony Isom, Jr.

Administrative Assistant

City of Batavia

 

630-454-2052

 

aisom@cityofbatavia.net

 

Click the link below to view Batavia Access Television videos of Batavia Committee of the Whole and City Council meetings:

 

 

Read about the Campana redevelopment project in the news:

http://www.cityofbatavia.net/695/Proposed-Campana-Redevelopment-Updates

http://mybatv.com/news/

DONATIONS NEEDED! 
CLICK
HERE

Text ADD to 24587 for updates regarding this project

• The historic Campana building is the site for a proposed 80 unit multifamily housing development.

 

• The City of Batavia has not formally approved this project, therefore public involvement will have a critical impact.

 

• Campana property is cross-jurisdictional and is within:

 

Batavia City limits

Batavia Fire & Police

Geneva CUSD 304

Geneva Library District

Geneva Park District

Geneva Township

 

• Only 7.8% of the total tax revenue in 2016 went to the City of Batavia.

 

• The intersection at Batavia Avenue (Route 31) and Fabyan Parkway has a crash rate 300% higher than the normal rate for comparable intersections.

 

• There have been over 70 accidents at that intersection since the start of 2014 (accident data obtained from the Batavia Police Records Department).

 

• Approximately 40,000 cars already pass through Fabyan Parkway at Batavia Avenue (Route 31) daily.

 

• Evergreen's traffic analysis claims the redevelopment of 80 units will not adversely impact the intersection at 31 and Fabyan. Therefore, no improvements to the entrance or exit points are proposed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

• This development has the potential to add over 1,000 additional vehicle trips per day.

 

• For those that drive or use the bike path through this intersection, this will only exacerbate an already DANGEROUS intersection.

 

• Turning onto Fabyan from Campana and adjacent properties involves an already dangerous left or right turn.

 

• This will permanently increase traffic for all of Batavia and Geneva residents passing through the Fabyan and 31 intersection.

 

• Traffic will naturally turn into adjacent neighborhoods off of Van Nortwick and Allen Drive.

 

• Batavia residents in Western-Crestview, Memorial Field, Highlands, Randall Northeast and the Holmstad community along with Geneva residents in Allendale, Eaglebrook, and Fargo Blvd will be considerably impacted by increased traffic.

 

• Evergreen Real Estate Group is requesting to be exempt from numerous Batavia ordinances to allow room for more people to live and park in Campana.

 

• Evergreen Real Estate Group is requesting a significant relief from parking code. The current parking accommodations for the existing businesses on the west side of the building are already insufficient. These businesses will be staying if the proposed 80 units are built.

 

• Many businesses operating as tenants in the Campana building will be affected. Currently, that list includes:

 

123 Mattress LLC

 

610 Home

 

All Dressed Up

 

AT&T

 

Club Fusion, Inc.

 

Design Essentials

 

Du-Call Miller Plastics

 

Hemming & Sylvester

 

Hooper Corporation

 

Innovative Sports Medicine

 

Mainframe Software Management, Inc.

 

Proforce Training LLC

 

St Charles Rowing Club

 

Studio 59 GOLF (David Impastato) & Rich Flores GOLF swing shop

 

T-Mobile

 

Jennifer Valenti

 

• Evergreen Real Estate Group is in the FINAL planning stages of this project, and has:

 

Received approval for Allocation of 2016 LIHTC Round II funds.

 

Kane County has completed an Environmental Assessment (EA) for the project and issued a “Notice of Conditional Finding of No Significant Impact and Notice of Intent to Request Release of Funds.” The release of these funds could occur as early as June 2017.

 

AGAIN, The City of Batavia has not formally approved this project, therefore public involvement will have a critical impact.

 

Now is the time to get involved.

WHY SHOULD YOU CARE?

MAYOR

 

Kevin Burns

630-742-8916

kburns@geneva.il.us

 

WARD 1

 

Tara Burghart

630-232-0000 ext. 4001

tburghart@geneva.il.us

 

Mike Bruno

630-791-0586

mbruno@geneva.il.us

 

WARD 2

 

Richard Marks

630-232-0000 ext. 4003

rmarks@geneva.il.us

 

Donald Cummings

630-232-0000 ext. 4004

dcummings@geneva.il.us

 

WARD 3

 

Becky Hruby

630-232-0000 ext. 4005

bhruby@geneva.il.us

 

Dean Kilburg

630-232-0000 ext. 4006

dkilburg@geneva.il.us

 

WARD 4

 

Jim Radecki

630-232-0000 ext. 4007

jradecki@geneva.il.us

 

Jeanne McGowan

630-232-0000 ext. 4008

jmcgowan@geneva.il.us

 

WARD 5

 

Craig Maladra

630-232-0000 ext. 4009

cmaladra@geneva.il.us

 

Robert Swanson

630-232-0000 ext. 4010

rswanson@geneva.il.us

MAYOR

 

Jeffery Schielke

630-454-2000

mayor@cityofbatavia.net

 

WARD 1

 

Scott Salvati

630-360-2244

ssalvati@cityofbatavia.net

 

Michael F. O'Brien

630-406-8138

mobrien@cityofbatavia.net

 

WARD 2

 

Alan Wolff

630-879-5636

awolff@cityofbatavia.net

 

Martin J. Callahan

630-624-8058

mcallaha@cityofbatavia.net

 

WARD 3

 

Dan Chanzit

630-803-9525

dchanzit@cityofbatavia.net

 

Elliot Meitzler

773-458-3044

emeitzler@cityofbatavia.net

 

WARD 4

 

Susan Stark

630-301-1993

sstark@cityofbatavia.net

 

Tony Malay

# not on Batavia website

tmalay@cityofbatavia.net

 

WARD 5

 

Lucy Thelin Atac

630-677-5827

lthelina@cityofbatavia.net

 

Mark Uher

630-303-6087

muher@cityofbatavia.net

 

WARD 6

 

Michael Russotto

630-406-1422

mrussotto@cityofbatavia.net

 

Nicholas P. Cerone

630-890-4515

ncerone@cityofbatavia.net

 

WARD 7

 

David J. Brown

630-879-9289

dbrown@cityofbatavia.net

 

Drew McFadden

630-533-3739

dmcfadde@cityofbatavia.net

Text ADD to 24587 for updates regarding this project

next meeting MONDAY, NOV. 20, 7:30 PM, Batavia City Council chambers

PLEASE DONATE
HERE

• The historic Campana building is the site for a proposed 80 unit multifamily housing development.

 

• The City of Batavia has not formally approved this project, therefore public involvement will have a critical impact.

 

• Campana property is cross-jurisdictional and is within:

 

Batavia City limits

Batavia Fire & Police

Geneva CUSD 304

Geneva Library District

Geneva Park District

Geneva Township

 

• Only 7.8% of the total tax revenue in 2016 went to the City of Batavia.

 

• The intersection at Batavia Avenue (Route 31) and Fabyan Parkway has a crash rate 300% higher than the normal rate for comparable intersections.

 

• There have been over 70 accidents at that intersection since the start of 2014 (accident data obtained from the Batavia Police Records Department).

 

• Approximately 40,000 cars already pass through Fabyan Parkway at Batavia Avenue (Route 31) daily.

 

• Evergreen's traffic analysis claims the redevelopment of 80 units will not adversely impact the intersection at 31 and Fabyan. Therefore, no improvements to the entrance or exit points are proposed.

 

WHY SHOULD YOU CARE?

 

• This development has the potential to add over 1,000 additional vehicle trips per day.

 

• For those that drive or use the bike path through this intersection, this will only exacerbate an already DANGEROUS intersection.

 

• Turning onto Fabyan from Campana and adjacent properties involves an already dangerous left or right turn.

 

• This will permanently increase traffic for all of Batavia and Geneva residents passing through the Fabyan and 31 intersection.

 

• Traffic will naturally turn into adjacent neighborhoods off of Van Nortwick and Allen Drive.

 

• Batavia residents in Western-Crestview, Memorial Field, Highlands, Randall Northeast and the Holmstad community along with Geneva residents in Allendale, Eaglebrook, and Fargo Blvd will be considerably impacted by increased traffic.

 

• Evergreen Real Estate Group is requesting to be exempt from numerous Batavia ordinances to allow room for more people to live and park in Campana.

 

• Evergreen Real Estate Group is requesting a significant relief from parking code. The current parking accommodations for the existing businesses on the west side of the building are already insufficient. These businesses will be staying if the proposed 80 units are built.

 

• Many businesses operating as tenants in the Campana building will be affected. Currently, that list includes:

 

123 Mattress LLC

 

610 Home

 

All Dressed Up

 

AT&T

 

Club Fusion, Inc.

 

Design Essentials

 

Du-Call Miller Plastics

 

Hemming & Sylvester

 

Hooper Corporation

 

Innovative Sports Medicine

 

Mainframe Software Management, Inc.

 

Proforce Training LLC

 

St Charles Rowing Club

 

Studio 59 GOLF (David Impastato) & Rich Flores GOLF swing shop

 

T-Mobile

 

Jennifer Valenti

 

• Evergreen Real Estate Group is in the FINAL planning stages of this project, and has:

 

Received approval for Allocation of 2016 LIHTC Round II funds.

 

Kane County has completed an Environmental Assessment (EA) for the project and issued a “Notice of Conditional Finding of No Significant Impact and Notice of Intent to Request Release of Funds.” The release of these funds could occur as early as June 2017.

 

AGAIN, The City of Batavia has not formally approved this project, therefore public involvement will have a critical impact.

 

Now is the time to get involved.

• IMMEDIATELY contact your Geneva and Batavia aldermen and city officials to voice concerns and questions. See contact information listed below.

 

• ATTEND a city meeting for power in numbers.

 

• EMAIL admin@NoToCampana.com or fill out the contact form below to request a yard sign (a $5 donation is appreciated).

 

Text ADD to 24587 to receive text alerts about upcoming city meetings.

MAYOR

 

Kevin Burns

630-742-8916

kburns@geneva.il.us

 

WARD 1

 

Tara Burghart

630-232-0000 ext. 4001

tburghart@geneva.il.us

 

Mike Bruno

630-791-0586

mbruno@geneva.il.us

 

WARD 2

 

Richard Marks

630-232-0000 ext. 4003

rmarks@geneva.il.us

 

Donald Cummings

630-232-0000 ext. 4004

dcummings@geneva.il.us

 

WARD 3

 

Becky Hruby

630-232-0000 ext. 4005

bhruby@geneva.il.us

 

Dean Kilburg

630-232-0000 ext. 4006

dkilburg@geneva.il.us

 

WARD 4

 

Jim Radecki

630-232-0000 ext. 4007

jradecki@geneva.il.us

 

Jeanne McGowan

630-232-0000 ext. 4008

jmcgowan@geneva.il.us

 

WARD 5

 

Craig Maladra

630-232-0000 ext. 4009

cmaladra@geneva.il.us

 

Robert Swanson

630-232-0000 ext. 4010

rswanson@geneva.il.us

 

MAYOR

 

Jeffery Schielke

630-454-2000

mayor@cityofbatavia.net

 

WARD 1

 

Scott Salvati

630-360-2244

ssalvati@cityofbatavia.net

 

Michael F. O'Brien

630-406-8138

mobrien@cityofbatavia.net

 

WARD 2

 

Alan Wolff

630-879-5636

awolff@cityofbatavia.net

 

Martin J. Callahan

630-624-8058

mcallaha@cityofbatavia.net

 

WARD 3

 

Dan Chanzit

630-803-9525

dchanzit@cityofbatavia.net

 

Elliot Meitzler

773-458-3044

emeitzler@cityofbatavia.net

 

WARD 4

 

Susan Stark

630-301-1993

sstark@cityofbatavia.net

 

Tony Malay

# not on Batavia website

tmalay@cityofbatavia.net

 

WARD 5

 

Lucy Thelin Atac

630-677-5827

lthelina@cityofbatavia.net

 

Mark Uher

630-303-6087

muher@cityofbatavia.net

 

WARD 6

 

Michael Russotto

630-406-1422

mrussotto@cityofbatavia.net

 

Nicholas P. Cerone

630-890-4515

ncerone@cityofbatavia.net

 

WARD 7

 

David J. Brown

630-879-9289

dbrown@cityofbatavia.net

 

Drew McFadden

630-533-3739

dmcfadde@cityofbatavia.net

Click the link below to view the City of Batavia's webpage dedicated to Campana Project updates:

 

 

 

 

 

The website provides links

to important documents

such as:

 

• Initial Land Use Proposal submitted by Evergreen Real Estate Group

 

• A video link to Evergreen Real Estate Group's video presentation to Batavia's Committee of the Whole on May 2

 

• Kane County and Aurora Housing Authority's Notice of Conditional Finding of No Significant Impact and Notice of Intent to Request Release of Funds

 

• Kane County's Environmental Assessment Findings

 

• Evergreen Real Estate Group's Architecture and Landscape plans for the Campana site

 

• Campana site engineering plans from Eriksson Engineering Associates

 

• KDOT Review of Traffic Engineering Study and Site Plan

 

Contact Anthony Isom, Jr. and ask to be added to the City of Batavia's email list to recieve updates about the project to your inbox:

 

Anthony Isom, Jr.

Administrative Assistant

City of Batavia

 

630-454-2052

 

aisom@cityofbatavia.net

 

Click the link below to view Batavia Access Television videos of Batavia Committee of the Whole and City Council meetings:

 

 

Read about the Campana redevelopment project in the news:

 

Text ADD to 24587 for updates regarding this project

next meeting MONday, NOV. 20, 7:30 PM, Batavia City Council chambers

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