Mr. Lang drops ball again
Clyde

Midlothian, IL

#1 Mar 21, 2013
At last nights meeting one of the trustee's stated that the Culvers that Mr. Lang stated was going in @ 145 & Cicero is now going to Crestwood. The location is going to be built on the old ElDorado property.

When is the lying going to Quit. Terry your boy has not produced a single new business to our town. All that he has done is sit back and collect a paycheck.
So the correct answer is

Northbrook, IL

#2 Mar 21, 2013
Where in Midlothian was the Culver's supposed to go?
Clyde

Midlothian, IL

#3 Mar 21, 2013
The old Dodge dealership

Since: Mar 13

Location hidden

#4 Mar 21, 2013
Crestwood is winning out along with Oak Forest. Everyone seems to like those two border towns but not Midlo. I'd like to know what finally swayed them to leave, and see if it's something we need to address before we lose the next company.

“26 year Midlo resident”

Since: Feb 09

Wichita, Kansas

#5 Mar 23, 2013
Yes I continue to wait. The Mayor continues to issue kudos to him. I was at that meeting and the one who mentioned that the Culvers and a Buffalo Wild Wings and a Starbucks were going to the old Eldorado property was Don Killea. Seemed to be news to some.

New businesses go everywhere else and the only thing we get is taller weeds.

So a couple of years later and I am still saying impress me.

Since: Mar 13

Location hidden

#6 Mar 23, 2013
This is getting a little old. The mayor and his administrative team keep reminding us how tough the economy is and that this is the reason to blame for our lack of development. But the truth is that development is starting to happen - just not in Midlithian. Perhaps Mr Lang just isn't as productive now that Mr Tony Rezko isn't around to guide him.

“26 year Midlo resident”

Since: Feb 09

Wichita, Kansas

#7 Mar 23, 2013
Ian Miller II wrote:
This is getting a little old. The mayor and his administrative team keep reminding us how tough the economy is and that this is the reason to blame for our lack of development. But the truth is that development is starting to happen - just not in Midlithian. Perhaps Mr Lang just isn't as productive now that Mr Tony Rezko isn't around to guide him.
That seems to be problem. "But the truth is that development is starting to happen - just not in Midlothian."

So there is a problem somewhere.

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