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40 | February 22, 2018 | The orland park prairie Classifieds CLASSIFIEDS Help Wanted · Garage Sales · Automotive Real Estate · Rentals · Merchandise 2703 Legal Notices 2703 Legal Notices Smith Crossing Expansion 10501 Emilie Lane, Orland Park, IL 60462 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE ISHEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing will be held before the Plan Commission of the Village of Orland Park, Illinois, at 7:00 p.m. onTuesday, March 13th, 2018 in the Village Hall, located at 14700 South Ravinia Avenue, Orland Park, Will County, Illinois, to the consider the approval an application for an amendment toaspecial use permit including modifications and landscape plan changes pursuant to the provisions ofthe Land Development Code of the Village ofOrland Park, with respect to the following real estate: PART OF LOT 1 IN SMITH CROSSING SUBDIVISION BE- ING PART OF THE NORTH- EAST QUARTER OFSECTION 5, TOWNSHIP 35 NORTH, RANGE 12 EAST OF THE THIRD PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN RECORDED AS DOCUMENT R2004160514 ON AUGUST 30, 2004 IN WILL COUNTY, ILLI- NOIS. PIN: 19-09-05-201-001-0000 Said application requests authority to build, construct and maintain a forty-six (46) unit short term rehabilitation facility on the west side of the existing Smith Crossing campus with modifications to amend design standard and setback requirements. Said real estate is located 10501 Emilie Lane in the COR Mixed Use District, near the intersection of 183rd Street and Orland Parkway in Orland Park. All parties interested should attend and will begiven an opportunity to be heard. Such hearing may be continued by the Plan Commission without republication except as may be required by the Illinois Open Meetings Act. PLAN COMMISSION OF THE VILLAGE OF ORLAND PARK, ILLINOIS By: Louis Stephens Chairperson Andy's Frozen Custard 14555 S. La Grange Road, Orland Park, IL LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE ISHEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing will be held before the Plan Commission of the Village of Orland Park, Illinois, at 7:00 p.m. onTuesday, March 13, 2018 in the Village Hall, located at 14700 South Ravinia Avenue, Orland Park, Cook County, Illinois, to consider approval ofanapplication for aspecial use permit to alp p low for the construction of anew 2,131 square foot restaurant with a drive thru, with modifications for parking and the location of a drive aisle between the building and the street, pursuant to the provisions of the Land Development Code of the Village of Orland Park, with respect to the following real estate: PARCEL 1: LOT 4IN LIEBERSTEIN SUBDI- VISION IN PART OFTHE WEST HALF OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 10, TOWNSHIP 36 NORTH RANGE 12 EAST OF THE THIRD PRIN- CIPAL MERIDIAN ACCORD- ING TO THE PLAT THEROF RECORDED OCTOBER 5, 1982 AS DOCUMENT NO. 26372564. EXCEPTING THEREFROM THAT PART OF THE LAND TAKEN FOR ROAD PURPOSES IN CASE 2011L050584 DE- SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: COMMENCING AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF LOT 4; THENCE NORTH 88 DE- GREES 22 MINUTES 22 SEC- ONDS EAST, 7.50 FEET (BEAR- INGS BASED ON ILLINOIS STATE PLANE COORDINATE SYSTEM, EAST ZONE, NAD 1983) ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF LOT 4; THENCE SOUTHERLY 179.60 FEET, ALONG THE ARC OF A NON-TANGENT CURVE CON- CAVE EASTERLY HAVING A RADIUS OF 56346.69 FEET, A CHORD BEARING SOUTH 01 DEGREES 42 MINUTES 49 SEC- ONDS EAST AND A CHORD DISTANCE OF 179.60 FEET TO THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID LOT 4; THENCE SOUTH 88 DE- GREES 15 MINUTES 35 SEC- ONDS WEST, 7.16 FEET ALONG SAID SOUTH LINE TO THE WEST LINE OF LOT 4; THENCE NORTHERLY 179.62 FEET ( 179.33 FEET RECORDED DISTANCE) ALONG SAID WEST LINE, BEING THE ARC OF A NON-TANGENT CURVE CONCAVE EASTERLY, HAV- ING A RADIUS OF 56015.00 FEET, A CHORD BEARING NORTH 01 DEGREES 49 MIN- UTES 19 SECONDS WEST AND ACHORD DISTANCE OF 179.62 FEET TO THE POING OF BE- GINNING) IN COOK COUNTY, ILLINOIS. PIN: 27-10-100-062-0000 Said application for aspecial use permit to construct and operate a restaurant with a drive thru, includes modifications to locate the drive aisle between the building and the street, and toincrease the number ofrequired parking spaces from twenty-one (21) spaces to forty-nine (49) spaces. Said real estate is presently in- 2703 Legal Notices Sell It 708.326.9170 Fax It 708.326.9179 Charge It DEADLINE - Friday at 3pm p y cluded inthe VCD -Village Center Zoning District, and is located at 14555 S. LaGrange Road, Orland Park, IL. All parties interested should attend and will begiven an opportunity to be heard. Such hearing may be continued by the Plan Commission without republication except as may be required by the Illinois Open Meetings Act. PLAN COMMISSION OF THE VILLAGE OF ORLAND PARK, ILLINOIS By: Louis Stephens Chairperson 2900 Merchandise Under $100 All trade air plus air tools: grinder, air hammer, ratchet, wrench sockets &chisels. Ampro air hammer $99 for all. Please call 708.567.8999 Antique brass fireplace glass dorrs &screen, excellent condition. Fireplace tools to match, never used. All for $85. 815.469.6554 Canopy/poster (twin) bed & box spring $65. Very warm hand knit sweaters (M) $25. 6 sided end table $10. Robert 708.448.8920 Chessie system 16 oz beer glasses $15 ea. Four wine glasses, green color $15. 1960 lazy susan set, glass &chrome revolving tray $35. 708.460.8308 European wall tapestry, 16” wide, 26” long. Old world scene $100. 815.838.9179 Graco infant car seat &base $30. Dog trolley 50’ cable & pulley $20. 6’ artificial house plant (tree) $25. Very warm hand knit sweaters (M) $25. 708.449.8920 Hamilton beach 4quart cooker, model 33249, brand new in box $20. Bluetooth kareoke machine, model IJB5858 new in box $25. 708.349.1636 Ironite Ironer (Mangie) with new ironer roll pad $100. 815.462.3242 Ladies 2pc dress, size 14-16, perfect $15. Ladies maroon hooded jacket XL $15. 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I wanted them to be able to put that behind them and have a chance to recharge their batteries, get the juices flowing and the desire back. “I definitely think that desire to go out there and get some redemption is brewing in them now.” The Celtics (24-16-7) were two-time defending champions of the Kennedy Cup — awarded to the winner of the Catholic League playoffs — but were bounced in the quarterfinals by Benet in late January. After earning a 6-2 win in the opener of the three-game series, Providence dropped consecutive 4-1 decisions. “It was really tough, especially after winning the first game,” Iaciancio said. “Our kids had high expectations for the Kennedy Cup; they expect to win it. “Mental discipline is what really hurt us. The last game of the series, we had 23 penalty minutes in a 51-minute game. That killed us. Going into the state playoffs, we have to do a better job controlling our emotions and not taking penalties.” Providence is slated to open the state playoffs with a game against Neuqua Valley at 8:40 p.m. Friday, Feb. 23, at Arctic Ice Arena. The Celtics are seeded sixth in the 32-team red varsity division, the state’s top division. Neuqua is the No. 27 seed. The ultimate goal is to win Shane Horan, of Orland Park, plays in a game for Providence hockey earlier this season. Burns Photography four straight games and reach the Blackhawk Cup championship game March 24 at the United Center. Providence has played in the Blackhawk Cup each of the last two seasons, finishing as state-runner up both years. This season, Iaciancio’s team has experienced ups and downs. The Celtics got off to a solid 11-5-2 start before experiencing a tough 2-4-3 stretch in early December. They seemingly had things back on track late in the regular season before the setback against Benet. “It’s been a challenging season,” Iaciancio said. “We struggled to find chemistry and had some trouble finding the right combinations with our lines and defensive combos. What I liked, though, is our kids never quit. They kept fighting hard even when we were struggling a bit.” Sophomore forward Tommy Davis had a huge season for Providence, leading the team in goals with 32 and assists with 29. Seniors Jack McConnell and Dylan Gorski also have been strong offensive contributors. McConnell has 26 goals and 18 assists, while Gorski has 23 goals and 23 assists. Senior defensive Ryan Kaup was an All-State selection. “Our seniors have really done a nice job,” Iaciancio said. “Their leadership has been big. We know what we’re getting from Jack and Dylan on offense, and Ryan has been really solid on defense.” Junior Colin Ries (20 goals, 21 assists) and senior Shane Horan (16 goals, 19 assists) also are among Providence’s leading scorers. Kameron Bustos and Jack Pavlis have handled most of the goalkeeper duties, with Bustos posting a 12- 7-7 record and a 2.30 goals against average, and Pavlis a 9-7-3 mark with a 2.54 goals against average. Ben Monsivas has also spent time in the net. Iaciancio is hoping the state playoffs can be a fresh start for his team. “We’ve just got to put the Kennedy Cup behind us, get our focus back and get back to how we were playing before the Benet series,” he said. “We were playing pretty well at the end of the regular season.” He is still confident the Celtics can still be a contender for the Blackhawk Cup. “There’s no question the talent is there,” he said. “Our kids know we have enough talent and we’re good enough. If we can have that mental discipline and play smarter hockey, make the right decisions, we’ve still got a shot to do some good things.” Swimming and Diving Eagles cruise to sectional title Erin Redmond Freelance Reporter Home is where the heart is. The Eagles brought their heart — and the heat — as they dominated their own Sectional Saturday, Feb. 17, in Orland Park. The hosts won the meet with a total score of 302, more than 40 points ahead of runner-up Stagg (260). Sandburg also qualified for the state finals in event events, including three relays. Eagles’ swimmers Peter Bukiri and Jacob Simonek, as well as sophomore diver Cody Thill, were the only ones to qualify individually for state. Bukiri is to represent the Eagles in two events: the 200- and 500-yard freestyle races. The junior swimmer won the 200 free with a time of 1 minute and 43.54 seconds, just ahead of Stagg’s Sebastian Smolecki, who finished in 1:43.75 to also punch his ticket to state. The gap was much wider in the 500 free, though. Bukiri easily cruised to a first place finish with a time of 4:40.08 — more than 18 seconds faster than the runner-up. “We figured that [Bukiri] would probably be the person who wins both the 200 freestyle and the 500,” Sandburg coach Matthew Niemeier said. “For those two events, he went out and swam extremely well, and he wasn’t completely rested yet. So, that’s exciting for what he can potentially do at the state meet and [he’ll] possibly drop more time.” Sandburg’s Simonek won and qualified in 100-yard breaststroke (59.99), which Niemeier said was even more impressive, given that it was his only event of the day. “He wasn’t able to shake Sandurg’s Peter Bukiri impressed Saturday, Feb. 17, in several individual events and on two relay teams as the Eagles claimed the title of their own sectional. Julie McMann/22nd Century Media those nerves out,” the Sandburg coach said. “He’s been one of the hardest-working people all year, extremely intense in his training. He went out, and he swam an exceptional race, dropped 2.5 seconds from his best time and had an awesome swim.” The Eagles’ three relays will all compete at state and deservedly so, Niemeier said. Kyle Fox, the anchor of team’s 200-yard freestyle, swam a 20.84 split, which the Sandburg coach said was “the fastest swim of his life.” Still, the team — which also includes Joey Jenkot, Brenden Lee and Bukiri — came up just short, taking second to Stagg by .19 seconds. The team’s time of 1:26.95 was still enough to qualify for state tournament. Sandburg took first in the remaining two relays. The 200-yard medley relay of sophomore Sean Harlin, Carter Thoss, Jenkot and Lee won with a time of 1:36.45. The 400 free relay — Fox, Lee, Bukiri and Thoss — won its race with a time of 3:13.62. Sandburg’s “extremely consistent” Thill won the diving title with a total score of 454.30.