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On the evening of April 17, more than 60 residents gathered near the tree and placed yellow ribbons around hoping to persuade develop- ers to save the tree from removal.Pingel passed out 92 flyers inform- ing the community of the gathering.I *Skn IIBD'SPEVIEW Yolo Bog becoming birdwatchihg paradise PAGEB1 BIG COMPANY Life-size mastodon comes to Lake County SEE PAGE C1 Five Sections — 68 Pages APRIL 21-27, 2000 A Lakeland Newspaper /75 cents land annexation fails r Residents vocal in opposition, Antioch trustees 1 vote split By TIM FROEHUG Staff Reporter A standing-room-only crowd applauded the Village of Antioch's decision refusing to annex 40 acres owned by the Chicago Archdiocese, and 257 acres of land owned by Alfred and Dale Pederson.
Officials began discussing the option of a pre-annexation agree- ment, which failed. Trustees Lawrence Hanson, Ronald Cunning- ham and Porch voted for it while Dorothy Larson, Wayne Foresta and Marvin Oldenburger voted against it Mayor Marflyri Shineflug refused to ' Please see LAND f A4 ■ ■ I Mike Ray, a resident of the Woods of Antioch subdivision, ties a yellow ribbon to an oak tree, believed to be about 250 years old, as a symbol to area developers to leave the tree standing.
Trustee Barbara Porch motioned to table the annexa- tions until the next meeting, asking for a three- to five- acre minimum lot size to be included in a pre-annexa- tion . The tree is located between two empty lots for sale by KLM Builders.— Photo by Sandy Bressner Ties that bind Community stands together to save old oak tree from being removed By TIM FROEHUG Staff Reporter Residents from the Woods of Antioch subdivision have banded together in hopes of saving an oak tree they estimate is about 250 years old.
"It's a beautiful oak tree," said resident Sue Pirigel.
45, while the Pederson property is located east of the archdiocese land.
Marvin Raymona, presiqeni oi tne rvewport Environmental Action Team, wondered why the property owners had a need to annex.
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"The Roman-Catholic Church has no need for annexation," said Raymond.