The Daily Herald interviewed Village Administrator Peter Scalera and Village President Franco Coladipietro about upcoming hearings about the Four Seasons Indian Lakes:

Now it appears the planning and zoning commission might soon begin its formal review of the plan to transform Indian Lakes’ former golf course into a neighborhood with hundreds of houses for empty-nesters. The process will include a series of public hearings.

“We’re trying to move as quickly as possible so we can hopefully schedule something in the coming months,” Village Administrator Peter Scalera said Thursday. “It may be in December, but it could be January.”…

Under the plan, the proposed subdivision for residents 55 and older would be called Four Seasons at Indian Lakes and have 535 ranch-style houses and a centrally located “amenity center.”

A spokesman for the project said the new neighborhood would generate about $4.9 million in annual tax revenue for school districts and other local governments….

Village President Franco Coladipietro said the public hearings will be key because the village board wants feedback from Bloomingdale residents before making a final decision on the project.

“This is a community decision,” Coladipietro said. “We want community input and need residents to come and talk about the proposed development.

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