Nancy Curran

(Top left) Resident Nancy Curran of Thomas Ln. spoke to trustees about grade concerns on Monday night. (WSPYnews.com photos by Tyler Bachman)

A Montgomery resident of the Huntington Chase subdivision went before the Montgomery Village Board on Monday night with a concern over grade issues.

Nancy Curran of Thomas Ln. spoke to trustees.  

Montgomery Community Development Director Rich Young said the village will check out the permit on the home next to Curran's and make sure the drainage is approved in a proper fashion.

Trustee Denny Lee said he wanted to make sure the village looked into her issue and any others. He said he had previously had grade issues with a neighbor.

Director Young said regardless of a new builder, requirements for grading do not change in the village's ordinance.

Village President Matt Brolley also spoke.

In other items, Village Engineering Consultant Pete Wallers says that mast arms have been installed and should be in use by next week for a new stop light at Galena Rd. and Concord Dr.  

Wallers also says Kane County is continuing to work on the design for interim improvements along Route 30.