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Posted on: March 26, 2020

Executive Orders: Vehicle Sticker, Business License, Liquor License Deadline & Other Program Changes


Through executive orders during the Local State of Emergency, the Mayor is able to adjust ordinances, policies, and programs to address emerging issues resulting from the coronavirus pandemic.  Roselle Mayor Andy Maglio issued four executive orders on March 25, 2020, that lay out specific guidelines for changes in:

  • liquor licensing;
  • payroll and routine bill payment;
  • deadlines for vehicle sticker and business license payments, and senior utility tax rebate applications; and
  • the continuance of a Zoning Board of Appeals Meeting originally scheduled for March 25, 2020.

“The intention of many of these changes is to provide relief to Village of Roselle residents and businesses during these uncertain times,” said Mayor Maglio.

Executive Order 2020-01 extends the expiration of current liquor licenses issued by the Village of Roselle to July 31, 2020, back from the original April 30 date, and also allows restaurant and bars in the Village that hold liquor licenses to sell beer and wine for carry out and off-premises consumption as long it is sold with food orders.

Executive Order 2020-02 provides for the continuation of the Zoning Board of Appeals meeting that was originally scheduled for March 25, 2020. The continued meeting will be held on April 15, 2020, at 7:00 p.m. at Village Hall to consider two yard setback petitions.

Executive Order 2020-03 authorizes the Director of Finance to pay all payroll and routine bills without prior authorization by the Village Board. This is a procedural change that allows the Village to continue conducting business following the cancellation of March 23, 2020, Village Board meeting.

Executive Order 2020-04 extends the due dates for business licenses, vehicle stickers, and for applications for the Senior Utility Tax Rebate in Roselle. The new deadline for business licenses is May 30, 2020, (pushed back from the original April 30 deadline), and the new deadline for vehicle sticker purchases is July 31, 2020 (pushed back from May 31), with late fees for these payments adjusted to the newly established deadlines. This order also extends the deadline for Senior Utility Tax Rebate applications to May 30, 2020 (back from April 30).

Please see the Coronavirus Information page for timely updates.

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