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Feb 27, 2020
After century in Mount Prospect, Busse flower shop bolts for Rolling Meadows - Chicago Daily Herald
Monday the business is moving from its current location at 100 E. Northwest Hwy. to a new home at 3445 Kirchoff Road in Rolling Meadows.
Seils, who runs the business with her husband, Paul Seils, said they hoped for a Dec. 1 opening in Rolling Meadows, but difficulty in getting the flower cooler moved has made that unlikely. The shop has to be out of its downtown Mount Prospect location by the end of the year, she said.
Seils said the potential redevelopment of the business's current home led to the decision to move.
"The bottom line is the uncertainty of that block," she said. "We know the fire station, we know the police station are (leaving) next year."
In May 2018, Mount Prospect officials announced they would be seeking redevelopment proposals for Block 56, the area bounded by Northwest Highway, Maple Street, Busse Avenue and Emerson Street. The area encompasses the current police and fire headquarters, as well as Busse's Flowers and Emerson's Ale House.
At the time, Ed Busse, the manager of the company that owns the Busse's Flowers building, said, "Our renters are scared, not sleeping at night and will probably move."
Despite guarantees their business wouldn't be forced out, the Seils decided not to chance it and found a new home.
"I guess we just wanted to be proactive," Linda Seils said. "We wanted to make sure that all of a sudden they don't come to ... Dec 18, 2019
Busse Flowers Plans To Leave; Three Potential Developers For Block 56 - Journal & Topics Newspapers Online
Chase Bank office building in downtown Mount Prospect.
Mount Prospect business Busse Flowers announced on its shop door that operations are moving to Rolling Meadows by the end of the year. But when Busse Flowers moves by December and the village’s nearby Police/Fire Headquarters move by April 2020, what will happen to Block 56?
Block 56, sometimes referred to the Chase Bank and Public Safety block, is landlocked by Northwest Highway, Maple Street, Busse Avenue and Emerson Street. Currently, the Chase building (111 E. Busse Ave.), Emerson’s Ale House (113 S. Emerson St.), the Police/Fire Headquarters (112 E. Northwest Hwy.), Mount Prospect Eye Care (104 E. Northwest Hwy.) and Busse Flowers (100 E. Northwest Hwy.), along with a few other businesses make up Block 56.
In September, village officials sent out a request for proposals (RFP), attempting to interest developers seeking to develop where the current police and fire department headquarters are. Village Manager Michael Cassady told the Journal that the village received three proposals during the open time frame.
Director of Community Development Bill Cooney said that each of the thre... Jun 14, 2018
Plum Grove Garden Club plants flowers, vegetables at Clearbrook group homes
Its members live in Arlington Heights, Cary, Palatine and Rolling Meadows, and it turns out, their new initiative blossomed and yielded benefits not even these lifelong gardeners could have predicted.
"We call it garden therapy because the residents can do it with us," said Connie Sanofsky of Palatine. "It's a sensory activity, where they can learn about how to grow flowers and vegetables, and enjoy the benefits afterward."
The six men who live in the Whitcomb group home eagerly donned work gloves to help plant flowers in front of their raised ranch home.
While a pair of landscaping companies -- Bolder Landscaping in Mount Prospect and Acres Group in Plainfield -- donated the mulch and helped to trim and reshape the beds, the gardeners got down on their hands and knees to plant the flowers.
They ranged from perennials, such as purple coneflowers, black-eyed Susans and day lilies; to annuals that included begonias, marigolds and petunias, as well as rose bushes, ground cover and native grasses.
"This is fun -- and rewarding," said Kay Marguerite of Palatine, a near 40-year member of the garden club. "And it's nice to see all the residents working hard and so excited about this."
Mostly, the clients were interested in the vegetable garden, planted in a raised bed in the backyard. The chance to cultivate their own garden sparked memories -- and conversation -- about ... May 25, 2017
How Flowers Became a Powerful Symbol in Times of Resistance
Let’s start with daisies, the flora of little girls’ swimsuits and pinafores. Daisies scattered over rolling meadows — the kind with a light breeze, a beautiful bride, a few tumbling puppies. Or the depletion of white petals in the hands of a young woman. A “loves me, loves me not” ritual. Try to think of something that telegraphs innocence like a daisy. You can’t do it.Then there’s the rose. A rose will woo you, it will seduce you, it will teach you to love, and when the time is right, it will ask for forgiveness. But you’d best keep up because a rose brings with it a dark side. Subversive. This flower is also the hallmark of the wicked. It’s the one that lures you in, pricks your finger, makes you suffer, delivers you to reckoning. Don’t believe it? Just ask that prince who spent all those years as a hideous beast.You May Also LikeA demonstrator offers a flower to military police at a Vietnam War protest in 1967.(Photo Courtesy of National Archives)Flowers are never just flowers. The decrepit ones in Miss Havisham’s hair. The enticing ones that lulled Dorothy to sleep. The pansies t... (Allure Magazine)Sep 28, 2016
Girls tennis scoreboard: Tuesday, Sept. 27 results
Pal) d. Siewsrichel/Xiong 6-1, 6-3; No.3: Levecke/Bachman (Pal) d. P.Patel/Cauttwake 6-3, 6-2; No.4: Tallikar/Ortiz (Pal) d. Sosa/H.Patel 6-4, 6-3.
Rolling Meadows 7, Wheeling 0
Singles -- No.1: Nikolova (RM) d. Aoraha 6-0, 6-1 No.2: Grant (RM) d. Lucas 6-0, 6-2; No.3: Weingart (RM) d. Fister 6-0, 6-0 Doubles -- No.1: Differding/Peric (RM) d. Nguyen/Miller 6-3, 6-4; No.2: Dacy/Thakkar (RM) d. Bernacho/Semenets 6-3, 6-2; No.3: Abernethy/Sheridan (RM) d. Shirley/Murphy 6-2, 6-1; No.4: Soto/Stubing (RM) d. Mendieta/Escobar 6-1, 6-7(3-7), 6-4.
Glenbard South 3, IC Catholic Prep 2
Singles -- No.1: Hodyl (IC) d. Campbell 6-2, 6-2; No.2: Gage (IC) d. Kwon 6-5, 6-3; No.3: Lowersky (GS) d. DeCarlo 6-2, 6-3.
Doubles -- No.1: Jennings/Long (GS) d. Gibler/Lee 6-1, 6-0; No.2: Jester/Taylor (GS) d. Maloney/Wagner 6-0, 6-0; No.3: Palmieri/Gasparro (GS) d. Colorado/Curtin 6-1, 6-0
Neuqua Valley 7, Lake Park 0
Singles -- No.1: Chen (NV) d. Pasquini 6-0, 6-2; No.2: Murali (NV) d. Belmonte 6-0, 6-0; No.3: Cyrus (NV) d. Lipi 6-1, 6-0.
Doubles -- No.1: Beck/Neuman (NV) d. Casey/Rainey 6-0, 6-1; No.2: Harland/Mata (NV) d. Chernyahiusky/Halles 6-0, 6-0; No.3: Wu/Starr (NV) d. Patel/Salal 6-3, 6-2; No.4: NV d. McComb/Paskon 6-3, 6-0.
Ottawa 5, Kaneland 2
St. Charles East 5, St. Charles North 2
Singles -- No.1: Thomas (SCN) d. Gapuz 6-2, 3-6, 6-4; No.2: Boeke (SCN) d. McCarthy 1-6, 6-3, 6-2; No.3: Dhar (SCE) d. Kramer 6-1, 6-0.
Doubles -- No.1: Navid/Petrov (SCE) d. Arbir/Warner 2-6, 7-6 (7), 7-6 (7); No.2: Field/Patzner (SCE) d. Underwager/Oshana 4-6, 7-6 (7), 6-2; No.3: Gershun/McDermott (SCE) Wells/Brown 6-2, 7-6 (6); No.4: Melone/Maldonado (SCE) d. Duncan/Kallas 6-2, 5-7, 6-4.
Yorkville 4, Rosary 3
Singles -- No.1: Graft (R) d. Hatch 10-5; No.2: Perez (Y) d. Dassis 10-5; No.3: Russelburg (Y) d. Thoms 10-7.
Doubles -- No.1: Keane/Pickering (Y) d. Ford/Hawkins 10-4; No.2: Kosulic/Romana (Y) d. Konen/Vander Linde 10-7; No.3: Novack/Bancroft (R) d. Pacetti/Runge 10-2; No.4: Peters/Di Iorio (R) d. Mohr/Crumpton 10-1.
Jacobs 5, Elk Grove 2
Singles -- No.1: Je.Vujanic (EG) d. Steinkamp 6-0, 6-0; No.2: Jo.Vujanic (EG) d. Seong 6-2, 6-1; No.3: Cunningham (J) d. Choporis 6-0, 6-0.
Doubles -- No.1: Toomire/Skepnek (J) d. Oda/Szull 6-3, 6-2; No.2: Beyer/Gilman (J) d. Bharker/Murugeson 6-1, 6-0; No.3: Japkowski/Nissankula (J) d. Wojnorowska 6-0, 6-0; No.4: Nichols/Shi... (Chicago Daily Herald)Sep 21, 2016
Boys golf scoreboard: Saturday, Sept. 17 results
Loyola Acad. 304, St. Charles East 307, Lake Forest 308, Prospect 309, Stevenson 313, Maine South 316, Glenbrook North 316, Libertyville 317, Rolling Meadows 318, Wheaton Warrenville South 320, Highland Park 324, St. Charles North 324, St. Viator 328, Nazareth Acad. 338, Hersey 344, Evanston 348, Notre Dame 351, Conant 356, Elk Grove 357, Wheeling 364, Buffalo Grove 365, Niles West 368, Latin School 31, Niles North 434.
Top 10 individuals -- 1. Calbi (Bar) 65 (course record), 2. Bussel (Stev) 71, 3. Bertke (StCE) 71, 4. Dolan (Bar) 73, 5. McCarthy (Gbkn) 73, 6. Garmoe (Pros) 73, 7. Thomas (LF) 73, 8. Muehlschlegel (StCN) 74, 9. Lim (Bar) 74, 10. Prassas (Loy) 75.
... (Chicago Daily Herald)
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