LUETKEHANS, BRADY, GARNER & ARMSTRONG uses its extensive land use, environmental and zoning experience to represent numerous clients. We represent both public and private clients in litigation and regulatory matters related to environmental law and has done so for the past 30 years. The impressive experience means that Phil Luetkehans has been appointed to be the Hearing Officer in waste transfer siting hearings for both the County of DuPage and the Village of Round Lake Park. Further, we have represented private and public clients in landfill siting hearings and related pollution control issues throughout Illinois. Our practice has included appearing on behalf of clients in both litigation and regulatory issues with the IEPA. We have also litigated and appeared at public hearings on many other environmental issues, including those related to O’Hare Airport expansion, landfills and noise pollution.
In the past 5 years alone, LBGA
has assisted its clients in over…
In re Application for Local Siting Approval for Groot Industries Lake Transfer Station, Case 2013-01. In this application for siting of a waste transfer station in the Village of Round Lake Park, Mr. Luetkehans was the hearing officer on behalf of Village and conducted the hearing (and issued a written recommendation following the hearing as required by the Illinois Environmental Protection Act). Phil Luetkehans managed all aspects of the hearing, including establishing procedural rules for the hearing and ruling on substantive objections and motions. Mr. Luetkehans’ recommendation was followed by the Village Board and was upheld upon appeal.
In re Application for Local Siting Approval for the West DuPage Recycling & Transfer Facility, Case 2003-01. In this application for siting of a waste transfer station in West Chicago, Mr. Luetkehans was the hearing officer on behalf of DuPage County and conducted the hearing (which lasted 14 days) and issued a written recommendation following the hearing. Mr. Luetkehans managed all aspects of the hearing, including establishing procedural rules for the hearing to ruling on objections and the admissibility of evidence.