Government - Local
SYCAMORE – A Sycamore contractor was approved by city officials to help fix the deteriorating sidewalks around the city.
Status of executive director still unknown
DeKALB – The DeKalb Library Board formally approved the contracts of Nagle Hartray and Owner Services Group as the architect and owner’s representative, respectively, for the library’s expansion project Wednesday.
DeKalb aldermen signed off on the budget for the fiscal year that begins July 1, but they already are setting future goals for themselves.
SYCAMORE – Residents walking by the corner of East Exchange and North Walnut streets in Sycamore will see a hole instead of a house.
DeKALB – Rudy Espiritu, who holds the city’s No. 2 administrator spot, was named acting city manager until DeKalb aldermen find a replacement for Mark Biernacki.
Alderman opposes district along Sycamore Road
DeKALB – The DeKalb City Council is expected to vote today on a number of tweaks to the city’s $77.4 million budget for the fiscal year that begins July 1, but it might not be approved until later this month.
DeKALB – First Rockford Group, a Rockford-based development firm, has a contract to purchase the former Nelson Veterinarian property, which sits south of the former Small’s Furniture building demolished this week.
DeKALB – DeKalb Public Library leaders’ decision to renovate the current space while building a massive expansion won’t cost taxpayers any more money, library Director Dee Coover said Thursday.
SYCAMORE – Most Sycamore Park District’s Community Wide Strategic Planning Team members agreed Thursday on what future projects were the most important – and that a referendum might be in the district’s future.
SYCAMORE – The Sycamore Park District is ready to move forward.
DeKALB – DeKalb looked very different when Mark Biernacki began working for the city as its community development director in 1989.
SYCAMORE – The demolition and reconstruction of a prominent property along DeKalb Avenue will be underway soon.
CORTLAND – Waste Management might spend months obtaining permits to expand its landfill in Cortland Township, after one legal battle against it ended and a smaller one continues.
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