Government - Local
DeKALB – The public will have a chance Tuesday to weigh in on the city of DeKalb’s budget for the fiscal year that starts July 1.
SYCAMORE – Sycamore restaurants can now serve alcohol an hour earlier on Sundays.
SYCAMORE – A northern Sycamore subdivision is on its way toward future developments.
DeKalb Park District is applying for grant that would equal $400,000 for work
DeKALB – The new DeKalb police station is 60 percent finished, and should be complete by November, the city official overseeing the project says.
Board officials approve residents’ relocation from flood plain
DeKALB – Despite concerns about how to get its money back if the business fails, the DeKalb City Council has agreed to loan the owners of Lincoln Inn Restaurant $355,000 to convert one of the old DeKalb Clinic buildings into a banquet hall.
Aldermen: Using TIFs to convert multifamily homes needs more study
DeKalb County residents should have received their property tax bills this week.
DeKALB – The city soon could buy multifamily houses to convert them into single-family homes in the Ellwood Historic Neighborhood, which is northwest of downtown DeKalb.
DeKALB – DeKalb park commissioners want to reach out to their Sycamore counterparts about the possibility of building a pool together.
SYCAMORE – Outdoor events in Sycamore can now be held on the same day.
Board director: Next step is signing state contract to get $8.5M grant
DeKALB – DeKalb School District 428 officials are exploring the implementation of a permanent early childhood/pre-kindergarten education program.
SYCAMORE – The city of Sycamore is honoring its annual commitment to help fund local nonprofit organizations.
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