Williamsville Mayor Tom Yokley said at last week’s village board meeting that a rate increase needs to be on the table for water and sewer.
The Village of Williamsville did not have an easy time finding a new squad car to purchase, but the Village Board still was able to approve a purchase at Monday’s regular meeting.
Williamsville Superintendent Tip Reedy informed the school board last week that the district audit was “good” and that the findings from the auditors have already been corrected.
After a budget hearing where Superintendent Tip Reedy provided an in-depth update on the school financial situation, the Williamsville School Board approved the budget at last Wednesday’s regular monthly meeting.
A letter will go out to Williamsville residents about not hooking up to the sanitary sewer system, it was stated at Monday’s Village Board meeting.
Building on conversation from the last meeting, the Williamsville Village Board is considering much stiffer penalties for those who violate the sump pump ordinance, Mayor Tom Yokley said at Monday’s meeting.
Though it is not a huge problem in the Village of Sherman, the board Tuesday night amended its peddling/solicitation ordinance to expressly prohibit any solicitors in town who are in town trying to make a profit.
Delivery for the new 2021 Chevy Tahoe for the Sherman Police Department has been delayed significantly, so the Village Board approved the purchase of another vehicle that will be delivered much quicker at Tuesday's regular meeting.
Recent vandalism at the park has already been solved because of the Village of Williamsville’s camera security system, it was stated at Monday’s regular board meeting.
In this week's Sun-Times, the school board story said that the baseball, softball, and soccer fields will all be getting lights as part of the construction upgrades. However, those items were on an older 'alternate' list, and have since been removed from the construction plans. The newspaper…
As much as he wanted to do otherwise, Williamsville Superintendent Tip Reedy recommended at Monday’s regular school board meeting to keep the current four-day in-person learning plan in place for the rest of the school year.
After months of negotiations, the Williamsville Village Board on Monday approved a contract with the Illinois Fraternal Order of Police’s Labor Council Monday for its police officers.
As the Village of Williamsville prepares to sell the Richardson Subdivision lots, it is expected to save about $112,000 in costs by doing infrastructure work in house, Trustee Patrick Gettleman said at the village board meeting Monday.
The Village of Sherman last week approved ordinances to purchase three new vehicles while also refinancing bonds from five years ago as part of a new bond issue to do some much-needed street improvements.
The recent switch to four-day, full in-person learning is “going pretty well,” Superintendent Tip Reedy told the Williamsville School Board Tuesday night.
Central Illinois experienced some winter weather this week, but the Williamsville Village Board was thinking of spring at its Monday meeting, setting the all-town garage sale and clean-up day for May 1.
The Village of Sherman received much more money than expected from its recent surplus sale, the village board was informed last Tuesday night.
Superintendent Tip Reedy continues to be optimistic about the expansion of in-person learning, though precautions will continue to be taken.
The Williamsville Village Board officially passed an ordinance at Monday’s meeting that will raise water rates by 5 percent as of the February billing cycle.
The Williamsville School District plans to open the second semester with one week of full remote learning, it was announced at the school board meeting Monday night.
The Sherman Village Board declared its annual surplus from the TIF at Tuesday’s regular meeting, which means multiple area taxing bodies will be receiving a bit more in their coffers this holiday season.
Plans for the Community Foundation Christmas Parade Dec. 13 are on hold after concerns raised by the Williamsville Village Board at Monday’s regular meeting.
Superintendent Tip Reedy is planning on students returning to in-person learning Dec. 1, and he presented the school board with different options at Monday’s regular meeting.