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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…

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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.

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.

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.

Boo! on the Boulevard is still occurring later this month in Williamsville, but there will be some adjustments to account for COVID-19, the Williamsville Village Board was informed at Tuesday’s meeting.

After an hour’s worth of discussion, the Williamsville School Board voted 5-2 to alter its Return to School plan at Tuesday’s meeting.

Sherman Mayor Trevor Clatfelter is confident that the village will be able to withstand significant loss of revenues brought on by the pandemic, as the village board passed a balanced budget at a Tuesday meeting.

The Williamsville School Board spent almost two hours Monday night in open session, with an hour hearing from BLDD Architects and O’Shea Builders about the upcoming construction projects and the balance of the remaining time on reopening school.

Looking to recoup some of its costs, especially in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Village of Sherman is looking to impose usage fees on various village properties, but there was some vocal pushback on ball diamonds and some of the other park fees during a 75-minute meeting Tuesday night.

Williamsville Superintendent Tip Reedy said Monday at the school board meeting that he hopes school will begin on time and in person in August, though he knows a lot of things must happen before a final decision is made.