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At Monday’s Williamsville Village Board meeting, Public Works Director Kent Thompson said the sewer project is essentially done, with only the telemetry and operations manual left to set up/be trained on.

Williamsville Mayor Tom Yokley and Public Works Director Kent Thompson will be getting in touch with Love’s and Speedway representatives after the village had to fix a broken sewer pump at the lift station, the pair informed the village board at Monday’s 45-minute 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.

Mayor Tom Yokley reminded residents at the Monday Williamsville Village Board meeting that the multi-use trail is not open to the public yet.

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.

The Sherman Village Board officially approved its Fiscal Year 2022 budget at Tuesday’s regular meeting.

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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.