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GALENA–Fifty-five minutes of citizens comments highlighted the Monday, June 22 Galena City Council meeting. Members of the public wanted their voices heard–both for and … more
ELIZABETH–The Elizabeth Village Board, at its Wednesday, June 17 meeting, heard a complaint from resident Damarius Houghton, who lives near the new brewery. She told the board brewery patrons … more
EAST DUBUQUE–East Dubuque’s infrastructure and related issues served as bookends for the June 15 East Dubuque City Council meeting. . .at the beginning and the end. Speaking from the … more
GALENA–Meeting Wednesday, June 10, the Galena Zoning Board of Appeals made quick work of the lone agenda item. The board ratified findings of fact in the request for a special use permit to … more
STOCKTON–The Stockton Village Board approved a contract with MSA engineering for the bidding and construction engineering phase of the wastewater treatment facility at its Tuesday, June 9 … more
GALENA–The Galena City Council made quick work–14 minutes to be exact–of its Monday, June 8 meeting. The council approved an ordinance for a rezoning request from limited … more
GALENA–The Jo Daviess County Board gave final approval to Eagle Ridge Resort & Spa to move forward with map amendments on its properties at its Tuesday, June 9 meeting. The vote changed six … more
LEADMINE, Wis.–The New Diggings Town Board met at the town hall in Leadmine on Tuesday, June 9. The board approved the annual licenses for liquor, tobacco and operator’s licenses. The … more
EAST DUBUQUE–What will the future bring to East Dubuque and how can the city shape that future? Emily Legel, Northwest Illinois Economic Development (NWILED) executive director, believes the … more
EAST DUBUQUE–It took awhile to get there, but the East Dubuque City Council made a quick succession of decisions on Monday, May 18, to shore up the city’s financial situation. The … more
EAST DUBUQUE–The city of East Dubuque at its May 18 city council meeting, took steps to apply for a grant that would fund a new police station. The council agreed to proceed with the project … more
ELIZABETH–The Elizabeth Village Board met on May 20 and approved a small business gap loan of $3,000 for the Clothes Bin and The Little Valley Life. The board also: •learned only one … more
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