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Construction coming to Plainfield Road, Collins St., St. Pat's Area and other parts of city
Terry Morris will pay $13,975 in settlement accepted by State Board of Elections
Opponents blast plan for East Side quarry
Settlement offer on $27,949 fine on Wednesday agenda for State Board of Elections
Company wants to blast at quarry near Richards Street and Sandall Place
Challenges can be based on technicalities, but others are obvious.
Christopher Parker also stays on ballot after Joliet electoral board rejects petition challenge.
Gregory Lee is not getting on ballot after having filed petitions to run for both mayor and city counicl.
Catholic Charities, Holsten Human Capital Development, the Latino Economic Development Association and Easterseals get federal CDBG money.
Mudron suggests more options for credit and validating parking.
O'Dekirk, Terry Morris, six others file on last day to submit petitions for April 4 city election.
Councilwoman says city decision to abandon bridge came 'back to bite us in the butt."
The City Council votes Tuesday on a proposal to allow blasting at the quarry where other methods are used now.
A public hearing on the city's $572 million budget is Tuesday
Kevin Sing, former village administrator in Manhattan, now finance director in Joliet.