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Candidates David C. (Moose) Conner and Scott Scheuer are running for a two-year seat on the Streator City Council.
Question: What projects or infrastructure would you look to address in your community and how would you do it? Answer: I would like to see the city start to oil and chip alleys in town starting with the worst ones. Read David Conner's full election questionnaire here.
Streator’s 911 ambulance service, job creation, the future of the Incubator and city improvements were among the many topics addressed Thursday night by Streator mayoral candidates Tara Bedei and Brian Crouch during a candidates forum.
Voters were given the opportunity to hear Streator City Council candidates introduce themselves and answer five questions Thursday during a candidates forum, including questions about job creation and the future of the city’s 911 ambulance service.
Streator residents will not be allowed to raise chickens at their homes, after the council reached a consensus Tuesday.
When Streator liquor license holders renew their license with the city this spring, they will have to show verification their employees have completed Beverage Alcohol Sellers and Servers Education and Training certification, known as BASSET.
The Streator Fire Department shed light on why a visit Tuesday from its new U.S. Rep. Darin LaHood, R-Dunlap, was important.
The Streator Plan Commission recommended a $15,000 facade grant for 112 N. Monroe St.
The increased price of eggs has led to more Streator residents asking City Hall about its backyard chicken ordinances, city officials said Tuesday.
After six rounds of a planned seven-round rental inspection process, Streator city officials said 81% of rental properties were in some sort of compliance with the rental registration program.
The Streator City Council finalized a tax levy Wednesday that should result in about $7.20 in savings on its portion of the tax bill for a $100,000 property.
A vacant house on South Park Street in Streator was successfully flipped by CDG Real Estate LLC.
After a developer recently was denied a $30,000 incentive from the Streator City Council to build a new Arby’s, the developer told the council Tuesday the money would be used to offset environmental costs.
The city of Streator is going to move forward on three building demolitions, totaling $32,150.
The Streator City Council nixed a $30,000 incentive to help bring an Arby’s restaurant to the city.