Streator, Illinois City Council news
A Streator event organizer is asking the Streator City Council to allow alcohol and admission sales to put on a concert next summer at the Plumb Pavilion in City Park.
Timothy Geary was unanimously appointed Thursday by the City Council to fill the vacancy left when Joe Scarbeary resigned to accept a full-time position as the city’s building inspector.
The Streator City Council agreed to spend $84,221 of its $891,318 in federal COVID-19 relief funding on a public works truck.
Five candidates have applied to fill the vacant Streator City Council seat.
Streator residents who live on the 100-200 block of Ponderosa Place, the 20-300 block of Sequoia Drive, the 100-200 block of Willow Drive, the 100 block of Phillips Street, Boys Road in Oak Hills, Ridge Place, Oakland Place, the 200-700 block of Fourth Street or the 100 to 300 block of North Colorado Street will get an opportunity to drive home on a better roadway come 2023.
Streator will try again for funding to install sidewalks connecting Kimes School with Main Street.
After four years on the Streator City Council, Joe Scarbeary resigned Wednesday night to accept a job as the city’s full-time building inspector.
The Streator City Council will vote Wednesday to buy a parking lot on the 100 block of South Sterling Street that will add 10 to 20 public spaces in the city’s downtown.
Streator residents are throwing away nearly 30% more solid waste than in 2019.
The Streator City Council did its part to ensure the 12th Street reconstruction project stays on schedule.