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The Streator Plan Commission recommended four facade grants for businesses, but it is not certain if the city will have the money to move forward with them.
Streator Mayor Tara Bedei said the city is not entertaining any more liquor license requests for gaming parlors at this time, but the city intends to add some liquor licenses available to prospective restaurants.
An abandoned house on South Park Street in Streator is slated for renovations after the city sold it to CDG Real Estate LLC.
The Streator Plan Commission recommended Tuesday the former Sherman School building may be used as a K-12 school. That does not mean the vacant building will become a school, however, a deed restriction remains on the property, the school district says.
Streator will be using Connecting Point in Peru to provide information technology support.
Streator is poised to provide 911 ambulance service beginning Oct. 1.
The pieces of Streator’s 911 ambulance service are coming together.
The public hearing on whether or a not Adonai Ministries of Aurora can open a school at the former location of Sherman School in Streator has been tabled after the city was made aware of a deed restriction on the property.
The final version of the contract with American Medical Response Solutions isn’t yet set in stone, although Streator City Manager David Plyman expects it will be ready by next week’s city council meeting.
The city of Streator bought a refurbished ambulance at a cost of $164,000 with a mid-September delivery and also bought an ambulance from the city of Ottawa to serve as a back-up at a price of $50,000.
The city of Streator will have one of its own ambulances for $50,000 thanks to a deal struck with Ottawa to purchase a 2014 Ford F450.
The Streator City Council reached a consensus Monday to contract American Medical Response Solutions to provide 911 ambulance service for the community, now Wednesday the council gave permission for the city manager and fire chief to buy ambulances for AMR to use.
Construction may start Thursday to repave Fulton Street in Streator.
The Streator City Council will have to wait for another special City Council meeting to announce American Medical Response Solutions as the city’s new official ambulance provider, but the council came to a consensus in favor of it Monday during a special meeting.
The Streator City Council will discuss further the future of emergency ambulance service at 6 p.m. Monday, June 20, but the next time it meets its options will be narrowed.