Stories about Sycamore City Council in Sycamore, Illinois
After a year and a half, Sycamore city officials gave the green light for city staff to post the city’s 2021 comprehensive plan during the City Council meeting this week.
More than a month after Illinois moved into Phase 5 of the Restore Illinois plan, City of Sycamore officials announced masks will go back to being required for all employees and visitors in government buildings as virus cases trend upwards.
“We went through a lot of PPE,” Polarek said. “Fortunately, we had a good supply to start.” Sycamore Fire Chief Pete Polarek presented the department's annual report this week, amid the challenges firefighters and paramedics faced during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sycamore city officials approved an infrastructure agreement with a well-known local developer nearly two years after a fire destroyed a building of the St. Albans Green apartment complex and displaced more than 120 residents.
Nearly two years after fire destroyed building B of St. Albans Green apartment complex displacing more than 120 residents, a local developer continues the rebuild process and will head Monday to the Sycamore City Council.
Sycamore city council approves new developer to build dozens of townhomes in North Grove Crossings
Another tax increment finance district could be coming to Sycamore, as the city council gave its go-ahead to conduct a feasibility study for the proposed TIF on the north side of town.
Sycamore’s North Grove Crossings subdivision could soon have a new developer, part of a plan by city officials to ensure housing is built on the remainder of the lots left vacant by a previous developer.
Another tax increment finance district could be coming to Sycamore, as the city council on Tuesday will consider a proposal to conduct a feasibility study for the proposed TIF on the north side of town.
As a class-action lawsuit against the city related to water quality continues, Sycamore city officials recently approved a $99,200 agreement to complete design and bidding services for the City’s 2022 water main and street improvements plan.