Stories about Sycamore City Council in Sycamore, Illinois
The City of Sycamore will have a new city manager in the new year after a unanimous vote by the City Council on Monday to bring in Michael Hall, formerly village manager of a Milwaukee suburb.
The former village manager of a small Wisconsin suburb just north of Milwaukee, who was ousted five months ago, could be in line to become Sycamore’s next city manager. This is a developing story.
Sycamore residents have two more chances to weigh in on how much money the city of Sycamore will collect when it comes time to pay their property tax bills in the spring.
Come Dec. 1, Sycamore residents will no longer need to get their dog registered through the city dog tag program, however, rabies vaccinations are still required for pets within city limits.
It’s too soon to consider whether Sycamore residents will be able to drive golf carts and all-terrain vehicles, or ATVs, within city limits, said Sycamore aldermen Monday. They didn’t rule out a future vote, however.
Motorists in Sycamore may soon be able to drive their golf carts and all-terrain vehicles, or ATVs, within city limits. It’s part of a proposal up for Sycamore City Council preliminary consideration Monday.
The City of Sycamore is one step closer to choosing a contractor for its lead water service line replacement project, an ongoing plan city officials said will address residents’ concerns about water quality in their homes.
Sycamore city officials say they are starting to reach out to residents who would be most affected by the City’s proposed plan to create a new tax increment finance, or TIF, district.
Sycamore residents will have a chance next month to weigh on a proposed tax increment financing district in the city.
Sycamore residents with lead water service pipes will now be able to get a lump sum check from the city for replacing the lines, as opposed to utility bill credits.