Utica, Illinois Village Board news
Portable retail stalls are coming to Utica – planned for the block damaged by 2004 tornado – and the village is kicking around ways to beautify the block as a whole.
Utica had allowed residential solar panels, but only on rooftops. Not anymore.
If you live or own a business in Utica, your water rates are going up this fall – albeit for the first time in about 20 years – though they’ll remain the county’s lowest.
A timeline has emerged for constructing the portable retail stalls slated for the vacant lot at the north end of Mill Street in Utica.
Utica again has a Pawlak on the village board. Tuesday, Mayor David Stewart appointed Pete Pawlak to replace his late mother, Mary, on the Utica Village Board.
The owners of Clark’s Run Antiques in Utica got the OK on Thursday to rezone a neighboring parcel.
The Utica Village Board on Wednesday approved a $299,000 bid from Advanced Asphalt Co. to complete its street program.
Clark’s Run Antiques could undergo an expansion now that its owners have the preliminary OK to rezone a neighboring parcel.
Longtime Utica village trustee Mary Pawlak died Tuesday, May 23, 2023, following a short illness. Her colleagues remembered her for her more-than-three decades service to the village.
James Mandujano is Utica’s new chief of police.
The traffic circle in Utica still isn’t finished – contractors will have wrap-up work into June – but the roundabout at U.S. 6 and Route 178 was activated Wednesday morning.
The Bean Box received the OK to open a new location in Utica.
The Bean Box might open a new location, this one in Utica.
Construction the roundabout at Route 178 and U.S. 6 in Utica resumes Monday, weather permitting, and should be finished by mid-June.
Outdoor dining in Utica returns Friday, April 28.