For months the Knoxville City Council has considered what to do about the rising cost of electricity and ways to pay for that costs.
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Everything’s still on track for construction of an assisted living facility in Knoxville on the old PEO Home lot; however, there was some confusion over the original agreement between the City and Petersen Health Care over redevelopment.
Owners of the Knoxville Mercantile Mart went before the Zoning Board of Appeals to request a change in the zoning behind their store.
It will officially open in about a year’s time: the City of Knoxville’s brand new assisted living facility.
Knoxville Mayor Bob Johnson says the City is in decent shape and is projecting the fiscal year 2015 budget will be in the black.
Knoxville Alderman Jim McGovern did not hold back about how he feels regarding Galesburg and the Galesburg Regional Economic Development Associations new public private partnership.
During the Knoxville City Council’s last meeting in April Alderman Dave Malone brought up some concerns he had with the fees for liquor licenses.
Knoxville aldermen have been working hard to get a new contract figured out for the operation of their water and sewer plant.
City Engineer Kevan Cooper told aldermen Monday he worked with Treasurer Jim Whitney and Mayor Bob Johonson, and went over their current plant operator’s contract as well as a contract for another plant operator Cooper works with.
A decision on whether or not to continue service with Kewanee based Bock Incorporated is still up in the air.
Knoxville aldermen are considering several options for the operation of their water and sewer treatment plant, including biding out a new contract or moving the operation in-house.