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The Monticello City Council took care of some end-of-year business at a short, 25-minute meeting on Monday, Dec. 8. Included was approval of the 2015 budget, as well as the tax levy ordinance.
The Bement village board was in a giving mood during its monthly meeting just before the holidays.
A year ago when the Bement Village Board decided to shell out around $18,000 in engineering fees to draft plans for a Safe Routes to Schools grant, some saw it as a gamble.
Joel Ripper hopes a third application for a special use permit will be the charm, but it apparently will not result in a shooting range for his rural White Heath property.
As the grand jury decision was announced in Missouri Monday not to indict a police officer for the fatal shooting of an 18-year-old, Monticello Police Chief John Carter was outlining his case to install cameras in all eight of his squad cars.
What’s next for Monticello school facilities?
The Monticello school board will hold a special meeting Dec.
What's next for Monticello school facilities?
That seemed to be the consensus of school board members Wednesday in their first meeting since voters turned down a ballot question to build a new high school.
Piatt County’s plat map has officially gone digital.
Monticello was recently ranked 43rd on a list of the top suburbs in America, but it ranked even higher when the same online publication figured out what it felt were the suburbs with the best value.
Topping the list was Peoria-area suburb Morton, and Monticello came in 21st, according to Business Insider, a business and technology news website.