McLeansboro City Council to Discuss Waterworks Bonds, TIF Applications at Tuesday Meeting

MCLEANSBORO – The McLeansboro City Council is set to discuss and take possible action on approving an ordinance authorizing up to $2,400,000 in waterworks and sewage system revenue bonds to defray the cost of acquiring, constructing, improving and extending waterworks and sewage facilities and related matters when it meets tonight at 7 at City Hall.

Council members will also look at awarding the electrical contracts for the water tower project which includes not only electricity to the site, but also the meters, those things that are inside the tower and protect it from electro-chemical corrosion, and the pumps.

The council will look at two TIF applications – one for Harold and Phyllis Vanover at 110 West Market and the other for Kelly and Paula Karcher at 101 East Main – and a TIF reimbursement request by Tim Wolf of MC Sales LLC in the amount of $5061.16.

The council is also set to discuss and possibly act on a resolution closing and/or rerouting certain state highways and/or city streets for the City Christmas Parade on Dec. 7 at 6 p.m.

The meeting is open to the public.