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Thursday, April 19, 2018
Sen. Chapin Rose (R-Mahomet) started off his discussion with Illinois Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) Acting Director Beverly Walker with one question.
Village of Rantoul Board of Fire and Police Commissioners met Wednesday, April 18.
Rantoul Village Board of Trustees met Tuesday, April 17.
Village of Pesotum Board of Trustees met Wednesday, March 7.
Village of Bismarck Board met Tuesday, April 17.
City of Urbana Plan Commission met Thursday, April 19.
City of Urbana Civil Service Commission met Wednesday, April 18.
Twenty two offenders released on parole in October live in Illinois zip code 61801, according to Illinois Department of Corrections data obtained by Chambana Sun.
With the amount it's obligated to pay pensioners outpacing the funds it has on hand, 65.8 percent of the Hoopeston Police Pension Fund fund is funded, according to the latest data reported to the Illinois Department of Insurance Pension Division.
Of the 651 fire and police pension funds in Illinois, more than 400 were underfunded by cities in 2016, including six funds serving cities in the Champaign area.
Cunningham, Mahomet and Rantoul employ the fewest government workers per capita among townships in Illinois, according to 2017 Illinois State Comptroller financial reports.
A home buyer who paid $161,000 to purchase a home on Oct. 10 paid the top home sale price for Longview in 2017.
Seven Republicans took the podium at an impromptu press conference to reject yet another Democrat imposed tax hike.
City of Urbana Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee met Tuesday, April 17.
Urbana City Council met Monday, April 16.
Champaign County RFP 2018-001 Evaluation Review Committee met Monday, April 16.
Champaign County Executive Style of Government Transition Committee met Monday, April 16.
Champaign County Board will meet at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, April 19.
Piatt County Board met Wednesday, April 11.