Raymond Kolweier. By Alex Haglund The Nashville city council meeting on Thursday, May 4, marked more than just the swearing in of new elected officials. The meeting was also the end of Mayor Raymond Kolweier’s time in office in Nashville. Kolweier took time to talk about some of the things that have happened
By Alex Haglund Aside from swearing in new officials, saying farewell to outgoing ones, and assigning new committees and appointees, the Nashville City Council Meeting held on Thursday, May 4 was a relatively brief one. Mick Eddington, present at the meeting on behalf of ABATE was there for the signing of a proclamation declaring
Retiring Nashville Mayor Raymond Kolweier said a few words on the evening of Thursday, May 4, before handing off his gavel to newly sworn in Mayor Erik Rolf. Next to Kolweier are City Treasurer Rose Ann Hunter and City Clerk Joyce Sheridan. May 4 was both of their last meeting as well. By Alex
By Jill Moon The Okawville Village Board held its monthly meeting on February 27. The board was pleased to swear in former part-time police officer Evan Ford as a full-time patrolman. They voted at their meeting last month to promote him to full-time. Patrolman Ford’s fiancee Kelsey Hovorka attended the swearing in. Mayor
Tom McFeron of The Washington County Sportsmen spoke to the Nashville City Council on March 2 to make plans for the 43rd annual kids fishing derby. By Alex Haglund Tom McFeron of the Washington County Sportsmen visited with the Nashville City Council at their regular meeting on Thursday, March 2, and talked about getting
By Alex Haglund Street Department Commissioner Rich Schuette told the council that the city’s compost site had gotten its annual surprise visit from an Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) inspector. While the site received high marks on the inspection, Schuette said that this inspector did not like the idea of the gate being left open.