The color scheme for Taylorville’s new water plant was decided, and the new TIF districts are in the final steps of being completed after Tuesday night’s city council meeting.
Taylorville mayor Bruce Barry says the council wants the new water treatment plant to blend into its neighborhood.
One of the two TIF districts is now at a point where a public hearing will be held before the council votes on the completion of the districts. That hearing is anticipated to be scheduled before the second council meeting in March. Barry says the second TIF district is progressing, and the district on the northwest side of the city could be operational by April.
The next city council meeting is scheduled for March 5 at 7 p.m. at the Taylorville Municipal Building.