The Taylorville City Council is set to meet this evening for their bi-monthly city council meeting. After presenting the FFA Livestock Judging Team with the Youth of the Month, the board will review the minutes and discuss the salaries of the Aldermen for the City of Taylorville and discuss a business district agreement development.
The board will review an intergovernmental agreement with Pana for the bike trail project and the downtown grant. The board plans to approve the police department transitioning from Verizon to First Net with AT&T. The board will look to approve a new vehicle for the cemetery board. Chillifest and the Car Show will be approved and the board will discuss Family Dollar getting a Class B Liquor License including extended Sunday sales.
Under committee reports, the board will look into an IDNR 50/50 grant, approve an actuator for the water treatment plant and an excavator, and the board will look at a motion to allow any and all classifications of liquor license holders to be eligible to opt-in for extended Sunday Sales from 6 AM until Noon and pay an additional liquor license fee of $100 for extended Sunday Sales, or $300 in total for any establishment adding regular plus extended Sunday sales.
The board will hear from the City Attorney and Taylorville Mayor Bruce Barry, along with any members of the public who wish to speak. Stay tuned to Regional Radio News at the conclusion of the meeting for more on what took place.