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Taylorville City Council Meets; Recognizes Junior High Cross Country Team

The Taylorville Junior High Cross Country team was honored at City Council this evening during a short Taylorville City Council Meeting.  An ordinance adding section 3-3-21 for limiting the number of liquor licenses with video gaming was tabled for the full council to appear as both Megan Bryant and Doug Brown missed the meeting.


During City Attorney Update, Rocci Romano informed the council that the IRS is trying to give the city a penalty for $66,000 for failure to submit W2 requirements by January 31st, 2022.  Romano says they’re going to look into this. 



Taylorville Mayor Bruce Barry praised Chillifest, saying that it was one of the best events he attended. He also says that he continues to work with the EPA to get everything taken care of on the Ameren Remediation Project.



All motions set in front of the board under committee reports were approved. The council went into closed session to discuss salaries for the Taylorville Police Department. The next City Council meeting is set for November 6th. 

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