Galesburg Alderman Peter Schwartzman is asking for the City Council to convene an emergency meeting for discussion on how the city has begun to shut off water service for customers with delinquent bills.
A Galesburg citizen came to the City Council meeting Monday night to ask Aldermen to make Election Day an official city holiday and got some backing from a council member.
Everything from the sanitary district to police and anything in between is getting a look at the City of Galesburg’s comprehensive plan.
Todd Thompson got a two-year extension of his employment agreement to remain as Galesburg City Manager at last night’s City Council meeting.
In a 4-3 vote last night, Galesburg aldermen decided to no longer pursue re-developing the Broad Street Armory into a recreation and community center–at least, not with the earmarked funding source of $3.45 million from a bond