The Grundy County Local Emergency Planning Committee approved the budget as proposed at a meeting Tuesday. Secretary Kelli Hillerman reports anticipated expenses for the local emergency planning committee include nearly 26 hundred dollars ($2,565) for Hazardous Materials dues, $200 for training, and $100 each for meetings and Tier 2 (II) notices, for a total of […]
The utility committee will recommend to the Trenton City Council to make some changes in the TMU shut off policy in an effort to reduce the number of late notices, the shut-off notices, and re-connect fees. With payments due by the 18th, bills are sent a shut-off notice with a date when shut off will […]
September is National Emergency Preparedness Month and Grundy County Emergency Management Director Glen Briggs says this month’s purpose is to promote preparedness for emergencies that may strike in communities and get persons thinking about what they would do in an emergency. Information regarding emergency preparedness is included in the Grundy County Emergency Operations Plan which […]
The Princeton City Council at their latest meeting approved several contracts for the Princeton Chamber of Commerce for Calamity Jane Days. Deputy City Clerk Cory Willett reports the service contracts were for $450 for marching bands and Battle of the Bands, $400 for ice cream and music after the tractor cruise, $400 for the Saturday […]
An application deadline of August 17th has been set by the City of Trenton for applications to fill the position of Police Chief. The salary range is from $49,000 to $60,000 per year. Minimum requirements for the position are five years of law enforcement experience, with two years as a Police Chief, an Assistant Chief, […]
Misdemeanor charges have been dismissed in Division One of Grundy County Circuit Court for a Trenton man. Prosecuting Attorney Carrie Lamm Clark filed notices of dismissal Wednesday for Terry Delauder, Junior’s charges of driving while revoked or suspended – first offense. Delauder was charged March 27th and April 11th, 2017.
Livingston County Sheriff Steve Cox reports Livingston Circuit Clerk Brenda Wright recently furnished the sheriff’s office with 450 questionnaires for prospective jurors to serve on the next pool for jury trials in Livingston County. By law, the circuit clerk of each county obtains the names and provides that information to the sheriff for service. The […]