The Prophetstown Public Works Department has been busy over the past week hanging the holiday lights from the buildings on Main Street.
After many months and meetings, the Prophetstown Fire Protection District appears to have everyone on board for the plans to expand the Prophetstown and Lyndon stations.
The city took the first step towards the construction of a new water plant at their November meeting by hiring Willett Hofmann and Associates to do the project.
The Tampico Village Board of Commissioners met in regular session on Tuesday , November 7. Topics included the Tiger Cubbie Day Care, a building code, and internet service.
A water fee, submission of a loan application for various water projects and a warning about solicitors headlined the November Board of Trustees meeting.
The Prophetstown Public Works Department has completed an extention of a 6 inch water line from Star Road to the Prophetstown Township building on Lyndon Road.
Discussion surrounding the village’s water system was a popular topic during the October meeting of the Lyndon Board of Trustees.
One thing that makes a walk more enjoyable is being able to just walk, without having to worry about tripping on uneven or broken concrete.
Mayor Steve Swanson told the Council that he had received an estimate from the engineering firm of Willett and Hoffman to reconstruct the sidewalk from Third Street to the Riverside Motel for $82,000.
The house at 204 East Second Street was demolished on Tuesday morning by Kullerstrand Excavating from Lyndon.