Local Government

PFPD Swears In New Chief

Gerald Armstrong was sworn in as of the new fire chief of the Prophetstown Fire Protection District and Arian Landheer was sworn in as the new assistant chief during their May meeting.

Green Elected Park District President

The Prophetstown Park District Board of Commissioners elected a new president during their May meeting after Board President Jason Taylor submitted his resignation.

Bulky Drop-off Begins Saturday

The City of Prophetstown will start its annual Bulky Waste Drop-off on Saturday. 

City Signs Agreement For New Water Plant

The Prophetstown City Council approved an agreement with Willett Hofmann & Associates engineering firm to construct a new well and water treatment facility. 

Vehicle Break-In Suspect Arrested

The reecnt rash of vehicle break-ins in Prophetstown may have been resolved with the arrest of Prophestown man on Thursday.

Lyndon To Add Water Fee

Lyndon residents will see an increase in their water bills in ? after village trustees approved a flat rate increase of $4.07 per household.

Scott Takes Over At State Park (Recreation Area)

The Prophetstown State Park has new site supervisor. Russell Scott, who actually has the title of Site Tech II, began his duties on Monday.

Vehicle Break Ins Occur In Prophetstown

Prophetstown Police Chief Bruce Franks is reminding residents to lock their vehicles.

Park District Adopts Budget

The Prophetstown Park District Board of Commissioner adopted their budget for the fiscal year 2018-2019 during their April meeting. After a brief discussion the budget was passed unanimously.

Tampico Approves Licenses

Liquor license renewals was among the actions taken by the Tampico Village Board at their meeting on April 17.

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