MULBERRY GROVE VILLAGE BOARD MEETING
The Mulberry Grove Village Board met in regular session Monday night, June 2nd. Board members agreed upon specifications for the new Animal Control Ordinance, which will now go to the village attorney to be written and presented for adoption at the July meeting.
The Budget Committee recommendation for the Appropriation Budge Ordinance was adopted. The board continues to investigate the possibility of additional police personnel for the village.
Village residents in attendance voiced their opinions concerning issues before the board. Comments were shared in support of and in opposition of the animal control ordinance.
The next scheduled Mulberry Grove Village Board Meeting is July 7th at 7:00 PM.
HOGUE HALL DECOMMISSIONING
As part of the Alumni Reunion Weekend, Greenville College will be conducting a Decommissioning service for Hogue Hall this Saturday June 7th at 10am. The 150 year-old Hogue Hall will be coming down soon making way for a new building to serve the Colleges future needs. You're invited to join the College family for this special service this Saturday at 10am, on the front lawn of Hogue Hall.
REPEAT ABUSERS OF DISABILITY PARKING TO SEE HIGHER FINES
Drivers caught using disability parking placards or disability license plates, to park illegally in spaces designated for people with disabilities, will now face increased fines of up to $1,000.00, according to Secretary of State Jesse White. This new law, which became effective June 1st, specifies a fine of $750.00 for the second offense and $1,000.00 for the third or subsequent offense. Violators may also have his/her driving privileges, as well as the disability license plates or placard, suspended or revoked. Half of each fine collected will be distributed to the law enforcement agency that issued the citation and half will go into the Secretary of State Police Services Fund.