7-14-2009

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DEVELOPMENT SITE EVALUATORS COMING TO GREENVILLE

 

Some visitors are coming to Greenville soon, as the selection of the possible new industrial project nears, as a group of sight evaluators will soon be arriving for a visit to Greenville.  Greenville is one of two cities still in the running for the industrial project. WGEL spoke with Assistant City Manager, Lisa Stephens, about the visit. Lisa said she has been working on this project for the past year and a half and she is very excited that the project has come this far. The impact of the new 125 to 200 million-dollar investment development could create 125 to 200 new permanent jobs and 600 temporary construction jobs. The visitors, who she expects next week,  include a team of engineers, a company executive, and site consultants. Stephens wanted to thank the Village of Smithboro for their cooperation, and she believes this is a very good step in the right direction of landing this project. Greenville is one of only two remaining sites for this industrial project.  


BREAK IN AT LUBOBS

 

Sometime overnight Sunday a burglary happened at Lubob's restaurant in Greenville.  According to Greenville Police, entry was made through the back of the building and damage was done to a safe inside the building.  Approximately $1,900 was taken from Lubob's.  The theft and break in are under investigation by the Greenville Police. 


UNIT 2 BUILDING AND GROUNDS COMMITTEE MEETING

 

The Bond County Unit 2 School Building and Grounds Committee will meet Wednesday, July 15th at 6:30PM at the central unit office conference room.

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SCOOTER ACCIDENT SENDS RIDER TO HOSPITAL

 

A motor scooter accident sent one man to the hospital Sunday night.  According to the Bond County Sheriff's department, 56 year old Curtis Dorsey of South Wayne Wisconsin, was riding a motor scooter on Baumberger Avenue around 7:30 Sunday night.  Witnesses who were riding on other scooters with Dorsey said that he drove around a bend in the rode, where he hit water and wet grass clippings.  This caused him to lose control and be thrown from the scooter, landing on the roadway.  Bond County EMS took Dorsey to Greenville Regional Hospital where he was treated and transferred. 

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KC BOARD OT TRUSTEES MEETING

The Kaskaskia College Board of Trustees will meet tonight at 6:30PM at the Administration Board Room. Among the items on tonight's agenda are, discuss a date for a Public Hearing on a tentative budget, renovations to the main entrance and east entrance to the gymnasium, dispose of surplus property, and approval of several new employees including a PC Technician an Administrative Assistant and a Women's basketball coach. Plus Treasurer's report, President's report and other reports.


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