The Sacramento City Commission proposed in its Monday meeting to implement a raise in water and sewer rates to account for the raise passed by McLean County Regional Water earlier this month. The commission also held first readings for real and personal property tax rates.
With election day on Tuesday, Nov 3, the McLean County Clerk’s Office wants residents to be aware of voting options amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
As of Tuesday, Sept. 22, the Green River District Health Department has reported at least 77 confirmed COVID-19 cases in McLean County.
McLean County Public Schools will have a “soft opening” next week starting Monday, Sept. 28 following new state guidance on school openings.
McLean County Public Library is considering a virtual jail fundraiser in place of its traditional annual jail fundraiser this year due to COVID-19. Outreach programs coordinator Angie Smith said funds will go towards the library’s bookmobile and library supplies.
The Calhoun Harvest Day festival has been canceled for next month due to COVID-19. Harvest Day Committee member Nancy Dant said the committee felt it was for the best.
As Gray’s Counseling Services in Calhoun reaches its five-year anniversary next month, owner and therapist Annie Gray-Dalton said she is blessed with her business’ success in McLean County.
In McLean County Fiscal Court’s Sept. 9 meeting, Judge-Executive Curtis Dame proposed to keep real property tax rates the same as last fiscal year, as well as motor vehicle and watercraft tax rates for the 2021 fiscal year.
The McLean County High School soccer team started their week at Breckinridge County on Sept. 14. The Lady Tigers struck first on a corner kick early in the game. Both teams were then locked in a defensive battle from that point on with no more goals scored. Breckinridge County sealed the win 1-0.
Our commonwealth’s founders wisely set a high bar for changing Kentucky’s Constitution.