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Lyndon Board Discusses Vacating Property

The parcel in question is at the end of 7th Ave. W. were it meets the Rock River. The two neighbors want to improve the ground by trimming and possibly removing some trees.

Erie Seeks Officer

New policies for public works employees on call and records retention were discussed, and the tax Levy ordinance was planned.

Transformer Fire Causes Damage In Tampico

Public Works Director Tyler Chriest reported that the damaged transformer caused either a surge or a loss of three phase power, which damaged the motor on the primary water well at the water tower. The system was switched to the backup well without any loss in pressure to the system.

Prophetstown City Hall Seeking Secretary

The ideal candidate will have strong interpersonal skills, be able to multitask, and have general computer knowledge. Experience with Village Books software, a plus but not required.

Lyndon E-Waste Drop Off October 30th

Lyndon will hold an E-Waste Drop Off on Saturday, October 30th at the Public Works Garage, 404 West Commercial between 9:00 A.M. and NOON.

Tampico Accepts Pierce Resignation

The board voted unanimously to accept Pierce's resignation after meeting in executive session for approximately twenty-five minutes. A motion to accept the resignation at the September 21st meeting died due to the lack of a second.

Boil Order Lifted For Prophetstown

The boil order that was in effect for Prophetstown since Tuesday morning has been lifted as of 12:30 P.M. Wednesday.

Phone Issues At City Hall; Boil Order Still In Effect

The city wide boil order is still in affect. Notice will be given when the order is lifted.

Lyndon To Erect New Signs On Bridge

Approved Saturday, October 30 for E-Waste drop-off at the village municipal garage between the hours of 9 A.M. to Noon.

Prophetstown Water Restored

A boil order is now in affect until the all clear is given by the public works department.