Category: General Press Releases

Firearms Discharge Internal Review Completed (1200 Block of Crispus Drive)

The Champaign Police Department has completed its internal review of an incident that culminated in a weapons discharge in the 1200 block of W. Crispus Drive during the early morning hours on September 9, 2012. Per departmental policy, an internal investigation was conducted in accordance with the Firearms Discharge Investigation and Review policy. Policy statement…
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Firearms Discharge Internal Review Completed (John Street/Crescent Drive)

The Champaign Police Department has completed its internal review of an incident involving a police officer discharging a firearm during a call for service on November 17, 2012, in which police officers were dispatched to a call involving a vicious pit bull in the area of John and Crescent streets. During this incident, two dogs…
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Firearms Discharge Internal Review Completed (200 Block of W. Columbia)

The Champaign Police Department has completed its internal review of an incident that culminated in a weapons discharge in the alley near the 200 block of W. Columbia during the afternoon hours on November 20, 2012. During an in-progress call for service on November 20, 2012, police officers were dispatched to a call involving a…
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City of Champaign Christmas Tree Collection

City of Champaign Christmas Tree Collection December 31, 2012 through January 11, 2013 The City of Champaign Christmas Tree Collection program will recycle your natural Christmas Tree. City residents may participate by placing their tree within four feet of the curb by 6 a.m. on their scheduled collection day. Please see the Christmas Tree Collection…
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Coalition Takes Action to Protect Clean Water

On December 12, 2012 a coalition of agencies submitted their application to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) for sole source designation for the Mahomet Aquifer. The Mahomet Aquifer provides nearly 100% of the drinking water for this region and supports thousands of commercial, industrial, and agricultural water users. Champaign Mayor Don Gerard said,…
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Local Governments Oppose Hazardous Waste at Clinton Landfill

A coalition of local governments, including the Cities of Champaign, Urbana, Bloomington, and Decatur; the Town of Normal; the Village of Savoy; Champaign and Piatt Counties; and the Mahomet Valley Water Authority, are filing a complaint today before the Illinois Pollution Control Board alleging that a chemical waste unit is being unlawfully operated by Clinton…
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