City of Champaign News

Richard Schnuer made the keynote presentation to kick off this year’s STAR Leadership Institute. His presentation on the City’s budget included not only financial information, but also explained the many ways in which citizens can make their voices heard in the budget process. Staff of the Neighborhood Services Department, which organizes the Institute, reported that…
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The County has extended the City of Champaign’s 2011 property tax levy of $19,955,632, which property owners will pay this year. The County determined that the Equalized Assessed Valuation (EAV) of taxable property is $1,525,193,507. In the fall, based on an estimate provided by Champaign County, the City projected a 2011 EAV of $1,510,800,000, which…
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Police Officers spent the day participating in the “Kids in the Kitchen” event; a program aimed at educating young children about physical activity and nutrition. The theme for the event was “Everyday Heroes” which provided youth an opportunity to learn about how being physically fit helps police officers do their jobs well. The event was…
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With unbelievable weather cooperating with the project, O’ Neil Brothers has arrived at the project terminus, Daniel and Willis. The intersection of Willis and Daniel cannot be closed until the intersection of John and Willis is open to traffic. Due to this contractual restriction, the contractor will not be able to complete the storm sewer…
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The Planning Department will host the first annual Growing Greener Expo on Monday, April 23, 2012 from 4:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. at the Champaign Public Library. The expo is a kick-off event for public input into the Champaign Growing Greener Plan to become a more environmentally friendly city. It will showcase resources available to help residents…
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