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The DeKalb City Council approved Espiritu's appointment unanimously at its Monday meeting. Until the DeKalb City Council permanently appoints his successor, Espiritu will oversee the administration of the council's various policies. With the council'
The DeKalb City Council is expected to vote today on a number of tweaks to the city's $77.4 million budget for the fiscal year that begins July 1, but it might not be approved until later this month. Among the expenses that could be added are $50,000
First Rockford Group, a Rockford-based development firm, has a contract to purchase the former Nelson Veterinarian property, which sits south of the former Small's Furniture building demolished this week. The parcel, plus the Northern Illinois
The City Council seven aldermen and a voting mayor set policy for the city, but in cities such as DeKalb, Sycamore and Genoa, it's the city manager who runs the show...He compiles the budget, which in DeKalb for the fiscal year that begins July 1
Read political press releases Mark Biernacki, DeKalb's City Manager for the last nine years, looks to retire on June 14, 2013. Biernacki has been involved in local government since 1980 and has helped shape the growth and development of DeKalb.
The city soon could buy multifamily houses to convert them into single-family homes in the Ellwood Historic Neighborhood, which is northwest of downtown DeKalb. DeKalb aldermen will consider Monday whether the city's tax increment financing dollars
Read political press releases Mayor Kris Povlsen (left) receives a resolution commending and congratulating him for 16 years of service to the city as mayor and 2nd Ward alderman from 6th Ward Alderman David Baker at the April 22 DeKalb City Council
DeKalb city leaders are leaning toward hiring an external search firm to replace City Manager Mark Biernacki. Biernacki, who plans to retire June 14, said he will contact at least six firms for information about their services and cost. He estimated
DeKalb City Council members have quite the to-do list after the local election: the Irongate subdivision proposal, the budget and the search for the next city managers, to name a few items. The new local leaders Mayor John Rey, alderman Bill Finucane
Alderman Dave Baker believes the First Amendment allows him to have a moving mannequin advertising his store in public, and he's hoping the City Council sees it his way. If a person were to put a signboard around them or carry a sign, that's free