The Alton City Council recently held a regular meeting under the supervision of Mayor Brant Walker, in which it discussed the closure of multiple roads and highways for a half marathon organized by the Alton Half Marathon Group.
The Recreation, Arts and Special Events board for the City of Edwardsville will meet at 5 p.m. today, April 5, to examine a recreation report on men’s basketball, a program report on ESCAPE, the Pinterest Party event and additional business, as needed.
At a recent City Council meeting, the Alton Committee of the Whole discussed major resolutions affecting the region, including one that would disallow any new hires within the city without committee approval until a new budget is set forth.
The Alton Committee of the Whole will meet on Monday, April 11, to discuss the sale of 708 Mechanics due to its being a surplus property owned by the city -- and no longer necessary for any public purpose.
The Planning Commission for the Village of Maryville recently met in the Village Hall Council Room to discuss and make final recommendations for the preliminary development plan of a dental and business office space at 2933 Maryville Road.
The Chamber of Commerce for Troy, Maryville, St. Jacob and the Marine area recently held its annual Spring Community Expo, which featured 80 vendors, more than 2,500 Easter eggs and an appearance by the Easter Bunny.
Madison County Chairman Alan J. Dunstan recently commended on the U.S. Department of Commerce’s preliminary decision that steel producers in multiple countries unfairly exported steel to the United States and that duties shall be imposed on imported steel.