mcdonough county board

Action Spurred by Wildlife
4:00 pm
Thu April 17, 2014

McDonough County to Regulate Adult Entertainment

The McDonough County Board agreed during its April meeting to implement regulations for adult entertainment establishments.

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Petition Drive
11:02 pm
Mon March 3, 2014

Push Made for Adult Entertainment Rules

Hundreds of people are asking the McDonough County board to regulate adult entertainment establishments.

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Wildlife in McDonough County
9:38 pm
Wed February 19, 2014

Neighbors of Adult Club Disappointed with County Board

Those who live closest to the adult entertainment establishment in McDonough County are not happy about the new business.

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No Ordinance on the Books
5:45 pm
Thu February 13, 2014

Few Rules for McDonough County Strip Club

McDonough County State’s Attorney James Hoyle said he wrote a McDonough County Adult Use Licensing Ordinance in 2009, but it went nowhere with the county board.

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Will Fund Expansion and Refinancing
2:22 pm
Thu August 16, 2012

McDonough County Approves Wesley Village Bonds

Wesley Village

The McDonough County Board has approved the use of part of its bonding authority to fund several projects at Wesley Village in Macomb.

The county will not bear any liability for the bonds.

Wesley Village can use up to $6.5 million of that authority. CEO Shelly Ward says the nursing home plans to use about $1.3 million on four projects. About $4.8 million will refinance existing debt.

Ward says the facility has limited seating for events. The biggest construction project will remedy that with a new 250 seat community center.

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Ag Dept Seeks More Info
6:10 pm
Sat February 4, 2012

No Permit for South Morgan Acres Hog Farm

Opponents of a proposed large-scale hog farm in McDonough County can breathe a sigh of relief - at least for now.

The Illinois Department of Agriculture declined to issue a permit to South Morgan Acres, LLC, which would be built in the northwest part of the county. The state said it required more information about the farm.

In a letter sent to the owners on February 3, the Agriculture Department said:

“Our additional information request is as follows:

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