The Clinton City Council convened Tuesday evening.
Clinton Mayor Carolyn Peters made a proclamation that next week, September 12-16 would be Chamber of Commerce Week in Clinton. In her proclamation, Mayor Peters points out this year is the 96th year of Illinois Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives, a career development organization for the Chamber of Commerce professionals.
[audio:proclamation1.mp3]A Word From The Mayor[/audio]
The Mayor also made a proclamation that September 17-23 will be Constitution Week in Clinton. The idea of Constitution Week is to reaffirm the ideals of the constitution that it was based on over 200 years ago.
[audio:proclamation2.mp3]A Word From The Mayor[/audio]
The Council made a quick decision on approving a quote for barricades for the Apple and Pork Festival. Steve Lobb explains the company the Street Department has chosen needed a firm commitment for those barricades and so the Council made the approval at cost of almost $700.
[audio:barricades.mp3]A Word From Lobb[/audio]
The Street Department will be completely closing off Center Street for the festival this year. Lobb notes the tram will be the only motor vehicle allowed on that road between 6 am and 6 pm the Saturday and Sunday of Apple and Pork.