Monday night at the Clinton City Council meeting, the Council approved several measures in order to allow Save-A-Lot and it's ownership to move forward in building at a new location.
Sitting in for Mayor Roger Cyrulik Monday, Commissioner Tom Edmunds explains from a City standpoint, this is their portion of the TIF funds to go to owner Dave Jackson for the site development.
The Council Monday as it relates to the future of the new Save-A-Lot (pictured below) location also approved the reallocation of TIF funds and the sale of real estate to 4-J Holdings. 4-J Holdings is a holding company for the Save-A-Lot store. The property is in the possession of the city, and had to be sold so they could build on the property.
In other news from the Monday City Council meeting...
>>The Council approved the purchase of a lots in the 100th block of South Quincy Street for $50-thousand.
>>The Council approved the plans of the multi-use trailway master plan.