Friday, October 24, 2014
Thursday, October 23, 2014
CHILLICOTHE CITY COUNCIL
OCTOBER 27, 2014 @ 7 P.M.
- READING OF MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETING BY CLERK
- PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS BY CLERK
- PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS FROM THE MAYOR AND ALDERMEN
- COUNCIL COMMITTEE COMMUNICATIONS
- ANYONE WITH BUSINESS CONCERNING CITY GOVERNMENT
- PRESENTATION OF BILLS, TRANSFERS AND PAYROLLS FOR PAYMENT AND DISCUSSION
MAYOR DOUG CREW:1) Appointment – Gus Kranz – Airport Authority Board
2) Proclamation – 50 Years of Service – Fire Chief John Myers
PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE – ALDERMAN GOULD1) Removal of Water Tower Supports – 1707 Santa Fe – Public Works Property
2) Rezoning – 1707 Santa Fe – Public Works Property
3) Variance – 1707 Santa Fe – Public Works Property
PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE – ALDERMAN HUGHES1) Notice of Special Event – Christmas Parade
Monday, October 20, 2014
"Jack" the cat
A Rushin' Rewind by Jeffrey Rushin
(Blogger's Note: The following was originally published in the "My Hometown" column in the Chillicothe Independent weekly newspaper in October 2005.)
- OBTITUARY -
CHILLICOTHE (IL ) -- "Jack" the cat, 5, of north Chillicothe, died Oct. 9, 2005, after getting out of his residence and then hit hit by a automobile.
The only male in a litter of six orphan kittens, Jack was originally named "Stinky," when he was born in a garage in Chatham, Ill. on August 1, 2000.
Jack enjoyed his window perch, a slight addiction to cat nip, milk from his owner's cereal bowl, chasing toy mice and visits from grandma (so he could torment her).
He had a vast knowledge of meowing, warm places to sleep, tuna fish and sharing pillows with sleeping humans. He was talented in purring, kneading and giving unsolicited tongue baths.
The long-haired, tiger-striped tabby cat was adopted when he was six weeks old by his human, Jeff Rushin of Chillicothe, Ill.
Survivors include: his adopted father, Jeff Rushin, his feline sister, Diane, 5, still at home; his grandparents, Paul and Dolores Rushin of Chillicothe; and various uncles, aunts, nieces and nephews.
A special thanks goes out from Jack's family to Floyd Doran, the City of Chillicothe's animal control officer for his assistance. And also to the individual who cared enough to call the police when the accident happened.
Friday, October 17, 2014
Thursday, October 16, 2014
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Committee of the Whole will convene
Meeting at 5:15 p.m. or immediately Oct. 20, 2014
Following Special Council Meeting (for Public Works building roof)
____City Hall ___
- Creation of an Enterprise Zone