Willow Springs Introduces New Officers and Sexual Assault Proclamation
Willow Springs City council then certified the April election results and swore in Ward 1 Alderman Susan Rackley and Ward 2 Alderman Troy Yonker for another term on the Willow Springs City Council. The meeting was then called to order for regular session with approval of the consent agenda followed by a proclamation made for Sexual Assault Awareness Month with the Christo’s House.
Police Chief Dan Dunn introduced 2 new police officers to city council, the new officers are Calvin Romans and Jordan Goodwin. Council also decided to extend community clean up day to 2 days a week apart, May 14th and 21st. A presentation was made about MIRMA health insurance. The MIRMA plan would set the city up to be a fully self-funded insurance plan in a couple years with more customized benefits for city employees. City Council also approved a mutual aid agreement for the city electric utility with other utilities across the region and reviewed the progress on the new city website. The May and June meeting dates were also set for May 19th and June 17th. The meeting wrapped up with discussion on issues with the South Central Education Consortium…
The Willow Springs City Council asks that any one with ideas for what they can do with that facility should contact the Willow Springs City Hall.