One dilapidated building may soon become the target of City of Decatur action while another building, not dilapidated but long empty, apparently is going to get new life.
Responding to a question posed by Councilman Matt Dyer at Tuesday night's Decatur City Council meeting, Mayor John Schultz indicated something was going to be done in the near future to perhaps effect a cleanup of the large-sized home at Jackson and Second streets.
Speed limits in the Homestead Addition and on 550 N. at the city's west edge will be reduced in the near future.
Acting on a request from Operations Manager Jeremy Gilbert, city council on Tuesday adopted on two readings an ordinance lowering limits in both areas. Third and final passage is expected at the August 20 meeting.
Geneva Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Pam Krause submitted to the Geneva Town Council on Tuesday a report of upcoming Chamber activities.
The report stated that the Summer's End Street Festival is coming up Saturday, August 17, in downtown Geneva. A beer garden will be open from 5-10 p.m. and The Junk Yard Band will be back to play classic rock and oldies starting at 7 p.m.