Under the leadership of Tom Klemm who represents the 1st Ward, the area south of Yellow Creek has continued to deteriorate. Forget planting new shrubs, tulips, or anything edible since the deer have taken over. Forget fixing the roads. The remaining human inhabitants on the south side drive all-terrain vehicles – they just don’t need roads any more. They like paying high taxes for nothing. Mr. Klemm has been on notice of this condition and the destruction this portion of his Ward, and has done nothing. At least Jennie DeVine did something for her constituents – wish them “happy birthday.” We now have four new council members, and the smartest thing they can do is to ignore Tom Klemm. As for turning the south side of Freeport into a nature preserve, it is a proposal with merit. It would certainly reflect reality. In fact we could call it “KLEMM’S NATURE PRESERVE.” Oh well, that really is enough to make you sick!
6:00 pm at City Council Chambers at 524 West Stephenson Street, 3rd Floor
If you have Comcast Cable, go to channel 17 to watch live.
See complete agenda at http://www.ci.freeport.il.us/citygovernment/Agendas/A20131021.pdf
Some items of interest at meeting:
1st Reading of Ordinance permitting bow hunting of deer on Freeport Country Club property from October 22, 2013 through January 14, 2014 on recommendation of Illinois Department of Natural Resources to control deer population. The Administration requests suspension of rules for passage at meeting. Deer have taken over south Freeport and have done tens of thousands of dollars in damage to yards in the area. Hopefully, bow hunters can fill the food pantries in Freeport with venison!
New Internet Café
1st Reading of Ordinance of for variance allowing sale of alchoholic beverages at 1005 W. Galena Ave, Suite B. Sounds like an interesting business. Internet Café with video gambling!
For more information on business go to http://www.tenpennies.co/about.html