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The student news site of Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, Illinois.

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The student news site of Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, Illinois.

The Daily Eastern News

Charleston Mayor Brandon Combs stacks his papers while after reading an ordinance for regulating low-speed gas-powered bicycles during the City Council meeting Tuesday evening at City Hall.

City Council approves $101K for Sister City Park fencing

Kyara Morales-Rodriguez, Campus Reporter October 4, 2022

The Charleston City Council unanimously approved a bid award for the construction of a chain link fence at the Sister City Phase II Facility for $101,231 Tuesday evening. The bid was awarded to BJ’s...

Charleston City Mayor Brandon Combs introduces an ordinance for the Tax Increment Financing during the City Council meeting on Tuesday.

City Council approves $1 million for Sister City Phase II project

Rob Le Cates, Assistant Photo Editor April 19, 2022

The Charleston City Council approved two resolutions obligating $1,075,000 in the Rebuild Illinois Funds to Sister City for construction and repair fees on Tuesday night at City Hall.   $255,000 were...

Charleston City Council Members Tim Newell and Jeff Lahr converse at the end of the Nov. 2 City Council meeting. During the meeting, the council voted on awarding a bid to R&R Services, Inc. from Argenta, Ill., to perform landscape waste tub grinding for the city. The total cost is $45,000 and the funds for the project have already been counted for in Charleston’s FY22 budget.

City Council rejects bid for project at Sister City Park

Madelyn Kidd, News Editor January 18, 2022

The Charleston City Council unanimously approved an item rejecting all bids for the Sister City Phase II Maintenance Building Project. Charleston Mayor Brandon Combs said there was one bid for the project,...

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