Tiskilwa approves budget, appropriation ordinance
TISKILWA — The Tiskilwa Village Board on Tuesday approved the annual budget and appropriation ordinance for the upcoming fiscal year.
The $1,049,000 spending document is down slightly from the previous year due to several factors discussed by Mayor Randy Philhower with the village board members at their meeting in June. Philhower said the village streets will be spray patched instead of seal coated, saving about $60,000 in motor fuel taxes.
Board member Gene Gustafson said he is still waiting for Ace in the Hole of Washburn to show up and spray patch the village streets. Gustafson said company personnel told him workers would be in Tiskilwa the first or second week of July, but no such work has been done on the village’s street as of Tuesday night’s meeting. Village board members had voted in June to spend up to $7,500 to pay for this work.
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