Aldermen votes, CityCouncil, Crematorium

Why did Aldermen change their votes and minds?

Next City Council Meeting January 17, 2012 with public comment on the record: Sign up to speak by 6:45 p.m.

Posted by kankakeegazette.com staff7:35 p.m. Jan 13, 2012.

These two Alderman, against Mr. Jensen’s Crematorium project since the issue came to the Planning Board nearly one year ago, suddenly had a change of heart at the Jan. 3 meeting: P. Carl Brown, 7th Ward Alderman and Tyler D. Tall Sr., 5th Ward Alderman. Alderman Glenn E. Davidson, 1st Ward, once again abstained.

No one’s stepping up to say what changed their mind to vote from nay to aye, placing Mr. Jensen’s special use permit request on the agenda for second reading Jan. 17, 2012.

But rumor has it that Police Lt. Dave Skelly, who championed his friend and neighbor last spring to the City Council, was more successful this December.

 Julie Evans and co-worker cleaning up the exterior of 687 E. Court St for the new owner.

Julie Evans and co-worker cleaning up the exterior of 687 E. Court St. for the new owner. In the spring of 2012, the owner will be opening Central Park Furniture & More, a used furniture store. Kankakeegazette Images 10-1-2011

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