The mayor of Utica in northern Illinois says the flood-damaged village hall should be open for the next board meeting.
Fred Esmond tells The News-Tribune in LaSalle the village hall will be repaired in time for the July 10 board meeting. The hall was damaged during April’s record flooding. It cost about $55,000 for repairs, of which a little less than half will be covered by insurance.
This week contractors put in ceramic tiles and carpeting goes in next week. Electrical work is scheduled for the end of the month.
Utica is about 90 miles west of Chicago in LaSalle County.
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