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Notice of Annual Joint Review Board Meeting: Princeville Tax Increment Financing TIF Districts, on Monday, May 3, 2021
Village of Princeville Residents:
Public Works will be flushing hydrants on April 21 and 22.
Hydrant valves are opened and closed to control the flow of water and flush the system lines of sediment. Given the scouring velocities involved, flushing operations will likely lead to discolored water during, or immediately following the flushing.
Hydrant flushing may also result in sediment being disturbed within the water mains. Although this sediment is common and expected in any system, we are now required by Illinois EPA regulations to notify our customers that this sediment may contain lead even though our water system contains no known lead conduits.
The benefits of flushing include removal of rust and sediment, improved chlorine residual, and reduction in taste and odor;
all of which can help provide high quality water to our residents.
Things you can do as a homeowner or business owner:
- If water discoloration is noticed in your residence or building, stop all water use and wait. Several hours may be required to rid the cloudiness from the water mains that serve your home or business.
- Turn on outside spigots, cold-water bathtub faucets, flush toilets, and run a cycle through the washing machine to clear the water in your service line.
- Do not wash clothes or run a dishwasher during or immediately after flushing takes place. Washing clothes with discolored water can cause laundry stains.
- Discolored water poses no threat to your health. You may wish to avoid drinking or cooking with the water.
March 15, 2021
The Village of Princeville is accepting applications for: MANAGER OF PRINCEVILLE AQUATIC CENTER
The Pool Manager’s position is a seasonal job, generally running May thru August. This position oversees the scheduling of lifeguards, coordination of swim lessons and the daily operations of the pool during the summer season. The Pool Manager meets with the Village Board Pool Committee 2-3 times a year to decide on things such as rates, hours, etc. The current manager will work with the new manager, this year, to acclimate them to the position. Applicants must be available weekends and evenings, have lifeguard training and live locally.
Applications are available online at https://princeville.org/employment-application/ at the Village Hall, 206 N. Walnut Ave., Princeville. Applications will be accepted until April 15, 2021. Questions, contact Village Hall, 309-385-4765.
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