At Tuesday's meeting, the city council approved receiving the funds from the Federal Home Loan Bank's Affordable Housing Program.
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2019 was one of the busiest construction years in the history of the city of Champaign.
Listed are permits for all new single-family and multifamily residences as well as commercial and industrial work and residential remodeling costing over $25,000.
Though they may not be able to offer the 'luxury' experience advertised by new high-rises, those who run smaller buildings say they are finding ways to keep up with lower rent and good amenities.
Listed are permits for all new single-family and multifamily residences as well as commercial and industrial work and residential remodeling costing over $25,000. Permits are listed by applicant, description, site and cost.
In our weekly feature spotlighting area religious leaders, staff writer Debra Pressey looks at Copper Creek Church, which is getting ready to move into the first building of its own since it was launched in 2007 as a satellite of Champaign's First Presbyterian.
'We are committed to the success of the master plan community of Stone Creek, but unfortunately, due the negative financial impacts of the golf business, we are no longer able sustain the golf course as a viable business for this area,' said Spencer Atkins, director of development for The Atkins Group.
The agency said Monday it has committed an annual $50,000 for three years each to Promise Healthcare for its SmileHealthy Dental Center and to C-U at Home for its planned shelter.
Listed are permits for all new single-family and multifamily residences as well as commercial and industrial work and residential remodeling costing over $25,000 (by applicant, description, site and cost).
We said bye-bye to Burnham Mansion, the late Great Impasta and those funky eclipse glasses, and welcome to the 44th president, the Pride Parade and a Pesotum farm-playing Luke Bryan. As the clock winds down on the 2010s — and the countdown continues to a new Costco in Champaign, a casino in Danville and A/C at last throughout Central High School
Members voted 8-0 in favor of reducing the amount of time landlords can hold felonies against potential tenants from five years to two. A final vote will come later.
Up for review at tonight’s study session: a proposal that would limit the amount of time landlords can hold felonies against potential tenants, from five years to two.
CHAMPAIGN — Habitat for Humanity of Champaign County employees and volunteers will be wrapping holiday gifts at Champaign’s Market Place mall in exchange for donations to fund future home builds.
In our weekly feature spotlighting area religious leaders, staff writer Debra Pressey talks with the Rev. Sheryl Palmer, pastor at Faith United Methodist Church in Champaign, which is partnering with C-U at Home to creating a new ‘sacred space’ at its homeless shelter in downtown Champaign.
The charity is about $271,000 behind in its operational budget for the year, and on top of that, repairs are needed for on its two buildings — including floors and ceilings, according the Rev. Ervin Williams, its executive director.
In October, 237 homes were sold in Champaign County, up 4.9 percent from a year ago, when 226 were sold, according to the Champaign County Association of Realtors.
CHAMPAIGN — The Housing Authority of Champaign County has been awarded three state and federal grants totaling more than $650,000 to help support its programs.
CHAMPAIGN — The Housing Authority of Champaign County is temporarily freezing eviction actions for the cold-weather months, effective immediately.