The Village of Norris City is accepting bids on one Surplus Vehicle. Description: 2003 Ford Pickup, 8 cylinder, 2 wheel drive, 134,000 miles. Sealed bids will be accepted at the City Building thru June 1st 2021 and will be opened on June 7th at the 7 pm Board Meeting. Vehicle is surplus equipment and will be sold as is to the highest bidder. To examine this item, please contact City Hall at 618 378 3611.
Caleb M. Czak, 22 of Fairfield, was sentenced this morning in White County court on the charge of Residential Burglary, a class 1 felony. Czak received five years in the DOC and two years MSR. [Read more...]
Isaac D. Anderson, 19 of Norris City, was sentenced on Monday on a charge of Residential Burglary, a class 1 felony. Anderson received five years in the Department of Corrections and two years Mandatory Supervised Release. He is also required to pay costs and make restitution. [Read more...]
In a surprising turn of events last night at the Norris City Village board meeting, the board, after its closed session attended by five board members, City Supervisor Mike Hite, and a representative of Brown and Roberts Engineering, reversed course and voted to accept the lowest bid on the water main project, now calling it the lowest responsible bid. [Read more...]
Newly elected Mayor of Norris City, Charles “Skip” Land is set to be sworn in on Monday night as outgoing Mayor Roy Kissel will relinquish the Norris City Mayor’s position to him. Kissel has served the Village as board member for 20 years and 12 years as the Mayor. [Read more...]
Shay Smith is Sales Person of the Year
The White County CEO Class met for their awards ceremony following the Trade Show on April 26, 2021. White County CEO Board Chairman, Jeremy Jordan, praised the class for their efforts this year and presented the awards. [Read more...]
Housing Authorities: What do they do?
A housing authority is the local administrative agency for housing assistance programs funded by the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Large cities have their own housing authority, and smaller towns are served by a county authority. All housing authorities provide rental housing or rental assistance to low-income families, the elderly and people with disabilities.
White County Housing attorney Marvin Miller put it this way at a recent Housing meeting:“Every decision you make is to take care of the tenants. That’s what this organization is for.” [Read more...]