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Tennis Lessons

Jul 07, 2015

Todays Mt. Zion Recreation Department beginning tennis lessons have been canceled due to the rain.

July 6th Board Meeting Cancelled

Jul 02, 2015

The Village Board meeting schedulled for July 6th has been cancelled due to a lack of action items. Have a safe and happy Independence Day!

Blue Ribbon Night

Jun 29, 2015

Mt. Zion Economic Development Corporation presents:

Blue Ribbon Night 2015

Annual family friendly (no alcohol) 4th of July Celebration, will be held on Friday, July 3rd, at Fletcher Park. Food vendors and gates open at 6pm and music by Third Shift at 7pm. Fireworks at dusk. Bring your lawn chairs!

Goodwin Park Play Day Cancelled

Jun 25, 2015

Due to inclement weather the Goodwin Park Play Day will be cancelled for today.

Press Release

Jun 24, 2015

PRESS RELEASE

For Immediate Release

June 24, 2015

Contact:

Julie Miller, Village Administrator (217) 864-5424

Mt. Zion, IL – The Village of Mt. Zion would like to inform and remind its residents that water rates will be increasing by 25% on bills mailed at the end of the month and due July 15, 2015.  Village Administrator, Julie Miller, stated that due to increases from the City of Decatur of 35%, 30% & 25% over the past three years, the Village of Mt. Zion in turn had to pass those increases on to its residential and commercial customers.

In April 2013, the Village of Mt. Zion Board of Trustees approved the three year increases.  The ordinance also includes a 2.5% annual increase that will begin June 1, 2017.  The ordinance was modeled after the City of Decatur’s ordinance and will hopefully allow families to budget and plan for the smaller increases.   

After the announcement from the City of Decatur regarding the large increases, the Village Board commissioned a study to look at other water sources and related costs. The study concluded that even after the increases, purchasing water from the City of Decatur was the most cost effective way for Mt. Zion to supply water to its customers.



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