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Voters in the Mahomet-Seymour district elected four members to the school board on Tuesday.
Unofficial results that night showed incumbents Max McComb, Merle Giles and Lance Raver returning to the board alongside newcomer Lori Larson.
The deadline to submit election-related letters to the editor for the print edition of the Mahomet Citizen was Monday, March 20. Any letters submitted between now and the election will be included here, but not in print.
During a marathon four-hour meeting on Tuesday night, members of the village’s Plan and Zoning Commission considered rezoning the undeveloped land between Sandy Ridge and Hunters Ridge for commercial and residential use.
Before developers can break ground on a new project in Mahomet, there’s plenty of paperwork, discussion and planning with village officials that goes on behind the scenes.
A special census commissioned by the Village of Mahomet will get underway on Dec. 30, Village Administrator Patrick Brown said last week.
Six candidates will be on the ballot in April for Mahomet-Seymour school board, vying for four available seats.
The campaign for several top village offices looks like it could be fairly low-key, based on an unofficial candidate list compiled following the filing deadline for candidates on Monday.
As the dust from the presidential election settled early Wednesday morning, pundits threw around words like “stunning,” “shocker” and “unprecedented.”
Many Mahomet voters—who backed the eventual winner—likely weren’t as surprised.
If you’re looking for part-time work this winter, the Village of Mahomet is looking for you.
Few development sites have attracted as much attention—and speculation—in recent weeks as the properties at the corner of Main and Jefferson, across the street from Sangamon School.