Village of Warrensburg

Warrensburg, Illinois  

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Chastain & Associates LLC and the Village of Warrensburg have submitted an application regarding a proposed Safe Routes to School funded, pedestrian and bicycle path.

The proposed improvement consists of the construction of approximately 2,400 feet of concrete path along West Warren Street from West Street to South Main Street and a portion of South Powers Street. Grade crossings at West Street, Powers Street, Durfee Street, and South Main Street will also be improved. These improvements will meet the American Disability Act requirements, to create a safe route to school for all students. Additional right-of-way and easements are not anticipated to construct the proposed concrete path.

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Now in its 29th year, the Warrensburg-Latham Brotherhood Tree is again seeking donations to distribute to those in the Warrensburg-Latham School District who could use a hand up.

The Warrensburg-Latham Lions Club, along with local churches, the Warrensburg & Latham Fire Departments and DaBurg Bar & Grill will sponsor the Brotherhood Tree.

Donations of new toys suitable for children ages newborn to 12 will be accepted at the Warrensburg Village Hall until December 13.  All donations are greatly appreciated.

For more information, call Pat Bales at (217) 855-4700 or Jim Seefeldt at (217) 233-1468.  Correspondence may be sent to: Warrensburg-Latham Brotherhood Tree c/o Pat Bales, 2206 Dunes Dr. Decatur IL 62526

The Warrensburg-Latham Lions Club, chrtered in January 1958 is the sole service club organization representing the Warrensburg-Latham School District.  Meetings are held the first and third Thursdays of the month at Illini Park Pavilion in Warrensburg.  Members are a group of men and women who identify needs within the community and work together to fulfill those needs.