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Chrisman residents to see bill increase in January

The meeting of the Chrisman City Council held on December 19th began with Lucas Knight from Knight Insurance going over the city’s insurance policy renewal. Knight handed out packets to the members of the council to look over as he went through the numbers. Knight stated that the policy was the same that it has…

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City gets ready for ‘Our Town’

The City of Chrisman began their monthly meeting on August 1st with Police Chief Tom Dolan sending out a thank you to Fire Chief Mike Marvin. “He just gave me four big teddy bears to keep in the event of a critical incident with a child,” Dolan said. “That was really cool.” Dolan also had…

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City forgiven almost $1M

The City of Chrisman has filled the open position of Sewer/Water employee. The spot has been vacant for a few weeks after previous employee Erik Bohle handed in his two week notice. The city made the decision to hire Michael Burgess for the position. Back in April of this year, Jacob Lewis attended the meeting…

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Bohle leaves as Chrisman city operator

The Chrisman City Council held their rescheduled meeting on Monday, June 27th. Members of the Chrisman Athletic Booster Club were in attendance to inquire about having a fundraiser on August 27th. Members just wanted to get the go ahead from the City for the event. The fundraiser would consist of a ride through town on…

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New Chrisman water line breaks

The City of Chrisman held their final meeting for the month on May 16th. The meeting began with approval of claims in the amount of $45,217.23. Building permits were also granted for 404 West Madison and 605 South Illinois. A demolition permit was granted for 323 South Iowa. The property located at 221 South Illinois…

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Rocky start at city meeting

The meeting of the Chrisman City Council held on October 4th, got off to a rocky start. Water Operator Zach Nelson attended the meeting to discuss his probationary period that was approved to be extended at the last meeting. With the extension, this puts Nelson where he can no longer work to earn his raise.…

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