Brennan: Minooka ready for economic upturn
Infrastructure work putting the village in good position
MINOOKA — The village of Minooka is prepared for the economy to turn around. With multiple street reconstructions and repairs over the last year, storm sewers rebuilt and future upgrades being planned, the village is ready for the next economic boom, Village President Pat Brennan said.
In his State of the Village address on Wednesday, March 6, Brennan outlined the many infrastructure projects that have taken place, including the complete rebuild of Twin Rail Drive, $310,000 in Motor Fuel Tax paving projects, replacement of $56,000 worth of village sidewalks and installation of 950 feet of new water main on McLindon Road.
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