CLINTON – The city council continues to research the issue of allowing the use of normally unlicensed, non-highway vehicles on city streets. The council is awaiting action by Gov. Quinn on legislation that would determine the state’s position on the matter.
During Monday’s city council meeting, mayor Carolyn Peters said she had received a list of names of people who supported the city’s legalizing the vehicles on city streets. She also said she had received email comments, some in favor of an ordinance that would allow the vehicles’ use and some against the measure.
“We have several who are interested who live outside of the city wanting to go into the city with their vehicles,” Peters said. For the complete article see the 07-16-2013 issue.
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