+ Dustin Tartar, co-owner of City Chef, requested an update on complaints regarding Downtown Motel. Mayor Bill Crusinberry said a meeting would be scheduled with police chief Mark Drollinger, city attorney Andrew Mudd and himself to discuss the situation.
+ Barbara Knuth commented the raw sewage on the ground in the Pine Street residence was not just a Vermilion County problem, it also was a city problem. The owner of the residence has been fined by the county, said Crusinberry, and has another court date set for April 24.
The next Hoopeston City council will meet at 7 p.m. May 6 in City Hall, 301 W. Main St.