The city plans to rehabilitate three H&L Landfill pump stations.
The Landfill Remediation Fund 301 was created as part of the consent decree between the city and Illinois Environmental Protection Agency to provide funding for purposes such as these.
The fund has $810,000 in it, according to city officials.
An engineering study and analysis of the landfill system will determine if there is enough data to indicate the landfill is not a threat to the environment.
“(The landfill) may not be a hazard to the environment anymore,” Schnelle said, adding that corporation counsel David Wesner and another professional have agreed there is vagueness with the consent decree. “That’s why we think it’s worthwhile.”
n Prohibiting parking at various points along North Vermilion Street, related to the Vermilion Street roadway improvements north of the downtown.
n Purchasing right-of-way for the Lincoln Park shared-use path project.
COMING UP The Danville City Council will meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Robert E. Jones Municipal Building, 17 W. Main St.