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Municipal Building Chimes Ring for Essential Workers

Tunes Play Daily at Noon

As a salute to healthcare workers, first responders, and all essential workers who continue to perform their jobs daily, the chimes in the Municipal Building Tower will play inspirational songs every day at noon.

“Our unique Municipal Building Tower is a distinguished symbol of St. Charles,” said Mayor Raymond Rogina. “I am glad the tower chimes can spread a message of thanks and hope to those who keep our community safe and running, even in this most difficult time for our city.”

St. Charles Mayor Raymond P. Rogina Issues Two Executive Orders

Today, Mayor Raymond P. Rogina, who also serves as St. Charles Liquor Control Commissioner, executed two emergency orders in an effort to support St. Charles restaurants and pubs during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. 

The following guidelines from the Illinois Liquor Control Commission were issued March 19, 2020.

1) Qualifying licensed bars and restaurants now will be able to deliver alcohol that is in original, sealed packaging for off-site, legal consumption. In the City of St Charles this includes Class B and C license holders.  

U.S. Department of Labor Recognizes the City for Hiring Veterans

Official Department of Labor Hire Vets Logo
City Receives HIRE Vets Medallion Award

For the third consecutive year, The U.S. Department of Labor presented the City of St. Charles with the HIRE Vets Gold Medallion Award. The award recognizes the City for employing military veterans, as part of the Honoring Investments in Recruiting and Employing American Military Veterans Act of 2017 (HIRE Vets Act).

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