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Should businesses register? City Council revives discussion of program, but lots of details still to be decided

A sheriff’s deputy calms her canine partner during a ceremony at the Woodstock City Council meeting, where a $2,540 donation was presented to the Northern Illinois Police K-9 Memorial Foundation. The money was raised through the city’s sixth annual “No-Shave November,” which is coordinated by the Woodstock Police Department. (Independent photo by Larry Lough)
Many residents might not care whether Woodstock requires businesses to register with the city, but City Council members say such a system would benefit the public. Councilman Tom Nierman, who […]
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