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Revived car wash seeks zoning variances

Who would have thought Woodstock’s zoning code did not allow exterior vacuums at a commercial car wash to be visible from the street? Owners of Swift Car Wash, who plan […]

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Council gives red light, green light, yellow light to arts and rec activities

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Cannabis business could grow here

Two potential cannabis growing operations have received the go-ahead from the Woodstock City Council. And a proposal for a third is on its way. VISE Partners proposes building a 39,200-square-foot […]

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Virus sparks restaurant competition

Deputy Mayor Mike Turner urged the Woodstock City Council to “be creative” in considering changes to the city’s food truck regulations to address complaints from brick-and-mortar restaurants about their mobile […]

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City adds space to grow downtown

When the time is right for development of the downtown area, Woodstock will have a big place to develop. The City Council last week approved the purchase of the vacated […]

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PHASE 3: Who’s open, who’s not

CITY OF WOODSTOCK Police & Fire Rescue are fully staffed and working 24/7. Call 815-338-2131 or 911 for emergency services.Public Works continues to be closed, but services may be requested by calling 815-338-4300.City Hall is open daily 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.Closed daily noon to 1 p.m.City Hall services: water bill payments, stickers, permitsUse the east side door and proceed to the lower level.Public Library is offering curbside pick-up 10 a.m. to noon and 1 to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.Woodstock Recreation Center is closed but outside and online programs are being offered.All non-essential buildings are closed until further notice.Go to the City of Woodstock’s website for updates: woodstockil.gov McHENRY COUNTYThe Michael J. Sullivan Judicial Center and the McHenry County

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