Channahon will issue bonds for WESCOM's new building project
Will receive $100,000 administrative fee
CHANNAHON — Pending approval by the Western Will County Communications Center, WESCOM, the village of Channahon will issue a series of general obligation bonds in the amount of $5 million to fund a new building for WESCOM.
The deal was approved by Channahon village trustees Monday night, along with a resolution for the loan agreement with the 9-1-1 call and dispatch center.
The center’s current facilities are located in the Plainfield Law Enforcement Building and are very cramped, according to WESCOM executive director Steve Rauter. The agency has already purchased 3.4 acres behind its current site and has plans ready to go for the larger, “bunker-like” brick building.
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