ROCKFORD, In poor health. (WIFR) – A Rockford soldier is again serving the neighborhood after serving our nation abroad for the previous yr.
Tonight Rockford Mayor Tom McNamara obtained the approval from metropolis council to have Jonathan Logemann function alderperson for the second ward. Logemann served because the alderperson till he was deployed to the center east with the Illinois nationwide Guard final summer time.
Tony Gaspirini has been serving in his place. Nevertheless, Logemann is taking his spot again and officers say they’re enthusiastic about his return.
“He brings great vitality to the town council. I feel he’s going to slot in completely proper now and we may use his management on the council,” Mayor McNamara mentioned.
Mayor McNamara additionally mentioned the the town is launching a brand new program to supply some aid and assist enterprise who’ve 5 workers or much less. McNamara mentioned the planning and growth committee will additional focus on the plan.
Then, the the plan will transfer to the complete metropolis council for a vote. McNamara mentioned he hopes this system will get accredited so it may begin serving to those that want it.
“It’s meant to assist these micro enterprises who’ve zero to 5 workers in order that they’ll proceed to get by this actually tough financial time. Once I say get by that, they not solely can proceed to undergo and have good backside traces, however that they’ll proceed to have our residents on their payroll,” McNamara mentioned.
McNamara mentioned this system ought to supply not solely loans but in addition grants to assist homeowners throughout theses making an attempt occasions dwell in downtown Rockford.
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