The City Council meetings are typically held the first Monday of each month. The September meeting will be held on Tuesday, September 2, 2014 because of the Labor Day Holiday.
Compost bags for Spring clean up are available for $.75 each or a bag a 10 for $7.50. Bags can be purchased at City Hall, the Utility Plant, or Red Bud IGA.
Please make sure you purchase a city tag for your dog(s). Tags are $2.00 each and can be purchased at City Hall, 200 East Market Street, Red Bud, IL.
Reminders and Announcements
If you choose to burn yard waste and compost materials, please comply with local ordinances regulating this activity.
CITY SEEKS ANIMAL CONTROL WARDEN(S)
The City of Red Bud is currently looking for individuals to fill a part-time Animal Control Warden Position. Applications for the position can be picked up at City Hall, 200 East Market Street, Red Bud, IL. For more information about the position, please contact Police Chief Dan Brotz at 618.282.6118
CITY SUPERINTENDENT HIRED
The Red Bud City Council voted at the August 4, 2014 meeting to employ Joshua A. Eckart of Red Bud as a new utility department employee and City Superintendent - designee. Mr. Eckart will work in the utility Department in tandem with Superintendent David Diewald. Upon Mr. Diewald's retirement in December, Mr. Eckart will assume full duties and responsibility as City Superintendent.
Mr. Eckart is currently employed by SCI Engineering of O'Fallon, Illinois, where he serves as Head of the Construction Services Department. In this role Mr. Eckart provides management for corporate projects, supervises field technicians, and reviews and verifies all records, reports, and client billings. His previous assignments at SCI Engineering included Field Manager and Field Services Coordinator. In these positions Mr. Eckart coordinated project scheduling with field team leaders, managed equipment and vehicle maintenance, and provided support and direction for technical tasks, personnel and project management, engineering analyses, and technician staff training.
Mr. Eckart is a graduate of Murray State University, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering Technology. He resides in Red Bud with his family.