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Due to the unfavorable road conditions the Logan County Courthouse will be closed Friday, February 4th, 2022.  
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Due to the current winter storm and the latest models regarding accumulation, the Logan County Courthouse will be closed on Thursday, February 3, 2022.

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All county offices will be closed Monday, January 17 in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

    The Planning & Zoning and Economic Development Committee of the Logan County Board recently voted to solicit candidates for the above referenced position. The person functioning in this capacity will be a full time Logan County employee and will administer our current local ordinances as well as ensure compliance with State and Federal regulations. Vital part time duties will also involve serving as director to the Regional Planning Commission, scheduling hearings for the Zoning Board of Appeals and assisting that body and administration of the Enterprise Zone.

     It is anticipated that considerable activity involving wind and solar farm development as well as surface mining will occur. Wind and solar farms already have a history in Logan County however each project is unique and will require considerable attention to detail, a close working relationship with the developers and likewise through project construction to assure all standards have been met. Success in this role will not only achieve all the above but do so in a manner that encourages further industry interests.

      This position may involve other duties as assigned and the ability to seek, write, and acquire grant funding should be expected. The capacity to work cooperatively with other community partners to include, but not limited to, municipalities and townships, the Farm Bureau, LEAD, the highway authorities, public and environmental health, and our legislative representatives in Springfield and Washington is essential. The applicant should possess a bachelor's degree in economic development, urban planning, marketing, business, or public administration.  At least three years of economic or community development or similar experience is also required.  Other qualifications include excellent computer, communication and writing skills, being able to meet deadlines, and be flexible with different types of assignments.  

      The person serving in this capacity will receive the same benefit package as other nonunion Logan County employees. This presently includes health and dental insurance, participation in IMRF, sick and vacation days as well as various State and Federal holidays. Salary will be dependent on qualification, experience, work scope capacity and is negotiable. Resumes and a statement of interest should be sent to the Logan County Board Office at 601 Broadway St. Room 17 PO Box 39 Lincoln, IL 62656 or emailed to or hand delivered. All such materials will be kept in the strictest of confidence.

      While no deadline has been established the committee will meet again on 02/02/2022 so it is advised that submission occur as soon as possible. The committee might issue a recommendation as early as mid-February however the ultimate decision will be made by the full Logan County Board and subject to passage of drug screening and a background check.

The Logan County Board is now accepting resumes for a Logan County Facilities Maintenance Manager until January 4, 2022. The Full job description is posted below:

Facilities Manager Description