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When thinking of a city like Charleston or New Orleans, it’s easy to connect that city with its historic architecture. Tales are told about the lives and activities that once were touched by buildings in those communities. Part of those narratives often go back to how preservation efforts fostered protection. A community’s efforts to respect its architectural legacy can not only add economic benefit to a region but more importantly help provide an important connection to the area’s history and its people.

Posted: December 30, 2016 | View More »
Appointed Peoria City Councilman Looks to Retain Seat

At-Large Peoria City Councilman Sid Ruckriegel announced Thursday he is running to retain the seat he was appointed to last November. Ruckriegel was appointed to fill out the remaining time on the seat that belonged to Chuck Weaver, who vacated it to take the Illinois Senate Seat vacated by Congressman Darin Lahood.

Posted: June 16, 2016 | View More »
Sid Ruckriegel announces run for remainder of at-large Peoria City Council term

With a slim number of local, contested races in November for Peorians, Campaign 2017 is jumping off early. Declaring himself “bullish on Peoria,” appointed Peoria City Councilman Sid Ruckriegel formally kicked off his campaign Thursday morning for the remaining two years of his at-large seat.

Posted: June 16, 2016 | View More »
City Council Picks Replacement For Vacant Seat

The Peoria City Council is set to appoint a new member next week. The Council will vote to appoint Sid Paul Ruckriegel to the At-Large seat vacated by Chuck Weaver. Ruckriegel would join the council before it votes on next year’s budget.

Posted: November 19, 2015 | View More »
City Council Replacement Selected

Peoria City Council members have reached a consensus to fill an at-large vacancy. Sid Paul Ruckriegel has been selected to replace Chuck Weaver, who resigned after his appointment as Illinois State Senator.

Posted: November 19, 2015 | View More »
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Sid has always been a working advocate for our neighborhoods in Peoria.  Even before he was on Council, he was not about just saying he cared, he'd roll up his sleeves and get involved.  This is just the type of work ethic we need on the Council.

Carol Holford, Community Activist June 6, 2016