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home : local news February 26, 2015 

Lack of support kills housing project
Jessica Berzac, the vice president of development for UP Development of Chicago, reviews facts and figures on a whiteboard while speaking Monday night about the proposed Salt Creek Estates duplex rental housing subdivision in Jackson. Approximately 40 persons attended the community engagement meeting and most of the comments were from neighboring residents who were most concerned about flooding issues. (Telegram Photo by Pete Wilson)

Jessica Berzac, the vice president of development for UP Development of Chicago, reviews facts and figures on a whiteboard while speaking Monday night about the proposed Salt Creek Estates duplex rental housing subdivision in Jackson. Approximately 40 persons attended the community engagement meeting and most of the comments were from neighboring residents who were most concerned about flooding issues. (Telegram Photo by Pete Wilson)

Due to an apparent lack of governmental and public support, a proposed major rental housing subdivision in Jackson will not go forward - at least for now.

UP Development, LLC Vice President of Development Jessica Berzac told The Telegram Tuesday morning, February 24, that her firm would not be pursuing the Salt Creek Estates project this year and that it chose not to submit an application for needed state financial support which was due by a deadline of this past Monday, February 23.

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Jackson man sent to prison over Heroin
Jackson County Prosecuting Attorney Justin Lovett has announced that Floyd Rasp, age 47 and associated with Holly Hills Drive, Jackson, has been sent to prison for community control violations.
Tuesday, February 24, 2015
Wellston thief in prison
Jackson County Prosecuting Attorney Justin Lovett has announced that Jennifer Sirback, associated with Mulga Road, Wellston, has been sent to prison for community control violations stemming from her convictions for theft and forgery.
Tuesday, February 24, 2015
Commissioners approve sales tax distribution
Distribution figures for Jackson County's half percent sales tax have been approved by the Community Improvement Board (CIB) and the Jackson County Board of Commissioners.
Tuesday, February 24, 2015
Sheriff Frazier: Seizure of cash involves more than traffic stop
In the wake of apparent concerns which surfaced after the Jackson County Sheriff's Office recently seized $111,965 in cash following a recent traffic stop, Jackson County Sheriff Tedd Frazier has issued a statement aimed at clarifying the situation and indicating the cash has been "linked to criminal drug activity."
Tuesday, February 24, 2015
Crime Watch for February 24, 2015
Monday, February 23, 2015
Sheriff aims to seize $111,965
The Jackson County Sheriff's Office is taking steps to legally claim $111,965 which deputies found in the trunk of a vehicle after a recent traffic stop on U.S. Route 35 west of Jackson.
Friday, February 20, 2015
Crime Watch for February 21, 2015
Friday, February 20, 2015
Saturday Telegram delivery notice
Friday, February 20, 2015
Family escapes burning home
All the members of a large family in Bloomfield Township were able to escape unharmed from their burning home Thursday morning, February 19, and firefighters overcame the elements to save at least a portion of the house.
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Friday, February 20, 2015
Will Sheriff's Office take over law enforcement inside Coalton?
During the Coalton Village Council meeting of Tuesday, February 17, Mayor Kim Milliken said Jackson County Sheriff Tedd Frazier had called to note the number of times deputies have had to visit the village. She said in the past few months those visits totaled 71.

He wondered what was going on and if it might be wise for the sheriff's office to do all law enforcement coverage for the village.
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Friday, February 20, 2015
Police get their man
A young Wellston area man and two juveniles from Jackson are in custody after a shoplifting crime at the Jackson Walmart store Thursday evening, February 19, which later turned into an extended vehicle and foot pursuit that lasted a total of 2 ½ hours and resulted in all three fugitives being apprehended in the Wellston area.

Wellston Police Chief Tim Ackley reports the adult suspect, 21-year-old Dakota Rutter of 693 Jack Vaughn Road, Wellston, faces an array of charges for his efforts to avoid apprehension, including Theft Of A Motor Vehicle, Receiving Stolen Property, Felonious Assault With A Motor Vehicle, Fleeing And Eluding, Obstruction Of Official Business, Failure To Comply, and two counts of Child Endangering.
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Friday, February 20, 2015


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