Four deer stand among the corn stalks in a field along Old Collinsville Road in rural Caseyville Township last week. The area is still farmland, though many subdivisions have been built, or are being constructed, nearby. Not far away, the USDA it considering whether or not the village of Shiloh is still “rural” enough to qualify for its housing program.
Four deer stand among the corn stalks in a field along Old Collinsville Road in rural Caseyville Township last week. The area is still farmland, though many subdivisions have been built, or are being constructed, nearby. Not far away, the USDA it considering whether or not the village of Shiloh is still “rural” enough to qualify for its housing program. Curt Libbra clibbra@bnd.com
Four deer stand among the corn stalks in a field along Old Collinsville Road in rural Caseyville Township last week. The area is still farmland, though many subdivisions have been built, or are being constructed, nearby. Not far away, the USDA it considering whether or not the village of Shiloh is still “rural” enough to qualify for its housing program. Curt Libbra clibbra@bnd.com

Is Shiloh still rural? The federal government is looking into it and wants your thoughts.

February 12, 2018 03:50 PM