The 2021 Water Quality Report for the City of Libertyville is available upon request at City Hall in Libertyville and will not be mailed to residents individually. A copy is posted in the bulletin board outside the office. For questions or to request a copy, please contact the City Clerk at 641.693.3271. Office hours are Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to Noon. The City of Libertyville purchases its water from Fairfield Water Department.
On the west side of Main Street was a row of one-story buildings. One was a drugstore owned by Icabod Warner, next a shoemaker's shop owned by a Mr. Jigaman, another small building and then the Odd Fellows Hall.
In 1879 there were three general stores which kept stocks of drugs, drygoods, and groceries, a lumber yard, grain elevator, a hotel, a wagon and carriage establishment, a harness shop, two shoe shops, a barber shop, a cabinet shop, a blacksmith shop, a meat market and a saloon.
In 1858 or 1859 th C.R. & P. railroad was constructed through Libertyville. Previous to that everything was hauled by ox or horse-drawn wagons from Keokuk or Burlington where freight was shipped by boat up the Mississippi River.
Notes from - 'A Stroll Back', a history of Libertyville, Iowa.
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