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Thu October 1, 2009
Paducah's HARC Says No to Greyhound
By Chris Taylor
Paducah, KY – Greyhound buses will not operate out of the Paducah Area Transit System terminal on Ninth and Harrison Streets. Paducah's Historic Architectural Review Commission last night voted unanimously to overturn a recent zoning decision made by city Planning Director Steve Ervin. Paducah Area Transit will appeal the decision, as it had planned to sign a contract with Greyhound, leasing office space and use of the terminal. According to a Greyhound representative, the company's current terminal on Fourth Street is too large.