City of Paducah

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The City of Paducah is adding a temporary site for residents to dispose of recyclable materials until a new transfer station is in place.  

Starting Monday, the public will be able to use the new location across from the Public Works building on Burnett Street.  

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The National Weather Service has lowered projected Ohio River crest levels, leading Paducah officials to cancel preparations to install the city’s floodgates.

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The Paducah Area Transit System has a unique status as the only fixed route bus system in Kentucky that serves a rural town community with a population under 50,000. On Sounds Good, Tracy Ross speaks with the system's executive director Arthur Boykin about understanding the services provided and the challenges of operating such a system in our region.

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The Paducah City Commission has approved a resolution to provide funding support for a second annual quilt show. 

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The Paducah Transit System is in need of significant upgrades according to the community development group Progress Paducah. At its meeting this week, discussion involved extending service hours for fixed route transportation, a mobile app to track buses and designated stops, and making more roads accessible to cyclists and pedestrians.

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The Paducah-McCracken County Convention Center Corporation is taking ownership of the city’s dome pavilion, assuming financial responsibility for the convention space.

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The Paducah City Commission is contracting an architectural design firm to develop blueprints for a new city hall.  

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  It’s been a year since the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development mandated a flat rate increase for public housing. Some local housing officials thought it would price people out of the homes as HUD set rates based off of fair market value prices. 

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Paducah and McCracken County officials are asking for public input to aid in seeking assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency following the July 7th flooding.

The city and county are hoping to determine the number of people who received flood damage in addition to several  public buildings.  The documents will be used to determine whether the damage constitutes for disaster relief.

Paducah City Commission Approves $77M Budget

Jun 17, 2015
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The Paducah City Commission approved a 2016 budget of more than $77 million Tuesday night. 

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