Paducah City Commission

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Paducah city officials are considering drafting an ordinance to expand the use of food trucks in the city.

Right now, mobile food vending is allowed only on a couple stretches of Hinkleville and Lone Oak roads in what’s known as highway business districts.

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The Paducah City Commission is moving forward with plans to establish its own E-911 service instead of partnering with the Kentucky State Police. The move comes as the city is in need of updating its equipment. 

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Paducah city commissioners have approved their half of a $252,172 contract for consulting services to upgrade the Paducah-McCracken County Emergency Communications Center.

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An advisory group is now in place to help the city of Paducah decide whether to renovate its City Hall or construct a new one.

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Paducah has taken the next step in its plan for a new-and-improved city hall.

The city commission introduced an ordinance Tuesday to hire on Indianapolis-based firm RATIO Architects for a side-by-side study to consider potential renovations or a new building.

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The Paducah City Commission is pushing discussions on how to proceed with the stalled Shultz Park renovation project.  The move comes after commissioners heard cost-reduction options at last night’s meeting.

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Paducah City Commissioners are considering a different approach to renovating their deteriorating City Hall.

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The Paducah City Commission has approved a two-year contract with Barbecue on the River, Inc. - the first formal agreement between the city and organizers of the event, which celebrated its 20th anniversary last year.

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The Paducah City Commission has voted to develop a request for proposals for architectural and engineering services to design a new City Hall.  

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Paducah’s mayor introduced a resolution to the city commission last night to retain the Paducah/McCracken County 911 emergency communications center.  

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