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The Paducah Board of Commissioners approved an ordinance Tuesday night for a Project Partnership Agreement between the Department of the Army and the City of Paducah for a floodwall reconstruction project.

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City officials in Paducah have drafted a proposed ordinance broadening the domain for food trucks. Planning Director Steve Ervin made the proposal in a City Commission meeting Tuesday night. 

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Paducah City Commissioners are discussing plans for the city’s next revitalization efforts. City Planning Director Steve Ervin presented work from the Planning Department and the Urban Renewal & Community Development Agency at a meeting Tuesday night. 

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Paducah’s next mayor and new city commissioner will be sworn into office Tuesday. Family Court Judge Deanna Wise Henschel will administer the oaths to incoming mayor Brandi Harless, returning commissioners Richard Abraham, Allan Rhodes, Sandra Wilson and incoming commissioner Sarah Stewart Holland.

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Incumbents pulled the highest vote totals of the twelve primary candidates for Paducah City Commission.  The top 8 will move on to the general election. 

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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.

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.

Paducah Weighs Options in City Hall Project

Oct 14, 2015
City of Paducah

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.