Paducah City Commission

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The Paducah City Commission last night introduced an ordinance creating a commercial construction financial assistance program aimed at improving the city’s Fountain Avenue Neighborhood. The program provides incentives to property owners spending a minimum of $100,000 constructing new commercial buildings. Property owners can receive a five-year, forgivable loan for as much as $20,000. However, the commission limits the program’s total budget to only $40,000.

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Paducah’s Henry Clay Park is getting a new name.  City commissioners voted last night to rename the park in honor of former Mayor Albert Jones who served from 1996 until 2000.  

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The Paducah City Commission decided at their meeting last night to allow the owner’s of the Ethan Allen Carriage House to demolish the building. 

Parties Argue over Ethan Allen Carriage House Fate

Jul 11, 2012
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Two parties argued over the fate of the Ethan Allen Carriage House building during the Paducah City Commissioner’s meeting yesterday. 

Paducah City Commissioners yesterday discussed making significant changes to the city Inspections Department. 

Paducah City Commissioner Field Narrows

May 23, 2012

Paducah residents narrowed the field of potential city commissioner candidates from 20 to eight in last night’s  primary elections.  They will in turn run against one another in November for one of four city commissioner seats.

Election Returns

May 22, 2012

All Kentucky counties reporting. Listen to Morning Edition with Todd Hatton to hear a full digest of tonight's returns.

Paducah City Commission Opposes Flying Confederate Flag

May 16, 2012
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The Paducah City Commission disapproves of a local organization’s intention to fly the Confederate flag. 

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