Paducah Riverfront Redevelopment Project

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The Paducah City Commission is considering a contract for a phase of the riverfront construction, but it cannot exceed $90,000. The contract with Bacon, Farmer and Workman Engineering includes assistance during the bidding process for the project.

Paducah Announces More Downtown Hotel Details

Dec 10, 2013
John Paul Henry

The equivalent of ninety new jobs and 9.3 million dollars annually are expected to come to downtown Paducah after the proposed upscale hotel opens in 2015 according to Paducah Riverfront Development Authority Executive Director Steve Doolittle. 

New Details Coming for Downtown Paducah Hotel

Dec 9, 2013

Details about a new hotel coming to downtown Paducah will be announced Tuesday at at 4:45 at City Hall. The hotel, which is expected to be open by June 1, 2015, will have at least 120 rooms, a restaurant and bar and will be connected to the Julian M. Carroll Convention Center. 

Future of Riverfront Redevelopment Remains Undecided

Nov 6, 2013
John Paul Henry

Board members remain divided on the future of a riverfront development project in Paducah. The Paducah Riverfront Development Authority grappled with narrowed options for Schultz Park and a new dock at Wednesday's PRDA meeting due to limited grant funds. 

PRDA to Fine Tune Riverfront Project

Oct 23, 2013

The Paducah Riverfront Development Authority officially took the lead from the City Commission on Wednesday to finish planning the final stages of the riverfront redevelopment project.

Reevaluation was assigned from the City Commission to PRDA this month because the project is over budget to be completed as planned.

The Paducah City Commission approved spending $80,000 to grade rock on the Paducah Riverfront Redevelopment Project on Tuesday, Oct. 15 at City Hall. The effort is meant to ensure the structure's safety while the project is on hold for reassessment. 

John Paul Henry

The Paducah Riverfront Redevelopment Project needs $50,000 in rock grading before the project can be put on hold for evaluation. 

Paducah City Engineer and Public Works Director Rick Murphy proposed paying MAC Construction to grade the material Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2013 at the Paducah City Commission Meeting at City Hall.