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Posted: Tuesday, 20 May 2014 12:04AM

Leitchfield City Council agrees to purchases, tables talk of web site upgrade

The Leitchfield City Council gave its approval on Monday night to the Utilities Commission to pursue refinancing a bond, which will save the commission $118,000.00.

The council tabled talk of upgrading the city’s web site at a proposed cost of $3,468.00. A cost which includes training on how to manage the site. Additionally, there would be no yearly fees.

Some of the council members thought the cost was high, especially after Police Chief Kevin Henderson noted that the police department paid considerably less than $3,500.00 to upgrade its computer system.

City Council attorney Kenneth Smart listed several bids received from multiple vendors for the next fiscal year’s stone, asphalt, concrete, and excavation purchases. After hearing the bids, Councilman Billy Dallas moved that the city accept Scotty’s bid for the city’s stone and asphalt purchases. The motion was unanimously passed.

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