City of Madisonville to Apply for Walking Trails Grant



     THE CITY OF MADISONVILLE WILL APPLY FOR A 100-THOUSAND DOLLAR GRANT TO HELP BUILD 5 MILES OF NATURE AND WALKING TRAILS AT THE NEW MAHR PARK.  THE CITY COUNCIL HELD A PUBLIC MEETING YESTERDAY BEFORE THE REGULAR MEETING TO OUTLINE THE TRAILS PROPOSAL TO THE PUBLIC.  TOTAL COST WILL BE ABOUT 275-THOUSAND DOLLARS.  IF THE GRANT IS AWARDED FROM THE KENTUCKY DEPARTMENT OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND THE FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION, THE REST COULD COME FROM THE MAHR TRUST FUND AND OTHER SOURCES, INCLUDING THE CITY AND PRIVATE SOURCES.
     ALSO YESTERDAY, POLICE CHIEF WADE WILLIAMS REPORTED THAT 50-THOUSAND DOLLARS OF METHAMPHETAMINE HAD RECENTLY BEEN SEIZED. 
     AND, THE COUNCIL AWARDED A BID FOR ELECTRICAL WORK AT THE NEW DISPATCH CENTER TO GROVES CONSTRUCTION FOR 28-THOUSAND 500 DOLLARS.

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Locations : KentuckyMadisonville
People : WADE WILLIAMS
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