Elkton City Council got all of its business done in less than 30 minutes Monday evening, but squeezed quite a bit of information into that half-hour.
Elkton Police Chief Bruce Marklin had a positive report to give along with his monthly activity log and thanked residents there for complying with the burn and fireworks ban over the Fourth of July holiday.
Meanwhile, City Clerk Laura Brock said Jim Kirby and Wesley Turner with the Kentucky Environmental Protection Agency were recently in town for a walk-through at the Elkton Die Cast property and said work can go forward toward making it a training facility.
Mayor Nancy Camp says Donald Settle and Doug Boley are in charge of making the city-owned building a training center, with vocations such as welding to be taught. Utilities Superintendent Terry Frogue said the city and Todd County Water District continue to negotiate a compromise on which lines belong to which entity and what to do going forward.