The Hopkinsville City Council covered a lot of ground during tonight’s meeting.
The city council approved an amended municipal order concerning extending the Inner-City REZ boundaries.
The municipal order was approved, despite council members Wesley Grimes, Kimberly McCarley and Phillip Brooks voting no.
Prior to voting, Councilman Brooks expressed his concerns and made the motion to table voting until more information could be provided about possible flooding issues and his motion failed.
Under the municipal order, the City of Hopkinsville would enter into an agreement with Arrington Developers to sell about eight acres of Clark Gardens with the said property to be used for a thirty-two unit single family development.
In other business, council members unanimously approved the first reading of an ordinance to increase rates for garbage and trash collection by an average of 40 to 80 cents per month, depd
Councilwoman Marby Schlegel was absent from tuesday night's meeting.