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LOCAL NEWS

LIBERTY CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL REPORT

 

The Liberty City Council met in special session Tuesday.


The Council approved a second reading of an ordinance related to an electric franchise between the city and Kentucky Utilities.


The Council appointed a new council member to fill the unexpired term of Andie Lawhorn, who resigned. That new council member is Chase Dial.


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That resolution was approved.


The council also considered a resolution related to Land and Water grant.
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The resolution was approved.


There was a discussion of reinstating an Ethics Board. The council will appoint three residents of the City of Liberty to that board at a future meeting.


There was a discussion concerning delinquent utility bills. Councilman Richard Montgomery had requested a print out of the delinquent bills, which at that time totaled over $15,000. Many of those accounts were over 45 days late. Since that time some of those accounts have been caught up.


There was also a discussion concerning shared water meters in the city which is causing some billing fluctuations. Councilman Richard Montgomery pointed out that the city is losing revenue due to combined water meters for businesses with residences, as well as multi unit rental units and apartments. No action was taken.


The next regular meeting of the Liberty City Council is scheduled for June 13th.