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At City Council meeting: Councillor Robert Flowers

2013-07-02 - City Hall, 116 Campbellsville Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Robert Flowers. Robert Flowers was in a happy mood before the Monday, July 1, 2013, regular session of Columbia City Council, especially about the state of the city after the council made some hard decisions on the budget and adjusted rates for the city sanitation department and enhanced revenues for the gas department. Later in the meeting, he would take on a challenge to the gas ordinance, explaining to Citizen Bill Anderson that the changes were necesary to keep the department solvent in the face of rising pipeline transportation costs. He also challenged the Mayor, Acting City Clerk, and fellow council members to revisit the city's tax code, to find out how the City of Greensburg and the City of Campbellsville fared after the implementation of a Payroll Tax. Behind him, from front are Council Members Linda Waggener and Craig Dean, then City Attorney Marshall Loy. - EW
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