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Pre - Four minute Council Session council colleague consult

2017-07-25 - City Hall, 110 S Columbia Avenue, Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener,
As the clock bore down on the 5pmCT Special Called Meeting of City Council Monday evening, July 24, 2017, Council Member Ron Rogers, left, did some last minute cramming for the session as former mayors and current city council members Pam Hoots and Mark Harris consulted. In just over four minutes after Mayor Curtis D. Hardwick called the meeting to order, he conducted the Pledge of Allegiance and the Council Approved two major spending measures, a $140,547.92 purchase of a 2018 Freightliner Garbage Truck with state mandated back up television, and a accepted Gaddie-Shamrock's bid of $72,432 for the 2018 eight street paving program. - EW

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