Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY

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July 16, 2013

Magistrates discuss helping Cave City with park

GLASGOW — Barren County Fiscal Court plans to lend a hand to Cave City to help get one of its parks rehabilitated, but details of just how that will occur are yet to be determined.

At the regular fiscal court meeting, Magistrate Chris Steward said that he had spoken at Cave City’s city council meeting recently and the council voted unanimously to create an interlocal agreement to be able to use county equipment to help with Doyle Park. Since then, he has learned that such an agreement is unnecessary and the two governments would only need to pass a resolution for Judge-Executive Davie Greer and Cave City Mayor Dwayne Hatcher to work out an agreement between them, he said.


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