Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY

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January 14, 2013

Cave City groups plan gathering

CAVE CITY — Those who turn out for a joint meeting later this month between the Cave City City Council, the Cave City Chamber of Commerce and the Cave City Convention Center will be encouraged to share ideas on how to improve Cave City.

The meeting is set for Jan. 24 at 6 p.m. at the Cave Country RV Campground clubhouse on Gaunce Drive.

The meeting will be the first of its kind to take place.

“It’s just a community ‘let’s all get on board’ thing,” said Mayor Dwayne Hatcher, who announced the date for the gathering on Monday night during the Cave City City Council meeting.

The meeting will be informal, with soup and sandwiches served, he said.

Councilman Seaborn Ellzey thinks having such a meeting is a great idea.

 “It will be the first time … that this has happened other than at official things like chamber banquets and city banquets and things like that,” he said. “It’s just to exchange ideas. Nothing may come of it, but then again it will be some fellowship. Or, a lot may come of it.”

The meeting will be one way people can find out what is going on around town and hopefully, get involved, said Councilwoman Carol Ford.  

Ford would like to see people take more interest in making sure the city’s streets are clean and that their own property stays well-kept.

“So when people come to visit, they will want to come back,”  she said.

Ford would also like to see more people get involved with Cave City Proud.

“It was a success this last year, so hopefully, it will be again this year,” she said.

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