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Progress at the torn down bank building, or lack thereof

Kevil – During the recent Kevil City Hall meeting, Council Member Charlie Trice asked about the progress of the old torn down bank building owned by Bif Honschell because he has been asked by several persons about the old bank building. At the Kevil City Hall meeting held on April 1, 2013, a year ago almost to the day, Council Member Charlie Trice reported that said bank building owned by said person was torn down. At the current meeting, Attorney Jeffery Alford of Jeffery P Alford, PLLC said that he has not received a response to the letter he sent out about the old bank building to the owner. As of right now, no action is being taken regarding the clean up of the debris. 

Under old business, Alford brought up the three separate Intents to De-annex Property from the city of Kevil. All three separate 1st readings for each tract of land were passed by the Council Members. One tract contains 4.1 acres. The second tract contains 56 acres and the third tract contains approximately 24 acres of land. The next step in this process is to send the Intents to the County Commission.

Under new business, Council Member Rhonda Lange asked about the inappropriate behavior and drug activity at the park after dark. The Council Members discussed relocating one of the security cameras at the park to get a better view of the parking lot.

Under other old business, the second reading of Kentucky Utilities Franchise 23014-1 was passed by the Council Members. Lead Customer Representative Tony Jones of Kentucky Utilities presented to the Council Members the documentation for the Kentucky Utilities Franchise that needed to be signed.    

The next Kevil City Hall Meeting will be held on Monday, May 5, 2014 at 10 am

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