Gov. Beshear will be in West Kentucky to hand out smiles (er... checks) on Wednesday.
Last August, Governor Beshear came to Clinton and brought a check for $730,000 for the sewer rehabilitation project. It's March 2010 and the money the governor brought is somewhere safe - or so we've been told. Where it's not is being applied to the bond to bring the cost of sewer service down for local residents. That's why residents will gather in protest Monday evening during the City Council meeting.
Wednesday, August 12
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM - Grant Announcements – Pontotoc Park Building (City of Fulton) Corner of Stateline and Commercial Avenue, Hickman
CDBG Fulton Scattered Site Housing Revitalization Project $1,000,000
KOHS Fulton Co. Sheriff Department 2-AR15 rifles w/tactical sights 6-Glock 22 $4,732
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM - Check Presentation: HB 608 Grants - Hickman County Courthouse, 110 East Clay Street, Clinton
City of Clinton Sewer Rehabilitation (SX21105004) $730,000
Hickman County Fiscal Court, Clinton, Automated Metering (WX21105006) $65,000
City of Columbus Water System (WX21105005) $40,000
City of Columbus Water System $65,000
1:05 PM - 2:00 PM - Announcement: Economic Incentives - IWT Software Company - Wolf's Convention (Banquet) Center, 325 First Street (corner of First and Green), Henderson
2:45 PM - 3:30 PM - Announcement: Economic Incentives - Owensboro RiverPark Center, 101 Daviess Street, Owensboro