Hodgenville City Council and the LaRue County Park and Recreation Board have appeared to reach a stalemate – for now – on the subject of a restaurant tax.
Park treasurer Jack LaRue offered an update Monday to council members. He said volunteers – including coaches and children – have gone door-to-door asking for support for the 37-year-old Park. The group has collected about 250 signatures on a petition asking City Council to enact a 2 percent restaurant tax.
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