Hodgenville’s Main Street committee met Dec. 17 to discuss an anticipated 25 percent budget cut. The quickly called meeting has led to questions about a possible violation of the Open Meetings Act.
The Main Street organization, supported by city funds and grants, works to revitalize and preserve historic features of the downtown. Mayor Terry Cruse informed the group’s president, Larry Davis, the city’s contribution would be reduced by $500 per month this year. The city has been supplying $2,000 per month.
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