A hearing was held Monday afternoon in the year-long dispute between the city of Hodgenville and high bidder for the former city hall building.
Last April, city council decided to sell the Lincoln Boulevard building that once housed the mayor’s office. Harold W. Warren was the high bidder at $77,800.
The city accepted Warren’s deposit check of $5,000.
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