Tuesday, 11 January 2011 07:22

The Glasgow City Council last night took care of a number of appointments to get the new term started off.  Judge Phil Patton swore in local attorney Ben Rogers as the new city attorney, replacing Rich Alexander in that capacity.  Mayor Rhonda Riherd Trautman had a number of appointments and reappointments to be made, including Harold Armstrong, Wendell Honeycutt, Jerry Ralston, Brenda Bush, Holly Alexander and Bobby Lee Hurt to the Plaza Advisory Board; Jim Marion to the Economic Development loan and revolving loan fund committee, as well a IDEA, and the Water and Sewer Commission, Brad Groce to the Historical Preservation committee; Doug Isenberg to the Airport Board; Linda Wells to the South Central Kentucky Cultural Center, Electric Plant Board and the 911 Board; Stacy Hammer to the South Central Kentucky Cultural Center and the Shelter Board; Freddie Norris and Doug Isenberg to the Ambulance Board; Marlin Witcher to the Renaissance Committee and the Annexation Committee along with Harold Armstrong.  Mayor Trautman also announced that the Martin Luther King Day celebration will be Monday at 12 noon on the courthouse steps.   A briref service will be held followed by a march to First Baptist Church on Lewis Street.

Glasgow City Hall will be closed Monday, January 17th in observance of the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday.

Glasgow Department of Public Works (Street, Sanitation and Transit Departments) will also be closed January 17th for Martin Luther King Day.  Monday’s garbage and recycling will be collected on Tuesday, January 18th.  Residents are reminded to have garbage and recycling at curbside before 7:00 a.m.

There will be no Transit Bus Service on Monday, January 17th.

The Glasgow Landfill will be open from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (regular hours) on Monday, January 17th.






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