The Glasgow City Council met in regular session last night at Glasgow City Hall.
An interlocal agreement was brought before the Council to approve. The Council did not approve of the interlocal agreement, citing it had unfair power stipulations among Barren County government leaders. Those in approval of the agreement were Councilmembers Wendel Honeycutt, Marna Kirkpatrick, Freddie Norris and Marlin Witcher.
The Council also passed a strategic plan for Glasgow following the creation of the strategic planning committee at a prior meeting. Mayor Harold Armstrong authorized Chairman of the committee Terry Bunnell to proceed with the project.
In other business, the Council accepted two road signs from Vietnam veteran Ervin Lyons, naming the city as a Purple Heart City.
Recent retiree from the Glasgow Police Department Charlie Lowery was honored for 20 years of service to Glasgow.
The Council will not meet on its scheduled May 27 date. The Council will convene again June 10.