Commission Meeting Videos

The Paducah Board of Commissioners meets the first four Tuesdays of each month at 5:30 p.m. in the Commission Chambers of City Hall, 300 South 5th Street. The 2nd and 4th Tuesday meetings are regular meetings with workshops often held on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month in the same location. The general public is invited to attend.  The meetings are aired live on Government 11 (for Comcast subscribers) and tape replayed.  The meetings are produced by the television production crew at WKCTC and aired live on Government 11 (Comcast channel 11) and tape replayed. Visit City Commission Meeting Information for agendas, minutes, packets, and highlights.  Visit Live Streaming for a link to a meeting when it is being streamed live.  

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MEETING VIDEO SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS
2017 Videos  
City Commission Meeting, November 28 Highlights include the setting of the fees for the voluntary curbside recycling program and the approval of two resolutions for payroll tax rebates as economic incentives for the expansion of UACJ Whitehall Automotive Industries and Credit Bureau Systems.  37 minutes     Written Highlights for November 28, 2017 >>
City Commission Meeting, November 14 Highlights include a presentation of an Enterprise Cities Award for the Pat & Jim Brockenborough Health Park from the Kentucky League of Cities, the approval of a resolution recognizing the partnership between the City and the 101st Airborne Division, and the approval of a resolution in memory of former Police Chief Robert Lee Patterson.  42 minutes     Written Highlights for November 14, 2017 >>
City Commission Meeting, November 7 Highlights include a discussion of the traffic congestion at the intersection of Buckner Lane and Pecan Drive, the approval of the annexation of properties located at 2835 Maryland Street and 2909 Lone Oak Road, and the introduction of an ordinance to amend the budget.  40 minutes     Written Highlights for November 7, 2017 >>
City Commission Meeting, October 24 Highlights include a proclamation about Diabetes Awareness Month, a resolution in support of the Federal Historic Tax Credit Program, and a discussion about the indefinite closure of North 32nd Street by the State due to a deteriorated bridge.  40 minutes     Written Highlights for October 24, 2017 >>
City Commission Meeting, October 10 Highlights include a presentation about the development of a curbside recycling program and the changes to yard waste collection program in addition to the approval of the bid for the Noble Park Tennis Court Renovation. 63 minutes     Written Highlights for October 10, 2017 >>
City Commission Meeting, September 26 Highlights include the approval of amendments to the City's alcohol and beverage ordinance and the setting of the Fiscal Year 2018 property tax rate.  68 minutes     Written Highlights for September 26, 2017 >>
City Commission Meeting, September 12 Highlights include the public hearing for the FY2018 property tax levy, a presentation about curbside recycling, and a discussion about the Gen. Lloyd Tilghman statue.  132 minutes     Written Highlights for September 12, 2017 >>
City Commission Meeting, August 22 Highlights include a presentation about the City's health insurance plan for 2018, an update on curbside recycling, and a discussion about parking space requirements.  71 minutes     Written Highlights for August 22, 2017 >>
City Commission Meeting, August 8 Highlights include a request to expand Paducah's smoking ban, the swearing in ceremony for five new Paducah Police officers, and the accepting of a $500,000 donation from Pat Brockenborough for the Health Park.   103 minutes     Written Highlights for August 8, 2017 >>
City Commission Meeting, July 25 Highlights include the approval of municipal orders for two monuments and the accepting of a $175,000 grant for the Paducah 911 Center.  17 minutes     Written Highlights for July 25, 2017 >>
City Commission Meeting, July 11 Highlights include the approval of the hiring of Tammara Tracy as Planning Director, a presentation about the McCracken County Public Library's strategic planning, and the approval of a grant application through the Tennessee Titans Foundation.   32 minutes     Written Highlights for July 11, 2017 >>
City Commission Meeting, June 27 Highlights include the approval of the fiscal year 2018 budget and the presentation of the Mayor's Award of Merit to Ambassadors Marty and Cheryl Bendick.  60 minutes     Written Highlights for June 27, 2017 >> 
City Commission Meeting, June 13 Highlights include the graduation ceremony for the first class of the Paducah Citizens' Academy, a presentation about the August 21 solar eclipse, and the introduction of the fiscal year 2018 budget.  70 minutes     Written Highlights for June 13, 2017 >> 
City Commission Meeting, May 16 Highlights include a presentation about the proposed pocket park at 432 Broadway, the approval of an application for grant funding for floodwall pump station #2, and an update on the Storm Water Comprehensive Master Plan progress.  29 minutes     Written Highlights for May 16, 2017 >>
City Commission Meeting, May 9 Highlights include a proclamation for Public Service Recognition Week, the approval of the zoning change for property at 4231 Pecan Drive, the approval of the Project Partnership Agreement for the floodwall, and the approval of the creation of an ordinance regarding the operation of food trucks.  46 minutes     Written Highlights for May 9, 2017 >>
City Commission Meeting, April 25 Highlights include a deferring of the zone change vote for the Pecan Drive property, the awards presentation for the Dogwood Trail winners, and the approval of the architectural and engineering agreement for the first phase of rehabilitation for City Hall.  71 minutes     Written Highlights for April 25, 2017 >>
City Commission Meeting, April 18 Highlights include a pre-budget workshop to discuss the general fund, investment fund, and 20 potential capital improvement projects.  All approved at this meeting was an extension of the franchise agreement between the City and Comcast.   81 minutes     Written Highlights for April 18, 2017 >>
City Commission Meeting, April 11 Highlights include a presentation about the Community Scholarship Program, a presentation about proactive measures by the Fire Prevention Division in addressing property maintenance, and the introduction of an ordinance to change the zoning for property at 4231 Pecan Drive.  71 minutes     Written Highlights for April 11, 2017 >>
City Commission Meeting, March 28 Highlights include a presentation about a proposed food truck ordinance.   41 minutes     Written Highlights for March 28, 2017 >>
City Commission Meeting, March 21 Highlights include a presentation about the 911 Communications Services Department and the approval of Sunday sales for microbreweries.  36 minutes     Written Highlights for March 21, 2017 >>
City Commission Meeting, March 14 Highlights include the approval of an agreement with Strand Associates for a Comprehensive Storm Water Master Plan and an update from the Paducah Human Rights Commission about upcoming events.  36 minutes     Written Highlights for March 14, 2017 >>
City Commission Meeting, February 28 Highlights include a presentation about the proposed Comprehensive Storm Water Master Plan, the approval of the contract for the second phase of the Noble Park Lake Bank Stabilization project, and the approval of amendments for the taxicab and upper story residential grant program ordinances.  104 minutes     Written Highlights for February 28, 2017 >>
City Commission Meeting, February 21 Highlights include a public hearing regarding the private property transaction of eight apartment complexes.  The buyer is pursuing Multi-family Housing Revenue Bonds, tax-free bonds leading to the public hearing requirement.  Highlights also include the introduction of ordinances for the FOP and IAFF contracts and the Noble Park Lake Bank Stabilization Phase II Project.  90 minutes     Written Highlights for February 21, 2017 >>
City Commission Meeting, February 14 Highlights include the approval of several boards and commission members and the introduction of ordinances related to the annexation and zone change for property off Lone Oak Road near Banks Market.  33 minutes     Written Highlights for February 14, 2017 >>
City Commission Meeting, February 7 Highlights include the appointment of citizens to various boards and commissions.  19 minutes     Written Highlights for February 7, 2017 >>
City Commission Meeting, January 24 Highlights include the approval to create the Paducah Riverfront Development Advisory Board and a presentation about the next neighborhood to revitalize.  71 minutes     Written Highlights for January 24, 2017 >>
City Commission Meeting, January 17 Highlights include a presentation about the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report and a presentation about the first annual Paducah Citizens' Academy.  48 minutes     Written Highlights for January 17, 2017 >>
City Commission Meeting, January 3 Highlights include the approval of Commissioner Sandra Wilson as Mayor Pro Tem and the introduction of an agreement for the Fleet Division to provide service and maintenance for Concord Fire Protection District vehicles.  14 minutes     Written Highlights for January 3, 2017 >>
City Commission Meeting, January 3 (Swearing-in Ceremony) The ceremonial swearing-in of the Paducah Board of Commissioners was held January 3, 2017 in the atrium of City Hall.  McCracken County Family Court Judge Deanna Wise Henschel administered the oaths of office to Mayor Brandi Harless and Commissioners Richard Abraham, Sarah Stewart Holland, Allan Rhodes Jr., and Sandra Wilson.  23 minutes
2016 Videos  
City Commission Meeting, December 13 Highlights include the Christmas Parade awards presentation, the approval of a financing lease for the dome relocation and convention center improvements, and the acceptance of a Delta Regional Authority grant for the floodwall project.  44 minutes     Written Highlights for December 13, 2016 >> 
City Commission Meeting, December 6 Highlights include employee service awards, the approval of an extension to the Comcast franchise, a presentation of the Mayor's Student Christmas Ornament Contest winners, and an update on the enterprise resource planning software transition.   58 minutes     Written Highlights for December 6, 2016 >>
City Commission Meeting, November 29 Highlights include a presentation about the process to nominate City Hall to the National Register of Historic Places.  17 minutes     Written Highlights for November 29, 2016 >>
City Commission Meeting, November 1 Highlights include the presentation of the Kentucky League of Cities Enterprise Cities Award for the Fountain Avenue Neighborhood Revitalization, the recognition of a Section 8 homeowner, and the announcement of the winners of the Veterans Day essay winners.  Also, the Board approved the contract for engineering services for the next phase of the Greenway Trail.  71 minutes     Written Highlights for November 1, 2016 >>
City Commission Meeting, October 25 Highlights include an update on the City's solid waste transfer station through Freedom, a proclamation for Nuclear Defense Workers Remembrance Day, and the introduction of the contract for professional engineering services for Phase IV of the Greenway Trail.  64 minutes     Written Highlights for October 25, 2016 >>
City Commission Meeting, October 11 Highlights include an update about Barkley Regional Airport activities, a proclamation for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and the approval of various ordinances pertaining to the City's health insurance.  39 minutes     Written Highlights for October 11, 2016 >>
City Commission Meeting, October 4 Highlights include the setting of the 2017 property tax rate and a presentation about the City's 2017 health insurance plan.  44 minutes     Written Highlights for October 4, 2016 >>
City Commission Meeting, September 27 Highlights include an ordinance amendment to remove the muzzle requirement for dogs at community event and the introduction of the ordinance setting the property tax levy for fiscal year 2017.  The levy is proposed to remain at 25.5 cents.  Concerned citizens also gave a presentation about the deteriorating conditions of a historic home on North 6th Street.  59 minutes     Written Highlights for September 27, 2016 >>  
City Commission Meeting, September 20 Highlights include a discussion regarding the dog ordinance and the accepting of the contract for the construction of the Noble Park tennis shelter/restrooms.  57 minutes     Written Highlights for September 20, 2016 >>
City Commission Meeting, September 13, 2016 Highlights include the introduction of the contract for the construction of the Noble Park Tennis Shelter/Restroom project and an update on the Olivet Church Road Improvement Project and the Riverfront Redevelopment Project.  44 minutes     Written Highlights for September 13, 2016 >>
City Commission Meeting, September 6, 2016 Highlights include public comments regarding the Broadway-Jefferson project and the approval of a contract with HDR Engineering to study various project aspects.  Also, the Board approved service contracts between the 911 Communications Services Department and Hendron and Lone Oak Fire Protection Districts.  104 minutes     Written Highlights for September 6, 2016 >>
City Commission Meeting, August 23, 2016 Highlights include an update from the National Quilt Museum, the adoption of an ordinance for engineering design services for floodwall pump stations #2 and #9, and the introduction of an ordinance to study the conversion of Broadway and Jefferson back to two-way streets with the addition of bike lanes.  61 minutes     Written Highlights for August 23, 2016 >>
City Commission Meeting, August 16, 2016 Highlights include a workshop about neighborhood redevelopment objectives and the approval of a contract with Federal Engineering for services related to upgrading the equipment at the 911 Center.   49 minutes     Written Highlights for August 16, 2016 >>
City Commission Meeting, August 9, 2016 Highlights include actions related to the rehabilitation of floodwall pump stations #2 and #9 and the introduction of contracts for service between the City and several agencies.  42 minutes     Written Highlights for August 9, 2016 >>
City Commission Meeting, July 19, 2016 Highlights include an update on the progress to apply for a Community Development Block Grant for the floodwall pump station #2 project.  21 minutes     Written Highlights for July 19, 2016 >>
City Commission Meeting, July 12, 2016 Highlights include a public hearing regarding the renewal of the City's franchise agreement with Comcast and the approval to apply for a Community Development Block Grant which is funded would be used to help rehabilitate floodwall pump station #2.  62 minutes     Written Highlights for July 12, 2016 >>
City Commission Meeting, July 5, 2016 Highlights include a proclamation for Park and Recreation Month and the approval of several contracts between the City and agencies for services through the 911 Communications Services Department.  27 minutes     Written Highlights for July 5, 2016 >>
City Commission Meeting, June 28, 2016 Highlights include the approval of the fiscal year 2017 budget and the introduction of ordinances for agreements for agencies to contract with the City's 911 Communications Services Department.  33 minutes     Written Highlights for June 28, 2016 >>
City Commission Meeting, June 21, 2016 Highlights include the introduction of the Fiscal Year 2017 budget and the approval of the bid to demolish the former nursing home located at 501 North 3rd Street.  38 minutes     Written Highlights for June 21, 2016 >>
City Commission Meeting, June 14, 2016 Highlights include the approval of a contract with Tyler Technologies for Enterprise Resource Planning software and an update of the nuisance code to include demolition by neglect.  29 minutes     Written Highlights for June 14, 2016 >>  
City Commission Meeting, June 7, 2016 Highlights include the approval of the creation of the 911 Communications Services Department.  41 minutes     Written Highlights for June 7, 2016 >>
City Commission Meeting, May 17, 2016 Highlights include the approval of a grant for the Fountain Avenue Health Park.  6 minutes     Written Highlights for May 17, 2016 >>
City Commission Meeting, May 10, 2016 Highlights include presentations about the Paducah Chiefs baseball team, the Paducah Symphony Orchestra's new fundraising event, and an update on the City Hall project.  47 minutes     Written Highlights for May 10, 2016 >>
City Commission Meeting, April 26, 2016 Highlights include a proclamation for Public Service Recognition Week and a presentation from the Parks Services Department regarding the summer events schedule.  23 minutes     Written Highlights for April 26, 2016 >>
City Commission Meeting, April 19, 2016 Highlights include a presentation by RATIO Architects regarding the City Hall project.   55 minutes     Written Highlights for April 19, 2016 >>
City Commission Meeting, April 12, 2016 Highlights include the presentation of Dogwood Trail awards and the introduction of two new Paducah Police officers.  46 minutes     Written Highlights for April 12, 2016 >>  
City Commission Meeting, April 5, 2016 Highlights include the approval of an engagement agreement for legal representation in the upcoming cable franchise renewal process, an update on the Fountain Avenue Health Park, and an update on the dome relocation project.  20 minutes     Written Highlights for April 5, 2016 >>
City Commission Meeting, March 22, 2016 Highlights include presentations about the Lower Town Arts & Music Festival and the Vietnam Veterans Welcome Home Ceremony.  49 minutes     Written Highlights for March 22, 2016 >>
City Commission Meeting, March 15, 2016 Highlights include an extensive presentation about the history and rehabilitation effort for the floodwall.  98 minutes     Written Highlights for March 15, 2016 >>
City Commission Meeting, March 8, 2016 Highlights include a resolution in support of the U.S. Coast Guard and the approval of an ordinance for a change order to the 432 Broadway Demolition Project.  55 minutes     Written Highlights for March 8, 2016 >>
City Commission Meeting, February 23, 2016 Highlights include an update on the 432 Broadway Demolition Project.  24 minutes     Written Highlights for February 23, 2016 >>
City Commission Meeting, February 16, 2016 Highlights include presentations about food trucks and storm water management.  88 minutes     Written Highlights for February 16, 2016 >>
City Commission Meeting, February 9, 2016 Highlights include a presentation about the Community Scholarship Program, a resolution in support of the expansion of Premier Fire, Inc., and the approval of applying for a CLG grant which if awarded would be used to install interpretive signs regarding Paducah's site on the water route on the Trail of Tears National Historic Trail.  57 minutes     Written Highlights for February 9, 2016 >>
City Commission Meeting, February 2, 2016 Highlights include a workshop regarding capital projects funding in preparation for the Fiscal Year 2017 budget.  51 minutes     Written Highlights for February 2, 2016 >>
City Commission Meeting, January 26, 2016 Highlights include a proclamation for Catholic Schools Week and the introduction of an ordinance for a continued agreement with Edumedics.  22 minutes     Written Highlights for January 26, 2016 >>
City Commission Meeting, January 19, 2016 Highlights include a presentation of the employee service awards and the approval of a contract with Freedom Waste.  22 minutes     Written Highlights for January 19, 2016 >>
City Commission Meeting, January 12, 2016 Highlights include a presentation about the City's audit and the introduction of a contract with Freedom Waste for the City's solid waste program.  56 minutes     Written Highlights for January 12, 2016 >>
City Commission Meeting, January 5, 2016 Highlights include an update on the City's procurement of solid waste serves.  17 minutes     Written Highlights for January 5, 2016 >>
2015 Videos  
City Commission Meeting, December 17, 2015 Highlights include a resolution to notify McCracken County of the City's intent to not renew the interlocal agreement for E-911 services and the approval of the contract to relocate the dome.  13 minutes     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, December 15, 2015 Highlights include the extension of time for the developer of the Holiday Inn Paducah Riverfront to secure a contract with the Convention Center Corporation for the management of the convention centers and the introduction of the ordinance for the dome relocation project.  21 minutes

City Commission Meeting, December 8, 2015

Highlights include the presentation of the Christmas parade awards, the recognition of the winners of the Student Christmas Ornament Contest, a presentation by the Paducah Swim Team, and the approval of contracts related to the 432 Broadway demolition project. 78 minutes     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, December 1, 2015 Highlights include an annual update presentation from Barkley Regional Airport, the approval of providing funds for a consultant for E-911, and the introduction of ordinances related to the demolition project at 432 Broadway.  31 minutes     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, November 24, 2015 Highlights include the introduction of an ordinance to fund half of the fee for consulting services as requested by the E-911 Board.  10 minutes     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, November 17, 2015 Highlights include the presentation by the Paducah Civic Beautification Board of the annual business awards and a recap of the 2015 BBQ on the River festival.  35 minutes     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, November 10, 2015 Highlights include the recognition of the Distinguished Veteran and the Essay Contest winners and a presentation about the Mayor's Challenge to End Veteran Homelessness.  53 minutes    Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, November 3, 2015 Highlights include the approval of professional engineering services for the relocation of the dome and the announcement that the loan closing for the Holiday Inn Paducah Riverfront will be on November 4.  18 minutes  Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, October 27, 2015 Highlights include the introduction of an ordinance for an engineering services contract for the relocation of the dome. 23 minutes  Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, October 20, 2015 Highlights include the approval of the contract for the design process for either a new or renovated City Hall and the approval of the contract for the construction of Phase I-B of the Riverfront Redevelopment Project. 109 minutes  Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, October 13, 2015 Topics discussed include the City's health insurance plan, the Riverfront Redevelopment Project Phase I-B, and the City Hall Project. 59 minutes  Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, October 6, 2015 Highlights include a presentation on options for the Riverfront Redevelopment Project. 114 minutes  Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, September 22, 2015 Highlights include a public hearing for the property tax levy and a memorandum of understanding between the City and the Corps of Engineers for the floodwall rehabilitation project.  63 minutes     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, September 15, 2015 Highlights include a presentation about adding bike lanes to sections of Broadway and Jefferson Streets, returning the streets to two-way, and converting some of the signaled intersections into four-way stops.  66 minutes     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, September 1, 2015

Highlights include a presentation about body worn cameras for the Paducah Police Department.  64 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, August 25, 2015

Highlights include a resolution in support of McCracken County's application to the Kentucky Work Ready Communities initiative and three ordinances related to the new downtown hotel development.  42 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, August 11, 2015

Highlights include the adoption of a contract for engineering services for the Fountain Avenue Health Park.  40 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, August 4, 2015

Highlights include the introduction of the contract for engineering services for the Fountain Avenue Health Park.  21 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, July 21, 2015

Highlights include the approval of the purchase and demolition contract for 432 Broadway and the approval of the renaming of a section of South 7th Street to Clarence Gaines Street.  25 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, July 14, 2015

Highlights include an update on the flash flooding from July 7, the ceremonial signing of the hotel development agreement with LinGate Hospitality, and the announcement of Darling Ingredients opening a facility in Paducah.  138 minutes  Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, June 25, 2015

This is a called meeting of the Paducah Board of Commissioners.  Highlights include the approval of the hotel development agreement with LinGate Hospitality doing business as Paducah Riverfront Hotel to bring a 123-room, five story Holiday Inn to downtown Paducah adjacent to the Julian Carroll Convention Center.  10 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, June 23, 2015

Highlights include the introduction of a ordinance for a development agreement between the City of Paducah and the development team with LinGate Hospitality for a 123-room Holiday Inn in downtown Paducah.  Mayor Kaler also recognized the members of the Anti-Bullying Youth Council.  55 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, June 16, 2015

Highlights include the approval of the fiscal year 2016 budget and the approval of an agreement for professional engineering services to manage a request for proposals for solid waste services.  50 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, June 9, 2015

Highlights include the introduction of the ordinance for the fiscal year 2016 budget and a presentation about the Mayor's Young Professionals Committee.  72 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, May 26, 2015

 Highlights include ordinances regarding the consensual annexation of property off Lone Oak Road and on Holt Road.  23 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, May 19, 2015

Highlights include the approval of the construction contract for the Olivet Church Road Improvement Project, the approval of the contract for the Federal Highway Administration funds for the Riverfront Project, and a workshop to learn more about Tax Increment Financing (TIF) in Kentucky.  37 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, May 12, 2015

Highlights include a presentation of an alternate method to stabilize City Hall, the introduction of the construction contract for the Olivet Church Road Improvement Project, and the introduction of the contract for the Federal Highway Administration funds for the Riverfront Project.  83 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, April 28, 2015

Highlights include the presentation of awards for the 2015 Dogwood Trail and updates on the Olivet Church Road Improvement Project and the Riverfront Redevelopment Project.  27 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, April 21, 2015

Highlights include the approval of an agreement with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet for the Olivet Church Road Project, the accepting of a grant through the Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky, a preview of the upcoming budget, and a recommendation regarding the train restoration located near the Carson Center.  26 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, April 14, 2015

Highlights include the announcement of the Fountain Avenue Park, a presentation about the Fire Prevention Division, a preview of summer events, and the introduction of the agreement with the State for the Olivet Church Road Improvement Project.  126 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, March 31, 2015

Highlights include the approval of a contract for services with Barbecue on the River, Inc., the approval of a policy for economic development incentives, and an amendment to the agreement with the Corps of Engineers for design phase for the rehabilitation of the floodwall.  40 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, March 24, 2015

Highlights include the recognition of City employees with 20 years of service, the recognition of the West Kentucky Hawks basketball team, and the introduction of an ordinance to purchase property downtown adjacent to the floodwall.  46 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, March 17, 2015

Highlights include a presentation about the site selection process for the City Hall project.  70 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, March 10, 2015

Highlights include the recognition of employees with 25 or more years of service, a resolution regarding E-911, and a presentation from the Paducah-McCracken County Joint Sewer Agency.  84 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, February 24, 2015

Highlights include the approval of a downtown district property tax assessment and reassessment moratorium for projects with at least $75,000 of investment.  42 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, February 10, 2015

Highlights include the ordinance introduction about a property tax moratorium for the rehabilitation of structures in the downtown district and the introduction to the Commission of Paducah Power System's new general manager, Gary Zheng.  38 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, February 3, 2015

Highlights include a joint workshop with the City Commission and McCracken County Fiscal Court regarding the Kentucky State Police proposal to provide E911 dispatching services.  103 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, January 27, 2015

Highlights include a resolution in support of House Bill 1, Local Investments for Transformation.  25 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, January 20, 2015

Highlights include the approval of various grants and a resolution to extend the development agreement with the downtown hotel developers.  32 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, January 13, 2015

Highlights include the swearing-in of a new police officer recruit, the approval of several board appointments, and an update on the Riverfront Development Plan.  28 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, January 6, 2015

Highlights include a presentation regarding the proposal from Kentucky State Police for E-911 dispatching services, an update on the floodwall mural maintenance, and recognition of the Paducah School Board.  80 minutes     Written Highlights >>

2014 Videos  
City Commission Meeting, December 16, 2014

Highlights include the swearing-in ceremony for the City Commission, a presentation about Paducah Power System, the presentation of the FY2014 audit, and a workshop about an integrated solid waste program to include curbside recycling.  Written Highlights >>  83 minutes

City Commission Meeting, December 9, 2014

Highlights include presentations of the Christmas Parade winners, the Mayor's Student Christmas Ornament Contest, and the Civic Beautification Board's Annual Business Awards. 109 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, November 25, 2014

Highlights include an update on the Noble Park Lake Bank Stabilization project, an amendment to the alcoholic and beverage control ordinance, and presentation about the Fire Department's Courtesy Survey which will being in January.  37 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, November 18, 2014

Highlights include a presentation about the City Hall project and a presentation about the Noble Park orienteering course.  98 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, November 11, 2014

Highlights include a presentation about the American Red Cross and the hiring of a Human Resources Director.  60 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, October 28, 2014

Highlights include a presentation about the upcoming Veterans Day Parade, a proclamation about Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month, the presentation of a Duchess of Paducah to Paducah Police Officer Gretchen Morgan, and the authorization of a contract to replace the roofs at the Police Station and Fire Station #2.  36 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, October 21, 2014

Highlights include a presentation about Paducah Main Street activities and the introduction of an ordinance to replace the roof on the Police Station facility and on Fire Station #2.  26 minutes   Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, October 14, 2014

Highlights include the swearing-in of three police officer recruits, a presentation to State Sen. Bob Leeper from the Kentucky League of Cities, and a presentation about the City's health insurance.  62 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, October 7, 2014

Highlights include the property tax levy public hearing, an update on the downtown hotel project, and the contract for services with Paducah Area Transit System (PATS).  45 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, September 23, 2014

Highlights include a presentation from Paducah Power System and the Prairie State Generating Company regarding the operations of the plant located in Illinois.  155 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, September 16, 2014

Highlights include a presentation about Jeff Speck's recommnedations for downtown, a presentation about Operation Warm, the recognition of students selected for Mayor's Anti-Bullying Youth Council, and the presentation of the Mayor's Award of Merit to Glen Anderson for his 36 years of service to Paducah Water.  99 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, September 2, 2014

Highlights include the approval of the sale of bonds for the renovation of the Showroom and for the financing assistance for the downtown hotel.  75 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, August 26, 2014

Highlights include the introduction of an ordinance for a bond for the renovation of the Showroom and for the downtown hotel project.  51 minutes (Highlights not available)

City Commission Meeting, August 19, 2014

Highlights include the approval of the ordinance to pay Kentucky Waterways Alliance to comply with terms outlined in the Biological Opinion for the Riverfront Project and an update on the Duck House and Duck Island.  22 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, August 12, 2014

Highlights include the approval of an upper story residential grant program and the introduction of the ordinance to pay Kentucky Waterways Alliance to comply with terms outlined in the Biological Opinion for the Riverfront Project.  39 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, July 22, 2014

Highlights include a presentation about the City's police and fire pension fund which was closed to new entrants in 1988, an announcement about the rehabilitation of a stretch of Kentucky Avenue, and the introduction of an ordinance for a grant program to entice the development of more upper story living spaces in downtown.  87 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, July 15, 2014

Highlights include information about additional job opportunities withTeleTech and an update on several projects including the Noble Park Lake Bank Stabilization, the Greenway Trail, and the Riverfront.  65 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, July 1, 2014

Highlights include the approval of the refinancing of a bond, the approval of a facility lease for Genova Products, and an update on the downtown hotel project.  45 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, June 24, 2014

Highlights include the introduction of an ordinance for an industrial building development bond for the downtown hotel project, the introduction of an ordinance to refinance a bond, and the approval of the fiscal year 2015 budget.  73 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, June 10, 2014

Highlights include a presentation about the safety improvements for the railroad crossing at Pines and North 34th Street, a presentation about a rate adjustment from the Paducah-McCracken County Joint Sewer Agency, the approval of an agreement with Genova Products, and the introduction of the Fiscal Year 2014 City Budget.  54 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, June 3, 2014

Highlights include a presentation about the process to determine whether to rehabilitate City Hall or construct a new building, the approval of the contract for the project to stabilize the Noble Park Lake bank, and the introduction of an agreement with Genova Products.  45 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, May 20, 2014

Highlights include the badge pinning ceremony for Sgt. Anthony Copeland, a presentation about the City Hall conditional assessment and conceptual plan, a presentation about the Farmers' Market and summer entertainment, and the approval of utility reimbursement agreements for the Olivet Church Road project.  125 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, May 13, 2014

Highlights include the introduction of utility reimbursement agreements for the Olivet Church Road project, the introduction of the refinancing of a 2010 Build America Bond, and the approval of new terms for annexation and infill agreements.  38 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, May 6, 2014

Highlights include a proclamation for Mother's Day, the approval of an ordinance to purchase dump trucks, and the introduction of an ordinance for a construction loan extension for the Fountain Avenue Neighborhood Project.  16 minutes

City Commission Meeting, April 22, 2014

Highlights include a pre-budget workshop, the Dogwood Trail awards presentation, the approval of a Land and Water Conservation Fund grant for the 14th Street Park, and the introduction of an ordinance to establish the Paducah Main Street Board of Directors and abolish the former Main Street Department and Paducah Renaissance Alliance. 101 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, April 15, 2014

Highlights include an update on the 50th anniversary of the Paducah Dogwood Trail and the presentation of the Riverfront Project recommendations by the Paducah Riverfront Development Authority.  67 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, April 8, 2014

Highlights include the transfer of the Columbia Theatre to Columbia Club, Inc., the approval of a lease agreement between the City and the Oscar Cross Boys & Girls Club, and the introduction of a memorandum of understanding between the City and Higdon Development to expand the Lakewood Villa housing complex off Bleich Road. 35 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, March 25, 2014

Highlights include a presentation from Almont Associates regarding operational recommendations for the Paducah-McCracken County E-911 Center and the introduction of an ordinance to transfer the Columbia Theatre to Columbia Club, Inc.  95 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, March 18, 2014

Highlights include a presentation about the history, finances, and upcoming 20th anniversary for the Barbecue on the River festival.  25 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, March 11, 2014

Highlights include a presentation about the Joint Sewer Agency's Wallace Park project and ordinances introduced regarding the Macco Organiques project.  64 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, March 4, 2014

Highlights including a discussion of the City's infill and annexation policies and the swearing-in ceremony for three police officer recruits.  71 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, February 25, 2014

Highlights include a presentation about the 50th Anniversary of the Paducah Dogwood Trail, the signing of the contracts between the City of Paducah and the local bargaining units for FOP and IAFF, and an update on the Neighborhood Revitalization and Community Engagement Committees which were organized after the 2013 Citizen Survey. 78 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, February 18, 2014

Highlights include a presentation of the Noble Park Lake Bank Stabilization Project, an update on the Paducah School of Art & Design and the Community Scholarship program, and a presentation on recycling options.  95 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, February 4, 2014

Highlights include the acceptance of Independence Park from Independence Bank and a report on the City's road salt supply.  24 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, January 28, 2014

Highlights include the recognition of former Planning Commission Chairman Robert Manchester for his decades of service, an update on the Christmas in the Park event totals, the promotion of Brian Krueger and Brian Laird to Paducah Police Assistant Chief and Captain, respectively, the recognition of the Paducah Tilghman Band of Blue, and the acceptance of Independence Park to the City's parks system.  32 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, January 14, 2014

Highlights include a presentation about the City's audit, the approval of the sale of the former Paducah Water administrative building, and an update on the construction of the TeleTech building at Paducah Commerce Park.  23 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, January 7, 2014

Highlights include the presentation of awards to the Christmas Parade winners, the approval to apply for the National Endowment of the Arts Our Town grant for the Columbia Theatre, and the approval of a cooperation agreement with the Corps of Engineers for repair of the City's floodwall levee due to the 2011 flood.  37 minutes    Written Highlights >>

2013 Videos  
City Commission Meeting, December 17, 2013

Highlights include a presentation about the Columbia Theatre preliminary concept study and the approval of the hotel development agreement between the City and the developers for the hotel to be built adjacent to the Julian Carroll Convention Center.  82 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, December 10, 2013

Highlights include a presentation by the City Manager regarding the reorganization of the Main Street Department also known as Paducah Renaissance Alliance, tthe introduction of an ordinance for the downtown hotel development agreement, the presentation of certificates to the Mayor's Christmas Ornament Contest winners, and the amending of the City's alcohol and beverage ordinance to allow the sale of alcohol while the polls are open.  108 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, November 26, 2013

Highlights include amendments to the zoning ordinance, the sale of surplus property, and an ordinance for emergency repair of a motor at Floodwall Pump Station #2.  42 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, November 19, 2013

Highlights include a presentation from the Paducah-McCracken County Joint Sewer Agency regarding recent and upcoming projects, a presentation from Baptist Health Paducah about the Pink Glove Dance, and updates on the Greenway Trail and Ohio River Boat Launch projects. 34 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, November 12, 2013

Highlights include a proclamation for the Downtown and LowerTown Business Appreciation Day, a presentation from Barkley Regional Airport, and the introduction of ordinances to clarify sections of the zoning code.  45 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, November 5, 2013

Highlights include a preview of the Veterans Day Parade, a presentation by the Paducah Police Department about their anti-bullying awareness campaign, and a resolution to amend the name of Dolly McNutt Plaza to become Dolly McNutt Memorial Plaza in honor of veterans since the Plaza is home to three memorials that honor World War II, Korean, and Vietnam War veterans.  37 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, October 22, 2013

Highlights include a presentation about the City's 2014 health insurance, a recap of this year's Dragon Boat Festival, and two proclamations.  71 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, October 15, 2013

Highlights include a presentation about the Fire Prevention Division's annual workshop for electrical, building, and fire professionals set for October 25, the approval of a change order for the Riverfront Redevelopment Project, and the approval of an employment agreement with Brandon Barnhill as Paducah Police Chief.  65 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, October 8, 2013

Highlights include a proclamation for Safe Schools Week, the introduction of change order #2 for the Riverfront Project, and the acquisition of a key parcel for the Olivet Church Road Improvement Project.  57 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, October 1, 2013

Highlights include a proclamation presented to Housing Authority of Paducah Executive Director Cal Ross for Housing America Month and the introduction of an ordinance to purchase a parcel for the new connector road as part of the Olivet Church Road Improvement Project.  43 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, September 24, 2013

Highlights include a proclamation presented to Paducah Power System for Public Power Week, the approval of the property tax rate, and the approval of emergency funding for a roof stabilization project at 203 Broadway. 30 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, September 17, 2013

Highlights include the appointment of Assistant Chief Brandon Barnhill as the next Paducah Police Chief, a discussion of the Riverfront Redevelopment Project, the approval of the contract for the next phase of the Greenway Trail, a public hearing for the property tax levy, and the presentation of the Civic Beautification Board's Annual Business Awards.  77 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, September 3, 2013

Highlights include a presentation about the Columbia Theatre concept study, a presentation about recycling, and the introduction of ordinances for the construction of the next phase of the greenway trail and for a design contract to renovated the former Executive Inn Showroom space.  99 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, August 27, 2013

Highlights include a proclamation for Women's Equality Day and the approval of change order #1 for the Riverfront Redevelopment Project. 40 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, August 13, 2013

Highlights include the approval of the roof stabilization program, the approval of a letter of intent with Arizon Structures for the marketing and sale of the dome pavilion, and the introduction of an ordinance to purchase a trommel portable screening plant to provide more of the premium compost at the Compost Facility on North 8th Street.  52 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, August 6, 2013

Highlights include a discussion of the Riverfront Redevelopment Project and the approval of a municipal order for additional funding for the steel pilings for the gangway.  A discussion also was held about the dog ordinance and the enforcement of the regulation requiring muzzles on dogs at special events such as festivals.  50 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, July 30, 2013

Highlights include the approval of the TeleTech agreement and a discussion on the City's procurement policy.  31 minutes

City Commission Meeting, July 23, 2013

Highlights include the introduction of ordinances for the roof stabilization assistance program and the construction agreement for the TeleTech customer care center to be build in Paducah Commerce Park.  A resolution also was approved regarding the future of the Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant. 87 minutes  Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, July 9, 2013

Highlights include the sale of the Sheehan Bridge Road property and the introduction of a zone change for property located on Pecan Court across from West Kentucky Community & Technical College.  23 minutes  Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, July 2, 2013

Highlights include the adoption of a zone change for two churches and an elementary school on U.S. 60, the introduction of ordinances for the sale of the Sheehan Bridge Road property, and information about the development of Actions Plans following the Citizen Survey. 21 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, June 25, 2013

Highlights include a discussion of the maintenance of the floodwall murals, the adoption of the fiscal year 2013-2104 City budget, and the approval of a contract for a concept study for the Columbia Theatre.  54 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting with Fiscal Court, June 24, 2013

This is the called City Commission meeting with the McCracken County Fiscal Court to discuss the operational transition of the Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant.  117 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, June 11, 2013

Highlights include presentations about the LowerTown Arts and Music Festival and about the Paducah Arts Alliance Artist-in-Residency Program and the recent trip to Austria.  Also at the meeting was the introduction of the fiscal year 2014 budget and a discussion about floodwall mural maintenance.  118 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, May 14, 2013

Highlights include a presentation about the National Club Baseball World Series in Paducah, a proclamation for National Public Works Week, and an overview of last weekend's Lourdes Paducah Iron Mom Half Marathon.  42 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, May 7, 2013

Highlights include presentations about a proposed cost recovery procedure for the Paducah Fire Department and a proposed roof stabilization assistance program for large structures in the Renaissance District.  48 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, April 30, 2013

Highlights include an update about the control tower operations at Barkley Regional Airport, the approval of a contract with Chris Colson Auction Services to auction the Sheehan Bridge Road property, the approval of the Ohio River Boat Launch project contract, and the approval of the Mass Fill and Steel Piling project as part of the redevelopment project for the riverfront.  48 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, April 23, 2013

Highlights include the presentation of awards to the Dogwood Trail winners, a pre-budget presentation by City Manager Jeff Pederson, the approval of the resolution accepting the Renaissance Area Master Plan, and the introduction of ordinances for the boat launch and riverfront projects. 133 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, April 16, 2013

Highlights include a presentation about the Kentucky prescription drug card program and an update on the riverfront redevelopment project.  57 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, April 9, 2013

Highlights include the presentation of a Duchess of Paducah to Rita Bailey for the successful Dancing with our Stars Relay for Life event, the approval of a municipal order in support of the repaving and striping changes to a portion of Lone Oak Road, the approval of a memorandum of understanding with Macco, and an update on the Fountain Avenue Neighborhood Revitalization Project.  94 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, March 26, 2013

Highlights include the introduction of five new members of the Paducah Fire Department, the approval of a grant application that would benefit CenterPoint Recovery Center for Men, and the lease agreement for the TeleTech project.  23 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, March 19, 2013

Highlights include presentations about the 2013 Dogwood Trail, the latest work by the Paducah Renaissance Alliance committees, and changes to the property maintenance, foreclosure, and demolition process.  87 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, March 12, 2013

Highlights include presentations regarding the Riverfront Redevelopment Project and a proposed joint police-fire headquarters.  Also, an ordinance was introduced for the Noble Park pool spraypad project.  86 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, February 26, 2013

Highlights include an anti-bullying resolution, the presentation of a Duke of Paducah to Baltimore Ravens Defensive Tackle Bryan Hall, and the approval of a design agreement with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for the rehabilitation of the City's floodwall.  41 minutes     Written Highlights >>

City Commission Meeting, February 19, 2013 Highlights include the recognition of the Paducah Tilghman High School Speech and Forensics Team, a proclamation for the 25th anniversary of the Paducah Ambassadors, and a discussion regarding the options for the greenway trail crossing at U.S. 45.  107 minutes     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, February 5, 2013 Highlights include a presentation from Paducah Renaissance Alliance requesting an increase in the number of advisory board members and a resolution in support of the recommendations by the Task Force on Public Pensions to reform the Kentucky County Employees Retirement System (CERS).  46 minutes     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, January 22, 2013 Highlights include a proclamation regarding the Mayor's Art Club and several board appointments.  27 minutes     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, January 8, 2013 Highlights include numerous board appointments, the adoption of an ordinance extending the time for the greenway trail project, and the introduction of an ordinance for an agreement with the State for GIS data.  This is the first meeting for Mayor Gayle Kaler and the newly elected Commissioners.  21 minutes     Written Highlights >>
Mayor and Commissioner Swearing-in Ceremony, January 8, 2013 A reception and ceremonial swearing-in of the City of Paducah Board of Commissioners was held January 8, 2013 at City Hall.  Mayor Gayle Kaler and Commissioners Richard Abraham, Carol Gault, Allan Rhodes, and Sandra Wilson were sworn in by Kentucky Supreme Court Justice Bill Cunningham.  The ceremony includes prayers for the City of Paducah, McCracken County, State of Kentucky, and the nation.  The ceremony ended with a song of praise from Harrison Street Baptist Church.  31 minutes
2012 Videos  
City Commission Meeting, December 18, 2012 Highlights include the final meeting for Mayor Bill Paxton as he wraps up his third term.  Presentations were held regarding the Market House Theater, the proposed restoration project for the Columbia Theatre, and the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report.  Ordinances that were approved include the Noble Park Pool renovation project.  Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, December 11, 2012 Highlights include a presentation of the 2012 Christmas Parade winners, the naming of Mayor Bill Paxton as an honorary Paducah Ambassador, and the introduction of an ordinance for the renovation of the Noble Park Swimming Pool concession area.  69 minutes     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, November 27, 2012 Highlights include a presentation from Paducah Renaissance Alliance regarding the 12 Days of Merriment, an update about the Paducah Police Department's traffic unit, and the approval of a contract to rehabilitate Noble Park Swimming Pool.  38 minutes     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, November 20, 2012 Highlights include a presentation from the Paducah-McCracken County Riverport Authority, the presentation of awards to the Parks Services Department from the Kentucky Recreation & Park Society, and the introduction of an ordinance for a contract to rehabilitate the Noble Park Swimming Pool.  46 minutes     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, November 13, 2012 Highlights include presentations about the Paducah School of Art, Barkley Regional Airport, and the Dragon Boat Festival, the approval of an economic development agreement for TeleTech, and a discussion of the next steps following the vote to not create the Charter County government.  82 minutes     Written Highlights >>
Called City Commission Meeting, November 5, 2012 The called meeting was held to introduce an ordinance to support a partnership between the Greater Paducah Economic Development Council and TeleTech. TeleTech plans to bring 450 jobs to Paducah.  21 minutes     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, October 23, 2012 Highlights include proclamations about pancreatic cancer awareness and national business women's week, the presentation of the Civic Beautification Board's annual business awards, a discussion of Tent City Missions, and the approval of a construction line of credit to construct homes in the Fountain Avenue Neighborhood.  71 minutes     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, October 16, 2012 Highlights include a presentation about the 2012 BBQ on the River festival and information about the city's health insurance program.  40 minutes     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, October 9, 2012 Highlights include the adoption of the McCracken County Hazard Mitigation Plan.  36 minutes      Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, October 2, 2012 Highlights include a resolution supporting the Olivet Church Road Improvement Project.  The first part of the meeting was a joint meeting between the McCracken County Fiscal Court and the City Commission.  23 minutes (Note: there is a break in the video to allow for the executive session near the beginning of the meeting.)     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, September 18, 2012 Highlights include the adoption of the ordinance setting the property tax levy and a discussion about the responsibility of property owners in maintaining their adjacent right-of-way.  25 minutes  (Note:  The Commission met in open session following an executive session and made a motion regarding the Olivet Church Road project.  The cameras were not recording at that time; however, the information is documented in the written highlights.)     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, September 11, 2012 Highlights include a presentation about the Noble Park swimming pool renovation project and a presentation about the 2012 LowerTown Arts and Music Festival.  65 minutes     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, August 28, 2012 Highlights include the transfer of the city-owned property located at 1400 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive to Hutcheson Properties, LLC for the construction of an office building and the approval of a commercial financial assistance program in the Fountain Avenue Neighborhood.  65 minutes     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, August 14, 2012 Highlights include a report on the restoration options for Duck Island and the southern edge of Noble Park Lake, an ordinance renaming Henry Clay Park as Albert Jones Park, and the introduction of an ordinance for an incentive program for commercial development in the Fountain Avenue Neighborhood.  72 minutes     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, July 24, 2012 Highlights include the introduction of the ordinance to rename Henry Clay Park as Albert Jones Park and the adoption of a municipal order amending the goals and objectives of the Comprehensive Plan.  59 minutes     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, July 17, 2012 Highlights include the hearing regarding the appeal of the Demolition Control Committee's decision to approve the demolition of the structure at 114 North 3rd Street and the approval of the municipal order for the letter of intent for the Paducah floodwall rehabilitation project.  90 minutes     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, July 10, 2012 Highlights include a hearing regarding the demolition control permit for the structure at 114 North 3rd Street and the introduction of an ordinance for a construction contract for the next phase of the greenway trail.  66 minutes     Written Highlights >> 
City Commission Meeting, June 26, 2012 Highlights include the approval of the Fiscal Year 2012-2013 budet and the approval of the creation of the Fire Prevention Division.  89 minutes     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, June 19, 2012 Highlights include the introduction of the ordinance to approve the fencing bid for the dog park at Stuart Nelson Park. The City hopes the dog park will be open for the public by the end of July.  12 minutes     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, June 12, 2012 Highlights include the recognition of the Fire Chief of the Year Award to Chief Steve Kyle through the Kentucky Association of Fire Chiefs and the introduction of the fiscal year 2013 budget and the introduction of the ordinance creating the Fire Prevention Division.  91 minutes     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, May 15, 2012 Highlights include a resolution against the plan by the Sons of Confederate Veterans to raise a Confederate Flag off interstate-24 near exit 16 and a presentation by the committee conducting the fundraising for the Sports Park.  57 minutes     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, May 8, 2012 Highlights include proclamations for Building Safety Month, Arson Awareness Week, and Travel and Tourism Week, and presentations from the Paducah-McCracken County Senior Center and from the Convention Center Corporation.  92 minutes     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, April 24, 2012 Highlights include a proclamation for Thank a Veteran Month, approval of the AFSCME contract, and the approval of the mandated alcoholic beverage server training.  80 minutes     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, April 17, 2012 Highlights include a preview of the fiscal year 2013 budget, the presentation of the Mayor's Award of Merit to Michael Terra, and a preview of the Evening of Performance set for May 11 at the Carson Center.  89 minutes     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, April 10, 2012 Highlights include the presentation of the Dogwood Trail awards, a public hearing for the street rehabilitation plan and the use of MAP funds, the introduction of an ordinance to require alcoholic beverage server training.  60 minutes     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, March 20, 2012 Highlights include presentations about the pay and classification study, proposed dog park, and the Olivet Church Road project.  96 minutes     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, March 13, 2012 Highlights include two proclamations, a presentation about S.T.A.R. training, an updated on the Noble Park Pool renovation project, and the introduction of an ordinance regarding a amendment to the property swap between the City of Paducah and the Housing Authority of Paducah. 126 minutes     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, March 6, 2012 Highlights include a discussion about mandatory training for people who sell or serve alcohol and a resolution supporting funding for a new road to the Ohio River Triple Rail Megasite (Riverport West).  28 minutes     Written Highlights >> 
 
City Commission Meeting, February 21, 2012 Highlights include a presentation about the private fundraising efforts for the sports park, the announcement of the Police Department's Employee of the Year, and the approval to apply for a grant that would be used for the Columbia Theatre.  82 minutes     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, February 14, 2012 Highlights include the approval to apply for a HOME grant to build seven new homes in the Fountain Avenue Neighborhood and the announcement that fire marshal Greg Cherry will become the interim director of the Inspection Department.  57 minutes     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, January 24, 2012 Highlights include a presentation about the City's audit (Comprehensive Annual Financial Report) and the 2012 Dogwood Trail in addition to the approval of an ordinance to restructure Paducah Renaissance Alliance.  60 minutes     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, January 17, 2012 Highlights include the approval of paying half of the Convention Center's delinquent Paducah Power bills and the introduction of an ordinance to create a Main Street Department with the Paducah Renaissance Alliance advisory board.  23 minutes     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, January 10, 2012 Highlights include the introduction of the ordinance to pay Paducah Power for half of the Convention Center Corporation's overdue bills for the Julian Carroll Convention Center and the Paducah Expo Center.  46 minutes     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, January 3, 2012 Highlights include a presentation about the consent judgment activities by the Joint Sewer Agency and a presenation about the marketing partnership between the Convention & Visitors Bureau and Barkley Regional Airport.  53 minutes     Written Highlights >>
2011 Videos  
City Commission Meeting, December 20, 2011 Highlights include a presentation about Barkley Regional Airport, a resolution in support of not closing the U.S. Postal Service Paducah Processing Facility, an update on Tent City, and the approval of an ordinance regarding homeless shelters in the City. 56 minutes     Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, December 13, 2011 Highlights include the presentation of trophies to the Christmas Parade winners, discussions about tent city and Paducah Renaissance Alliance, and the approval of the firefighter overtime lawsuit judgment. 110 minutes Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, November 29, 2011 Highlights include a presentation from the Convention & Visitors Bureau about the UNESCO Creative Cities conference. 46 minutes Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, November 22, 2011 Highlights include the presentation of the Civic Beautification Board's Annual Business Awards and a request for funding for an independent investigator for the Convention Center Corporation. 68 minutes Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, November 15, 2011 Highlights include the approval to hire Lisa Thompson as the new Executive Director of Paducah Renaissance Alliance and a presentation about a draft ordinance to allow homeless shelters within the Paducah city limits. 34 minutes Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, November 8, 2011 Highlights include a reminder about the upcoming Veterans Day Opening Ceremony and Parade and the approval of a $2500 grant from America's Promise Alliance. 31 minutes Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, October 25, 2011 Highlights include a proclamation for Pancreatic Cancer Month, an award for the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, and the setting of the property tax rate. 102 minutes Written Highlights >>
City Commission Meeting, October 18, 2011 Highlights include a presentation about Noble Park pool renovations, the grand opening of the Paducah Recreation Center, the decision not to have an ice rink, and a discussion about the convention centers. 47 minutes Written Highlights >>