Commission Meeting Videos

The Paducah Board of Commissioners meets the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month at 5 p.m. in the Commission Chambers of City Hall, 300 South 5th Street (unless otherwise noted).  The general public is invited to attend.  The meetings are produced by the television production crew at WKCTC and aired live on Government 11 (Comcast channel 11), live streamed on Youtube, and tape replayed.

Agendas, Minutes, Packets, and Highlights

 

MEETING VIDEO SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS
2023 Videos  
City Commission Meeting, January 24, 2023 Highlights include a discussion of the outdoor sports complex and the relocation of the Dog Park, an ordinance updating the special event permitting process, and ordinance amendments regarding public comments.   1 hour
Public Hearing, January 17, 2023 This is a public hearing of the Board of Commissioners versus Commissioner David Guess.  3 hours 45 minutes
City Commission Meeting, January 10, 2023 Highlights include a presentation of the city audit, a junior duke award presentation, and the introduction of an ordinance amending public comments procedures at Commission meetings.  This was a travelling City Commission meeting held at West Kentucky Community & Technical College's Crounse Hall.  44 minutes
   
2022 Videos  
City Commission Meeting, December 15, 2022 Highlights include the recognition of Paducah's City Government of the Year Award, Christmas Parade winners, an update on the Robert Cherry Civic Center renovation project, and a resolution charging a member of the Board with misconduct.  3 hours
City Commission Meeting, December 7, 2022 The Board met for more than two hours in closed session as permitted by KRS 61.810(1)(f) for issues which might lead to the discipline or dismissal of a member i.e. City Commissioner. Advance the meeting video to 2:24 for the return to open session.  
City Commission Meeting, November 29, 2022 Highlights include a discussion of the 911 upgrade and funding project and an agreement for a Fire Department feasibility study.  49 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, November 15, 2022 Highlights include the presentation of the 2022 Annual Business Awards, an update on Paducah Main Street activities, an update on stormwater and roadway projects, and a discussion on the allocation of ARPA funding.  1 hour 40 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, October 25, 2022 Highlights include a CDBG grant for the Senior Center and updates on the Katterjohn Building's partial demolition and pickleball courts at Noble Park.  50 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, October 11, 2022 Highlights include an update on the Katterjohn Building, a presentation on the 2023 City Health Insurance Plan, and a discussion of refuse collection.  1 hour 37 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, September 27, 2022 Highlights include an update on the Robert Cherry Civic Center following an early morning traffic crash and the setting of the fiscal year 2023 property tax levy.  32 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, September 13, 2022 Highlights include a presentation from Weyland Ventures on the City Block project, the approval of economic development incentives for ViWinTech, and the fiscal year 2023 property tax public hearing.  1 hour 42 minutes    
City Commission Meeting, August 23, 2022 Highlights include an update on the City Block project, the introduction of the interlocal cooperation agreement for the outdoor sports complex, and the quarterly update of the City Commission Priorities.  1 hour 33 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, August 9, 2022 Highlights include a presentation of the first ever Junior Duchess Award, approval of funding assistance for Paducah Transit Authority and Sprocket, and the approval of a payment to the Industrial Development Authority for the purchase of property on Bobo Road.  62 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, July 26, 2022 Highlights include an update on the Paducah 311 service request app and online portal, approval of a contract to design eight pickleball courts at Noble Park, and a Community Development Block Grant application on behalf of the Senior Center.  64 minutes    
City Commission Meeting, July 12, 2022 Highlights include an update on the City and County commitment to move forward on the 911 radio upgrade project and the outdoor sports complex.  Robert Dafford with Dafford Murals provided an update on the new 10-panel mural near the Carson Center.  41 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, June 28, 2022 Highlights include a discussion about the 911 upgrade project and the approval of the Notice to Proceed for the City Block project.   39 minutes
City Commission Meeting, June 14, 2022 Highlights include the adoption of the fiscal year 2023 budget, an update on the 2022 City Commission priorities, the approval of an agreement to assist Mayfield with building inspection services, and an update from the Joint Sewer Agency.  1 hour 50 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, May 24, 2022 The location is the Fountain Avenue Neighborhood at the Paducah Recreation Center.  Highlights include the introduction of the fiscal year 2023 budget, the approval of a construction contract for the South 25th Street road improvement project, and an agreement to assist Mayfield with building inspection services as the city rebuilds following the December 2021 tornado.    1 hour 17 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, May 10, 2022 Highlights include a budget workshop, the approval of an agreement with Federal Engineering as part of the 911 upgrade, Dogwood Trail Awards, and a presentation by the Paducah Diversity Advocacy Board.  2 hours 14 minutes    
City Commission Meeting, April 26, 2022 Highlights include a a department update from Police Chief Brian Laird, an overview of the Community Scholarship Program, funding support for Barkley Regional Airport's new terminal, and the approval of the construction contract for the Buckner Lane Bridge Replacement Project.  1 hour 16 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, April 12, 2022 Highlights include the agreement with Beautiful Paducah in support of 2022 BBQ on the River event, funding support for the Barkley Regional Airport Project, and an update on the City's grant applications.  1 hour 19 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, March 22, 2022 Highlights include the adoption of the 2022 Commission Priorities, a decision on the Robert Cherry Civic Center Project, and funding source, and the approval of an engineering contract for the BUILD grant projects.  2 hours 3 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, March 8, 2022 Highlights include right-of-way and easement actions related to the Buckner Lane Bridge Replacement Project and the introduction of an engineering design contract for the BUILD grant project.  29 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, February 22, 2022 Highlights include comments about milestones achieved with the City Block project and appointments to various boards.  17 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, February 8, 2022 Highlights include a presentation about the Robert Cherry Civic Center renovation project and an overview of the achievements and projects in the works for the Clerk's Office and Customer Experience Department.  91 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, January 25, 2022 Highlights include a presentation of the Commission Priorities 2021 Annual Report and a proclamation for Catholic Schools Week Proclamation.  48 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, January 11, 2022 Highlights include a presentation of the Fiscal Year 2021 Annual Comprehensive Financial Report and the approval of annexation incentives.  38 minutes     
2021 Videos  
City Commission Meeting, December 14, 2021

Highlights include a discussion of the response and long-term support following the devastating tornado, recognition of the Christmas Parade winners and LOVE Award recipients, and an overview of the Public Works Department activities.  

City Commission Meeting, November 23, 2021 Highlights include the Small Business Saturday proclamation and the approval of amendments to the Creative & Cultural Council membership and terms.  49 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, November 9, 2021 Highlights include the presentation of the Paducah Civic Beautification Board's Annual Business Awards, the approval of the members of the 911 Communication Services Oversight Committee, and a presentation about pavement inspections and the PAVER software.    1 hour 11 minutes
City Commission Meeting, October 26, 2021 Highlights include an update on City Commission Priorities, a financial overview of the fiscal year that ended June 30, National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Proclamation, and the architectural design contract for the renovations to the Robert Cherry Civic Center. 1 hour 51 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, October 12, 2021 Highlights include a proclamation for Arts & Humanities Month and an overview of the McCracken County Emergency Operations Plan.  21 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, September 28, 2021 Highlights include a presentation about the City's health insurance program, the setting of the Property Tax Levy, and the approval of two stormwater projects.  72 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, September 14, 2021 Highlights include a proclamation for City Government Month, a discussion of the recent Touchdown and Tunes event, and a public hearing for the proposed Property Tax Levy.  1 hour 24 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, August 24, 2021 Highlights include the recognition of the community partners for the Southside Rise & Shine Neighborhood Spruce Up, the presentation of the annual funding for Greater Paducah Economic Development, and the approval of an interlocal agreement in support of the Barkley Regional Airport Terminal Project.  35 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, August 10 Highlights include the approval of the Remote Worker Incentive Program and Memorandums of Understanding for the outdoor sports and recreation complex and the E911 project.  1 hour 36 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, July 27 Highlights include discussions about the City Commission Priorities and the Robert Cherry Civic Center in addition to a farewell to City Manager Jim Arndt at his last meeting as Paducah's city manager.  1 hour 36 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, July 13 Highlights include the employment agreement for Daron Jordan as the next city manager, a discussion about paving projects, and the approval of designating $4 million of American Rescue Plan Act funding for stormwater projects.  1 hour 21 minutes      
City Commission Meeting, June 22 Highlights include a discussion of the proposed remote workers incentive program, a discussion of repurposing and renovating the Robert Cherry Civic Center, and the approval of the fiscal year 2022 budget.  1 hour 13 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, June 8 Highlights include a discussion of the McCracken County outdoor sports complex and the 911 system, the approval of a contract extension for the City Manager, and an update on projects from the Joint Sewer Agency.  64 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, May 25 Highlights include a discussion of the 911 Radio and Tower project and the McCracken County Outdoor Sports Complex.   42 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, May 11 This is the Fiscal Year 2022 Budget Workshop.  87 minutes
Joint City-County Meeting, May 4 Joint meeting between the Paducah Board of Commissioners and the McCracken County Fiscal Court to discuss the outdoor recreation and sports complex. 2 hours 20 minutes  Sports Facility Slide Presentation
City Commission Meeting, April 27 Highlights include the approval of an Entertainment Destination Center for downtown, the approval of changing the City Commission meeting time from 5:30​ to 5 p.m., the approval of a roof stabilization grant for the project to revitalize the former Walter Jetton School, and the quarterly update of the City Commission's Priorities. 1 hour 48 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, April 13 Highlights include the hiring of Planning Director Nicholas Hutchison, the ordinance introduction for the Entertainment Destination Center, the extension of the business license deadline, and a presentation about the Community Scholarship Program.   1 hour 17 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, March 23 Highlights include a presentation about a proposed Entertainment Destination Center downtown, the signing of a three-year contract with AFSCME, a presentation about the public relations campaign through Lou Hammond Group, and an update on the General Fund revenue and expenditures.     1 hour 47 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, March 9 Highlights include the adoption of the Commission Priorities, a discussion of potential projects for the bond proceeds, an update on the Oak Grove Cemetery Enhanced Maintenance Plan, and an update on the City's software upgrades.  1 hour, 42 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, February 23

Highlights include the discussion of the 12 priority items for the 2021 Strategic Plan, the approval of the SAFER grant application which would fund the hiring of three new firefighters, and the announcement of Southside neighborhood public meetings. 2 hours 39 minutes  

City Commission Meeting, February 9 Highlights include a resolution urging state lawmakers to adequately fund transportation especially road and bridge projects, the approval of the administration fee as required for the City's final step toward Tax Increment Financing approval, and a discussion about the City's stormwater permit through the Kentucky Division of Water.  57 minutes  
City Commission Meeting, January 26 Highlights include a presentation by Representative Randy Bridges and Senator Danny Carroll and the approved of an agreement as required by the COPS grant for three Paducah Police Officers who will serve as school resource officers.   1 hour 9 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, January 12 Highlights include the approval of an ordinance to waive the ABC license renewal fees for certain licenses and the termination of the design contract for the proposed Indoor Recreation and Aquatic Center.  1 hour 55 minutes     
2020 Videos  
City Commission Meeting, December 15 The beginning of the meeting includes a joint meeting with the McCracken County Fiscal Court. Highlights include ordinance approvals for the Industrial Development Authority, the presentation of service plaques to elected officials, the recognition of LOVE award recipients, and the approval of a forgivable loan to Sprocket.  1 hour 49 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, December 8 Highlights include a resolution in memory of former Commissioner Robert Coleman, a presentation about the Environmental Assessment and concepts for the BUILD grant project, and the introduction of a forgivable loan for Sprocket.  1 hour 32 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, November 24 Highlights include the approval of the unity artwork for the Paducah Water tower near exit 16 on Interstate-24 and the approval of a design contract with BFW Engineering for the South 24th and South 25th Street projects.  1 hour 12 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, November 10

Highlights include a presentation by the Midtown Alliance of Neighbors and an introduction of an ordinance for engineering design services for the South 25th and South 24th Street road rehabilitation projects.  55 minutes     

City Commission Meeting, October 27 Highlights include a proclamation celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Paducah Convention & Visitors Bureau, a proclamation for Advocacy in Action Day in honor of Merryman Kemp who founded the Merryman Domestic Crisis Center, and the approval of the sale of the vacant lot at 432 Broadway.  45 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, October 13 Highlights include presentations about BUILD grant docking facility concept drawings, employee health insurance and benefits plan for 2021, and recent Greater Paducah Economic Development accomplishments.   70 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, September 22 Highlights include the adoption of the Fiscal Year 2021 property tax rates and the purchase of a property parcel adjacent to the South 24th Street bridge to improve stormwater management.  19 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, September 8 Highlights include a property tax rate public hearing, the approval of the grant-in-aid funding recipients, and the approval of a construction contract for the Peck Education Trail Project.  43 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, August 25 Highlights include approval of a zone change for the Walter Jetton School rehabilitation project.  28 minutes 
City Commission Meeting, August 12 Highlights include the development agreement for the City Block project and an introduction to change the zoning for the property at 401 Walter Jetton Boulevard.  76 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, August 11 This meeting is a redo of the agenda items from the July 28 meeting. Highlights include the introduction to the ordinance for the development agreement for the City Block project and the decision to pause the design for the Indoor Recreation and Aquatic Center until January 2021.  1 hour 58 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, July 28 This meeting was conducted by video conferencing due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Highlights include a presentation about the City Block project and an introduction to the ordinance for the development agreement and the decision to pause the design for the Indoor Recreation and Aquatic Center until January 2021.  2 1/2 hours     
City Commission Meeting, July 14 Highlights include an update from the McCracken County Sports Tourism Commission, a presentation about the assessment of the needs and condition of 14 City of Paducah facilities, and the approval to pause the design contract for the indoor recreation and aquatic center until January 2021.  95 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, July 7 Due to the COVID-19 situation, the entire meeting was held by video conferencing. Highlights include an ordinance for the sale of the city-county owned industrial building at 5400 Commerce Drive. 10 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, June 24 This is a called meeting held June 24, 2020, of the Paducah Board of Commissioners. Due to the COVID-19 situation, the meeting was conducted entirely by video conferencing. Highlights include the approval of the Fiscal Year 2021 Budget, a discussion about the reopening of parks amenities including playgrounds, spraypads, and basketball courts, and the introduction of an ordinance for the sale of the City and County industrial building at 5400 Commerce Drive.  50 minutes      
City Commission Meeting, June 9 This is a called meeting of the Paducah Board of Commissioners which was conducted by video conferencing due to the COVID-19 situation. Highlights including the introduction of the Fiscal Year 2021 Budget ordinance.  24 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, May 26 - Budget Workshop This is a called meeting of the Paducah Board of Commissioners held May 26, 2020, to discuss the Fiscal Year 2021 budget and conduct regular business items. Due to the COVID-19 situation, this meeting is conducted entirely by video conferencing.  83 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, May 20 This is a called meeting between the Paducah Board of Commissioners and the McCracken County Fiscal Court to discuss the property at 5400 Commerce Drive (formerly Genova). Due to the COVID-19 situation, this meeting was conducted entirely by video conferencing. An executive session was held prior to the vote.  2 hours      
City Commission Meeting, May 18 This is a called meeting between the Paducah Board of Commissioners and the McCracken County Fiscal Court to discuss the property at 5400 Commerce Drive (formerly Genova). Due to the COVID-19 situation, this meeting was conducted entirely by video conferencing. The elected bodies went into executive session at the beginning of the meeting and stayed in executive session for more than an hour. No action was taken.  72 minutes
City Commission Meeting, May 12 Due to the COVID-19 situation, this meeting was conducted through video conferencing. Highlights include the approval of the construction contract for the South 24th Street bridge project and the approval of the Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation grant application.  24 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, April 28 Due to the COVID-19 situation, the entire meeting is conducted by video conferencing. Highlights include an update on the Small Business Relief Fund and a ordinance introduction for a construction contract to rehabilitate the bridge on South 24th Street.  51 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, April 14 This is a called meeting, and due to the COVID-19 situation, the entire meeting was conducted by video conferencing.  Highlights include the approval of the criteria and funding for the Small Business Relief Fund and the approval of a construction contract for the Greenway Trail Phase V project.  52 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, March 31 This is a called meeting, and due to the COVID-19 situation, several elected officials participated through teleconferencing. Highlights include the adoption of the Economic Stimulus Package for Businesses which created the Small Business Relief Fund.  61 minutes      
City Commission Meeting, March 10 Highlights include an update on COVID-19, a presentation about the downtown parking study, and an update on the Our Paducah Strategic Plan.  2 hours, 9 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, February 25 Highlights include public comments regarding the Indoor Recreation & Aquatic Center, the approval of the franchise agreement with Comcast, and the approval of a grant application for the COPS hiring program.   2 hours, 47 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, February 11 Highlights include a presentations about the upcoming 2020 Census and Paducah's two Opportunity Zones, and the approval and signing of three-year contracts between the City and the police and fire unions.  48 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, January 28 Highlights include an update on the design of the Indoor Recreation and Aquatic Facility, a report of recent activity from Greater Paducah Economic Development, and a demonstration of the new OpenCounter zoning and permitting software.  2 hours 30 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, January 14 Highlights include the introduction of six new Paducah firefighters and ordinance introductions for a cost recovery program for special events and for an agreement with Plante Moran for technical assistance in the implementation of the EnerGov software for codes and permitting.  44 minutes     
   
2019 Videos  
City Commission Meeting, December 17 This is a joint meeting held December 17, 2019, between the Paducah Board of Commissioners and the McCracken County Fiscal Court to learn more about the recommendations from the Parks Master Plan process. At about 30 minutes into the video, the meeting with the Fiscal Court ends, and a meeting of just the Paducah Board of Commissioners begins. Highlights from that meeting include the presentation of the Christmas Parade winners, an update to Chapter 42 of the Paducah code of ordinances related to junk vehicles, and the establishing of a Creative & Cultural Council.  67 minutes      
City Commission Meeting, December 10 Highlights include ordinance introductions regarding the creation of a Creative & Cultural Council and amendments to Chapter 42 of the code regarding junk vehicles.  59 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, November 26 Highlights include presentations from the two Shift Workshop project teams, an update from the National Quilt Museum, and a presentation of the Paducah Civic Beautification Board's Annual Business Awards. The Board also approved actions related to the Indoor Recreation and Aquatic Center.  1 hour 58 minutes     
Called City Commission Meeting with Fiscal Court, November 14 This is a called meeting to discuss E-911 equipment, specifically radio and radio infrastructure upgrades, and funding that will be held at City Hall on Thursday, November 14, 2019, at 5 p.m.  58 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, November 12 Highlights include the introduction of an ordinance that would provide limitations on dogs at special events. Ordinances also were introduced related to the indoor recreation and aquatic facility which is under design. The ordinances are for increasing the insurance premium tax from 6% to 7% and issuing a $22 million bond.  64 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, October 22 Highlights include a presentation from Greater Paducah Economic Development (GPED), an update on the City Block project, and a discussion about restricting dogs at community events.  67 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, October 8 Highlights include the announcement from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet regarding $650,000 in funding for the South 25th Street project, an overview presentation of the proposed City Block project, and a briefing on the employee health insurance and wellness benefits for calendar year 2020.  87 minutes    
City Commission Meeting, September 24 Highlights include the setting of the property tax levy, the introduction of several new City of Paducah employees, and a contract amendment to include the EnerGov software for codes, permitting, and inspection processes.  36 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, September 9 Highlights include a presentation about the Enterprise Resource Planning Software Project and a public hearing for the Fiscal Year 2020 Property Tax Levy.  83 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, August 27 Highlights include the approval of annual contracts for services for various local agencies, the approval of a contract with Lose Design for an indoor recreation and aquatic facility, and the approval of changing the minimum hiring age of a firefighter from 21 to 19 years of age.  53 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, August 26 - Joint Meeting with Fiscal Court Highlights include the adoption of ordinances related to the Sports Tourism Commission and Transient Room Tax.  24 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, August 13 Highlights include a presentation about Partake in Paducah from Socially Present and the introduction of ordinances regarding the change in structure for the transient room tax and the Paducah Convention & Visitors Bureau.  1 hour 47 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, July 23 Highlights include a presentation about the Strategic Plan and the launch of initiatives for OurPaducah, an update about the Small Urban Area Study through the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, and a presentation about plans to expand the Veterans Day Celebration. People also attended this meeting to provide their thoughts on the upcoming Western Kentucky Pride Festival.  94 minutes    Our Paducah Strategic Plan Welcome Video
City Commission Meeting, July 9 Highlights include the authorization to apply for the BUILD grant and an ordinance introduction to increase fees in the Fire prevention Division to match McCracken County's fees.  37 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, June 25 Highlights include approval of the Fiscal Year 2019-2020 budget, the creation of the Customer Experience Department, and the recognition of the Lemonade Academy participants.  1 hour 18 minutes 
City Commission Meeting, June 17 Highlights include discussions of the mailed survey for the Parks & Recreation Master Plan and the proposal to create a new tourism commission in addition to the existing Convention & Visitors Bureau in order to generate additional revenue through the transient room tax.  2 hours 5 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, June 11 Highlights include a presentation about the Joint Sewer Agency's rate adjustment, the introduction of the Fiscal Year 2019-2020 City Budget, and the recognition of the Mayor's Interns and Paducah Pathfinders.  48 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, May 28 Highlights include a proclamation about gun violence awareness, a legislative update, an amendment to the human relations ordinance, and a presentation about the New Day Initiative and enhancements to the permitting process. 2 hours 10 minutes    
City Commission Meeting, May 21 This is a called meeting regarding an amendment to Chapter 58 of the Paducah Code of Ordinances regarding Human Relations.  4 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, May 15 This is a called meeting to discuss the Fiscal Year 2019-2020 Budget.  2 hours 2 minutes
City Commission Meeting, May 14 Highlights include the graduation for the Citizens' Academy participants, an update on Greater Paducah Economic Development, and a presentation about the Community Scholarship Program.   1 hour 55 minutes
City Commission Meeting, April 23 Highlights include the approval of a Program Development Agreement with Weyland Ventures for a city-owned downtown block and an update on the upcoming City Hall unveiling ceremony.  34 minutes  
City Commission Meeting, April 16 The elected bodies discussed the preliminary survey results gathered through the Parks & Recreation Master Planning process.  1 hour 40 minutes  
City Commission Meeting, April 9 Highlights include the adopting of the Tax Increment Financing (TIF) District ordinance and the approval of new Paducah Water rates.  57 minutes  
City Commission Meeting, March 26 Highlights include a presentation from Paducah Water about the organization's structure, financial challenges, and proposed rate changes, a resolution for the Tennessee RiverLine Pilot Community Program, and an update on the demolition of the building at 318 Broadway (also known as the Kresge building).  72 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, March 19 Highlights include a presentation about the upcoming 2020 U.S. Census and a proclamation to create a Complete Count Committee. A presentation and discussion was held regarding a proposal to restructure the E-911 division and address revenue challenges.  96 minutes   
City Commission Meeting, March 12 Highlights include he introduction of an ordinance to create a Tax Increment Financing (TIF) District in the downtown area and the approval of an ordinance to make E911 Communications Services a division of the Paducah Police Department.  23 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, February 26 Highlights include the adoption of a resolution in support of creating a Tax Increment Financing District, the contract for the emergency demolition of the Kresge Building, and the contract for Strategic Plan marketing. The Board also heard a presentation about Barkley Regional Airport and an update on the Ohio River flooding situation.  48 minutes    
City Commission Meeting, February 19 This is the joint meeting of the Paducah Board of Commissioners and the McCracken County Fiscal Court to discuss a Tax Increment Financing District (TIF) and the Columbia Theatre.  128 minutes  
City Commission Meeting, February 12 Highlights include a presentation about a proposed Stormwater Impact Fee and an update on the Strategic Plan Action Steps and Vision Statement.  89 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, January 22 Highlights include the swearing in of three police officer recruits, Catholic Schools Week proclamation, presentation of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, and public discussion of the Veterans Day Parade resolution. 88 minutes     
City Commission Meeting, January 8 Highlights include the naming of the proposed pedestrian bridge that would link the City's Greenway Trail with McCracken County's trail system the Bob Leeper Bridge and a discussion about the Veterans Day Parade resolution that was adopted in May 2017.  26 minutes