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Lewisport Council Discusses Lift Station Remedies; RO Plant Update

The Lewisport City Council met on Tuesday, February 13th. An update on the reverse osmosis water pilot was provided as well as placing military banners in the City. Guest speaker Karen Colbert, member of the HC Tourism Board, proposed a Food Truck Festival to the council as well. (*You can read that separate article in…

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Lewisport’s Number One Project

Huge Success at Lewisport City Council Meeting The Lewisport City Council Meeting was held on Thursday evening, December 14th, and the Public Works Crew extends a huge thank you to everyone for all of their hard work to help with the Christmas parade and Christmas in the Park. “It was a huge success,” Mayor Chad…

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State will widen Ky. 657 shoulder in Lewisport

By C. Josh Givens The Kentucky Department of Highways is scheduled to begin work to widen the shoulder of Kentucky Highways 657/Fourth Street in Lewisport this week, though weather may delay the start of the project, according to Mayor Chad Gregory. Gregory said the current lanes of travel along the road are “wider than necessary,”…

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Coleman visits Lewisport, awards $390K for water and road projects

Lt. Governor Jacqueline Coleman was received by an enthusiastic crowd at Lewisport’s Pell Administration Building Tuesday as she announced more then $390,000 in infrastructure funding for two local projects. Coleman announced $320,325 to the City of Lewisport for water system booster station improvements and the addition of 2,900 feet of waterlines. The improvements will connect…

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Citizen addresses Council about Lewisport trespassing issues

Lewisport property owner Renee DeWitt attended the March 17 meeting of Lewisport City Council to personally address her concerns with police availability in the city related to trespassing on her property near Poplar Grove Apartments. DeWitt’s concerns were first presented at the Feb. 18 meeting in a read-out of a letter by council member Kelly…

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Citizen concerned about police availability in Lewisport

Lewisport City Council member Kelly Vanover read out concerns provided to him by a Lewisport citizen, which he did not name, regarding the woman’s concerns about the availability of officers of the Lewisport Police Department. According to the read out by Vanover at the Feb. 18 City Council meeting the homeowner lives adjacent to Poplar…

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Wigginton leaving admin role in Lewisport March 1

Lewisport City Administrator Brent Wigginton will be leaving the position he has held for 15 years to take on the role of general manager of Daviess County Water. Wigginton, who has worked a total of 22 years for the city, made the announcement at the Jan. 27 meeting of Lewisport City Council. He will begin…

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