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Hawesville Mayor Rob McCormick

Relief for rural water customer announced at Hawesville City Council

At the Hawesville City Council Meeting Tuesday evening, December 12th, it was announced that the 1996 rural water bond will be paid off soon. In 1996 the city built the water lines out Hwy 60 towards Cloverport, Kentucky. The lines fed the rural areas out Hwy 69 corridor. Those customers were paying $21 extra a…

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Hawesville looking for grants to help with future plans

Hawesville Mayor Rob McCormick reports at the Hawesville City Council meeting on Tuesday, November 14th, that City Administrator Jake Powers has been doing a wonderful job at documenting the city’s maintenance costs. Unexpected costs in the city have been tallied at around $25,869. “We’ve got water and sewer repairs and A11s,” Powers said. “For July-Oct.,…

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Breakthrough for Road Assistance; Domtar donates $15K to Hawesville VFD

The Hawesville City Council met on Tuesday evening, October 3rd. Hawesville City Clerk Lora Basham was congratulated on completing the Level 1 – Achievement in City Governance via KY League of Cities City Officials Training Center. She completed 58 hours of approved courses and 2 hours of ethics. Breakthrough for Road Assistance Hawesville Mayor Rob…

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Hawesville council tackles projects

  The Hawesville City Council met on Tuesday, September 12th. that would eliminate truck traffic. In addition, the council approved a reschedule of next month’s meeting for October 3rd. Storm Plant/Infrastructure Hawesville Mayor Rob McCormick said the project on the city’s storm plant could cost $3.2M. “They have found a grant that will match all…

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Hawesville Code Enforcement Members named

At the Hawesville City Council Meeting on Tuesday, September 12th, three volunteer Code Enforcement Board Members were named to enforce the city’s new ordinances: Chuck Jones, Stephanie Clark and Robert McCann. “We have 3 solid individuals,” Hawesville Mayor Rob McCormick said. “Chuck has agreed to the one-year term, Ms. Clark will have the 2-year term,…

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Hawesville Nuisance Ordinance; property owners could face fines

The Special Called Hawesville City Council Meeting was held to pass Code Enforcement, Water & Sewer Reclassification & Rate Increase and Nuisance Ordinances, on Thursday evening, July 27th at Hawesville City Hall. The Nuisance Ordinance (#6-23) specifically repeals ordinance #s: 1-76, 1-75, 05-06 and 08-004. Some of the conditions declared to be a public nuisance…

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Hawesville City Council; discusses switching banks

The Hawesville City Council met on Tuesday, March 14th. They discussed the possibility of moving the city’s banking activities from First Financial, previously Hancock Bank, to Independence Bank in Hawesville In an effort to find a less expensive rate on the Visa and Master Cards and lowering or eliminating other banking fees, Hawesville Mayor Rob…

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