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November 7, 2013

City drops dilapidated property lawsuit

Accepts rental proposal from London Radio Service

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LAUREL COUNTY, Ky. —

Rudder also re-appointed Joe Smith to the London/Laurel County Communications board and appointed P.J. Burnett, captain of the Kentucky State Police London Post to the 9-1-1 board.

The council also approved written requests to rezone the following properties from R2 residential zones to C2 commercial zones:

• Property owned by James R. Johnson, located at 1864 N. Mill St.;

• Property owned by Bertie L. Sawyers, located at 1869 and 1871 N. Mill St.;

• Property owned by James C. Johnson and Sarah C. Johnson at 1868 N. Mill St.; and

• Property owned by James R. Parsley and Mary Parsley at 1867 N. Mill St.

 

rmcdaniel@sentinel-echo.com

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