Commission rejects Abraham's resolution for aquatic center

KELLY FARRELL | The Sun

Thirty residents made public comments at Tuesday night's Paducah City Commission meeting at City Hall, where it was standing room only for attendees. Residents commented about the proposed $20 million indoor recreation/aquatic center in Noble Park. Commissioner Richard Abraham introduced a resolution that would have postponed project bids for the facility, but it was rejected.

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