The outdoor sports complex project and the 911 radio system improvements were both topics of discussion at Monday evening’s fiscal court meeting.

While McCracken County Judge-Executive Craig Clymer said the sports complex project is at a stage where the county and city of Paducah need to sign an interlocal agreement to outline how the city and county will split the costs of the sports complex, he does not think the county is ready to enter into an interlocal agreement for the 911 system without having an idea of all of the options available for 911 radio system improvements.

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