City reviewing bids for demolition of former nursing home

A building in downtown Paducah could come down by August. The former nursing home stands across from where the new hotel will stand. 

City spokeswoman Pam Spencer says the city opened five bids last week to demolish the building. They range from about $45,000 to $128,000.

Spencer says city commissioners plan to review and approve the bids within the next two weeks.

To take a look at the entire bid package online, click here

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