Decisions from Tuesday’s Paducah City Commission meeting include E911 contract

Earlier we told you the Paducah City Commission voted to allow some new businesses to serve liquor by the drink. Here’s a look at other decisions during Tuesday’s meeting. 

– Paducah’s E911 center will get new equipment to better answer your emergencies. Commissioners approved a contract with Virginia-based Federal Engineering Inc. to oversee the upgrade. 

– Commissioners also proposed a contract with HDR Engineering for engineering, design and inspection services for floodwall pump stations No. 2 and 9.

– Jeff Pederson could serve as city manager for at least three more years. Commissioners proposed extending his employment contract through 2019, with an automatic renewal option for three additional years.

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