Hopkinsville City County members will return to in-person meetings at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the municipal center, 715 S. Virginia St. Temperature checks, masks and social distancing will be required, and additional overflow seating in adjacent rooms will be provided.
The agenda for Tuesday’s meeting includes a municipal order for $65,522 in amenities along Phase II of the Hopkinsville Greenway, which opened last fall. Among the items listed are three emergency call boxes, totaling $43,200.
The council will also hear a proposal to create an Energy Project Assessment District.
Approved by the Kentucky General Assembly in 2015, an EPAD allows a business owner to finance energy efficiency and renewable energy projects with loans that are repaid through a property tax assessment.
Other agenda items include amendments to the city’s operational and capital budgets.
There are two proposed reasons for going into closed session — for discussion of an economic development proposal and for property acquisition/disposition.