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The Liberty city Council held a special called meeting Thursday. 

 

The council approved a resolution awarding a telecommunications franchise agreement to Duo County Telecom as part of the KY Wired Project.  

 

The 2018 property tax rate will remain unchanged from last year. The council had a first reading of a garbage ordinance for the city of Liberty. Here's Mayor Steven Brown... 

 

 

The council will have a second reading of the garbage ordinance at a special meeting next week. 

 

A representative from the Kentucky Native American Heritage Commission, Angel Arnett-Garner, addressed the counsel concerning the declaration of an Indigenous Peoples Day for the city of Liberty. The day is nationally recognized on Columbus Day and the council is leaning toward declaring that day as recognized by the city as well.  No action was taken. A proclamation is being prepared and will be addressed next week's special meeting. 

 

Trick-or-treating hours were set for 4-7pmET on Wednesday, October 31, 2018 in the city limits. 

 

The City Council will meet again in a special session on Tuesday at 4pmET.

 

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