The commission also voted to cancel its next meeting on Nov. 23, allowing time for travel over the Thanksgiving holiday.
In other business, Campbell read from a statement clearing up confusion about property located within the Harrodsburg city limits but not owned by the city, and addressed other complaints the city has received. The statement included:
* The property where the new Judicial Center will be constructed isn't owned or operated by the city. The city wasn't responsible for its demolition of the courthouse or the new construction.
* The former Gateway building, which is now the Mercer County courthouse, belongs to the Mercer County Fiscal Court.
* Diamond Point, the Welcome Center for all of Mercer County, is owned by Harrodsburg First. Harrodsburg First received grant money to renovate its building.
* The Mercer County Public Library, which is undergoing major renovation, isn't owned by the city. It operates under its own taxing district. The old CVS building is owned by the city. Eventually, the city hopes to house the police and communications department there. The public library is renting the building until its construction is complete. The rent fee has paid for the remodeling. No money has come from the city's budget to remodel the building.
* The Scenic Hills Subdivision sewer project isn't inside the city limits and isn't annexed into the city limits. The Mercer County Sanitation District is responsible for this project.
* The city owns and maintains the historic light posts. But street lights, power lines and poles are owned by Time Warner Cable, Kentucky Utilities and AT&T. The city can't and isn't under authority to repair these poles and lines.
* U.S. 127 and state roads are not owned or maintained by the city.