The Nicholasville City Commission held a public hearing Monday afternoon for the purpose of proposed use hearing regarding Local Government Economic Assistance program and the municipal road aid.
No one from the public showed up to speak at the hearing.
City clerk Roberta Warren said the city would receieve an estimated $9,000 from LGEA funds. That sum would be added to the $1,000 already in that fund for a total of $10,000. Warren said $9,000 would be earmarked for parks-and-recreation projects.
Warren said anticipated receipts from the road aid are expected to come in at $485,000. There is currently $66,000 in the fund for a total of $551,000.
Warren said the city has targeted $226,000 to go toward paving and milling of city roads — $130,000 for a new dump truck and $175,000 for street-department personnel.