Nich. commission makes appointments

Published 1:16 pm Thursday, January 16, 2020

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The Nicholasville City Commission started the year with a handful of appointments to committees and local boards Monday evening.

The appointments included Paula Elder to the Board of Adjustments, Doug Fain and Steven Benson to the Nicholasville-Wilmore-Jessamine County Joint Tourism commission and Mark Wilson to the code enforcement board.

Following a 23-minute closed session, the commissioners voted unanimously to authorize city attorney Darren Sammons to begin negotiations to purchase a piece of property, which was not identified. Nicholasville Mayor Pete Sutherland declined to name the property or purpose, citing upcoming negotiations.

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In other action, the commission:

— accepted a bid to demolish structures at 609 and 611 N. Central Ave.

— approved the transfer of Danny Eades, at his request, from training chief to lieutenant within the Nicholasville Fire Department.

— approved hiring Joseph Hobbs as a water plant operator trainee.

— approved the promotions within the Nicholasville Police Department of Matt Marshall to lieutenant, Alexis Jones to sergeant, Brian Fields to corporal and Autumn Howard to lieutenant.

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