Leitchfield restructures, considers goals for 2019

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By Rebecca Morris

In its first meeting of 2019, a reconstituted Leitchfield City Council Monday discussed improvements members want to see around the city, new roles for council members and briefly touched on the status of the new city hall/police department project and the fate of a department head.
It was the first meeting with new Mayor Rick Embry and council members Billy Dallas and Clayton Miller as well as new City Attorney Dennis Fentress.
Among the first orders of business were handing out new committee assignments and naming two potential fill-ins for Embry.

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