A concession stand is the latest improvement planned for the Maysville City Park.

The Maysville City Council agreed at its meeting on Monday, March 1, to pay $48,000 for a 20x14 "split face concession" stand for the city park.

In other business at the monthly city council meeting, the following items were approved:

•a bid of $2,119 to purchase a 2021 PG72 Plugger from James Short.

•a bid of $27,400 from Garrett Paving to pave Clay Street to North Main Street.

•to purchase a speed detector from Sam-R-Trailer for $8,389.

•approval of the animal ordinance, following two public hearings and citizen input.

•paying $2,200 to stripe Twin Mill Drive.


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