Shelbyville City Council: Resolutions call questions about Fairness Ordinance

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Next meeting moved to July 11 to avoid holiday

By Todd Martin

Two more resolutions that will keep the city on track to earn a Community Development Block Grant were approved during Thursday’s regular Shelbyville City Council meeting at City Hall, but not without a few questions, one of which could bring up a matter that the city had declined to discuss earlier this year.

The resolutions were passed to make the city eligible for the grant that would provide the $500,000 in grant funding to purchase the old Blue Gables Motel, which now serves as apartments.

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