SHELBYVILLE CITY COUNCIL: City, tourism set agreement on Main Street property

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Budget set for 2019-20

By Todd Martin

The Shelbyville City Council approved 5-0 at its regular meeting Thursday to enter into a contract with Shelby County Tourism and Convention Commission, councilmember Pam Carter was not present at the meeting.
The contract is for the 612-618 Main Street property where the city has planned to add green space, parking and more.
The council will also have a workshop at 6 p.m. on May 21 at city hall, 315 Washington Street, to discuss proposed plans for the space.

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