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Graymoor-Devondale MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING October 24, 2017 The regular meeting of the Graymoor-Devondale City Council was held at the Episcopal Church Home Memory Center, 7504 Westport Rd. CITY OFFICERS PRESENT: Mayor John Vaughan, Council Members David Beaudoin, David Meiners, Jeff Morgenthau, Alice Shade, Mark Sites and Yvette Winnette. ALSO PRESENT: Police Chief Grady Throneberry, City Engineer Mark Madison, Attorney John Singler and City Clerk/Treasurer Nancy Perito. ABSENT: Safety Director Marvin Bray. GUESTS PRESENT: See list. PUBLIC FORUM: Jeff Burnett, a new resident to the City on Carlimar Ln., inquired as to the City’s official stance on the VA hospital project. Mayor Vaughan stated that the City has been involved financially and legally in conjunction with the City of Crossgate in trying to challenge the VA’s Environmental Impact Study. The VA has recently accepted the Environmental Impact Study and stated that this location continues to be the chosen location for the new hospital. Mayor Vaughan stated that there is a meeting planned for October 30, 2017 at Thomas Jefferson Unitarian Church at 7:00p.m. to discuss further action. The City of Graymoor-Devondale will continue in its efforts to close Carlimar Ln. City Engineer Mark Madison introduced his new employee Matthew Hemmerle who will provide a back-up for any requests from the City. He is interested in pursuing municipal engineering.
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  • Fall '14
  • Municipality, Jefferson County, Kentucky, John Singler, Yvette Winnette, Mayor Vaughan

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