"There was some question on...lab bills," said Mayor
Howard said the
A representative from Harlan Municipal Water advised council there were several tests that had to be done recently, which caused the spike in the city's cost for testing.
The council heard a request from the
"I am here to ask your support not as council, but as individual members of the council, to participate in an exhibition we're putting together," said Lafollette. "What we are trying to do is document those things that we face as a county, as individual communities that are challenging us at the moment."
Lafollette said they seek to document things that are being done to keep hope alive.
"I'm here to ask you...to allow our community interviewers to talk with you for half an hour and get from you, as leaders of this community, what you believe the challenges are that
Lafollette said the interviewers would also be looking for steps that are being taken to keep hope alive.
After several members agreed to participate, the council moved on to other business.
In other council activity:
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