New Trail in Park Hills becoming Expensive

(Park Hills) A new trail being built in Park Hills is getting expensive.

This was discussed during Tuesday night’s city council meeting.

City Administrator Mark McFarland says thank goodness that this project is just about finished.

In other news from Tuesday night’s Park Hills City Council meeting, it was announced Ed Pultz has retired as city counselor and Nathan Bollinger has been hired to take the position.

Councilmen Tom Reed and Tom Hulsey were appointed to the Planning and Zoning Commission.

Also, it was announced the 14th Annual Trunk ‘n’ Treat event, sponsored by the Downtown Park Hills Association, will be held on Halloween from 5:30 until 6:30 that evening on the municipal parking lot.