Mayor Hendricks noted, “I’m excited to present to citizens our unique opportunity to deliver the best possible quality of life for our residents as well as to strengthen our position as regional sports and general tourism destination.” He added “These Hoptown WINS project are essential to building a healthier, happier, and wealthier Hopkinsville.”
Continuing commitment to government transparency, Hendricks is also making his operational and capital budget recommendations available to the public for viewing or download from the city website at www.hoptown.org/budget.
Beginning this afternoon, the entire budget address will also be available for on-demand streaming from the city’s website or by tuning in to City TV Channel 12. Time Warner cable customers who use a QAM-enabled television without a digital box, may tune in to Channel 16-103. City TV is also available to AT&T U-Verse costumers on Channel 99.
Mayor Hendricks’ budget recommendations will be taken up by Hopkinsville City Council at multiple Committee of the Whole meetings. To be held on May 12, 19, and 26 (if needed) beginning at 6:00 p.m., those meetings will also be streamed and televised live.
For additional information, please call (270) 890-0200.