Corydon City Hall

by Jen Reed

Just as the regular City of Corydon council meeting was coming to a close, current City Clerk Ann Stevens announced her official retirement date had been decided.

“I have decided on my official retirement date and it will be January 2 (2020),” said Stevens. 

Stevens informed the council previously this year she would be looking to retire within the year’s timeframe. The council hired Cheryl Mastin to train under Stevens as her replacement back in August. 

In other business the council heard a presentation from the Karl Miles LeCompte Memorial Library Board and Don Seams with the Healthy Hometown committee. The second reading of Ordinance 342 raising the water deposit for city tenants from $200 to $250 took place.

The next regular council meeting will be held on Wednesday, Dec. 18 at 7 p.m. with a budget work session scheduled for Wednesday, Dec. 11 at 6 p.m.

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