Richard Abraham

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The Paducah City Commission approved an amendment Tuesday night revising the city’s ‘fairness ordinance’ to protect religious liberty.

OFFICIAL HEADSHOT, CITY OF PADUCAH

Paducah City Commissioner Richard Abraham introduced a revised amendment Tuesday to amend the city’s ‘fairness ordinance.’

OFFICIAL HEADSHOT, CITY OF PADUCAH

Paducah City Commissioner Richard Abraham is running for mayor in 2020.

Matt Markgraf, WKMS

The Paducah City Commission voted Tuesday to keep a 2017 commision resolution regarding the Veterans Day Parade and who can participate. 

Official Headshot, City of Paducah

Paducah Mayor Pro Tem Richard Abraham said he wants to rescind a 2017 commision resolution regarding the Veterans Day Parade and who can participate.

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Officials in a western Kentucky city have voted in favor of an ordinance that requires private correctional facilities to more quickly notify law enforcement agencies when there is an escape.

Kentucky Department of Corrections

The Paducah City Commission is looking for ways to secure the safety of a neighborhood adjacent to a correctional facility. 

City Commission meeting video screenshot, paducahkygov via YouTube

Paducah City Commissioner Richard Abraham read a statement at Tuesday’s commission meeting that the tearing down of Confederate monuments will not fix issues facing the black community.

Lance Dennee, WKMS

With numerous projects underway in the City of Paducah: from neighborhood revitalization to riverfront development, workforce development, the foreign trade zone, efforts to attract young entrepreneurs and much more, this November's mayoral and city commissioners race has many in the community wondering about the leadership will look like guiding a changing Paducah. WKMS and The Paducah Sun hosted a forum Thursday night where candidates expressed their views on these topics.

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Paducah city officials are considering drafting an ordinance to expand the use of food trucks in the city.

Right now, mobile food vending is allowed only on a couple stretches of Hinkleville and Lone Oak roads in what’s known as highway business districts.

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