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Corbin City Commission delays search for new parks and recreation director

The long-vacant position of Corbin Parks and Recreation Direction remains vacant and is likely to do so until early next year. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Did you know you can simply buy a $1 day pass if you want to see that story! No long time committment,...

Corbin mulling tax incentive to upgrade older properties

The Corbin Planning and Zoning Commission is asking the city commission to offer tax breaks to property owners who spend significant money to update and upgrade older properties. At the regular workshop meeting of the Corbin City Commission Monday night, Henry Heaberlin with the...

Corbin City Commission votes 3-2 for tax hike, promotes officers

Corbin residents will likely be seeing an increase on their 2017 property tax bills. Corbin City Manager Marlon Sams recommended to Corbin City Commission Monday that the city raise the tax rate 4 percent. This is projected to generate about $68,000 in additional revenue for the...
Posted On 20 Sep 2017

Corbin enjoys day of Moonbow Eggfest, Cumberland Valley Cruise-In, 5-0 5K

Saturday was an eventful day in downtown Corbin, which hosted the Fourth Annual Moonbow Eggfest, the inaugural Corbin Police Department 5-0 5K and the Cumberland Valley Cruise-In car show. Corbin Tourism Director Maggy Kriebel told the Corbin City Commission during its monthly...
Posted On 20 Sep 2017

Corbin City Commission discusses concerns over The Arena

Corbin Arena Manager Kristi Balla told the Corbin City Commission that close to 100,000 people will walk through the facility’s doors in 2017, but commissioners are asking, at what cost? You need to login to view the rest of the content. Did you know you can simply buy a $1 day...

Corbin City Commission nixes garbage privatization effort

One week after it was announced that Corbin city officials had elected not to move forward on proposals to privatize the city’s residential garbage service, the city commission made it official, but not unanimous. By a vote of 4-1, with Commissioner Trent Knuckles casting the...

Corbin considering private garbage service proposals

After months of questions concerning the potential cost of privatizing the city’s garbage collection, the Corbin City Commission received its first set of hard numbers when the requests for proposal were opened at the commission’s quarterly work session meeting Monday night. You...

Jury: Corbin didn’t wrongfully terminate officers

It took a seven-woman, five-man jury a little over an hour last Wednesday to conclude that the city of Corbin did nothing wrong when it laid off two Corbin police officers in 2014. Jonathan Dean and Kyle Gray filed a wrongful termination suit shortly after being laid off on Sept....
Posted On 21 Jun 2017

Corbin City Commission approves $198,308 bid for playground equipment

The Larry Stevens Memorial Playground site is empty now after equipment was removed earlier this year following a failed safety inspection. The Corbin City Commission voted last week to install new equipment, which will include a better surface. Two months after the playground...

Corbin City Commission seeking proposals to privatize residential garbage service

The Corbin City Commission voted Monday to have the city manager send out requests for proposals from companies interested in providing the city with residential garbage service, though the decision was nowhere near unanimous. You need to login to view the rest of the content....