A proposed outdoor pavilion for the Handy Farm was presented to commissioners at Tuesday evening’s city commission meeting.
County entities are working on a grant for the shelter, with plans for the building to be located inside the walking trail, near the planned soccer and baseball fields.
City Attorney John Lair read a letter to the commissioners from the Cynthiana Lion’s Club, requesting that the civic organization have naming rights to the pavilion if the group contributed a substantial amount of money toward the cost of the shelter.
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