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After discussion and votes on multiple resolutions over the past four years, Taylorsville will officially become a fourth-class city in a matter of four months.
The Kentucky General Assembly approved a bill, cosponsored by Reps. Brad Montell and Kim King on Taylorsville’s part, according to a memo from Mayor Don Pay to the city commissioners. The commission unanimously approved a resolution supporting the move in January.
Pay provided The Spencer Magnet a copy of the memo to commissioners, which reads:
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