Radcliff City Council work session canceled

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Mayor cites lack of quorum

Radcliff City Council canceled its 1:30 p.m. work session today.

Mayor J.J. Duvall said at least two council members had called in sick and would be unable to attend today's meeting, which jeopardized the council's ability to reach a quorum, a majority of the council required by law.

The city's agenda only contained one item for discussion: Potential changes to the policies and procedures handbook regarding holidays. The meeting would have closed with updates from the mayor and city council.

The city's regular voting meeting is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. next Tuesday at Colvin Community Center, where the council will be sworn in for its next two-year term alongside newly elected Councilman Jacob Pearman, who replaces Jack Holland.