Monday was Allen’s last regular meeting as mayor, Young takes over in January.
By James Roberts
Thursday, December 9, 2010 at 8:00 am (Updated: December 9, 8:02 am)
Thieves will soon have a harder time selling their ill-gotten gains in Campbellsville.
During Monday night's regular meeting, City Council members had first reading of an amendment to last year's pawnshop ordinance, an amendment that broadens the types of businesses that must keep electronic records.
Passed in August 2009, the original ordinance required pawnbrokers to keep computer records of all the items they take in and sell.
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