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Auburn City Government
 


 


The City is managed by an elected Mayor and Council Members.

Auburn Elected Officials (as of January 1, 2013)

Mayor Hughes, Mike (Dewey Roche retired)
   
Council Members Montgomery, Steve
  Evans, Rex
  Kutzman, Norma
  Price, Bobby
  Johnson, Shane
  Duer, Jesse (RIP) (Awaiting replacement for the late Jesse Duer)
   
   
Mayoral elections are every 4 years (next election Nov 2016)
Council elections are every 2 years
Both terms start January 1 following the election

 

 

 
Auburn's History
 
Historical sequence of events to take place in Auburn
 
Mayors through the years
 
City Boundary (1893)
 
Paving Main Street (1930)
                    Who's who on Main Street in 1930 (Residential & Business)
Paving Pearl Street (1931)
                   
The improvements will pass the homes of:
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Historical Sequence of Events in Auburn:

 Mayors

City History

City Boundary (1893)

Paving Main Street: (1930)

    Who's Who On Main Street in the 1930s (Residential & Businesses)

Paving Pearl Street: (1931)

 

 

Sequence of Events as they occurred historically in Auburn, Logan Co., KY
1792 Kentucky State formed
1865 Auburn was Incorporated
1878 Auburn's First Bank - owned by G. W. Davidson
1893 Corporate Limits (Boundaries) of Auburn
1895 Daisy Davidson died - daughter of G. W. Davidson
1930 Main Street paved.
1931 Pearl Street paved
1931, Apr 13 The local branch of Lashbrook Motor Company was sold to Auburn Motor Company (Ford Dealer) (J. L. Anderson & J. R. Baker)
1937 Auburn Hosiery Mills founded
1950 Strike at Auburn Hosiery Mills - commenced Aug. 28th.
1951 Strike at Auburn Hosiery Mills ended after 8 months.

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Boundary of Corporate Limits of Auburn (1893)

 

 

Boundary of the corporate limits of the town of Auburn, in Logan County, Kentucky, Beginning at a rock the (N.W. corner) in George T. Blakey’s field, running South, through said Blakey’s land 68 poles to north boundary line of cemetery on New Hope Church road, thence with cemetery line S. 86 W. 13 2/25 poles to corner of same, S. with cemetery line 41 8/25 poles to corner to same, N. 77 E. 14 13.25 poles, thence S. 34 poles, through lands of A. T. Duffer, to rock on the M. B. of L and N Rail Road, thence S. through lands of Beard Vanarsdall, 68 poles to rock, on the Bowling Green and Russellville road, then S. through lands of James Oats and others 110 poles to rock corner in E.G. Clark’s field, thence due East one mile through lands of said Clark, A. B. Ray, Hall & Monroe Price to a rock corner in South side of Monroe Price’s garden – thence due North, through lands of said Price & J. M. Hall 201 poles to rock on Bowling Green and Russellville road, N. 23 poles to rock on Rail Road, N. 72 poles to rock corner in J. M. Hall’s field, thence due West one mile through the lands of said Hall, A. C. Ritchey and G. T. Blakey, crossing Coonrange Road at a rock South of the branch, in the lane between A. C. Ritchey and G. T. Blakey – to the beginning – In the line running East from the corner in E.G. Clark’s field 196 poles is a rock at the crossing of Middleton Road – embracing one square mile, and Cemetery added, as for notes herein. The foregoing is the true boundary of the town of Auburn, In Logan County Kentucky as set forth and established by J. W. Porter, Chairman, A. T. Duffer, William Kingston, Wm. Paine and others. Trustees of the town of Auburn, and the same is ordered by them to be recorded in the Logan County Clerk’s Office  - Done by order of said board of Trustees, January 31st 1893.

 

                                                                        (Signed)  William Paine

                                                                                              Secretary

 

 

State of Kentucky

Logan Co.

            I, Jno. G. Orndorff, Clerk of the Logan County Court, do certify that the foregoing boundary of the corporate limits of the town of Auburn, Logan County, Kentucky, was this day lodged in my office for record, and the same, together with this certificate, has been duly recorded in my office.

            Witness my hand, this 2nd day of February 1893.

                                                                                    Jno. G. Orndorff, Clerk.

                                                                                      By W. I. Stovall, D.C.

                                               

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