The city of Caneyville named new ball park directors this week.

Caneyville City Clerk/Treasurer Connie Gootee informed the Caneyville City Commission Monday night that former Director Henry Mudd had resigned due to work obligations and recommended the city find someone else to fill the position.

Ricky and Ashley Ashby then stepped up to take the reins of the program, and the City Commission passed a motion to accept them as new ball park directors.

The positions will receive a stipend; however, the amount has not yet been determined.

Additionally, sign-up fees for the upcoming leagues have been set at $40 for one player, $70 for two players, and $90 for three or more players. As of Monday night, 18 players had signed up for the city's ball programs.

The City Commission also held the first reading of an ordinance limiting parking within the city limits on Monday.

The ordinance makes it unlawful for a semi-tractor, semi-truck/trailer, RV, camper, any truck exceeding five tons, or school bus to park on any city street within the city limits of Caneyville, with the exception of such a vehicle parking for 30 minutes or less for the purpose of making "bona fide pick-ups and deliveries."

The second and final reading of the ordinance was held during a special City Commission meeting on Wednesday afternoon, and it was approved.

Those found to be in violation of this ordinance will be charged with a misdemeanor and fined no less than $25 nor more than $250 for the first offense, and no less than $50 nor more than $500 for each subsequent offense thereafter.

In other business:

*Gootee said that the project to replace old city water lines is back on schedule as funding paperwork has been submitted to USDA Rural Development.

*The dates of number of city events were announced, including a surplus sale at the Caneyville Purple Flash Community Center (March 16 starting at 9 a.m.); the Caneyville Easter program (April 12, 13, and 19); the Caneyville Easter egg hunt (April 13 at noon); and the Caneyville Day car show (June 29).