The Greensburg City Council met Monday night, March 19th, at City Hall in Greensburg. Among actions taken by the council was giving Greensburg Mayor Lisle Cheatham the approval to proceed with final application through the U-S-D-A Rural Energy Savings Program for funding to help improve housing in the city of Greensburg. The program is designed to have program loan payments match the energy savings and as a result not increase the utility bill on which the loan payment would be included. Mayor Cheatham says the typical payback period for this type of loan would be 10 years or less at an interest rate of 3½ to 4 percent. The Greensburg City Council also voted to look into the possibility of establishing an outlet at the Green River Paddle Trail pavilion in Greensburg that would operate primarily on Friday, Saturday and Sunday 6 or 7 months out of the year and provide some basic items for purchase by cabin renters, canoers and kayakers. And, it was also noted that Spring Clean-Up week for the city of Greensburg this year will be the week of April 23rd through 27th.