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firstname.lastname@example.orgTo boost revenue, the city of Danville may look into increasing property taxes for the next fiscal year. City officials met Thursday evening at city hall so each department could present its budget concerns, as the city begins the process of creating...
Tags: Fires, Budgets and Budgeting, Taxation, Politics
BOYLE Deeds filed recently in the office of Boyle County Clerk Trille Bottom include: Dot Neale, sole trustee of the Dorothy H. Neale Revocable Trust, to Dot Neale, one-eighth interest in property on West Broadway, property transfer; fair cash value of...
email@example.comSTANFORD — The director of the First Southern Community Arts Center intends to step down by the end of April, but members of Stanford City Council are reluctant to see him go. Bob Swett, who began in his position as arts center director in 2011,...
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Guest ColumnistI moved to Kentucky in 2008 when the economy crashed. Our family decided it was time for us to agree to, and live by, a budget in order to avoid our own fiscal cliff. My husband recommended each of us put our receipts in a jar. At the end of the month,...
American revolutionary James Otis gets credit for saying: “Taxation without representation is tyranny.” Whoever said it, those words ring just as true here today in Kentucky as they did in 18th century colonial Massachusetts. Thankfully,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Jessamine County Public Library was the only special district in the county found to be in compliance with state requirements in an audit report released earlier this month by state auditor Adam Edelen. According to the report, there are nine such...
The Winchester SunThe Clark County Treasurer’s seat is empty for the second time in three months. Ken Hawkins tendered his letter of resignation Tuesday, effective immediately. His letter cites poor technology and lack of manpower as reasons for leaving the post....
The Clark County Community Education Program Advisory Council held its regular bi-monthly meeting Nov. 14 at Central Bank. Community Education director Cora Heffner introduced new youth members Kaylee Raymer and Sandra Skinner and guest Jennifer...
This year’s Black Friday shoppers were split into two distinct groups: those who wanted to fall into a turkey-induced slumber and those who’d rather shop instead. Stores typically open in the wee hours of the morning on the day after...
email@example.comA report released this week by state Auditor Adam Edelen found local taxing districts across Kentucky take in millions in revenue with scant oversight and few laws to ensure they operate in the public’s best interest. “Special districts...
The Winchester SunThe Clark County Fiscal Court has a replacement for its out-going county treasurer. Ken¿Hawkins was hired to replace Tina Lynn during the Fiscal Court’s regular meeting Wednesday. Lynn abruptly resigned from the post two weeks ago, citing the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgJessamine County has much to offer, and Sunday, the public library invited residents to come out and “Explore” the options, community relations coordinator Heather Reynolds said. “Explore is our annual advertising campaign,”...
Tags: Libraries, Arts and Culture, Advertising
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