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You may be aware that Kentucky law requires cities to operate in the black. We must have a budget, and we must balance that budget year in and year out. It’s a challenging but good law. In fact, most people I talk with say they wish all levels of...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSTANFORD — Indiscriminate federal budget cuts, collectively known as the federal "sequester," are taking their own toll on next year's Lincoln County School District budget. Superintendent Karen Hatter said reductions in federal funding for her...
email@example.comFRANKFORT — A bill that would increase transparency and accountability for special districts is popular with some Lincoln County officials. House Bill 1 was approved unanimously by the state House and Senate last week and is currently awaiting...
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...
email@example.comSTANFORD — With the prospect of factory layoffs threatening Stanford's potential tax revenues next year, Mayor Bill Miracle says he wants to start a discussion about merging the Stanford arts program and the county's tourism program. Such a merger...
The Winchester-Clark County Parks and Recreation board finalized its budget proposal during its monthly meeting Monday night at the Winchester-Clark County Health and Wellness Center. The proposed budget is $630,300. The board is seeking $253,650 from...
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Contributing ColumnistCongressional leaders have not passed a federal budget in four years and have continued to kick the can down the road with continuing resolutions rather than solve America’s spending and debt problems. If major corporations operated in that manner,...
Your recent editorial questioning Danville's alcohol regulation fee use and oversight raised good questions. But how can Danville and every resident benefit more from the nearly $1 million collected? Danville can only use these fees to "reimburse the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLANCASTER — Discussion for Wednesday night’s special-called Lancaster City Council meeting focused solely on the city’s sewer problems. More specifically, how to pay for recently-discovered issues on West Maple Avenue from Paulding...
email@example.comAfter two listening sessions to hear from the public, and an online survey, Danville’s city manager presented an outline Thursday of residents’ opinions regarding the current fiscal year’s budget. Ron Scott told commissioners and...
Several good ideas have been raised during Danville’s recent listening sessions, including calls for the city to take a look at alcohol fees and revenue. When Danville went wet in 2010, the City Commission at the time assured business owners...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgA second City Commission listening session for the public brought about mostly positive input Saturday morning at Danville City Hall. After hearing an overview of last year’s budget from city manager Ron Scott and financial consultant Michele...
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