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After several drafts and revisions, the Winchester Board of Commissioners unanimously approved the first reading of an ordinance to regulate the sale and discharge of fireworks within the city. The ordinance will set legal sale and discharge times as 10...
firstname.lastname@example.orgDanville Mayor Bernie Hunstad said Wednesday he does not plan to file an ethics complaint against former city manager Paul Stansbury, even though Stansbury allegedly violated a post-employment restriction of the city’s ethics ordinance. On Monday...
email@example.comSeven Danville Citizens Committee members met Thursday to rank eight applications for the vacant city manager position, and for a second time, the panel appears to have violated the state’s open meetings laws by casting its votes behind closed...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHARRODSBURG — Harrodsburg’s historic Main Street is in the center of a modern-day debate after four new signs were placed at crosswalks in the middle of the two-way street. “This is a hot issue since it seems to have divided 50...
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The most recent Community Action Forums, held on Aug. 13 and Aug. 20 were, if not dismal failures, were not especially mind-blowing experiences, either. This was not because those who attended and participated were not enthusiastic or dedicated to helping...
Tags: Local Elections, Politics, Paul Rodgers, High Schools, Schools
Journal columnistGovernment can make us all feel like rats in a maze. Mounds of paperwork, waves of words, and page after page of rules and regulations can confuse and criminalize even the most well-intentioned among us. Exhibit A is the judgment against the city of...
The Winchester SunThe city is working to adopt social networking guidelines into its personnel code. The order, adopted on first reading by the Winchester Board of Commissioners, directs employees of the city “with respect to the use of the Internet, the worldwide...
City not wasting money Dear Editor, If Debbie Rose would do more homework on payroll taxes, she would find that some workers pay both the county and city. Here are a few other communities that have both: Versailles/Woodford County; Georgetown/Scott...
The Winchester Police Department is turning to the city to help bring Retro Bill back to the community to speak to school children through the DARE¿program. Winchester Chief of Police Kevin Palmer sent a letter to the Winchester Board of Commissioners...
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The Winchester SunIt may not be secretive like the legendary Skull and Bones society, but for all the community leaders it churns out, the George Rogers Clark High School speech and debate team seems to predict success. Some of the alumni include Senior Judge Julia Hylton...
Danville’s elected officials should take a leadership cue from Commissioner Ryan Montgomery in questioning the escalating cost of upgrading the water plant and revisit the project. Bell Engineering estimated the upgrade to cost $19 million....
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email@example.comThe chairwoman of the Danville Citizens Committee dedicated to helping city commissioners find a new city manager made a presentation at Monday’s commission meeting, during which she expressed disappointment in some of the applications forwarded...
Tags: Unemployment Benefits, Politics, Insurance, Government
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