Public meetings conducted by video teleconference do not require significant expense for most cities.
Kentucky cities and counties received over $300 million from the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.
What is the Deadline for Open Records Requests?
Regardless of whether your city has resumed in person meetings, continues to meet by virtual means or some mixture thereof, SB 150 provides tools for cities.
Now that things have settled down at city hall, it is time to talk about open records and open meetings.
Governor Andy Beshear issued Executive Order 2020-968 on November 18, 2020, which contains new restrictions to combat the rapid increase in COVID-19 cases.
Attorney General Daniel Cameron filed a motion to intervene in a civil action in defense of the Claims Against Local Governments Act (CALGA).
Municipal utilities may resume service cutoffs for nonpayment effective November 6, 2020.
Municipal utilities are ceasing water shutoffs and reconnecting service to customers in an effort to address the public health emergency.
It is important to educate yourself and to confirm any information you receive with verified resources.
Understanding the penalties a city could face for the failure to submit these statements.
These boundaries will once again be used to determine city population totals in the 2020 Decennial Census.
Important news regarding hiring for youth camps.
Abandoned Shopping Carts can be a Problem for Cities, Businesses and the Public.
Recently, the Kentucky Office of Attorney General sent out a communication notifying Mayors and City Attorneys of legislation that amends the Open Meetings and Open Records Acts. The information contained the following summaries:
EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2018: BACKGROUND CHECKS FOR YOUTH PROGRAMS After each legislative session, every city carefully reviews the KLC Legislative Update to make a color-coded chart denoting effecti...