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Interested in Starting a Local Historic Preservation Board?

Is your city interested in establishing a historic preservation district? A good first step is to contact the Kentucky Heritage Council.

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What is Handshake?

The Handshake platform is where college students look for internships and jobs.

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Made In Kentucky: Who Knew?

Kentucky cities are home to some of the most unique companies in the world.

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Moving Forward - 2021 KLC Homelessness Summit: Housing and Hope

The KLC Homelessness Summit: Housing and Hope on November 9 brought together nearly 200 city officials, , housing experts and other community leaders.

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Homelessness in Kentucky Part 3: Senior Citizens

There is Not Enough Housing for Seniors

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Homelessness in Kentucky Part 1: It Starts with Home

Whether it is readily noticeable or not, homelessness impacts every community in Kentucky.

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Downtown: Part 3 – Activating Alleys

Small Spaces Provide Big Appeal

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The Buzz on Bees

There are things that people and cities can do to help our bee population.

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Downtown: Part 2 – Downtown as an Attraction

An overall tourism and economic development strategy can include a beautiful downtown.

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Downtown: Part I - A Plan for Curb Appeal

Creating a Beautiful Downtown Takes Cooperation, Creativity and Commitment

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Stress Check

How Are You and Your Employees Doing with the Stress of the Last Year?

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The Trouble with Trash

Buds are blooming, grass is greening … and trash is blowing. No city official likes to see litter in his or her city.

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Kentucky’s 24 Trail Towns Setting the Pace for Adventure Tourism

Kentucky’s Trail Town designation is an asset for any city, particularly those interested in building a draw around adventure tourism.

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A Different Way to Get Away

Are you looking forward to getting out of the house and going somewhere? After a year of living through a pandemic, people are more than eager to get out.

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