Terri Johnson on February 8, 2024
Preparation and Planning Go a Long Way to Success
Chris Johnson on February 1, 2024
The KLC Municipal Law Department discusses city fraternization policies and the very real liability concerns that romance in the workplace can pose.
Terri Johnson on January 16, 2024
Grants Can Help Cities Clean Up
Chris Johnson on December 21, 2023
As we flip the calendar to 2024, here are a few areas where your human resources professional may want to take action in January so that the New Year begins smoothly.
Terri Johnson on October 31, 2023
Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) takes some of the fear and hesitation out of starting conversations about mental health and substance use problems.
Chris Johnson on October 23, 2023
Now is a great time to reflect on how thankful you are for your city's outstanding employees.
Terri Johnson on July 13, 2023
What City Officials Need to Know about the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline
Michael Simon on May 30, 2023
Kentucky statutes and federal regulations enforced by agencies within the DOL require that employers post certain posters or notices in a conspicuous area.
Megan Griffith on June 29, 2023
The 2023 legislative session brought changes to how cities procure, and dispose of, city property.
Chris Johnson on May 30, 2023
Warm weather is here, and school is almost out. The need for good employees in our city remains high, and our members are looking to hire teenage workers for the summer.
Morgain Patterson on May 8, 2023
Public meetings conducted by video teleconference do not require significant expense for most cities.
Terri Johnson on May 4, 2023
Communities are Taking Steps to Dim Light Pollution
Terri Johnson on April 10, 2023
The American flag is a “living symbol” of our nation. Its care and handling are part of honoring our country’s past, present, and future.
Terri Johnson on March 16, 2023
Celebrating Trees in Kentucky Cities
Terri Johnson on February 8, 2023
One job platform stands out when recruiting young people.
Terri Johnson on December 20, 2022
The “Cities Helping Cities” philosophy helps communities when they need it most.
The Kentucky League of Cities serves as the united voice of cities by supporting community innovation, effective leadership and quality governance.