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Small Town America Civic Volunteer Award

Nominations Open Through October 15

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American Rescue Plan Resource Page

The latest guidance, allocation figures, and answers to frequently asked questions for city funds provided through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA).

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KLC Committee Seeks Board Nominations

KLC is currently accepting nominations for KLC officers (president, first vice president, and second vice president), Executive Board, and Board of Directors positions.

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Taylor Mill - New KLC Certified City of Ethics

Congratulations to the City of Taylor Mill on achieving the KLC Certified City of Ethics status.

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2021 LEAD Award for Mayors

Nominations are due August 16.

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Cell Phones in the Workplace

While cell phones have become more popular than ever, their use may have some negative effects in the workplace.

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Has Your City Passed a HB 119 Ordinance?

HB 119 provides training incentives for city officials.

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Take Advantage of City EDvantage Training

Free Member Training on Timely Topics

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Updated Publication of Open Records Guide Requires City Action

Cities must distribute an updated version of the attorney general's open records guide within 60 days of receipt.

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Attorney General Releases Updated Open Records Information

Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron filed emergency administrative regulations in June that adopt a standardized open request form for use by public agencies.

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Get to Know Our KLC Cornerstone Partners

KLC Cornerstone Partners are city-friendly companies that support programs for our members.

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2021 KLC Awards – Nominate Now!

The Kentucky League of Cities (KLC) City Official, City Employee and City Government of the Year Awards are due July 15.

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New Attorney General Guidance on Open Records/Open Meetings

The Kentucky Office of the Attorney General released new guidance that public agencies should operate as if provisions of Senate Bill 150 (2020) expire on June 28, 2021.

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Cities Offered Free Web-based Development Tool

A new project is making the web-based business retention platform Bludot available, free of charge, to Kentucky cities.

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Congress Adds Juneteenth as Federal Holiday

The federal government made June 19, “Juneteenth,” a federal holiday. Cities can designate their own holidays within their personnel policies.

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KLC’s New Community & Economic Development

KLC is the state leader in economic development for cities.

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Kentuckians Have Saved More than $100 Million with the KY Rx Card

This KLC Partner program is an easy way for cities to assist citizens with prescription costs.

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