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Every year, Kentucky Municipal Clerks Association (KMCA) recognizes an outstanding Kentucky clerk as KMCA Clerk of the Year.
Although we can not be together in person for the City Officials Academy in January, we can come together virtually.
At the request of the Kentucky League of Cities, the Kentucky Office of Attorney General confirmed KLC’s guidance that city officials may take the oath of office virtually.
If you would like to be considered for a position on this board, please contact Eleanor Barbour no later than Monday, December 14, 2020.
This is the second edition of the Kentucky League of Cities Municipal Law Department's compendium of current effective statutes and regulations governing alcohol.
Public Protection Cabinet Extends Alcohol Licensing Deadline to December 31 for All Licensees
KLC has created a new online forum for elected city officials to discuss challenges and share ideas.
In memory and honor of Mayor Deatherage's service and commitment to learning, her family has established this scholarship to assist Kentucky mayors.
Check out the Urban Institute's unique search data tool to help determine where the need is greatest.
KLC will keep members updated as more information becomes available.