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Guidance for Police Donations to Ukraine

Law enforcement agencies have been asked to donate to the war effort in Ukraine. KLC wants to remind members who intend to donate of the surplus property statute.

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New Grant Service Available to KLC Members

Every KLC member city now has access to all the resources and training of GrantStation, a leading grant aggregation source.

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Code Enforcement Trainings Coming to a City Near You!

The Kentucky League of Cities is conducting regional code enforcement seminars in three locations across Kentucky in March, April, and June. KLC designed the one-day seminars to provide legal and practical training for code enforcement officers on...

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KLC Member Book Club

The KLC virtual book club will highlight books focused on Kentucky communities, programs, individuals, and other exciting topics relevant to cities and leadership.

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Ending the Pandemic State of Emergency

Regardless of when the statewide declaration of the COVID state of emergency ends, cities need to know what impact this has on their local state of emergency declaration.

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First-Ever Women in City Government Summit Coming in March

The first conference of its kind for Kentucky women in city government will be held March 16-17.

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Entry-Level CDL Regulation Update

After February 7, 2022, cities that have entry-level drivers may have to follow Entry-Level Driver Training (ELDT) regulations.

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EKU/KLC Partnership Job Fair

EKU invites KLC members to participate in a job fair on the EKU Richmond campus on March 2 from 1:00 - 3:30 p.m. EST.

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Applications Open for E911 Grants

The Kentucky 911 Services Board is taking applications for grants that help cities establish and improve E911.

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OSHA Withdraws Vaccine/Testing Mandate ETS

In a decision that effectively ends litigation on the rule, The OSHA announced that it would withdraw the ETS vaccine/testing mandate for employers with 100 or more employees.

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Mandatory Contract Provisions for ARPA Expenditures

Federal procurement regulations for expenditures using ARPA funds mandate specific contract provisions in certain circumstances.

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Supreme Court Rules on OSHA Vaccine/Testing Mandate

The Supreme Court of the United States issued a much-anticipated decision on Thursday to stay the OSHA ETS vaccine/testing mandate, which blocks enforcement of the regulation.

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2022 Employee Recognition Calendar

Say thanks to municipal employees throughout the year.

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