September is National Preparedness Month, and KLC wants to remind our members of the importance of preparing for disasters and emergencies.
The Open Meetings Act establishes a right of access to public meetings.
The Family and Medical Leave Act obligates all public entities, including cities, to provide FMLA. However, not every city will have eligible employees.
Since February 7, 2022, cities have had and will continue to have a far more difficult time securing licensing for entry-level CDL drivers.
KRS 83A.070(1) requires that a city’s legislative body set the compensation of elected city officers by ordinance by the first Monday of May in the year.
With the increased use of cell phones for quick and easy communication, what happens when a public official conducts public business through a private cell phone?
Kentucky cities and counties received over $300 million from the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.
Budget season is upon us yet again and KLC Legal would like to take the opportunity to remind you of some important dates and requirements.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has updated its public health recommendations for those who have been fully vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus.
On February 10, 2021 the Center for Disease Control (CDC) issued new recommendations for those who have been fully vaccinated by the COVID-19 vaccine.
Regardless of whether your city has resumed in person meetings, continues to meet by virtual means or some mixture thereof, SB 150 provides tools for cities.
Now that things have settled down at city hall, it is time to talk about open records and open meetings.
Governor Andy Beshear issued Executive Order 2020-968 on November 18, 2020, which contains new restrictions to combat the rapid increase in COVID-19 cases.
Snow is falling and the holidays are here. KLC has received several inquiries from cities interested in what limitations they have in giving bonuses.
Attorney General Daniel Cameron filed a motion to intervene in a civil action in defense of the Claims Against Local Governments Act (CALGA).
Municipal utilities may resume service cutoffs for nonpayment effective November 6, 2020.