Kentucky cities must adopt a new ordinance each year that sets the city’s real property tax rate.
Since 2010, Kentucky cities have grown more than three times as fast as areas outside of cities.
Budgets must be balanced by June 30, 2020, so cities will soon be forced to reduce services and cut expenditures if Congress does not act.
Nearly 113,000 Kentuckians filed for unemployment in one week as the coronavirus pandemic continues to hurt the national, state, and local economies.
KY cities could lose as much as $1 billion in tax revenues in Fiscal Year 2021, based on worst-case scenarios presented by the U.S. Treasury.
Some simple rules can keep city meetings drama-free.
The primary candidate filing deadline for some cities has changed to January 10.
Keys to Effective, Efficient City Meetings