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KSP NEWS RELEASE
Subject – Missing Person Gerald L. Boyles
Advisory for: Monday, September 16, 2013
( Ashland, KY) -- The Kentucky State Police in Ashland is seeking the public’s assistance in locating a missing person from Greenup County.
Gerald L. Boyles is currently entered as a missing person and is actively being searched for. At this time his location is unknown.
The Kentucky State Police is asking the public to review any and all security/surveillance video and any game/trail cameras that may be mounted in the area in an attempt to assist with obtaining a possible location for Mr. Boyles.
The Kentucky State Police is asking the public for any information related to this case or the location of Boyles. Callers may remain anonymous and can call the Kentucky State Police at 1-800-222-5555 or 1-606-928-6421.
Contact: TFC Michael Murriell
Public Affairs Officer
1. Opening Prayer
2. Pledge of Allegiance
3. Call Meeting to Order
4. Approve minutes of the August 19th, 2013 Special Meeting
5. Approve Treasurer’s Request
6. Approve Bills
7. Approve Treasurer’s Report
8. Approve 2nd Reading of Budget Amendment #1
9. Approve the agreement between the Lawrence County Fiscal Court & Kentucky Transportation Cabinet covering the utility relocation
10. Accept Sheriff’s 2012 Tax Settlement (Pending Audit)
11. Approve payment for Tax Settlement preparation – (Sheryl Burchett)
12. Accept Conservation District FY 12-13 Financial Report
13. Accept Special Districts Tax Rates
14. Set County Tax Rates (Real Estate, Tangible and Documented Water Craft/Aircraft)
15. Set Tax Rates on Motor Vehicle and Watercraft
16. Authorize PVA not to print any tax bill < $10.00
17. Appoint member to the Board of Ethics
18. Appoint member to the Northeast Community Action Agency Board
19. Approve suggestion by Insurance Board to change Insurance Agent
20. Economic Development Presentation
21. Public Comments
Blaine Fire Department badly damaged by fire, 5 alarm fire brings in area help
BLAINE, Ky. -- Lawrence County DES director Harold Slone had a long night and early morning today. He was on the job dealing with a fire that nearly burned down the Blaine Fire Dept., which is near the "city building".
The fire was reported this AM by WSAZ-TV with very sketch details. Slone wasn't much different. He issued a short statement this morning.
"At approx 6:13 am 911 received a report of a fire at the Blaine fire department on 201 N in Blaine. Fire departments from other areas of the county as well as surrounding counties responded to assist. The department received major damage and the cause is under investigation," Slone's message said.
There is no information available concerning the cause of the fire, but look for UPDATES and we will add it when it comes in. Slone has the incident under investigation as do other state agencies..