Louisa City Council Regular Meeting
February 12, 2013--7:00 PM
Louisa City Hall
1. Call to order.2. Pledge of allegiance and prayer.3. Approve minutes for 01-08-13.4. Lycom Franchise Renewal.5. Discuss water rates.6. Parking Ordinance. 7. Louisa Police Department.8. Louisa Fire Department.9. Louisa Water and Sewer Departments.10. Louisa Street and Sanitation Departments.11. Discuss additional raises for city employees. 12. Audience Comments.13. Executive session.14. Adjourn.
Lawrence County District Court Report...
District Court docket February 5, 2013
Valarie Akers was arraigned for charges of third degree terroristic threatening.William Benson pleaded not guilty on charges of speeding 25 mph over limit, failure to produce insurance card and expired registration. Next court date scheduled for March 6.David Lee Bowen failed to appear on charges of no registration, expired registration plates, booster seat violations and no insurance.Larry Brewer was issued a bench warrant when he was not present to answer charges of theft by unlawful taking/auto. Brian Chapman pleaded not guilty to charges of theft by unlawful taking/livestock. His next court date is set for March 20.Natasha Copley pleaded guilty on charges of no operators license, failure to wear seatbelts and reckless driving. She received a total of $225 in fines plus costs.Austin Fields pleaded guilty on a charge of speeding 21 mph over limit. He must attend driving classes and pay court costs.Scott Gillespie was not present and is scheduled to be back in court April 17 on a charge of abatement of nuisances.Morgan Hager failed to appear on charges of speeding 10 mph over limit and no insurance.Cassandra Jarrell pleaded guilty on defective equipment and was fined $25 plus costs.Ronald Kimberlin pleaded guilty to speeding 9 mph over limit and fined $18 plus costs.Chaswade Lee Moran pleaded guilty for speeding 26 mph over limit and was fined $75 plus costs.James Shannon pleaded guilty on two charges of illegal pursuit of deer/wild turkey and fined $100 plus costs.Jeremiah Sibert pleaded guilty to speeding 21 mph over limit and fined $42 plus costs.Kevin Thomas pleaded guilty to speeding 9 mph over limit and fined $18 plus costs.
District court docket February 6, 2013
Teddy Adkins was in court for a pretrial conference where he pleaded guilty on charges of operating on suspended license and failure to notify address change to Department of Transportation. He was fined $100 plus costs. Adkins is currently serving 6 months in jail on a family court matter.Billy Collins received a two year diversion with conditions of no new offenses on charges of fourth degree assault with minor injuries and disorderly conduct.Sherry Cook pleaded guilty on charges of alcohol intoxication and two charges of theft by unlawful taking. She was fined $25 and court costs for AI and a two year diversion with co dictionary to stay out of WalMart for two years.Travis Harmon pleaded guilty to charges of one headlight, no operators license, failure to use child restraint, expired registration and no insurance. He was fined a total of $250 plus costs.Travis Harmon pleaded guilty to improper signal, no operators, no insurance and no registration. He was fined $1,150 plus costs and 30 days probated for two years.Travis Harmon pleaded guilty to charges of no license and careless driving and was fined $200 plus costs and 30 days jail probated for two years.Shannon Jude pleaded guilty on a charge of receiving stolen property and was ordered to pay $1,600 restitution within 60 days to Howard Adkins and given 30 days jail that was probated for two years.Billy Maynard pleaded guilty to a charge of failure to wear seat lets and was fined $25 plus costs.Harry Nix pleaded guilty to charges of failure to wear seatbelts, suspended license and expired registration. He was fined $150 plus costs.Dennis Ransbottom was issued a bench warrant for $500 cash when he failed to appear in court on charges of failure to wear seatbelts, improper registration and failure to transfer motor vehicle.Valerie Salyers was issued a bench warrant for $500 cash when she failed to appear in court on charges of theft by deception/cold checks.Lillian Wolford pleaded guilty to charges of no registration plates, possession of alcohol beverage container in motor vehicle, no insurance, operating on suspended license, driving under the influence of alcohol and criminal littering. She was fined a total of $860 plus costs ADE referral, 90 days license suspension and 30 days jail probated for two years.Brandy Chaffin pleaded guilty to charges of improper equipment, no registration and no insurance. She was fined a total of $550 plus costs.Brandy Chaffins is ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $1,995 within 6 months and 30 days probated for two years on a charge of theft by decoding/cold checks.Jeremy Maxie pleaded guilty to charges of no registration and operating on suspended license. He was fined a total of $125 plus costs.
February 11, 2013
1. Opening Prayer2. Pledge of Allegiance3. Call Meeting to Order4. Approve Minutes of the January 11th, 2013 Meeting5. Approve Bills6. Approve Budget Amendment #37. Approve Treasurer’s Report8. Approve 1st Reading of amendment to the Nuisance Ordinance #04-0079. Approve executive order appointing members to the Fred M. Vinson Board10. Approve executive order appointing members to the Lawrence County Board of Ethics--Junior Isaac 11. Approve resolution for the Land and Water Conservation Fund Grant 12. Accept Report of Viewers and approve closure of a portion of Elmwood Dr.13. Authorize clerk to advertise for bids on Recycling Building14. Set date for special court mtg. 15. Public Comments16. Adjourn
LEGAL NOTICE OF ORDINANCE NUISANCE ORDINANCE ORDINANCE NO. 04-007AMENDED ORDINANCE NO. 13-001
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE CURRENT NUISANCE ORDINANCE TO CHANGE SECTION I – DEFINITION REGARDING HEIGHT OF FENCE
PURSANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF KRS 67.0777 (2), THE LAWRENCE COUNTY FISCAL COURT HEREBY GIVES SUMMARY NOTICE OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CURRENT ORDINANCE NO. 04-007, TO REFLECT THE HEIGHT OF A FENCE TO BE CHANGED FROM 8 FOOT TO 6 FOOT. A FULL COPY OF THE ORDINANCE IS AVAILABLE FOR INSPECTION AND COPYING AT THE LAWRENCE COUNTY JUDGE EXECUTIVE OFFICE.
THE PROPOSED ORDINANCE WAS REVIEWED AND CONSIDERED FOR THE FIRST READING PASSAGE ON FEBRUARY 11, 2013 AT 9:30AM AT THE REGULAR LAWRENCE COUNTY FISCAL COURT MEETING ON THE SECOND FLOOR OF THE LAWRENCE COUNTY COURTHOUSE, LOUISA, KENTUCKY 41230.
THE PROPOSED ORDINANCE WILL BE REVIEWED AND CONSIDERED FOR PASSAGE OF THE SECOND READING ON MARCH 18, 2013 AT 9:30AM AT THE REGULAR LAWRENCE COUNTY FISCAL COURT MEETING ON THE SECOND FLOOR OF THE LAWRENCE COUNTY COURTHOUSE, LOUISA KENTUCKY 41230.
INVITATION TO BID
The Lawrence County Fiscal Court will receive bids for the construction of a metal building for recycling purposes, located at the Lawrence County Industrial Park. For specs please contact the County Judge’s Office at 606-638-4102. Bids will be opened and awarded at the regularly scheduled meeting on MARCH 18, 2013 at 9:30am.
The County has the right to select the lowest and/or best quote that is in the best interest of the County. Bids that are in substantial compliance with the advertisement shall be considered.
Lawrence County Sheriff's arrest report
Feb. 12, 2013
The Lawrnce County Sheriff's Office made two arrests over the past week.
Among those arrested was Rodney Robertson, 35, of Fort Gay, W.Va.According to the arrest report, Robertson was arrested February 2 at HWY 2565 after a short police chase.
When deputies attempted to serve him with a warrant, Robertson took off running. After being told numerous times to stop and running a couple hundred yards, Robertson did stop and was charged with fleeing and evading on top of the warrant for $19,863 for flagrant non support.Also arrested was Tabitha McKinnon, 25, of Warfield.
McKinnon was arrested February 8 and served a bench warrant for child support violations.
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