1. Opening Prayer 2. Pledge of Allegiance 3. Call Meeting to Order 4. Approve minutes of the January 27th, 2014 Meeting 5. Approve 2nd reading of Budget Amendment #4 6. Approve Treasurer’s Request 7. Approve Bills 8. Approve Treasurer’s Report 9. Approve Proclamation making March American Red Cross Month 10. Approve Proclamation of the Kentucky Board of Nursing 2014 Centennial Celebration 11. Approve Randel Blevins as an additional Lawrence County Electrical Inspector 12. Rural & Secondary Road Presentation 13. Appoint member to the Lawrence County Jail Board 14. Tabled item from previous mtg: Discussion by Schooley Mitchell – Telecom Consultants 15. Tabled item from previous mtg: Discuss Constable vehicle lease/Paul Wells 16. Approve modifications to the January 2007 Constable Request (found in fiscal court book #19) 17. Authorize County Clerk to advertise for bids on lawn services for Pine Hill Cemetery 18. Declare surplus property 19. Public comments 20. Adjourn
These pictures were taken today. This is Leather Branch Road which you ran a story on February 7, 2014. Mr. Boggs is correct in that it washes out every time it rains a lot. Not fixing it correctly is just washing money down the stream. Also the bus cannot get past this point. We need this fixed!
Louisa Police Chief Greg Fugitt has received conformation that the names of three fallen officers will be added during the 26th Annual Candlelight Vigil on May 13th during National Police Week in Washington D.C. “Louisa has had four officers die or be killed during the line of duty, one officer, Russell Estep's name is already on the memorial and now the other three will be honored in the same manner.” stated Chief Fugitt. The officers who will be added are Patrolman Bert Hampton (6/28/37), Patrolman Fred Pack (5/16/46) and Chief Lazarus Arthur Vinson (10/13/30).
“Paying honor to these officers is past due and even though I only had a small part in helping this be completed, I am proud to know that the children, grandchildren or great grandchildren of these fine men can have a place to give tribute to the work they have done to protect the citizens of Louisa," Fugitt said. Now that these officers have been approved for the national memorial, they also will be added to the Kentucky Law Enforcement Memorial in Richmond Kentucky. For more information about the National Law Enforcement Memorial you can go to www.nleomf.org
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