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August 25, 2014;

KSP commish treks Grand Canyon to help raise funds for statue;

Kentucky State Police Commissioner Rodney Brewer (left) and Lt. Col. Jack Miniard trekked the Grand Canyon from rim to rim Aug. 22-24 in a 30-mile hike to honor all KSP troopers who currently serve and those who gave the ultimate sacrifice with their lives.Kentucky State Police Commissioner Rodney Brewer (left) and Lt. Col. Jack Miniard trekked the Grand Canyon from rim to rim Aug. 22-24 in a 30-mile hike to honor all KSP troopers who currently serve and those who gave the ultimate sacrifice with their lives.

 

Kentucky State Police Commissioner Rodney Brewer (left) and Lt. Col. Jack Miniard trekked the Grand Canyon from rim to rim Aug. 22-24 in a 30-mile hike to honor all KSP troopers who currently serve and those who gave the ultimate sacrifice with their lives.

The pair carried the photos of the 27 officers who sacrificed their lives in the line of duty since the agency’s inception in 1948. Brewer and Miniard used vacation time for the hike and incurred all expenses associated with the trip. No tax dollars were used to support the walk. They are asking supporters to donate $1 to “The Trooper Project” for their effort.

The project will consist of a seven-and-a-half foot bronze trooper statue to be located on the grounds of the new KSP Training Academy in Frankfort, Ky. Contributions can be made through a website (http://www.thetrooperproject.com/) or by mailing a donation to: The Trooper Project, 919 Versailles Road, Frankfort, Ky. 40601.

 

August 22, 2014;

Emergency Management Director nominated for award;

Woods up for 'Most Improved Program' in state...

By Catrina Vargo

WoodsWoodsLouisa, KY -- Lawrence County Emergency Management Director, Michael Woods, has been nominated by the Kentucky Emergency Management Association for the 2014 Most Improved Program Award.

According to the KEMA's notification letter to Woods, a member of the Associationsubmitted his name after taking notice of his contributions to Kentucky's emergency management community, along with a narrative of why Woods is deserving of the recognition.

The KEMA Board of Directors will vote on all the nominees and announce the recipient of the 2014 Most Improved Program at the Kentucky Emergency Services Conference Awards Banquet on Thursday, Sept. 4, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Louisville.

Doug Tackett, President of the Kentucky Emergency Management Association President said,  "On behalf of the entire Board of Directors, I want to congratulate you on a job well done and commend your service."

Woods said he was pleased to receive the nomination.

August 20, 2014;

Lawrence County Fiscal Court

Special Meeting

August 28, 2014

9:00 a.m.

  1. Opening Prayer
  2. Pledge of Allegiance
  3. Call Meeting to Order
  4. Set 2015 County Tax Rates (Real Estate, Tangible and Documented Water Craft/Aircraft
  5. Set 2015 Motor Vehicle & Watercraft
  6. Accept Special Districts Tax Rates
  7. Authorize PVA not to print any tax bill < $10.00
  8. Accept 2013 Sheriff tax settlement
  9. Approve payment for tax settlement preparation-(Sheryl Burchett)
  10. Adjourn

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