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Government

  • E-911 gets one step closer to becoming reality

    The Marion County Fiscal Court on Oct. 4 voted 3-0 to approve the by-laws for the Lebanon/Marion County E-911 Advisory Committee. Magistrates John Arthur Elder III and Larry Caldwell were not present for that vote, although Elder did arrive later in the meeting.

    The by-laws specify that the committee will make recommendations to the fiscal court about the E-911 expenditures.

  • Fiscal court meets at 4 p.m. today

    The Marion County Fiscal Court is scheduled to meet in regular session at 4 p.m. Oct. 4 at the David R. Hourigan Government Building.

    Here is the agenda:

    - Minutes of the previous meeting

    - First reading of a 2012-13 budget ordinance amendment

    - Agreement with the Marion County Historical Society regarding insurance

    - E-911 Advisory Board by-laws and procedures/appointments

    - Department reports

    - Payment of bills 

  • County government briefs

    County hires finance officer

    The Marion County Fiscal Court on Sept. 15 hired Melissa Gibson to serve as the county's finance officer.

    Gibson will be replacing Theresa Wilson, who is retiring Oct. 1 as the deputy county judge/executive. The court approved changing the title of the position from deputy county judge to finance officer to better reflect the job responsibilities of the position.

    Gibson will receive $38,000 to serve as finance officer.

  • Fiscal court to meet at 4 p.m. today

    The Marion County Fiscal Court is scheduled to meet at 4 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 20, in regular session at the David R. Hourigan Building.

    The agenda for the meeting is as follows:

    - Minutes  of  the Sept. 6 meeting

    - Minutes Sept. 15 meeting

    - Recommended budget transfer(s) and job title correction(s)  in  budget

    - Consider extending maintenance/elevator service  agreement to include judicial center

    - Consider partial payment of newly acquired ambulance mechanical  expenses

  • Lebanon City Council briefs

    City council expresses support for rehiring lobbyist

    The Lebanon City Council on Sept. 8 voted unanimously to express its support for hiring Karen Lentz to lobby on the city's behalf in Frankfort.

  • County approves funds for PVA, detention center

    The Marion County Fiscal Court approved a slight increase in funds for the Marion County Property Valuation Administrator's Office during its regular monthly meeting Thursday.

    The Finance Cabinet advised the fiscal court in March that the court should pay the PVA's Office $41,284.55. Based on the updated property values, the Finance Cabinet has increased that amount to $41,784.55.

  • City council to hold public hearing, regular meeting

    The Lebanon City Council will hold a public hearing at 7 tonight, Sept. 10, prior to the regular council meeting.

    The public hearing relates to the city's tax rates for the 2012. The proposed rates per $100 in property value are 19.1 cents on real property and 19.14 on personal property.

    The agenda for the regular council meeting is as follows:

    - Delegations:

    • Presentation to retired police sergeants Elisa McHolan and Mike Luckett

    • Tom Lund regarding a contract with lobbyist Karen Lentz

  • Tourist commission meets today

    The Lebanon Tourist and Convention Commission is scheduled to meet in regular session at 3:30 p.m. today, Sept. 10, in Room 300 of the Centre Square Convention Center.

    The agenda for the meeting is as follows:

    - Reading of mission statement

    - Delegation: Don Johnson of Kentucky Baroque Trumpets

    - Minutes of previous meeting

    - Treasurer's report

    - Executive Director's report

  • Tourist commission to hold retreat Saturday

    The Lebanon Tourist and Convention Commission has scheduled a special-called meeting on Saturday, Sept. 8.

    The commission will be holding a retreat from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Room 300 of the Centre Square Convention Center. The purpose of the retreat is to discuss goals for the coming year.

  • Community Action participates in child, adult care food program