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Schedule Change for Trash Pick Up

Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, trash that would of been picked up on Thursday 23rd or Friday 24th, will be picked up on Monday 27th, starting at 5:00 am.   Have a safe and wonderful Thanksgiving!

City of Maysville Municipal Holiday Closings

City of Maysville Administrative Offices, Public Works, and Transit will all be closed on Thursday, November 23rd and Friday, November 24th. Thursday and Friday’s garbage routes will be picked up on Monday, November 27th.

Exact Change or Bus Pass Only on City Buses

City of Maysville Transit bus drivers will no longer be carrying any cash and will not be able to make change. Bus riders must have exact change or a bus pass. The cost per ride is 25 cents. Monthly passes may be obtained at Maysville Municipal Building, 216 Bridge Street, for $15. A monthly pass…

Collection of Mattresses and Upholstered Furniture

Used mattresses and upholstered furniture will be collected on regular trash days only if the items are wrapped in plastic. Due to the ongoing problem of bed bugs, all items with stuffing and cloth must be wrapped to protect workers. Plastic may be picked up at the Maysville Public Works Building at 1720 Martha Comer…

City Commission to Meet Thursday

Maysville Board of Commissioners will meet in regular session at 5:15 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 9, at Maysville Municipal Building. The agenda is as follows: Call to order Roll call Minutes & Reports – Oct. 12, 2017 City Commission minutes Public Works Projects Utility Commission Treasurer Finance Codes Main Street Police Fire   Public Comment Appointment:…

Volunteer Sought for Commission on Human Rights

A volunteer is being sought to serve on the Maysville Commission on Human Rights. The mission of the Maysville Commission on Human Rights is to promote unity, understanding, and equal opportunity though education, awareness, and action. The Commission on Human Rights webpage provides more information about the goals, duties, and procedures of the commission. Interested…

3rd Street Courts Get Needed Attention

The public basketball courts at the corner of Third and Wall streets are undergoing renovation. Although often used, the basketball courts have gotten little attention in recent years. Over the past few weeks, the courts have gotten new blacktop and goals, and a new fence has been installed at street level to prevent falls. City…

Job Opportunity: Economic Development Director

Economic Development Director Maysville-Mason County Industrial Development Authority, Maysville, Kentucky Qualifications, Skills, Knowledge and Abilities Applicant must be a proven leader and able to provide direction for short and long-term strategic planning; as well as have a demonstrated knowledge of economic development, business recruitment, governmental affairs and public finance.  A minimum of five years of…

Public Input Sought on Community & Restorative Justice

A series of public meetings will be held in November to inform the public and gauge interest in implementing a community and restorative justice program locally. Diana Queen will be the speaker at a series of public meeting introducing community and restorative justice. She will give a one-hour presentation and then take questions from the…

Street Sweeping Ordinance Suspended

Although signs have gone up for street sweeping route and days, the street sweeping ordinance passed in October has been administratively suspended until spring. There will be no enforcement or tickets until that time. Instead the street sweeper will run during the day and weave in and out of parked cars. Read Ledger Independent story…