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Human Rights Commission Agenda

The City of Maysville Commission on Human Rights will hold its regular October meeting this evening, Oct. 17, 2019, at 5:15 p.m. in the commission chamber at city hall. On the agenda is: Call to order Roll call Indigenous Peoples Day Event recap Public Screening of Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World Discussion: Detox…

City Commission Agenda for Thursday

The City of Maysville Board of Commissioners will hold its regular October meeting at 5:15 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 10, 2019. The agenda is as follows: CALL TO ORDER Invocation Roll call CONSENT AGENDA All items approved will be done by one undebatable motion and passed unanimously. Minutes: Regular Sept. 12 & special Sept. 24,…

City of Maysville Has Job Opening for a CDL Driver

City of Maysville is currently accepting applications for a full-time CDL Driver. Must hold a current CDL, with passenger or school bus endorsement preferred. If no passenger endorsement, must be willing to obtain and drive transit bus occasionally. Dump truck experience required and will also be required to perform various general labor tasks. Includes benefits.…

2nd Street Utility Project Update

Update on Second Street Utility Project   Sidewalks:  Sidewalk patching remains on West Second Street between Sutton and Wall Streets.  We anticipate the sidewalks being completed in 10-14 days.   Paving:  All alleys between Limestone and Sutton Street have been completed.  Milling on Second Street will begin on Monday, weather permitting, starting at Government Street.…

City Commission Special Meeting Agenda

The second regular meeting of the month has been moved to Tuesday evening at 4:45 p.m., Sept. 24. The agenda is as follows: CALL TO ORDER Invocation Roll call ACTION ITEMS Appointment of Andrew Songy to Fire Department Resolution authorizing change order No. 2 for Second Street Water Line Project; 19-76 Resolution authorizing acquisition of…

Looking Beyond Recovery Month at Where Maysville Stands

September is National Recovery Month, and we congratulate the 23 million Americans who are recovering from substance abuse disorder. While celebrate those in recover, “the majority of people aged 12 or older who needed substance use treatment in the United States do not receive treatment at a specialty facility,” according to a report by the…

Commission on Human Rights to Meet Thursday, Sept. 19

The City of Maysville Commission on Human Rights will meet at 5:15 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 19, 2019 in the City Commission Chamber at City Hall. On the agenda are the following items: Call to order Roll call Minutes Picnic with Police Review Indigenous Peoples Day Recovery Month The Story of Human Rights – humanrights.com…

City Commission Meeting Agenda for Thursday, Sept. 12

Maysville Board of Commissioners will meet in regular session at 5:15 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 12, 2019 at Maysville Municipal Building. The agenda is as follows: CALL TO ORDER Invocation Roll call CONSENT AGENDA All items approved will be done by one undebatable motion and passed unanimously. Minutes: Regular August 8 & 22, 2019 Department…

Cops and Kids Picnic Sept. 5

Children and adults are invited to attend “Cops ‘N Kids Picnic,” a community involvement event sponsored by the Maysville Commission on Human Rights. “The commission is working to raise awareness of social, cultural and human rights needs in effort to bring an understanding of how our community works together,” said Mike Thomas, chairman of the…

Maysville Flood Wall Pump Bids Sought

Sealed Bids for the purchase and delivery of a floodwall pump station and all appurtenances will be received, by the City of Maysville, at the office of the Buffalo Trace Area Development District, 201 Government Street, Maysville, KY 41064, until 10:00 AM local time on September 3, 2019 at which time the Bids received will…