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Congratulations to Green Dot on Successful Launch

Green Dot Maysville hosted a competitive walk around the block in its first 0.5K on Saturday, June 16. Sixty individuals were registered, and despite temperatures in the 90s, dozens participated. Everyone received a participation medal, and awards were given in three categories: Biggest group – Sundog Yoga, best costumes – The Jokers, and last over…

Public Hearing & City Commission Special Meeting Thursday

Public Hearing There will be a public hearing on Municipal Road Aid and Local Government Economic Assistance prior to the Board of Commissioners meeting at 5:15 p.m., Thursday, June 7, 2018.  Call to order Public comment Close hearing Special City Commission Meeting The agenda for the Maysville Board of Commissioners special meeting follows AMENDED (10:41am…

Community & Restorative Justice Meeting Thursday

The Maysville Community & Restorative Justice meeting has been re-scheduled to 2 p.m. at Mason County Public Library. The meeting will focus on training and preliminary planning. Restorative justice is a community-based process that includes the victim and other community members in order to repair harm and rebuild relationships. It is generally used in addition…

Updated & Corrected Street Sweeper Schedule

No parking on designated streets from 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.No parking in Business District from 4:00 a.m. – 6:00 a.m. Monday East side of Plum Street, 300 block only. East side of Rosemary Clooney Street. East side of Wall Street from Third Street to McDonald Parkway. (Business District) East side of Government Street from…

Employment Opportunities: Tour Guides & Receptionist

The City is currently accepting applications for tour guides in Old Washington. These are part-time, seasonal positions with variable hours. Customer service and public speaking skills desired. The City is also accepting applications for a part-time, seasonal receptionist position for Cox Building. Please submit completed application to: City of Maysville, Attn-Human Resources, 216 Bridge St,…

Make Maysville Beautiful: New Ordinance Aimed at Cleaning Up

In an effort to make Maysville a cleaner and more beautiful place to live, Maysville City Commission is changing the way bulk trash items are collected. Ordinance No. 18-14 revises Code of Ordinances §152.04 Schedules to require residents and landlords who have furniture and/or trash that is placed for collection at times other than the…

Agenda for May Meeting of Maysville City Commission

  Maysville Board of Commissioners will meet in regular session on Thursday, 10 May 2018 at 5:15 p.m., at Maysville Municipal Building 1.      Call to order 2.      Roll call 3.      Minutes & Reports – April 12, 2018, City Commission minutes 4.      Public Comment 5.      Appointments David Maher, Fleming-Mason Airport Board, 5/31/2022 Keith Pawsatt, Maysville Mason…

Green Dot Maysville: Help Prevent Violence

Get ready for Green Dot Maysville and help prevent violence right here in our city. With your donation, however big or small, you can help raise $6,000, which will make Green Dot Maysville eligible for up to $100,000 in funds to put toward making Maysville the first Green Dot City. Green Dot is a nationally…

Women’s Crisis Center: Support for Maysville Becoming First Green Dot City!

With your donation, however big or small, you can help the Women’s Crisis Center raise $6,000, which make them eligible for up to $100,000 in funds to put toward making Maysville the first Green Dot City. Green Dot is a nationally recognized strategy focused on preventing power-based personal violence – sexual violence, partner violence, child…

Spring Cleaning in Maysville: “Keep Up the Sweep Up”

  The City of Maysville is sponsoring a city-wide cleanup Friday, May 18th through Sunday, May 20th. The City will provide dumpsters at Pelham/East 6th streets IGA parking lot Central/East 6th streets City Hall Old Main Street in Old Washington between North & South Court Streets (trash truck) Wall Street & McDonald Parkway Public Works…