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605 Pike Street
Sadieville, KY 40370
P.O. Box 129
Sadieville, KY 40370
502-857-4576 Main Number
502-857-4555 FAX Number
|SADIEVILLE CLEAN-UP WEEK|
|SADIEVILLE CLEAN-UP WEEK|
|Overdose Response Training|
|KENTUCKY AMERICAN WATER|
|2016 New City Commissioners|
On December 12, 2016 City Attorney Rand Marshall administered the Oath of Office to the new City Commission.
From Left to Right: Brian Reese (Public Safety), Carol Strother (Streets & Walkways), Detta Wilson (Parks and Recreation), and Mike Mizell (Public Works).
|Town Meeting with State Representative Brian Linder on January 18th at 6:30 p.m.|
Everyone was invited to a Sadieville Town Meeting with State Representative Brian Linder on Monday, January 18th at 6:30 p.m.
|Love's Travel Stops|
|Love's Travel Stops opens in Sadieville
|Love's to donate $2,000 to local nonprofit|
|(OKLAHOMA CITY, December 10, 2015) - Love's Travel Stops ninth Kentucky location opened its doors for business today in Sadieville along Interstate 75, Exit 136.
"We are excited to open another Kentucky location in a thriving community like Sadieville," said Tom Love, founder and executive chairman of Love's Travel Stops. "We are ready to serve our customers in Scott County with the 'Clean Places, Friendly Faces' Love's is known for."
The 24-hour, 10,000 square foot facility adds approximately 40 jobs to Scott County. Customers can enjoy a Hardee's restaurant, gourmet coffee, fresh fruit, merchandise, name-brand electronics and more. Professional drivers can take advantage of seven showers, 82 truck-parking spaces and a Love's Truck Tire Care center.
Love's will donate $2,000 to Friends of Sadieville, a local nonprofit, as a part of a ribbon cutting to be held in conjunction with the Georgetown/Scott County Chamber of Commerce. The check will be presented at the new Love's at 10 a.m. on Thursday, Dec. 17. Members of the community are invited and encouraged to attend the ribbon cutting.
About Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores
Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores is headquartered in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Founded in 1964, Love's has more than 360 locations in 40 states. Love's provides professional truck drivers and motorists with 24-hour access to clean and safe places to purchase gasoline, diesel fuel, travel items, electronics, snacks and more, as well as a selection of restaurant offerings. On-site Love's Truck Tire Care centers offer roadside assistance, tire care and light mechanical services for professional truck drivers. Showers, CAT scales and other services for professional truck drivers are also available. Love's, which remains family-owned and operated, employs more than 12,000 people and is currently ranked No. 14 on Forbes Magazine's annual listing of America's Largest Private Companies. To learn more, visit www.loves.com. |
|2015 Kentucky League of Cities Executive Board and Board of Directors|
2015 - 1016 Kentucky League of Cities (KLC) Officers and Board Elected by Members
Williamsburg Mayor Roddy Harrison Leads KLC as President
Sadieville Mayor Claude Christensen - First Vice President
Richmond Mayor Jim Barnes - Second Vice President
Download a photo of the officers being sworn in during the KLC Conference.
To have other photos of individual officers or board members emailed, contact Terri Johnson.
OWENSBORO, KY - Williamsburg Mayor Roddy Harrison has been elected president of the Kentucky League of Cities (KLC) with Sadieville Mayor Claude Christensen as First Vice President and Richmond Mayor Jim Barnes as Second Vice President. The officers will serve one-year terms.
Mayor Harrison was sworn in by KLC Deputy Executive Director J.D. Chaney on Thursday, October 1, during the President's Banquet at the KLC Conference & Expo in Owensboro.
"KLC is fortunate to have an engaged and diverse Board representing cities of all sizes across the commonwealth," said Jon Steiner, KLC executive director/CEO.
Harrison moved into the president's role early when an officer vacancy occurred last year for KLC, which is a member association with more than 370 municipal members. The League provides a number of services for cities including advocacy, training, legal and other services, as well as insurance and finance programs.
"Mayor Harrison and all of our officers have already proven their willingness to actively participate on behalf of the membership," said Steiner. "Mayor Harrison has been a voice at the statehouse in Frankfort for KLC. He has a big personality and is a great ambassador for cities."
Mayor Harrison said he looks forward to the year ahead and said KLC brings cities together on important issues and challenges and said cities learn from each other.
"Let me say again how honored and privileged I feel to serve as the Kentucky League of Cities president," said Harrison. "I truly feel we belong to one of the most dedicated organizations I've ever been associated with. When we work together as one voice, big things will happen and cities will benefit."
The KLC Executive Board added three new members to its roster as well including Elizabethtown Councilmember Marty Fulkerson, Owensboro Commissioner Pamela Smith-Wright and Crestview Hills City Administrator Tim Williams.
2015 - 2016 KLC Officers and Executive Board Members
President - Mayor Roddy Harrison, City of Williamsburg
First Vice President - Mayor Claude Christensen, City of Sadieville
Second Vice President - Mayor Jim Barnes, City of Richmond
Immediate Past President - Mayor Susan Barto, City of Lyndon
KLC Executive Director/CEO - Jonathan Steiner
Mayor Steve Austin, City of Henderson
Mayor Daniel Bell, City of Taylor Mill
Mayor Chuck Charles, City of Ashland
City Attorney William Crabtree, City of Franklin
Mayor Bill Dieruf, City of Jeffersontown
Councilmember Marty Fulkerson, City of Elizabethtown
Mayor Edward Girdler, City of Somerset
Mayor David Jackson, City of Madisonville
Mayor Bill Kelley, City of Middlesboro
Mayor Teresa Rochetti-Cantrell, City of Mayfield
Commissioner Pamela Smith-Wright, City of Owensboro
Mayor Brian Traugott, City of Versailles
City Administrator Tim Williams, City of Crestview Hills
View Executive Board member contact information.
View Full 2015 - 2016 KLC Board of Directors here.
|2015 Kentucky League of Cities Awards Announced|
2015 Kentucky League of Cities Awards Announced
Elected City Official of the Year, City Employee of the Year and Three Enterprise Cities Awards
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Award Ceremony Photos
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* All award recipients are pictured with KLC Executive Director/CEO Jon Steiner (left) and KLC President and Williamsburg
Mayor Roddy Harrison (right).
Owensboro, KY - Sadieville Mayor Claude Christensen and Hopkinsville Fire Chief Freddie Montgomery, Jr., were formally recognized as Elected City Official of the Year and City Employee of the Year, respectively, during the Kentucky League of Cities (KLC) Conference & Expo in Owensboro on Friday, October 2. Both awards were determined by panels of independent judges.
Elected City Official of the Year - Sadieville Mayor Claude Christensen
The Elected City Official of the Year Award recognizes an official who demonstrates leadership and innovation.
"He has vision coupled with a sense of practicality," said KLC Executive Director/CEO, Jon Steiner.
The judges recognized Mayor Christensen's accomplishments in the areas of improving Sadieville's infrastructure and creating tourism opportunities. He has held numerous leadership positions and received several awards in recent years, particularly for economic development and environmental leadership, including recognition by Governor Steve Beshear for his community volunteerism. Nominated by his staff, the submission noted that the mayor has inspired others to run for office and commended his unique, soft-spoken leadership style. It said the mayor has given citizens pride in their community and restored trust in government.
"He's also a tremendous collaborator, across his city, state and the region," said Steiner.
The KLC Elected City Official of the Year Award was sponsored by Adams, Stepner, Woltermann & Dusing, PLLC.
City Employee of the Year - Fire Chief Freddie Montgomery, Jr. - City of Hopkinsville
The City Employee of the Year Award recognizes an exceptional city employee who performs at a distinguished level to improve his or her local government and community.
"KLC is proud to recognize Chief Montgomery as the City Employee of the Year," said KLC Executive Director/CEO Jon Steiner. "He is clearly a dedicated leader to his entire community and is a role model for public service. He is an outstanding representative of the more than 20,000 city employees across Kentucky who work behind the scenes every day in our cities."
Professionally, Chief Montgomery oversees local fire and emergency medical services (EMS). Soon after his promotion to chief in February 2014, he faced a nearly $200,000 budget deficit. Within a year, he and his staff had implemented changes to increase efficiency and eliminate the budget deficit without any staff reductions.
Chief Montgomery also implemented a department motto: "Be ready, be nice." He lives and works by those words and expects his staff to do the same. Mayor Carter Hendricks said, "Because of this, the chief and his staff are committed to customer service that is resonating throughout our community."
On the day the chief received his award, he demonstrated his dedication to the job. He had been at a meeting out of state where his plane had been cancelled the night before. He rented a van, drove to Evansville, Indiana, to get his car, went home to Hopkinsville to change into his dress uniform and pick up his wife, and made the KLC event in the nick of time.
While presiding at the awards ceremony, Richmond Mayor and KLC Second Vice President Jim Barnes said, "If there was ever a demonstration of how dedicated our city employees are, this shows it. Chief Montgomery is a great example of why we all think city employees deserve recognition, not just today but every day."
The KLC City Employee of the Year Award was sponsored by Fowler Bell PLLC.
Enterprise Cities Award - Environment and Revitalization Category
City of Ashland "Charles and Betty Russell Memorial Hiking Trail"
The City of Ashland used 40 acres of vacant land to create a public series of hiking, walking and running trails. The collaborative project was led by the city but included civic clubs, local hospitals, schools, businesses and the public in an effort to improve overall health in their community. More than $70,000 in grants and donations for trail development has been raised to date, and an endowment was established to keep the trail alive for generations to come. There was no impact on public budgets. The trails are now a path to a healthier community and a beautiful greenspace in the heart of downtown Ashland.
Enterprise Cities Award - Planning/Branding and Economic Development Category
City of Beaver Dam Amphitheater
Beaver Dam city leaders have been aggressive in recent years cleaning up blighted properties, creating the city's sports complex and recruiting investment in the city. To make their recreation complex complete, the city decided to work with the tourism commission to create a community amphitheater through a local restaurant tax. The city and its businesses are benefitting. This past May saw record restaurant receipts and hotels are interested in coming to town. The amphitheater is bringing thousands of people and tremendous opportunity to Beaver Dam and is one of the state's best new entertainment venues.
Enterprise Cities Award - Technology
City of Glasgow & Glasgow Electric Plant Board (EPB) Infotricity
Glasgow was concerned about the high rate of social media postings and how they were affecting energy costs. So, the Glasgow Electric Plant Board combined its electric power network and its municipal broadband network to produce the first Infotricity Utility. This new way to shape the load of electricity and broadband use has saved over $400,000 in the last two years for the residents of Glasgow. The Infotricity model is a purchasing network that allows the city to purchase less energy by helping citizens track and reduce their use by real-time online monitoring. The idea was a modern approach to utility service in our digital world.
The Enterprise Cities Awards were sponsored by Collins & Company, Inc.
|Saturday Training Rides|
Beginning April 30, 2016, cyclists will meet at 9:00 a.m. on Main Street in Sadieville for a monthly training ride through gorgeous northern Scott County.
The rides will be extremely challenging and are for experienced riders only. Dates for the ride are April 30th, May 21st, June 18th, July 16th, August 13th, September 24th and October 15th.
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