There will be a Planning and Zoning Board of Adjustments meeting held this Wednesday, May 2 at 5:30pm in the Richmond City Hall Conference Room. This is a public hearing all are welcome to attend.
1. Call Meeting to Order
2. Roll Call
3. Approval of April 4, 2012 Minutes
4. Request for a Conditional Use for a Child Care Facility for Randy Ballard; Property Located at 831 Eastern Bypass Ste 1 ; Zoned B-4
5. Request for a Conditional Use for Home Occupation for Pamela Arvin; Property Located at 124 Oakland Avenue; Zone R1-C
6. Other Business
May is Fitness Month & Berea Parks & Recreation is celebrating with their Group Fitness Classes at Russel Acton Folk Center.
Classes are Monday – Thursday evenings at 5:45pm! They’ve got Step & Strength, Zumba, Cardio Body Pump, Turbo Melt or Indoor Cycling! Call Berea Parks & Recreation for more details 986-9402.
Wacky Wednesday Walking Club! Join Berea Parks and Recreation for an indoor walking club adventure every Wednesday during the months of May and June from 1:30pm – 2:30pm at Russel Acton Folk Center!
Free and open to the public; there will be weekly tips and incentives along the way! Come for a short time or the full hour; the more you’re there walking the more your minutes add up! Hope to see you there!
Any questions contact Berea Parks and Recreation at 986-9402.
Morris Dwane White
Morris Dwane White age 42 of Stanford, passed away Friday April 27, 2012 of injuries sustained in an accident.
Dwane was born in Richmond, Kentucky to Morris G. White and Wanda Abrams Renner. He was employed with Central Seal in Danville, former owner of Tren Tire Center in Stanford and was a retired U.S. Army veteran. Dwane graduated from Madison Central High School in 1988 and went on to study at Eastern Kentucky University for 4 years.
He is survived by his wife Kelli J. White, two children Kash Rylan and Kinslee Paige White, his mother and step father Thomas and Wanda Renner, his Continue reading Obituaries April 22 to April 29, 2012
Joshua Nelson, and Jacob Nelson
RICHMOND — Joshua Allen Nelson, 28, and Jacob Michael Nelson, father and son, died Friday morning, April 20, 2012, of injuries sustained in an automobile accident.
Joshua is survived by his wife: Taylor Shae Nelson; two children, Caleb Allen Nelson and Jonah David Nelson; his father, Ted Nelson Jr., (Ann Voris) of Harrodsburg; his mother and stepfather, Judith Colvin Tuttle and Mike Tuttle of Lexington; grandmother and step-grandfather, Judith Allen McCreary and Robert McCreary of Lexington; two brothers, Roger Brian White of Lexington and John Wayne White II of Prestonsburg; five sisters, Elizabeth Nelson Petit of Lebanon, Maine; Melissa Nelson Samons of Continue reading Obituaries April 22 to April 29, 2012 (continued 2)
Mary Ester Willis
Mary Ester Willis, age 91, the widow of Edgar Willis, died Sunday April 22, 2012 at her home in Berea. She was born in Estill County to the late Bill and Florence Cain Pearson. Mrs. Willis was a housewife and a member of the Cupps Chapel Holiness Church.
Mrs. Willis is survived by: her children, William Robert Willis of Richmond, Charles E. (Faye) Willis of Berea, Devada (Larry) Watson of Berea, Ronald (Kathy) Willis of Richmond, Ralph (Linda) Willis of Kirksville, Thomas (Betty) Willis of Berea, Nina Faye (John) Chasteen of Paint Lick, Mary Frances (David) Hendrickson of Crab Orchard; 21 grandchildren, 25 great grandchildren, and 2 great great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by two children, Ina Lou Isaacs and Luther Lee Continue reading Obituaries April 22 to April 29, 2012 (continued 3)
The Kentucky River Foothills’ Healthy Marriage and Relationship Project presents
Financial & Relationship Peace: Foundational Skills
Hosted by: Madison County Library, Berea Branch
Mondays, April 30th-June 11th from 6-8pm.
Six-week Workshop Includes:
Dave Ramseys “Financial Peace” dealing with savings, relating with money, budgeting, collections, consumer awareness, and dangers of debt.
“Relationship Strategies” dealing with keys to good communication, commitment, dealing with stress, importance of fun, communication danger signs, and protecting together time.
Please register by contacting the Madison County Library, Berea Branch at (895)-986-7112, or by emailing Christina Cornelison at Christina@madisonlibrary.org, or by contacting Robert Lair at (859)-624-2046, ext. 350 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
These classes are offered at no cost in Clark, Madison, Estill, and Powell Counties.
It seems tattoos are graduating from the stereotype of being only for carnival workers, sailors, and bikers. Tattoos are and have been moving into the mainstream of our society. According to a USA Today survey 24% of people 18 to 50 years old sport at least one tattoo. The art of tattooing dates back to 3300 B. C., and even has biblical mention. No matter your view on the art of tattooing—it is shared by Kings and commoners, prisoners, sailors, and sweethearts.
With the number of tattoo parlors popping up all around, you could be the proud owner of a new tattoo in just a matter of a few hours. I think it is wise to mention that tattoos are much easier to get—than to get rid of. So, some food for thought on choosing the right tattoo artist, the procedure, safety, and Continue reading So You Want A Tattoo?
Murals Line Hallways With History at William Wells Brown
When children at William Wells Brown Elementary want to know more about local history, all they have to do now is look around the hallways where brightly colored murals illustrate significant people, places and events.
Visiting artist Alfredo Escobar of Berea guided students in creating scenes about the school’s 19th-century abolitionist namesake, early African-American jockey Isaac Murphy and the racing history of Lexington’s East End.
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Escobar also taught mini lessons to every class using the theme “Our Community Heritage,” which emphasized how each youngster fits in. For Continue reading Berea Artist Guides Students Into Creating Mural
US 25 WIDENING DETENTION BASIN
Sealed Bids will be received by the City of Richmond for the US 25 Widening Detention Basin. The scope of work includes earthwork, dam and spillway construction, erosion control, the installation of box culvert, storm sewers and appurtenances, and seeding and strawing as shown on the Construction Plans. The site is located behind Clark Moore Middle School, north of Savannah Drive, and South of Bay Colony Subdivision.
A Mandatory Pre-Bid Conference will be held at 1:30 p.m. prevailing local time on Monday April 30, 2012 at Richmond City Hall, 239 West Main Street, Richmond, Kentucky.
Specifications and other Contract Documents may be examined at the Continue reading Richmond Planning Zoning to Take Sealed Bids
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There will be a Planning and Zoning Business Session held this Thursday, April 26th at 5:30pm in the Richmond City Hall Commission Chambers. This is a public hearing all are welcome to attend. The agenda is as follows:
RICHMOND PLANNING & ZONING BUSINESS SESSION AGENDA
April 26, 2012 5:30 P.M.
CITY HALL COMMISSION CHAMBERS
1. Call Meeting to Order
2. Roll Call
3. April 4, 2012 Special Called Business Session Minutes
4. April 17, 2012 Business Work Session Minutes
5. Zoning Map Amendment for DLC Investments, LLC; Property Located Continue reading Richmond Planning and Zoning Meeting