In continuation of his efforts to provide Kentuckians with efficient and effective government, Governor Matt Bevin issued an executive order today altering the Office of Occupations and Professions to form the Department of Professional Licensing and establishing the Kentucky Real Estate Authority. The order also modifies the structure of and reorganizes four state real estate boards, including the Real Estate Commission, the Real Estate Appraisers Board, the Board of Auctioneers and the Kentucky Board Continue reading Gov. Matt Bevin Integrates Real Estate Boards into New Authority→
The Kentucky Department for Energy Development and Independence today announced that heading into the winter heating season the state’s residential propane and residential No. 2 heating oil prices are among the lowest nationwide. Warm weather, along with steady crude oil prices are the main drivers for costs, reported by the U. S. Energy Information Continue reading KY Residential Heating Fuel Prices Among Lowest in Nation→
Gov. Matt Bevin has made the following appointments to Kentucky boards and commissions:
Thomas D. Baxter, Ken DeLane McKenney and Robert Edward Beaty have been appointed to the Board of Respiratory Care.
Thomas D. Baxter, of Melbourne, is a program director at Northern Kentucky University. Dr. Baxter shall serve for a term expiring October 31, 2019.
Ken DeLane McKenney, of Bowling Green, is the Respiratory Care Director and an associate professor at Southcentral Ky. Comm. and Tech. College. Mr. McKenney shall serve for a term expiring Continue reading Gov. Bevin Makes Appointments to Kentucky Boards and Commissions→
As part of his Red Tape Reduction Initiative, Gov. Matt Bevin today announced the reorganization of eight boards under the Department of Housing, Buildings and Construction into one united advisory committee representing all sectors of the industry.
Unemployment rates fell in 82 Kentucky counties between October 2015 and October 2016, rose in 33 and stayed the same in five counties (Breckinridge, Knott, Laurel, McLean and Powell), according to the Kentucky Office of Employment and Training, an agency of the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet.
The plow blades have been sharpened. The salt domes are full. It’s snow and ice season, and the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet’s (KYTC) maintenance crews are prepared and ready to battle the elements to keep Kentuckians moving this winter.
Sixteen Kentucky State Resort Parks will serve a Thanksgiving Day buffet on Nov. 24.
Kentucky State Parks will serve 2,000 pounds of turkey, 1,500 pounds of sweet potatoes and 750 pounds of country ham. Additionally, 4,300 pieces of fried chicken, the 1,300 pounds of roast beef and 12,000 rolls will be served along with 600 pies, including pecan and pumpkin.