Congratulations to the City of Ashland - now a Certified City of Ethics!

Congratulations to the Ashland, our latest Certified City of Ethics!

Certified City of Ethics - Ashland


Pictured with the City of Ethics Certification are several city officials, ethics commission members and city staff:  
Michelle Veach, Tony Grubb, Deputy Chief Greg Ray, Ryan Eastwood, Randy Carpenter, Sean Murray, Chris Pullem, City Commissioner Marty Gute, City Manager Michael Graese, Mayor Steve Gilmore, Sean Borst, City Commissioner Matt Perkins, Leiutenant Scott Sexton, Andrew Jones, Kandi Hale, Tom Lynch, Susan Maddix, Lisa Henson, John Vincent, Tom Burnette, Mike Adkins Major William Hensley and KLC Personnel Services Specialist Andrea Shindlebower Main. 

  What do residents and businesses look for in local government? 
  Efficiency, inclusiveness and ethical leadership.
  
Aspire to become a KLC Certified City of Ethics.

 
Download information and application.

Certification under the Kentucky League of Cities (KLC) Certified City of Ethics Program is a way to recognize cities and city officials that have adopted principles and procedures that offer guidance on ethical issues, and a mechanism to resolve complaints at the local level. In addition, this program increases public trust and confidence in city governments and their services through the training and recognition that this program promotes. 

Administered by KLC Member Legal Services, any KLC member city may apply for this multi-faceted certification program.  

 TO EARN A "CERTIFIED CITY OF ETHICS" DESIGNATION, A CITY MUST TAKE THE FOLLOWING STEPS.
 

Learn more about the program by contacting
Andrea Shindlebower Main
Personnel Services Specialist
800.876.4552