Join KLC for one of our most popular and beneficial events for city officials. Registration is now open for essions in Lexington, January 16-18 and in Owensboro, January 23-25, 2019.
More and more often, city employees are encountering drug litter on the job. And it's not just first responders but parks and recreation, sanitation and other types of employees, as well.
Post and view municipal job listings, surplus property and surplus sales. No charge, no hassle.
New laws now govern the disclosure of body-worn camera recordings.
Employers are responsible for changing their payroll system to account for the new withholding amount that is retroactive for the year.
The 2018 edition of the Wage and Salary Survey of Kentucky Cities report is the most complete salary analysis of city positions in the state. This resource provides over 100 tables on salary and benefits data, including nearly 5,000 calculations!
KLC has filed an amicus curiae brief advocating cities' interests in protecting a meaningful user fee structure and effective 911 funding options.
The KLC City Officials Legal handbook is a crucial tool for any city official. Designed for non-attorneys, the handbook covers the basics of important issues. City officials use this book EVERY DAY!
Effective July 1, businesses will be able to use standardized forms to file with the local tax districts in which they owe taxes. Learn how your city may be affected.
HB 422, passed in the 2016 legislative session, reforms the Local Code Enforcement Board Act. Cities considering a code enforcement board will need to review requirements and update ordinances. KLC has created two model ordinances based on HB 422.
The KLC Legal Team is compiling quarterly updates of the Kentucky Attorney General Opinions, as well as Open Record and Open Meeting Opinions
This update is a great resource for your city attorney. We also encourage elected officials and city employees to take a look to learn what to do, or more often than not, what NOT to do, when it comes to open meeting and open record issues.
In light of this decision, cities can continue invocation practices that do not disparage or support a particular religion.
KLC's Research department provides useful information to members on topics of importance to cities.