This session will focus on how the end an employment relationship either through disciplinary problems and termination or retirement. A KRS representative will present on pension spiking and retirement.
Apply for the All-America City Award. Letters of intent to apply are due in October 2017.
Planning & Zoning to Meet House Bill 55 Requirements educates zoning administrators, planning commissioners, board of appeals members and legislative bodies on the intricacies of the proper way to conduct zoning procedures in your community.
Municipal budgeting can be very complicated. This workshop will provide an overview of common budget and finance issues.
"Steering Our Cities Into The Future" - Register now for the 2017 Kentucky Municipal Clerks Assocation conference in Gilbertsville, Kentucky at the Kentucky Dam Villiage Lodge.
The Kentucky League of Cities recognizes the critical role city clerks play in quality governance.
Local Leaders Can Take the Pledge. A Prescription for Action - Local Leadership in Ending the Opioid Crisis
The Drug Epidemic in America is a Crisis. Read the 2016 report and recommendations for local leaders from the National League of Cities and the National Association of Counties.
On November 18, 2016, the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals overturned a lower court ruling that had invalidated a county right-to-work ordinance.Â The Hardin County ordinance, like many others enacted in Kentucky, prohibits employers from requiring membership in a labor organization as a condition of employment.
Important Information from the Kentucky Retirement Systems for Cities Regarding the Reemployment of Retired Police Officers
The Kentucky Retirement Systems has released information on the restrictions, qualifications and the required KRS forms for cities that hire or currently have hired retired sworn police officers or state troopers.
A sample ordinance incorporating the new standard of municipal sign regulation set forth in Reed v. Town of Gilbert, Arizona (135 S.Ct 2218) is now available. The sample ordinance can be downloaded and customized for your city.
Read the HR/Personnel Blog from KLC Member Legal Services and attend the training session on JUNE 1 in Lexington.
On Tuesday, November 22, 2016, a federal judge in Texas issued an injunction regarding the new overtime law that was to take effect December 1, 2016, putting on hold the FLSA overtime changes.
On February 3, 2016, the federal court for the Western District of Kentucky held that the only way for Kentucky to be a right-to-work state is through legislation passed at the state rather than local level.
The Department for Local Government (DLG) recently issued the cost of living adjustment (COLA) to set the increase in maximum mayor and legislative body member pay for 2016.
The Kentucky Supreme Court has recently clarified the constitutional requirements for DUI checkpoints. KLC Legal Staff has summarized the Commonwealth v. Cox case and the four factors that law enforcement must be aware of in setting up DUI checkpoints.
KLC has been closely monitoring the developments of drone-use regulation nationwide and would like to share a recent development with our members.
Important Update from KLC Member Legal Services. The U.S. Supreme Court has totally changed the review of city sign ordinances.
This case was just handed down on June 18 and the KLC legal team is working to craft examples that would meet the new strict scrutiny standards. With questions, call KLC Member Legal Services at 800-876-4552.
On Friday, November 7, the Kentucky Court of Appeals issued an opinion in the long-running legal battle over local franchise fees and public service company property taxes on cable and telephone companies.
How do you recover training costs when an officer leaves your employment before his/her initial contract expires? Learn the facts from KLC Member Legal Services.
On March 20, the Kentucky Supreme Court issued its opinion in Lebanon v. Goodwin regarding annexation. In a 6-1 decision, the Court upheld the annexation and provided vital guidance that supports the growth of Kentucky cities.