Ashland Central Fire Station Training Room
1021 Carter Ave.
Ashland, KY 41101
The Kentucky League of Cities is offering one of our most requested and highest-rated community planning seminars. "Planning & Zoning to Meet HB 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.
David Pike, Attorney and Managing Owner, Pike Legal Group, PLLC
Shawn Moore, Executive Director, CZI, CFM, Mercer County Joint Planning Commission
Who should attend? Planning and zoning administrators and staff, commissioners, local elected officials, board of adjustment members, city attorneys, city planners, city administrators, and city legislative body members.
Credit: 8 hours of HB 55 credit, City Officials Training Center credit and/or Training Incentive Program (House Bill 119) credit.
A boxed lunch will be provided.
KLC Member: $69
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