Kentucky League of Cities partnered with Eastern Kentucky University to assist member officials and employees in enhancing their skill sets and pursuing educational goals.
The Kentucky Department of Labor released an updated Kentucky Safety and Health on the Job poster in September which must be prominently displayed in the workplace.
Five Kentucky cities have received this distinction.
Congratulations to the Lyndon on achieving the KLC Certified City of Ethics status.
The U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a ruling upholding its November 4, 2021, suspension of the OSHA ETS regarding vaccine and/or testing requirements.
A federal court temporarily stayed an OSHA emergency temporary standard that required employers with more than 100 employees to implement a vaccine or testing mandate.
A settlement by the attorney general provides cities funds to address opioid treatment and prevention. KLC will hold an informational session on accessing the funds on Nov 16.
Employees who have frequent contact with the public and contract COVID-19 are no longer presumed eligible for workers’ compensation benefits for occupational exposure to COVID
Congratulations to the City of Ashland on achieving the KLC Certified City of Ethics re-certification status.
KLC members elected Versailles Mayor Brian Traugott president, Southgate Mayor Jim Hamberg first vice president, and Auburn Mayor Mike Hughes second vice president.
The Kentucky League of Cities (KLC), Eastern Kentucky University (EKU), and Kentucky Association of Counties (KACo) signed a new partnership on Monday that gives nearly every city and county employee an opportunity to advance their education. The ...
Agenda Features Experts and Resources
Legislators responded to the request for continued flexibility during the pandemic with the passage of House Joint Resolution 1 (HJR 1).
The winners of the 2021 Leadership Enrichment and Development (LEAD) Award are Benton Mayor Rita Dotson, Middlesboro Mayor Rick Nelson, and Sparta Mayor Sidney Gullion.
The KLC Board of Directors declared September City Government Month in Kentucky, a yearly celebration of cities and KLC's free civics education program for elementary schools.
KLC is proud to recognize the 2021 City Government of the Year, Elected City Official of the Year, and City Employee of the Year.