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Entries for 2018

How are we doing?

Ongoing survey focuses on customer service   COVINGTON, Ky. - The City of Covington is seeking feedback with an ongoing Customer Satisfaction Survey that will be posted on the City’s website.   It’s short, with only a handful of questions, a numerical rating, and a place ...

Warnock ‘administrator of the year’

Covington Assistant City Manager Frank Warnock with his award COVINGTON, Ky. - Frank Warnock started going to city council and zoning board meetings in 1979 as a cub reporter for a small newspaper in the Marion County town of Lebanon. “That’s when it started,” he said. “I&rsq...

The ‘chasing arrows’ myth: Recycling passion high, know-how not so much

Under the watchful eye of City Hall colleagues awaiting their turn, Christopher Myers, left, and Kendall Huff compete in a game that tests knowledge of materials’ recyclability. Myers is Covington’s Historic Preservation & Planning Specialist; Huff is the City’s chief Systems A...

Covington swears in 3 police officers

Mayor Joe Meyer swears in new police recruits Raven Cain, Christian Blythe, and Tiffany Schuler. COVINGTON, Ky. - The Covington Police Department gained three patrol recruits today.  Christian Blythe, Raven Cain, and Tiffany Schuler were sworn in today by Mayor Joe Meyer during a ceremony ...

City’s Parks & Rec leading national discussion

National parks and recreation officials are learning about an urban ecology program Covington conducted in 2017 with students from Holmes High School that focused on water quality. COVINGTON, Ky. - When parks and recreation officials around the nation tune in for an online seminar Wednesday, their e...

Board of Commission Caucus Meeting 12-04-18

  Draft Agenda

Back taxes: City ‘no longer fooling around’

Why is Covington getting aggressive about collecting unpaid taxes? Because taxes are an investment in services, and every uncollected dollar hurts the ability of police officers, firefighters, and public works employees to help residents.  -------------------- COVINGTON, Ky. - If you owe back t...

Covington’s new preservationist Myers fascinated with historic buildings

Covington’s new historic preservation & planning specialist, Christopher Myers, was out in the City recently, inspecting a deteriorated building on Greenup Street. COVINGTON, Ky. - The first time Christopher Myers visited Covington, he was so enthralled by the City’s historic buildin...

Dark beer, donuts & locally crafted goods

COVINGTON, Ky. - There’s a Christmas theme to just about everything going on in #LoveTheCov this weekend, but that doesn’t mean the calendar is homogeneous.   There’s an outdoor bazaar, a block party focused on unique brews, Santa reading to kids, a new donut shop, a fund-rais...

Road along Prisoners Lake to be realigned

With the top of the map facing west, the red line shows the approximate route of the realigned Prisoners Lake Drive, designed to improve safety and drainage and free up green space next to the lake.  COVINGTON, Ky. - The road that curves around and almost into Prisoners Lake in Covington’...
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