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Vote now, or Nov. 3

COVINGTON, Ky. -- You can vote now in Kenton County at one of two places: the Kenton County Government Center in Covington and the Independence Senior Center (hours and addresses below). Or you can vote on Election Day, but note that your precinct location has likely changed. Click HERE to see th...

The Cov on the radar

COVINGTON, Ky. -- When Cincinnati Magazine compiled its list of the region’s “most powerful business leaders” for its second-annual Cincinnati 300 issue this year, only two elected leaders in the entire region made the Nonprofit & Government section. Covington Mayor Joe Meyer...

Leaf pickup begins Monday

Look here to see when your street is scheduled   COVINGTON, Ky. – “Every leaf speaks bliss to me, fluttering from the autumn tree,” wrote English poet Emily Bronte some 200 years ago … but then she didn’t have to rake all those falling leaves. If she had, the &ld...

Junk the junk mail

(EDITOR'S NOTE: This is another in a series of recycling tips from the City of Covington's Neighborhood Services Department, Solid Waste & Recycling Division.) COVINGTON, Ky. – Recycling is great, but prevention is better! Instead of letting junk mail and unopened magazines pile up, go t...

Get rid of your old tires for free

A similar waste tire event for Kenton County residents sponsored by the county and the Kentucky Division of Waste Management two weeks ago collected hundreds of tires. Drop-off event Saturday solves problem for Covington residents   COVINGTON, Ky. – Oh, the plight of worn-out tires. &nbs...

Skeleton staffing

The pandemic has forced many organizations and companies to work with skeleton staffing. That’s not true at the City of Covington’s Public Works Department.  Or is it?  Here, light equipment operator Joe Rump and his bone-man colleague – he who shows up during Halloween s...

Steeles & strolls

COVINGTON, Ky. – So we typically publish this on Thursday evening, but … well … it didn’t happen. The good news is that there’s all sorts of things to do in The Cov this weekend, including a one-mile fun loop through a park this afternoon, an outdoor movie, a “T...

Three agencies splitting $110K from City

John Schonauer moves a case of Chlorox wipes in the warehouse at Be Concerned.    Funds used for emergency food, personal care assistance   COVINGTON, Ky. – Three agencies with a long history of feeding the hungry and helping vulnerable populations will split $110,600 from the...

Board of Commission Caucus Meeting Agenda 10-20-20

  Draft Agenda
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