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Board of Commission Meeting Agenda 09-19-17

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Board of Commissioners Approve Five Year Business Retention Incentive for Blair Technology Group; Invests in Growth of Existing Business

COVINGTON, KY – On Tuesday, September 12, the Board of Commissioners approved a five year business retention incentive for Blair Technology Group (BTG) to fuel the company’s future growth and further invest in Covington’s existing business community. BTG is an ecommerce company that specializes in the sales and refurbishment of computing equipment. Located at 4314 Boron Drive, BT...

City Issues Seven Small Business Program Incentive Grants to New & Existing Businesses

COVINGTON, KY – On Tuesday evening, the Board of Commissioners authorized the issuance of seven rent subsidy and façade improvement incentive grants to new and existing businesses throughout Covington thanks to its Small Business Program. Throughout fiscal year 2017-2018, the City has budgeted $72,000 for the Covington Small Business Program to provide approximately 12 rent subsidy or...

Board of Commissioners Authorize Fire & Police Department Promotions

COVINGTON, KY – On Tuesday evening, the Board of Commissioners approved thirteen promotions within the Fire Department and four promotions within the Police Department. Beginning with the Police Department, Captain Pat Swift was promoted to Assistant Chief of Services.  Captain Swift has served with the Covington Police Department for over 26 years.  He has a master’s degree...

City Requests Public Feedback for 2016-17 Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report (CAPER)

On September 29, 2017, the City of Covington/Northern Kentucky HOME Consortium will submit its 2016-2017 Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report (CAPER) to the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development.  The CAPER evaluates the progress of the City in meeting the objectives outlined in its Consolidated Plan for the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) for the Cit...

City Schedules Public Hearing Regarding Proposed Zoning Map Amendment

On Tuesday, September 19 at 6 p.m., the City will conduct a public hearing regarding a proposed zoning map amendment for the Tuscany development, involving an area on the south side of Holdsbranch Road between Rust Drive and the end of Holdsbranch Road. The meeting will take place in the City Hall Commission Chambers, 20 W. Pike Street at the beginning of the Board of Commissioners Caucus Meeting.
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