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Gov. Beshear signs pension relief bills

Covington’s employer contribution rates toward the pensions of its public employees have been increasing 12 percent year over year due to a state mandate. Sen. McDaniel’s ‘freeze’ saves Covington taxpayers $1MM   COVINGTON, Ky. - Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear recently signed into law two pieces of legislation that will throw the City of Covington a $1 million lifeline in...

Board of Commission Meeting Minutes 04-14-20

Board of Commission Meeting Minutes 04-14-20

Reading for $$$: Mayor's challenge extended

COVINGTON, Ky. -- Here’s a cash incentive to encourage your youngest students to read and do reading-related games and exercises on the Read Ready Covington app while they're stuck at home.   Covington Mayor Joe Meyer has extended the ongoing Mayor's Reading (and Reward) Challenge - aka the 2020 Read Across Covington Challenge - until April 15.   See the attached flier for details ...

City clarifies alcohol rules

Some of the beer choices from The Gruff restaurant at Second and Greenup streets. New order gives refunds for event cancelations, 2:30 a.m. licenses New order gives refunds for event cancelations, 2:30 a.m. licenses COVINGTON, Ky. - Refunds of temporary alcohol licenses and 2:30 a.m. permits are part of an executive order issued in the City of Covington to clarify rules on restaurant alco...

New Covington officer has unique background

Mayor Joe Meyer administers the Kentucky Constitution's oath of office to newly hired officer Joshua Durairaj.   COVINGTON, Ky. - The background of Covington's newest police officer combines law enforcement, military service, and religious study. Joshua Durairaj - most recently an officer with the Louisville Metro Police Department - was sworn in this morning by Mayor Joe Meyer during a short...

Board of Commission Meeting Minutes 03-24-20

Board of Commission Meeting Minutes 03-24-20

Mayor declares State of Emergency

Local order speeds City response to pandemic   COVINGTON, Ky. - Covington Mayor Joe Meyer declared a formal State of Emergency in the city of Covington this morning, a legal maneuver that speeds the City’s ability to take actions to protect the public and mitigate the impact of the spreading coronavirus pandemic.   “Extraordinary times call for extraordinary steps,” the...

Board of Commission Special Meeting Minutes 03-12-20

Board of Commission Meeting Minutes 03-12-20

Board of Commission Meeting Minutes 03-10-20

Board of Commission Meeting Minutes 03-10-20
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