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City of Covington Announces Four Finalists for City Manager Position; Welcomes Candidates to Covington

COVINGTON, KY – There are four finalists for the City of Covington City Manager position. In total, the City received 37 applications, narrowing down its final round of interviews to four candidates. The finalists are: Bryan Long – Long is a third-generation public administrator with ov...

Brent Spence Bridge Construction to Impact I-75 Traffic; Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Announces Maintenance Work to Begin June 23; Work Expected to Last Approximately Two Months

COVINGTON, KY – Motorists planning to use the Brent Spence Bridge this summer need to be aware of major construction that will impact travel time across the bridge. Back-up traffic and delay are anticipated. The north-bound ramp on Fourth Street in Covington will be closed. Monday, June 19, th...

Covington Recreation Division Seeks Public Feedback for Proposed Sponsorship Program

COVINGTON, KY –The City of Covington Recreation Division is currently seeking feedback regarding its proposed Sponsorship Program for events and programs taking place in Covington. While City resources have become increasingly limited over the past several years, the interest and capacity for ...

Covington Recreation Division Awarded $10,000 Grant to Help Implement Local Green Stormwater Infrastructure Project

  COVINGTON, KY – On Tuesday evening, the Board of Commissioners authorized a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the National Recreation & Park Association, accepting a $10,000 Community Engagement Grant. Selected by the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) and Southwes...

Board of Commissioners Issues Joint Statement Regarding Independent Investigation

COVINGTON, KY – This is a joint statement from the Covington Board of Commissioners: The Covington Board of Commissioners was recently made aware of the alleged improper use of government resources that may be the result of longstanding practices. We anticipate that a thorough investigati...

City of Covington Executes Working Agreement with the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) AFL-CIO, Local 237 Union

COVINGTON, KY – Mayor Joseph U. Meyer, Interim City Manager Loren Wolff and AFSCME Union members officially executed the signing of the AFSCME working agreement today, Thursday, June 15, 2017. AFSCME members present at the signing included President Charlie McCain, Dawn Bayless, Lonnie Johnson...

Board of Commissioners Approves Economic Development Incentive Agreement with The Catalytic Fund & Orleans Development Company; Welcomes Additional Urban Living Options

  COVINGTON, KY – Another historic structure will be rehabilitated at a key location in Covington. The Bradford Building, located at the corner of Fourth Street and Scott Boulevard, will be transformed from an empty, neglected dilapidated structure into living and commercial space. On Tue...

City Seeks Public Feedback Regarding Recommended 501 Main Parking Mitigation Plan

COVINGTON, KY –The City of Covington is seeking public feedback regarding its recommended 501 Main Parking Mitigation Plan. Feedback for the Board of Commissioners to consider will be solicited until June 19.  The Board of Commissioners will formally adopt a mitigation plan at the Legisla...
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The City Kicks Off Pool Opening Day with Celebration Event; Expands Summer Pool Programming

COVINGTON, KY –The City of Covington Parks, Recreation & Facilities Department kicks off the 2017 pool season with an opening day celebration on Saturday, June 10, 2017. The celebration will take place from noon to 6 p.m. at each of the pool and waterpark locations. Covington pools are loc...

Kenton County Hosts Final Open House for Pre-Design Process for New County Administration Building

Kenton County is hosting an Open House to gather feedback during the final step of the pre-design decision process for the new administration building. The Open House will be held on Wednesday, June 21, at Covington Latin from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. The County is encouraging the public to provide feedback...
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