Public Improvements

As Covington Mayor Joe Meyer cut the ribbon on the first of the Latonia bike racks on Thursday, the event was documented by Moonrise Doughnuts founder...
Posted By Dan Hassert

Covington this week received the last piece of the financial puzzle that will allow a long-planned $690,000 storm sewer project to move forward in Pea...
Posted By Dan Hassert

Some residents have had to toss possessions soaked by storm water and partially treated and diluted sewage that backed up into their basements. C...
Posted By Dan Hassert

High-efficiency lights were installed in Midtown Garage in mid-May. LED lights in parking garages to save $50K a year  COVINGTON, Ky. - Drive...
Posted By Dan Hassert

Cement brick mason Gene Koehl of the Covington Public Works Department cleans branches and other debris from a culvert at the end of Wright Street. &...
Posted By Dan Hassert

Cement brick mason Steve Banfield of the Covington Public Works Department cleans gravel and torn-up asphalt off the intersection of Montague and Amst...
Posted By Dan Hassert

Construction equipment was staged at Tenth and Greenup streets earlier this week in preparation for Monday’s closure.   COVINGTON, Ky. - ...
Posted By Dan Hassert

Crews with state contractor Bluegrass Paving were hard at work today on Madison Pike south of “the bend.” State making long-awaited fix...
Posted By Dan Hassert

The Suspension Bridge has been closed to vehicular traffic for almost two months.  COVINGTON, Ky. - An announcement on a repair plan that wo...
Posted By Dan Hassert

“Little Libraries” such as this one in Old Town/Mutter Gottes are among the local projects in line for funding from Covington’s new ...
Posted By Dan Hassert
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