Public Improvements

One use for federal grants: Improving sidewalks and other streetscape elements to make downtown more conducive to business investment and job creation...
Posted By Dan Hassert

Laborer III Ryan Tuemler of Covington’s Public Works Department wraps a chain around a play-set post so technician III Harold “Hector&rdqu...
Posted By Dan Hassert

Public can weigh in as Parks & Rec master plan nears completion   COVINGTON, Ky. - A proposed 10-year master plan for parks and recreation ...
Posted By Dan Hassert

Starting July 1, it will cost less for Covington residents to drop off debris at the Covington Transfer Station. City residents benefit from Rumpke&r...
Posted By Dan Hassert

The closing of the massive IRS data-processing center late last year created both a financial hit and an opportunity. Pandemic, other pressures mad...
Posted By Dan Hassert

Why do City of Covington officials emphasize the creation of jobs? Partly because payroll tax revenue provides almost half of General Fund revenue. ...
Posted By Dan Hassert

The amphitheater designed as part of the City of Covington's Riverfront Commons continues to take shape on the banks of the Ohio River, courtesy of&nb...
Posted By Dan Hassert

Volunteers plant the Mayor’s Monarch Coalition butterfly garden at Randolph Park, and … New application to help City be responsive to pr...
Posted By Dan Hassert

Some changes made, more sought ahead of Wednesday’s TANK vote   COVINGTON, Ky. - A day before the board overseeing public bus service in ...
Posted By Dan Hassert

City buys Russell Street property in Peaselburg   COVINGTON, Ky. - Covington’s Public Works Department will soon have a new home. ...
Posted By Carolann Baughman
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