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10 - February 18, 2021 News Outlook Bath County Memo- rial Library Updates Due to the Pandemic, the Library is altering our services to keep our com- munity safe: The Library is open from 9:30a—5:00p Monday through Friday. The Bookmobile and the Sharpsburg branch will be returning to ser- vice as soon as possible. Please watch our ‘web— site and Facebook pages for updates. Area St Claire HealthCare continues to offer COV- ID-19 testing just outside the St Claire Medical Pa- 1“ (rappr- . II t "l {>va v COMMUNITY community calender vilion from AM PM, Monday, Tuesday, Thurs- day, and Friday, for anyone who wants to be tested. Testing is available with- out an appointment for all individuals, even those that have already been tested. Extended hours for COVID-19 testing are available on Wednesdays from 12 PM 7 PM. Snag cont. from pg. 1 the Courts to reimburse the Fiscal Court at next month’s meeting.- Chairman Rogers also told board members that brick samples for the project were at his office for them to examine for the project Bath County Attorney Kim Price said she would provide an update on the on- going condemnation action against the Denton prop- erty on Water Street dur- ing a closed session at next month’s meeting. ,_ v The next meeting of the Project Development Board is scheduled for Monday, March 15, at 4 pm. The meeting is livestreamed on the Kentucky Courts of J us- Equipment cont. from pg. 1 for a Community Block De- velopment Grant to provide utility assistance to Bath County residents in need due to COVID-19, with $200,000 in grant funds available. This grant will be administered through Gateway Community Ac- tion Agency. ‘ ,, * Judge/Executive Rog- * Court members ap-i proved a resolution to apply, tice YouTube channel. Background The Kentucky General ‘Assembly approved $9.3 million for a new justice cen- ter in Bath County during its 2018 session as part of the Administrative Office of the Court’s facility construction budget. ’Hie local Project Devel- opment~~.Board overseeing the projeét began holding regular meetith in Febru- ary 2019. Board members include, Chairman, County Judge/ Executive Bobby Rogers; District Judge Don Blair", Circuit Judge William Lane; Circuit Court Clerk Clau- dette Faudere; local Bar Association representative, attorney Leslie Smith; and citizen member, Steve Cal- vert. County Attorney Kim ers said the Bath County Ambulance Service had received two new ambu- lances which would go into service in a couple of weeks _*' Rogers also reported that COVID—19 vaccines in the county were ongoing, with 966 receiving their first shot, and 109 receiving their second shot, and with 100 additional shots avail- able at the Bath County Health Department each -.week for the next three weeks. He said following a recent conference call Price serves in a non-voting capacity, and representa- tives from the AOC’s Facili- ties Commission also work closely with board members each month. The new justice center is expected to be built on properties located on Wa- ter Street and Main Street in ’Owingsville. Properties so far sought in the project include portions of proper- ties belonging to Betty Bai- ley, Steve Bashford, Harold Bashford, and David Jack- son. In August 2020 Bath County Fiscal Court mem- bers voted to condemn a property on Water Street belonging to Gary Denton as part of the site plan. The justice center is ex- pected to be completed in 2022 or 2023. with Gov. Andy Beshear that overall trends with the coronavirus pandemic are going down; with Kentucky at the bottom 10 percent for new cases in the Unit- ed States and 70 percent of long-term care patients who have been vaccinated. He added that Wal-Greens and Good Neighbor phar- rmacies will be offering the vaccine in‘the near future and by May 1, the vaccine supply should exceed the demand. -M& 1 ’5 Online will be having their first online sale on February 20th at 3:00 pm Sales You can find us at Facebook, M&D’s Online Deals We will provide you with all details when we go live at 3:00pm. on . Saturday. Look forw Seig there. We will be having toys, farm toys, dishes, and more