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lain 1A00 F1C00ilq00 13 BELOW presented--JSDA Ru- Manager Joe Frazier presented new firetruck to Owingsville D. Everman on Tuesday, Febru- e truck were made available by apment Grant of $98,200 and contribution of $32,800. The new will provide adequate fire protection for in Owingsville and some parts of line for surveys 8 if you are for offices candidates run- May Primary, if your comments included ling special section that out on April 18, the the surveys is March 8. pick up one of these Bath County News- td they must be in our March 8 deadline in published in the special ;lative Perspective Carolyn Belcher ,ssembly is in individuals and groups La!ors hopeful they can win they support. Vis- lways welcome and they meetings to ral- Capitol build- far, we have hosted large Kentuckians who sup- f The Kentucky Dia- : Kentucky His- and the museums of and the Ken- Association. Students, oilers, crowded into the end their voices an environment. marched to the ld held a rally on the steps ,singing and chanting an increase in the Thursday, 721 House filed this session and L 190 bills had passed the the Senate, 222 bills had and more than 50 bills had chamber. Thirteen bills both houses, and five lkers began the week by veral measures. House Bill that holds the dispensing fee at prescription instead of let- to $5.88 per prescrip- approved by both tubers. The bill a state study of the the Cab- Services to clarify sition costs and fees paid rural Bath County. Pictured from the left are: Mayor Clarence REster, Frazier, Former Fire Chief Gary Bealert, Everman, John Baker (who sold the truck), City Council Member Norman Crouch, Jordan Davis, Mary Linda Copher and Susan Jones, from USDA Rural Development, Lauren Hager and City Clerk Faye Davis. USDA State Director Kenneth Slone was regrettably unable to attend. (News- Outlook photo, Sunny Kramer) by third parties. The bill has been sent to the Governor for an emergen- cy signature. Two bills protecting cemeteries across the state are moving through the legislative process. House Bill 572 provides opportunities for run- down cemeteries to restore and clean up their properties through a grant program set up in the Attorney Gen- eral's Office. The bill allows people to donate to cemetery preservation by checking a box on their income tax returns. The measure also estab- lishes an annual cemetery cleanup week to coincide with Memorial Day. This is legislation recommended by the Task Force on the Preservation of Kentucky Cemeteries. It was ap- proved by the full House House Bill 521 requires owners of cemeteries to be responsible for the protection of the property from damage and dese- cration. Last week, members of the House Committee on Local Govern- ment passed it. Other bills approved by House members last week include House Bill 417, a measure that allows cities of the first class to control expansion of manufactured housing communi- ties. The bill was sent to the Senate for consideration. A compromise regarding the pro- visions of House Bill 40, the biodie- sel fuel legislation was also approved by House members last week. Biodie- sel fuel is a vegetable base blend of diesel that means federal mandate for the reduction of sulfur emissions. In addition, ft will prove to be a shot in the arm for Kentucky farmers rais- ing the vegetable base blend. The compromise allows the fuel to be phased in through 2007, allowing businesses affected by the bill to prepare for the change. One measure passing the House this week was House Bill 452, which requires those convicted of crimes in Kentucky to pay a flat fee of $ ! 00 to cover court costs, in addition to any fines that person is ordered to pay. The fee would replace a hodgepodge of current court fees, which has cre- ated confusion in the court system. Court clerks are expected to receive $9 million more per year under HB 452, which passed 53-41 and now goes to the Senate. House Concurrent Resolution 69 calls for a study on long range plan- ning for improving teacher's bene- fits. It was approved and sent to the Senate for action. Bills approved by House mem- bers include: HB 104 is a measure that allows heart and lung disease to be consid- ered a job-related illness for a fire- fighter working longer than five years. HB 166 directs the Kentucky Eco- nomic Development Finance Au- thority to give priority consideration for economic development incen- tives to counties with unemployment rates of 15 percent or greater. HB 560 allows Kentucky to rec- ognize out of state license to carry concealed deadly weapons until its expiration. 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