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14 May 27, 2021 News Outlook Submitted by Danny “Greasy” Belcher COMMUNITY Task Force Omega of KY Inc. placed American Flag: at the graves of our Veterans at the Kendall Springs Cemetery. Pictured from left to right are Andrew Owen, Jason York, Tony Belcher, Sue Belcher, Jim Holt, Judy Holt, Danny "Greasy" Belcher, and David Petifl. At The Bath County Court House a new POW/MIA Flag was raised by, .Jim Holt, Judy Holt, Judge Ex Bobby Rogers, Danny "Greasy" Belcher, Andrew Owen, Bath Co. Coroner. Tony Belcher, and Rogie Coyle, Bath Co. Clerk, and David Petlil. Meeting cont. from pg. 1 the previous year’s audit. * Court members held second reading of the dis— tribution of Coronavirus Relief Funds to the coun-' ty’s General Fund, $43,973; 911 Fund, $51,096; and Sheriff’s Office, $49,077 * They voted pay Hart- ford Life $426.09 for life in- surance for county employ— ees for the month of April; Treasurer Cline said this expense would be included in the monthly recurring expenses in the new fiscal year. * They approved a reso- lution to receive $19,500 in funds from the state’s 80/20~ bridge program to replacea low water bridge on McVey Road. During the regular May meet- ing, they accepted bids on bridge projects for McVey " Road and Toy Road", Judge Rogers said during Thurs- day’s meeting the Toy Road project was not eligible for 80/20 funds because there SUBSCRIBE TODAY! CALL 606-674-9994 was no existing bridge there, but it would be paid for either out of county road funds or from discres tionary funds he would re- quest. Also at the previous meeting, court members approved a similar resolu- tion to receive $31,640 in 80/20 funds to replace a low-water bridge for Polks- ville Cemetery Road. * Court members tabled any action on a cable TV franchise agreement with Spectrum. County Attor- ney Kim Price explained that Spectrum is request- ing a renewal of their fran- chise with county and to in- clude an automatic renewal in ten years, but she said the automatic. renewal is prohibited under Kentucky statute. She suggested that Judge Rogers needed Our members receive: Whole Life Insurance ~ Universal Life Insurance to contact Spectrum to dis- cuss the situation. * They approved pay- ment of $18,000 to Reyn- olds Truck and Equipment for outfitting a second new truck'for the County Road Department * They approved pay- ment of $25 a day to Leah Thompson for trash pickup at Cave Run Lake, to be paid out of litter abatement funds. Judge Rogers said she works up to six days a week. * They approved pay- ment of $1750 to R. L. Cau- dill Construction to clean out three culverts under Clear Creek Road. * They approved the sale of a New Holland 5030 trac- tor for $8500 * They also approved the hiring of Dylan Ferrell as Discounts2 at more than 30,000 retailers nationwide Volunteer opportunities and family activities u Financial assistance if your home is damaged in a natural disaster WoodmenLife products include: a seasonal worker for the County Road Department for 810/ hour YOU DOVES of Gateway would like to thank all those who made Shop and Share 2021 a huge successl! Through our generous community, we raised over $6100 in non-perishable food/items as well as mon- etary and gift card donations for the shelter. Thank you to Owingsville Save-A-Lot for allowing us to set up and hosting us. Thank you .to the partners; Gov~ emor and First Lady’s Offices; General Federation of Woman’s Clubs; Kentucky’s Drug Court, Kroger, Save-A—Lot and lGA. Because of efforts by the First Lady and all those who gave time or donated items, DOVES of Gateway is better able to meet the basic needs of domestic vio- lence victims and their families. DOVES of Gateway is a non-profit domestic violence shelter that serves vic- tims in Rowan, Bath, Menifee, Morgan and Montgom- ery Counties. If you or someone you know needs help or has questions regarding domestic violence, please give us a call at 1-800-221-4361 or 606-784-6880. We would like to thank all the volunteers who took time from their busy schedule to pass out flyers and gather donations in all stores. The volunteers in OWingsville Save-A-Lot assisted us With collecting over $1500 in monetary and in-kind donations. 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