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News Outlook GatewayI Coronavnus pdate By Cecil Lawson KyNewsGroup cecil@kynewsgroup.com The number of new CO- VID-19 cases has dropped significantly over the past month as new case num- bers have dropped state- wide and as the number of vaccinated individuals have slowly grown. Gateway District Health Director Greg Brewer said the district has seen a big, decrease in the number of positive cases. -m 4 Last Friday, July 2, the state’s COVID-19 Vaccina- tion Dashboard reported that almost 2.2 million peo- ple had received at least one vaccination shot for the coronavirus, reaching the 50 percent mark for residents vaccinated. . ‘Across the United States, the Centers for Dis- ease Control reported on Eliot 24.46 pecan Total vaccination rates in surrounding counties in- clude Montgomery, 38.60 percent; Bourbon, 45.29 percent; Nicholas 40.13 percent; Fleming, 36.60 percent; Carter, 33.48 per- cent; Lewis, 23.65 percent; and Powell, 40.91 percent. Brewer said the Gateway KENTUCKY STATE POLICE MOREHEAD ACTIVITY FOR JUNE Kentucky State Police, Post 8 Morehead announc- es the final traffic and crim- inal activity report for June 2021. During June, Post personnel issued 1,512 to- tal citations. Of those cita- tions, 35 were for DUI, 427 were for Speeding, 246 for No Seat Belt and 12 were for Child Restraint. In addi- tion, there were 164 Cour- tesy Notices issued. Post 8' also investigated 32 Traffic Collisions, 686 Complaints, opened 66 Criminal Cases, and made 188 Criminal Ar- rests for the month of June. Additionally, Captain Danny Caudill, Post Com- mander of the Kentucky State Police at Morehead, announces that Troop- ers of the Morehead Post will be conducting Safety Checkpoints in addition to Moving Patrols through- out the Post 8 area during ‘ the entire month of July, as well as the remainder of the year. Motorists are urged to be cautious and obey reduced speeds through road construction ' zones. This concentrated en-. forcement effort will utilize Troopers and Detectives assigned to and working the Morehead Post area. Members of the Commer- cial Vehicle Enforcement (CVE) will also be utilized. They will focus on enforc- ing violations of Speeding, No Seat Belt, Child Re- straint, Impaired Driving Laws, and Texting While Driving, as well as other vi- olations of the Traffic Laws of Kentucky. -__ niolieisthstm (lose) 3mm: The Gateway District Health Department an- nounced on their Facebook page on June 19 that new case reports would be re- duced to weekly updates on Fridays “unless some- thing unusual appears to be going on in a county in our district” Local case new totals have, by this past week, dropped to levels not seen since the summer of 2020. Here are the most re- cently weekly county-by- county new case totals for the Gateway Health Dis- trict: July 6 that 182 million peo- ple had received at least one shot (55 percent of the total population), and 157 million people (47.5 per- cent) of the population is fully vaccinated. For the five Gateway Health District Counties, here are their vaccination rates, as of July 2: years ofzg: anioidcrhtleastone dose) 1 Health District is still en- couraging local residents to get vaccinated, and they will be partnering with Gateway Area Develop ment District next week to offer vaccinations during Operation Gateway Ken- tucky next week. Your Hometown Newspaper COMMUNITY GATEWAY sensors can-rue MENU ; JULY aces hit”): N. am. ‘1' T U I‘.‘ 8.0.94. 'Y 714 1}». Y " " '" ermw Fmalmzm Gimme Spinach th’m {32min 033mm” Rat‘s $3131.93er may .Emrzand Apphamurcae Menswear!“ Oranges 1 as Milk {flatmates Wicks main Oneness Rest! 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Trencher needs work hasn't been used in a few WHEREAS, the City Commission (“Governing Authority") of Year" the City of Frenchburg, Kentucky (“Governmental agency") has previously determined that it is in the public interest to complete planning and design work (the “Project”) to determine the necessary improvements to the Gov- ernmental Agency’s Wastewater system (the “System'); Truck and Trencher sold “As is” with no warranty. Stop by the District office to pick up bid forms. Bids due by 4:00 pm. July 26, 2021. WHEREAS, the Governmental Agency has made applicatlon to the Kentucky |nfrastructure Authority (the “Authority'l for the pourpose of Published in the Bath County News-Outlook 07.08.21 and 07.15.21 providing monies for the Project; and WHEREAS, in order to obtain such monies, the Governmental Agency is required to enter into an Assistance Aggrement (the “Assistance Aggrement") with the Authority. Salt Lick First Church of God NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS RESOLVED by the City Commis- sion of the City of Frenchburg, Kentucky, as follows: SECTION 1. That the Governing Authority hereby approved and authorizes the Assistance Aggrement between the Governmental Agency and the Authority regarding Project NumberA21—043 substantially in the form on file with the Governmental Agency to provide the necessary financing to the GovemmentaIAgency for the project (located in the former Freewi/I Baptist Church behind the Salt Lick Deposit Bank) SECTION 2. That the Mayor and City Clerk for the Gover- nemtnal Agency be and hereby are authorized, directed and empowered to execute necessary documents or agreements, and to otherwise act on behalf of the Govemmental Agency to effect such financing. SECTION 3. That this resolution shall take effect at the earlies time provided by law. "Railway VBS Monday-Friday, July 12-16 6:00-8:10 nightly ' Ages 4 and up More info: 606-683-5014 ADOPTED on July 1, 2021. GOVERNMENTAL AGENCY: CITY OF FRENCHBURG, KENTUCKY By: Edward Bryant ATTEST: By: Brandi “This advertisement was paid for by The City of Frenchburg using taxpayer dollars in the amount of 3100' Published in the Menifee County News on 07.08.21. COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY CLAUDETTE FAUDERE BATH COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK Administration has been granted by the district court of Bath County upon the following fiduciary appointments: PUBLIC NOTICE ORDINANCE relating to the Annual Budget and Appropriations. Be it ordained by the Bath County Fiscal Court, Commonwealth of Kentucky: The following budget is adopted for the Fiscal Year 2022 and the amounts stated are appropriated for the purpose indicated. Name/Address Estate of Minor: Abigail L. Wright 41 John Stan SL. Owingsville, KY 40360 Name/Address of Fiduci : Ryan Wri 41 John Stan St., Owing ' e, KY 40360 Date of Appointment: 6/22/ 21 Creditors must file claims by Attorney: Kim Hunt Price Address: PO Box 1189, Owingsville, Ky 40360 Deceased: Edward Lee McDaniel Address: 116 Bath Ave, Owingsville Ky 40360 ary: Kallie Marie McDaniel Chishko Fiduci Address: Date of Appointment: 6/29/2021 ght 8r Sercna Wright : within 6 months W General Fund GENERAL GOVERNMENT PROTECTION TO PERSONS AND PROPERTY GENERAL HEALTH AND SANITATION SOCIAL SERVICES RECREATION AND CULTURE DEBT SERVICE CAPITAL PROJECTS ADMINISTRATION 643,914.37 64,496.85 52,274.00 13,000.00 22,500.00 54,875.68 5,000.00 1,380,068.28 Total General Fund 2,236,129.18 Creditors must file claims by: within 6 months Attorney: Jesse R. Hodgson Address: 120. Box 950. Mt. Sterling, KY 40353 Deceased: Johenn Edna Pedrick Road Fund ROADS DEBT SERVICE 994,949.00 32,149.55 July 08, 2021 - 11 1998 Ditch Witch Trencher 3700 2,225 Hours Trencher has backhoe, grader blade Address: 933 W. Tunnel Hill Rd., Owingsville, Ky 40360 Fiduciary: Pamela Hofer Address: 933 W. 'Ilmnel Hill Rd., Owingsville, Ky 40360 Date of Appointment: 6/ 14/21 Creditors must file claims by: within 6 months Attorney: Hon. Earl Rogers 111 Address: 154 Flemingsburg Rd., Morehead KY 40351 Deceased: Carolyn Martin Address: 3686 East Highway 36, Owingsville, Ky 40360 Fiduciary: Thelma Manley Terry Address: 3686 East Highway 36, Owingsville,‘ Ky 40360 Date of Appointment: 6/15/21 Creditors must file claims by: within 6 months Attorney: Kim Hunt Price Address:PO Box 1189, Owingsville, Ky 40360 Deceased: June Maxine Godbey Address: 884 Mount Pleasant Rd., Owingsville Ky 40360 Fiduciary: Jonathan Godbey Address: 468 Tiberlea Lake Drive, Marietta, GA 30067 Date of Appointment: 6/15/2021 Creditors must file claims by: within 6 months Attorney: Hon. Earl Rogers III Address: 154 Flemingsburg Rd., Morehead KY 40351 Deceased: Bonnie Opal Smith Address: 2629 Pine Grove Rd., Olympia, KY 40358 ” Fiduciary Debra Barnett 8: Michael L. Smith Address: 2748 Lockhurst Rd., Lexington KY 40517 141 Bayhill Dr. Winchester, KY 40317 Date of Appointment: 6/29/ 21 Creditors must file claims by: within 6 months Attorney: Address: Deceased Frances F. Jones Address: 928 Shrout Rd., Owingsville, Ky 40360 Fiduciary: Judy McIntosh Address: 103 Robyn Dr. Winchester, KY 40391 Date of Appointment.- 6/08/21 Creditors must file claims by: within 6 months Attorney: Megan S. Milber Address: 122 New Towne Sq. Suite B Morehead, KY 40357 Deceased: Mary Louise Emig Address: 191 Kendall Springs, Owingsville, Ky 40360 Fiduciary: Christina Hunt Address: P.O. Box 472, Owingsville, Ky 40360 Date of Appointment: 6/08/21 Creditors must file claims by: within 6 months Attorney: Howard Stone Address: P.0. Box 712, Owingsville, KY 40360 s/Claudette Faudere Bath County Circuit Clerk Published in the Bath County News-Outlook on 06.03.21 x, 9000 ADMINISTRATION Total Road Fund Jail Fund PROTECTION TO PERSONS AND PROPERTY ADMINISTRATION Total Jail Fund 305,491.21 1,332,589.76 566,715.00 33,285.00 600,000.00 Waste Manage Fund 5200 9000 GENERAL HEALTH AND SANITATION ADMINISTRATION Total Waste Manage Fund 143,250.00 22,285.00 165,535.00 Occupational Tax Fund 5000 9000 5100 9000 GENERAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION Total Occupational Tax Fund 911 Fund PROTECTION TO PERSONS AND PROPERTY ADMINISTRATION Total 911 Fund 3,085.00 160,100.00 163,185.00 265,350.00 180,050.00 445,400.00 Alcohol Beverage Control Fund 5000 GENERAL GOVERNMENT 50,000.00 Total Alcohol Beverage Control Fund 50,000.00 ARPA and ——_____. 9000 ADMINISTRATION Total ARPA Fund Adopted by the Bath County Fiscal Court this the 28 day of June, 2021. 1,213,988.00 1,213,989.00 Bobby C Rogers County Judge/Executive NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY All interested persons and organizations in the County are hereby notified that a copy of the County’s adopted budget in full is available for public inspection at the office of the County Judge/Executive during normal business hours. 'lhis advertisement was paid for by Bath County Fiscal Court using tax dollars in the amount of $180 Published in the Bath County News-Outlook 07.08.21