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10 -August 05, 2021 News Outlook By Cecil Lawson KyNewsGroup cecil@kynewsgroup.com The City of Salt Lick will be starting on a long- awaited project to clean the towns ditches and culverts. Salt Lick City Council members accepted a low bid during their regular Au- gust meeting on Tuesday evening from McKinney Contracting in Jefferson- ville to clean at least 6000 feet of ditches, a dozen cul- verts, and underneath two bridges within the city lim- Salt licll city council moves forward with ditch. culvert cleaning its, for $8300. Council members agreed to set a total budget of $15,000 for the project, with additional ditch clean- ing to be added as needed with the contractor. The other contract to submit a bid was MTM Enterprises of Morehead, with a bid of $15,400. This project, which has been discussed for sev- eral months, comes on the heels of another extensive round of flooding in the town on Thursday night and early Friday morning. The same storm dumped A Raymond Manufacturing Center N.A Inc. — Flemingsburg, KY is now hiring for a Buyer B r Descri lion SUMMARY: Responsible to coordinate activities involved in the procurement goods and services for the organization such as facility services, raw material, components, equipment, and supplies working in direct support of the senior leadership team, line operations, department managers, engineering and operations staff. Prepares bid packages and specifications, receives bids and then recommends the source for purchase of goods and services. Works out remedies for unaccept— able services, goods or materials with the quality and operational teams. POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES: - Oversees all purchasing activities for the organization. - Compose, analyze, issue and maintain purchase orders, supplier schedules and contracts for all non-production products. Ensure raw materials, components, supplies 8r MRO items are available in a timely 8r cost-effective manner to support daily production requirements across all departments. This includes any expediting of materials. Negotiates prices and contracts in collaboration with the senior leadership team and general counsel. Ensure compliance with supply chain processes, procedures and business controls. Accurate reporting and tracking of expenditures and savings. Drive and support cost savings initiatives for assigned commodities and projects by coordinating efforts between plants and suppliers where necessary. Update all changes in vendor price sheets and ensure accuracy of vendor pricing entered into the system. Work with MP&L Manager to resolve business system issues related to the Purchasing function. Identifies and develops new supplier sources in support of the Raymotion strategy, local sales, and new product development needs. Work with engineering, production control and quality control on issues dealing with suppliers, part changes, new products and quality- Creates and maintains required department records in an organized manor. Interacts with suppliers to meet company’s needs. Provides advice to the senior leadership team and represents the Company in commercial discussions with suppliers. Maintain, assess effectiveness of, and continuously improve department procedures. Identify deficiencies and institute corrective actions as required. Responsible for raw material inventory accuracy and is a member of the physical inventory team. Liaison with accounts payable on receiving and invoicing issues. Maintain all required Purchasing metrics with emphasis on Supplier scorecards. Prepare RFQ’s for new and or re-quoted parts, if applicable. Perform assigned Quality System functions as specified in ISO/T S procedures. Observe established EHS regulations, guidelines & practices. Perform other responsibilities as assigned by the MP&L Manager REQUIRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE: Bachelor’s Degree in business administration or a related field Minimum of five (5) years purchasing experience. Demonstrated professional demeanor and ethical conduct. Demonstrated ability to handle confidential information. Demonstrated strong oral and written communication skills. Demonstrated ability to organize work and set priorities to meet deadlines while working independently. Demonstrated analytical and problem-solving skills - Demonstrated computer literacy. ' NON-REQUIRED ADDITIONAL SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE: - Master degree in business administration 0 Formal training in contract law REPORTING TO THIS POSITION 0 None PHYSICAL DEMANDS: - Frequent sitting 0 Use of computer with some repetitive mouse use, keyboarding and visual demands. MEASURE OF PERFORMANCE - Accuracy of work. . Pricing and quality of product - . Ability to continually develop skills and adapt to new technologies and techniques. Annual performance appraisal and functional competencies Practices Transparency, Integrity and Credibility Technical/ Functional lob Performance Collaborative Customer and Quality Focus Innovative Initiative Learning and Development Only qualified candidates will be considered. If you meet the above requirements, please email your resume to: kathlemanmonsceatamondm COMMUNITY Pholo courtesy of Wildcol Archery Club On Saturday, July 24th, members of the Bath County Wild-,- cal Archery loom participated in lheir firsl tournament in nearly two years. Five participants ullended lhe Rowan County shoot, Ieovl ing wilh 8 individual awards. 9-I I Age Group Bowhunler Class Dylan Kielmor Isl place 9-I I Age Group Target CIoss Dylan Kielmor Isl place I2-I4 Age Group BowHunler Class Eli Bradley Isl place Brendon Roberts 2nd place I2-I4 Age Group Target Class Bradon Roberls Isl place Eli Bradley — 2nd place 15-18 Age Group BowHunler Class Jenna Copher 2nd place I5-I 8 Age Group Target Class Jenna Copher - 2nd place (J. Copher missing from learn pholo) pholo by Cecil Lawson he had opened a new bank account to deposit the first round of the town’s American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds from the federal government, in the amount of $23,000. He said, at the present times, restrictions on the use of over 5 inches of water in a line across northeast- ern Kentucky from Lewis County through Powell County, and caused untold damage to the town of Car- lisle and dozens of flooded homes in Frenchburg. Council members also agreed to consider using money from a number of CDs (certificates of de- posit) for upcoming city funds will limit what the Legal Notice In accordance with chapter 65A.080(2), KRS 424.220, of The Kentucky Revised city can do with them. Council members also agreed to take action at a Statues, the financial report and Supporting data may be inspected by the public at projeCtS» because the CDS future meeting to surplus a the Bath County Conservation District Office located at 71Miller Drive, Owingsville, have not been earmng any 0.2 acre of c1ty property for Kentucky lyetwefm‘the homspf 8:30am 2:30 pm Monday- Friday. The Bath County cant interest in the potenfial sale. Conservation District holds its regularly scheduled monthly Board meetings at 6:00 pm on the 4th Thursday of each Month at the district ofiice. Board meetings are past few years. open to public. Mayor Bill Unchester . also told counc11 members w“ M Aaron Watson, Chairman Chris Hardin, Vice Chairman Barbara Boyd, Sec./Treas. Vernon Stamper, Member Colby Wells, Member Valerie Ousley, Member Glenn Spencer, Member "Helping You Put the Pieces Together” Tm «to»me Sun»: for We} Providing Comprehensive Behavioral Health, Substance This advertisement was paid for by the Bath County Conservation District Using taxpayers money in the amount of $40. The district continues having their regular meetings at the office and via video conferencing at 71 Miller Drive Owingsville. Records maybe reviewed By appointment only when virus conditions or recom- mendations will allow. Abuse, Crisis and lntellectual/Developmental Disability Services I ’ ,4, Published in the Bath Count News-Outlook 08.05.21 Servmg: Bracken Fleming Lewzs - Mason Robertson 888-328—0470 / 606-564-4016 www.comprchendinc.org YOU ARE INVITED TO OWINGSVILLE CHURCH OF CHRIST KIDS CAMP AUGUST 7, 2021 TIME: 8:30 A.M.-1:15 P.M. (Breakfast and Lunch will be served.) Bethel Volunteer Fire Department Annual Fish Fry & Auction . . Saturday August 7, 2021 We Will have a carnival and obstacle course and fun games. AGES: 4 THROUGH ADULTS Plus, Bible classes on two traits of Christian Character: Kindness an Honesty. Serving will begin at 4 pm ‘ Fish Meal $9.00 Hot Dog Meal $5.00 Meals include: Fish or Hot Dog, Chips, Baked Beans, Cole Slaw. Dessert Drink Auction will begin at 6 pm With Eddie Purcell as Auctioneer Contact: Ike France, Chief ‘ 859-473-0968 Tonya Mattox 859—473-5165 Come out and support your local fire department! Join me for a'day of fun, food, fellow- ship, and learning to live for Jesus. Try a Twinpack Combo Try one of our lunch combos Try the new Reese’s Extreme Blizzard of the Month and don’t forget the Nestle Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookie Blizzard Don’t forget to get you a COOL , LARGE DRINK in our LARGE $1.00 Styrofoam Cup At Owingsville and both Morehead locations NOW HIRING Open interviews daily after 2:00 pm Hiring on the spot Need help at your business? Place your help wanted ad in our help wanted section. The section will be ran once a month. Email petrea@kynewsgroup.com to place your ad in the monthly help wanted section. or call 859473-2137.