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KENTON COUNTY FISCAL COURT
Historic Kenton County Courthouse
5272 Madison Pike
 Independence, KY  41051

  AGENDA
 May 10, 2022
   5:30 P.M.

1.

Call to Order - Commissioner Beth Sewell

2.

Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance by Treasurer Roy Cox

3.

Approval of Minutes (Action Requested)

3.I.

Approval of the Minutes from the April 25, 2022, meeting.

Documents:
  1. 04-25-22.pdf
4.

Citizens Address

5.

General Business

5.I.

Presentation of Resolutions recognizing the Western Kentucky First Responders from the weather event in December of 2021.

5.II.

Presentation of a Proclamation declaring the week of May 15-21, 2022, as Public Works Week.

5.III.

Presentation of a Proclamation declaring the week of May 1-May 7, 2022, as Corrections Officer Week.

5.IV.

Presentation of a Proclamation declaring the week of May 15-May 21, 2022, as Police Week.

5.V.

Claims List dated May 6, 2022.

6.

Resolutions (Action Requested)

6.I.

Resolution No. 22-01I (Action Requested) A Resolution for the Kenton County Fiscal Court concerning Fiscal Year Budget Adjustments.

6.II.

Resolution No. 22-09 (Action Requested) A Resolution adopting and approving the execution of a County Road Aid Coop Program Contract between the Fiscal Court and the Commonwealth of Kentucky, Transportation Cabinet, Department of Rural and Municipal Aid, for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2022, as provided in the Kentucky Revised Statutes and accepting all roads and streets referred to therein as being a part of the County Road System.

6.III.

Resolution No. 22-10 (Action Requested) A Resolution of the Fiscal Court of the County of Kenton, Kentucky, acknowledging and approving the request of County Judge Executive Kris Knochelmann that he be and is hereby directed to proceed in the payment of payroll, insurances, utility bills, poll workers, postage, bond payments, CDBG grant payments, sales tax and refund payments as a standing order for FY 2022-2023.

6.IV.

Resolution No. 22-11 (Action Requested) A Resolution for the Kenton County Fiscal Court concerning shift differential pay for all hours worked from 3:00 p.m. To 7:00 a.m. at the Kenton County Detention Center.

6.V.

Resolution No. 22-12 (Action Requested) A Resolution for the Kenton County Fiscal Court approving attendance incentives of $2,000.00 per annum for all hourly full time Kenton County Detention Center employees who work 2,080 hours annually in 2023, or 1,912 hours annually if the employee is also actively serving in the military.

7.

Ordinances

7.I.

Ordinance 971.19 – Second Reading (Action Required) An Ordinance of the Kenton County Fiscal Court, Kentucky, providing for a credit of its occupational license fee for new employees as part of an economic development project by Signode Industrial Group, LLC under the Kentucky Business Investment Program (KRS 154.32-010–KRS 154.32-100).

7.II.

Ordinance 971.20 – Second Reading (Action Required) An Ordinance of the Kenton County Fiscal Court, Kentucky, providing for a credit of its occupational license fee for new employees as part of an economic development project by R.A. Jones and Co. under the Kentucky Business Investment Program (KRS 154.32-010–KRS 154.32-100).

7.III.

Ordinance 971.21 – Second Reading (Action Required) An Ordinance of the Kenton County Fiscal Court, Kentucky, providing for a credit of its occupational license fee for new employees as part of an economic development project by Regal Beloit America, Inc. DBA Regal Beloit-Power Transmission Solutions under the Kentucky Business Investment Program (KRS 154.32-010–KRS 154.32-100).

7.IV.

Ordinance 226.03 – First Reading (No Action Required) An Ordinance of the Kenton County Fiscal Court relating to the approval and adoption of the Kenton County Fiscal Court budget for the fiscal year 2022-2023.

8.

Consent Agenda (Action Requested)

8.I.

Exhibit No. 22-54 Request approval of a proposal from Thoroughbred Engineering for special inspections for the construction of the Auxiliary Building at the Kenton County Police Department.

8.II.

Exhibit No. 22-55 Request approval of a lease agreement between the Kenton County Fiscal Court and the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet for the use of office space at the Kenton County Government Center in Covington.

8.III.

Exhibit No. 22-56 Request approval of a bid from Perkins-Carmack for the construction of the Police Auxiliary Building and request authorization for the Judge/Executive to execute all necessary documents related to the project

8.IV.

Exhibit No. 22-57 Request approval of an agreement to implement a Bridge to Medications for Opioid Use Disorder program at the Kenton County Detention Center.

8.V.

Exhibit No. 22-58 Request approval of an agreement for substance abuse and addiction treatment for the Kenton County Detention Center.

8.VI.

Exhibit No. 22-59 Request approval of a vehicle lease covered by a grant for the QRT Officer for the Kenton County Police Department.

8.VII.

Exhibit No. 22-60 Request approval to surplus a 2018 Dodge Charger for the Kenton County Police Department.

8.VIII.

Exhibit No. 22-61 Request approval to purchase a replacement vehicle for the Kenton County Police Department

8.IX.

Exhibit No. 22-62 Request approval to award the Concrete bid to Boone Ready Mix for the Kenton County Public Works Department and the Kenton County Fiscal Court.

8.X.

Exhibit No. 22-63 Request approval to accept the bid from Tennis Technology for renovations of the tennis/pickle ball and basketball courts at Richardson Road Park.

9.

Executive Orders

9.I.

Executive Order 22-55 (Action Requested) An Executive Order relating to the Fiscal Court approving the re-appointment of Pat Cook to the Independence Fire District Board.

9.II.

Executive Order 22-56 (Action Requested) An Executive Order relating to the Fiscal Court approving the re-appointment of Missy Andress to the Elsmere Fire District Board.

9.III.

Executive Order 22-57 (Action Requested) An Executive Order relating to the Fiscal Court approving the retirement of Dennis Mobley as a Fleet Service Technician for the Kenton County Public Works Department.

9.IV.

Executive Order 22-58 (Action Requested) An Executive Order relating to the Fiscal Court approving the appointment of Rickey Vickers as a Fleet Services Technician for the Kenton County Public Works Department.

9.V.

Executive Order 22-59 (Action Requested) An Executive Order relating to the Fiscal Court approving the appointment of Ryan Daff as an Animal Control Officer for the Kenton County Animal Services Department.

9.VI.

Executive Order 22-60 (Action Requested) An Executive Order relating to the Fiscal Court approving the resignation of Jeremy Sheehan as a Dispatcher for the Kenton County Emergency Communications Department.

9.VII.

Executive Order 22-61 (Action Requested) An Executive Order relating to the Fiscal Court approving the resignation of Anadia Rockey as a Dispatcher for the Kenton County Emergency Communications Department

9.VIII.

Executive Order 22-62 (Action Requested) An Executive Order relating to the Fiscal Court approving the resignation of Jeri Branstutter as the Officer Manager for the Kenton County Animal Services Department.

9.IX.

Executive Order 22-63 (Action Requested) An Executive Order relating to the Fiscal Court approving the resignation of Taylor Estes as an Animal Control Officer for the Kenton County Animal Services Department.

9.X.

Executive Order 22-64 (Action Requested) An Executive Order relating to the Fiscal Court approving the termination (deceased) of Shana Holtkamp as Accounts Payable for the Kenton County Treasury Department.

9.XI.

Executive Order 22-65 (Action Requested) An Executive Order relating to the Fiscal Court approving the resignation of Jacob Salatin as a recruit for the Kenton County Police Department.

10.

Administrative Reporting

10.I.

Ashley Hawks - Emergency Communications

10.II.

Jailer Marc Fields - Detention Center

10.III.

Chief Spike Jones - Police Department

10.IV.

Steve Hensley - Emergency Management

10.V.

Roy Cox -Treasury

11.

County Attorney's Report

12.

Commissioners' Report

13.

Executive Session

13.I.

Discussion per KRS 61.810 (B) pertaining to the potential acquisition or sale of real estate.

14.

Adjournment

Text for all proposed and recently passed ordinances may be acquired by accessing the Fiscal Court web page at http://www.kentoncounty.org or by contacting the administrative offices at 859.392.1400.