– PUBLIC NOTICE
There will be a public hearing before Meade County Fiscal Court on Tuesday, June 9, 2020, at 6:30 p.m. at the Meade County Courthouse, Courtroom, 516 Hillcrest Drive, Brandenburg, Kentucky 40108, regarding the following:
Alteration of the County Road known as “Ronnie Greenwell Commerce Road” from 1.46 miles in length to 0.1 miles in length from Kentucky Highway 933 (Olin Road)
Due to Covid-19 restrictions, we will be accepting written comments by mail to Meade County Judge-Executive, 516 Hillcrest Drive, Suite 10, Brandenburg, Kentucky 40108, by fax to (270) 422-3262, or by email to email@example.com. All interested persons wishing to come to the meeting must comply with minimum state regulations of the 6 foot social distancing and must wear a mask. Please ensure comments are received by close of business June 8, 2020. The hearing will be live-streamed at www.wvih.com.
The Meade County Fiscal Court will hold it’s regularly scheduled meeting on May 12th, 2020. In keeping with the current restrictions on community gathering, this meeting will not be open to the public. Interested citizens can view the meeting live on this website or on WVIH.com. Meade County Fiscal Court and Judge Gerry Lynn would like to express their deep appreciation for your ongoing support, patience, and trust as we navigate these unprecedented waters.
Dear Meade County Community,
Meade County Fiscal Court and Judge Gerry Lynn would like to express their deep appreciation for your ongoing support, patience, and trust as we navigate these unprecedented waters.
As communities throughout the world respond to COVID-19 (coronavirus), we know that this time presents unique challenges for individuals and businesses. Above is a link to COVID-19 information and resources to help you navigate this difficult time for your family, employees and customers. For additional information and guidance on COVID-19, please monitor the World Health Organization website.
Meade County Judge Executive, Gerry Lynn, along with several other community leaders, held a press conference on Monday, March 16 regarding the community response to COVID-19.
Please view the video below.
For additional Information please contact the COVID-19 hotline at 1-800-722-5725
Why It Matters
Hospitals. Fire departments. Schools. Even roads and highways. The census can shape many different aspects of your community. Each year, the results help determine how more than $675 billion in federal funding is distributed to states and communities.
By April 2020, households will receive an invitation to participate in the census. You’ll then have three options to respond: online, by phone, or by mail. We’ll mark Census Day on April 1, 2020, with events across the country. This is a key date for the 2020 count: When completing the census, you’ll note where you are living on April 1.