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Kenton County expands emergency preparedness plans with new CodeRED system

INDEPENDENCE, Ky. (May 8, 2017) – After a regional bidding process, Kenton County has joined Boone County in the implementation of the CodeRED system, a high-speed emergency notification service provided by Emergency Communications Network. Kenton County has been provided an initial database of residential and business telephone numbers, however, all residents are encouraged to visit http://bit.ly/KCCodeRED to enroll additional contact i...

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Staff preps for bicycle/pedestrian plan; grant will pay for outreach efforts

Initial steps are being taken now for a completely new bicycle and pedestrian plan for Kenton County. Preparation and preliminary research for the upcoming study has been ongoing. The public side of the study is scheduled to begin in the coming weeks and is anticipated to take about 12 months to complete. The resulting plan will replace plans adopted in 1999 and 2001. Goals of the upcoming study include analyzing the county’s existing bic...

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In-house GIS collaboration earns Esri Special Achievement Award

Esri, the worldwide leader in GIS software and technology, announced last month that PDS’ Planning and GIS departments will be honored this summer with a 2017 Special Achievement in GIS award. PDS’ ongoing use of innovative ideas and multi-media methods to communicate stories, comprehensive planning initiatives, and site-readiness selections for economic development prompted the award. PDS will be recognized in July during the 37th ...

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Fiscal Court, PDS resolve funding issues for collocation in Covington

The PDS Management Board voted unanimously on April 27th to accept Kenton County Fiscal Court’s invitation to move its operations to the county’s new administration building in Covington. That building will soon be under construction as the county rehabilitates and adds new space to the historic Bavarian Brewery building at the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard exit from I-71/75. The board’s decision follows several meeting...

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Members, staff honor life achievements of former executive director

Bill Bowdy, the long-time executive director of the Northern Kentucky Area Planning Commission—now PDS—passed away last month at the UK Medical Center in Lexington following complications from a stroke. His large and loving family was at his side. He was 83. “It’s impossible to consider any chapter of this agency’s history without at least mentioning Bill’s involvement,” said Dennis Gordon, FAICP, Execut...

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