Newsletter Archive

November 2017
- Five cities want to update their Direction 2030 future land use maps
- Maintaining master address database is critical, frustrating work
- Work progresses on Kenton County’s bicycle/pedestrian plan
- NKYmapLAB product highlights Latonia ‘complete street’ proposal
- GIS staff takes on keeping RoW management data up to date
- … for whatever it’s worth…

October 2017
- Planning Commission sends new sign regulations to elected officials
- Fiscal Court okays citizen-led zoning amendments for South Kenton
- Code enforcement rental inspections get going in Elsmere
- Latonia Lakes’ residents celebrate milestone in their community’s revitalization
- State working toward effective date for new Kentucky Building Code
- … for whatever it’s worth…

September 2017
- Construction underway for county’s first ‘rural subdivision’
- Staff responds to requests for research on ‘short term rentals’
- Board authorizes going electronic with plan reviews
- Code enforcement staff well on its way to total certification
- Two staffers elected to posts at the state and national levels
- … for whatever it’s worth…

August 2017
- Plans moving forward for relocation to new county building
- GIS partners pursue visioning session, establish new priorities
- Consultants assist officials, staff in review of zoning ordinances
- Annual Esri conference provides opportunities for staff to shine
- Planning director picked for 2018 Leadership Northern Kentucky
- New objectives, contracts kick off One Stop Shop Program 2.0
- … for whatever it’s worth…

July 2017
- Annual work program, budget chart new course for FY2018
- GIS story map provides focus for state legislative hearing
- Staff completes review of new street construction standards
- Planners begin public outreach for new bicycle/pedestrian plan
- Building inspectors end fiscal year 2017 on a very busy note
- … for whatever it’s worth…

June 2017
- Z21; it’s all about bringing zoning codes into the 21st Century
- Kenton County’s new CodeRED™ program built atop GIS data
- Summer interns and co-op students help get the work done
- New subdivisions springing up in “built-out” communities
- GIS data being merged with Minecraft—yes THAT Minecraft
- … for whatever it’s worth…

May 2017
- Small area study, cell tower regulations take top state honors
- Staff assumes role with county economic development group
- GIS staffer recognized for design work in national competition
- Geotechnical requirements providing guidance for new streets
- Building Safety month focuses on benefits of building codes
- … for whatever it’s worth…

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