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Clay County PRIDE

Clay County’s local PRIDE Coordinator, Tony Craft is looking for volunteers to be a part of “A Generation of Change” during PRIDE Spring Cleanup Month in April. Craft is also responsible for Animal Control and Solid Waste Management in Clay County. PRIDE Coordinators are volunteers who are appointed by mayors, judge-executives and nonprofit organizations. They work with the PRIDE staff to organize cleanup activities, recruit volunteers and track cleanup results. To learn more about Spring Cleanup activities in Clay County, please call Tony Craft at 606-681-5379 or email tonycraftac2@outlook.com.


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Emergency road aid funds

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet the Clay County Fiscal Court will receive $57,950 in County Road Aid emergency funds to be used for slip repairs on Pine Lick Road; $56,340 for Newfound Road; $25,180 for Sacker Road; $117,210 for KY 687 (mile points 12-13) and $35,000 for KY 2000 (mile points 8-9) in Clay County.


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Couch’s Resolution on EPA

The House passed Representative Tim Couch’s, R-Hyden, House Resolution 9, which calls on the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to provide regulated entities with advice and compliance assistance for the many laws and regulations it administers, and allow the opportunity to remedy any perceived violations of those regulations or laws, rather than enforcing any type of stern action. Passing the House on a vote of 80-15, House Resolution 9 will now be submitted to the EPA and each member of Kentucky’s Congressional delegation for review.


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FFA Emblem Fundraiser

Farm supply retailer Southern States Cooperative will kick off its annual FFA fundraiser on March 1 in an effort to support agricultural education. The annual “FFA Paper Emblem” campaign benefits the National FFA Organization’s local, state, and national levels to provide funding to the youth organization that prepares students for leadership roles, personal growth and career success in agriculture.


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