Clay County has seven special districts that are in what state Auditor Adam Edelen calls a “Ghost Government.”
Edelen released a report last week that lists more than 1,200 special districts, that are mostly unelected entities such as libraries, sanitation districts and public health departments that have the ability to fee and tax but operate with little oversight and accountability.
On Friday, November 16, the staff of the Federal Correctional Institution (FCI) Manchester welcomed approximately 150 guests to join them at the Staff Training Center to celebrate their 20 -Year Anniversary.
The U. S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati has scheduled oral arguments in the appeals of the “Clay 8” on Friday, January 25.
Angela Rice, DO, joined Manchester Memorial Hospital’s Family Medical Care clinic on November 5.
Dr. Rice was born and raised in Clay County, and made the decision to come back to Manchester in order to focus more on her family and her work as a physician.
Editor’s Note: Last week’s edition of The Manchester Enterprise contained the findings of two out of five committees on the possible reconfiguration of Clay County Schools. Those committees analyzed facilities and extra curricular activities.
Following are the reports of the other three committees. The areas they examined are: Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment; School Population: Transportation and District Boundaries; and, Budget.
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