News briefs, September 18
Boyle County Fiscal Court — special called meeting, 4 p.m. today (Tuesday, Sept. 18) in room 106 at the courthouse. The agenda includes consideration and vote for a Danville-Boyle County Airport grant application.
Danville-Boyle County Airport Board — 6 p.m. Thursday Sept. 20, 2018 at at the airport to discuss general business.
Danville Boyle County Human Rights Commission — 6 p.m. Monday Sept. 24, at the Boyle County Courthouse, in the Fiscal Court room on the first floor. Please arrive promptly and enter by the 4th Street entrance. The Human Rights Commission is established to hear all complaints and concerns of community citizens related to violations of their human rights.
Main Street Live returns Thursday
Vinyl Richie will be the musical guest for downtown’s return of Main Street Live. The event is 6-9 p.m. Thursday in Weisiger Park, in front of the Boyle County Courthouse. The non-profit partner will be Danville Fire Department, which will be collecting money for its Christmas toy drive.
Local food and beer will be on sale.
The group, Vinyl Richie, was a finalist in the 2015 Lexington Music Awards “Best Cover Band.” They bring a high-energy rock and roll dance party with the best horn section around featuring hits by Johnny Cash, Lady GaGa, Beatles and everything in between.
Parksville moves line repairs to Wednesday, boil water advisory after
The Parksville Water District has rescheduled work on lines to Wednesday, Sept. 19. Jerry Feather with the district said the repairs, originally scheduled for last week, have been pushed back to today due to the recent rain. Water will but shut off at 9 a.m. until 5 p.m., but may possibly resume earlier. However, a boil water advisory will be in effect from Wednesday until further notice.
The areas where the service will be shut off Wednesday with the advisory to follow include: Forkland Road, Carpenter’s Creek Road, Butchertown Road, Tar Lick Road, Crawford Hollow Road, the south side of Mitchellsburg Knob Road, Minor’s Branch Road, Elk Cave Road, Curtis Road and Medlock Road.
The work being done is to repair lines damaged from the earlier flooding in the area.