News briefs, Dec. 11
Constitution Square Workshop — 2 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 11, in the McKinney Center at Constitution Square. The public is invited.
Boyle County Fiscal Court – 10 a.m. Tuesday Dec. 11. Agenda includes: considering animal control officer hire, courthouse clock contract renewal, new appointment at Convention and Visitors Bureau, and appointment on the Human Rights Commission; sheriff audit; EMS request.
Boyle Landmark Trust has new chair
Pat Boatwright was introduced as chair of the Boyle Landmark Trust Sunday when a new slate of officers were announced at the annual meeting in Jacobs Hall on the Kentucky School for the Deaf campus.
Jacob Pankey is the outgoing chairman.
Other officers will be Stephanie Griffin, vice chair; and Brittney Adams, treasurer. A secretary will be selected soon.
Kathy Milby, outgoing officer, was recognized.
Officers for the revolving fund are Chair George Coomer, Jim Rogan, Barbara Hulette, Stephanie Griffin, Pat Boatwright, Julie Rodes and Ben Miles.
Coomer said once renovation on the Willis Russell Memorial Log House is complete. It will be sold and the proceeds will be used for work on other historic properties.