News briefs, May 25

Published 8:13 pm Friday, May 24, 2019

Pulse of the People continues with District 5 on June 3

The next pulse of the People will be held for District 5 at 6 p.m. Monday, June 3 at First Baptist Church, Second and Walnut. Boyle County Magistrate Jamey Gay and Judge-Executive Howard Hunt will be onhand to discuss area concerns and hear what residents have to say. Rep. Daniel Elliott and Sen. Rick Girdler were also invited by Hunt to attend.


Danville City Commission — 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 28, at city hall. Agenda includes: proposed budget presentation and funding agreement; a proclamation for National Garden Week; Leadership Boyle County class recognition; introduction to new Codes Enforcement officer, Nina Wesley; Tim Kitts with the Housing Authority to discuss the Strong Family Initiative; a Tourism appointment; resolutions on the CLG Grant award, and trust agreement for insurance and workers comp. The first reading of an ordinance on the zone change of 707 Shakertown Road will also be held.

Danville High School SBDM — 5:30-8:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 28, for a special meeting at Danville High School Library, 203 E. Lexington Ave. Agenda includes a principal selection training, including discussion and possible decisions regarding using stakeholder input; criteria for a good applicant; interview questions; methods for gathering information; and a timeline for the principal selection process for Hogsett Primary School. To be led by Lynne Keen, KASC/KDE certified trainer, the training will include how to develop criteria/optimum characteristics of an effective high school principal. The meeting may include possible action items (related to protocols discussed through training).

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