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King Building Lexington, Kentucky 40506-0039 USA Phone: (859) 257-8611 Fax: (859) 257-6311 Email: sclref@lsv.uky.edu URL: http://www.uky.edu/Libraries/libpage.php?lweb_id=464&llib_id=13 University of Kentucky Libraries. All rights reserved. Machine-readable finding aid derived from FMPro database. Date of source:  2007-07-14 Description is in  English. Guide to the Kentucky League of Cities records,  1933-2005 ,  predominant 1989-2005 Contact Information Special Collections Public Policy Archives University of Kentucky Margaret I. King Building Lexington, Kentucky 40506-0039 USA Phone: (859) 257-8634 Fax: (859) 257-6311 Email:  sclref@lsv.uky.edu URL:  http://www.uky.edu/Libraries/libpage.php?lweb_id=464&llib_id=13 Processed by: Shannon Lamkin under the supervision of Lisa Carter, Director of Archives. Finding aid completed: June 2007 Encoded by: Eric Weig Copyright 2007 University of Kentucky. All rights reserved. Kentucky League of Cities records,  1933-2005,  predominant 1989-2005 2005MS002 Kentucky League of Cities 153 cubic feet (329 boxes): 11,860 items The materials are in  English. The Kentucky League of Cities (KLC), founded in 1927, is a voluntary association of cities created to assist municipal officials and community leaders in representing local interests, to provide a forum and united voice to advocate for Kentucky cities in the state legislature, and to produce products and services that enhance these goals. The collection contains correspondence, publications, office files, photographs, videocassettes, optical media, and memorabilia the Kentucky League of Cities created and gathered to document the organization's activities. University of Kentucky Libraries, Special Collections Received from the Kentucky League of Cities, Lexington, Kentucky, in 2005. The collection is open to researchers by appointment.  Twenty-four hours advance notice is required for access because materials are stored offsite. The intellectual rights to the materials in this collection are held by the University of Kentucky Special Collections. 2005MS002:[Identification of item], Kentucky League of Cities records, University of Kentucky Archives. Kentucky League of Cities Kentucky Municipal League Lovely, Sylvia L. Municipal government -- Kentucky Municipal services -- Kentucky Cities and towns -- Kentucky The Kentucky League of Cities (KLC) is a voluntary association of cities created to assist municipal officials in representing local interests and to provide services to members which will foster improved municipal government in Kentucky. The organization provides a forum for its 400 member cities and municipalities to address their common needs, challenges, and goals. The Kentucky League of Cities' primary objectives are to educate community leaders about effective ways to govern, to advocate for Kentucky cities in the state legislature, and to produce products and services that enhance these goals. Currently, this nonpartisan organization has three main components: the insurance and financial services business; the association business that lobbies for cities, trains city officials, and provides legal services; and the NewCities Foundation, housing all of the League's community revitalization efforts.  The Kentucky League of Cities was founded in 1927, as the Kentucky Municipal League (KML), when twelve Kentucky cities banded together to serve as a united voice on common legislative issues to improve local government in Kentucky. The Kentucky Municipal League was incorporated in 1929, with offices established in the state capital of Frankfort. Over the following decades, the League grew steadily in membership and provision of services. The League is governed by a Board of Directors, with representatives from Kentucky communities of various sizes. The Kentucky League of Cities officers, usually mayors, serve one-year terms, and make up the organization's executive branch of policy makers. In addition, the League employees an Executive Director, responsible for the day-to-day operations of the organization. This position was created with the title Executive Secretary, and was held by Carl B. Wachs from 1933 to 1968. In 1968, Glenn A. Lovern, Commissioner of the Kentucky Department of Public Safety, was named Executive Secretary. Upon Lovern's retirement in 1975, R. Michael Amyx, Director of the Kansas Municipal League was appointed Executive Director. The 1974 passage of the Kentucky Fair Labor Standards applying to local governments led the Kentucky Municipal League Board to recommend sweeping alterations in League policies and services, leading to a major internal reorganization in 1976. Changes included the establishment of a permanent policy development committee to enhance municipal interests in the state legislature, an increased emphasis on lobbying, the employment of a staff attorney, and information assistance for member cities. The League also moved its offices from Frankfort to the University of Kentucky campus in Lexington. In 1978, the League created the state's first workers' compensation group self-insured program. In 1980, Amyx resigned to become Executive Director of the Virginia Municipal League, and the KML Board voted to appoint Ed Griffin to the post of Executive Director. His tenure saw growth in League services, including an expansion of insurance programs, bond financing and the growth of a statewide investment pool. In 1987, the League consolidated its self-insurance programs under the Kentucky Municipal Risk Management Association (KMRMA), and initiated a bond pool borrowing program. In 1989, the Kentucky Municipal League, at the suggestion of the Municipal Horizons Task Force, changed its name to the Kentucky League of Cities. This was an effort to better reflect the organization's membership, and further clarify its relationship with the National League of Cities (NLC), the Washington D.C.-based cooperative body of state municipal leagues, working to provide national advocacy for municipal interests. Upon Griffin's resignation in October 1990, Sylvia Lovely became the League's Executive Director. Lovely had served as the Kentucky League of Cities' Director of Intergovernmental Services since 1988. She continues to hold the position of Executive Director/CEO, and has seen the League through an expansion in services and a variety of new programs, including a legal inquiry and assistance service; group insurance plans for unemployment, workers compensation, liability, health and life; capital financing and management services; an in-house underwriting program; improved consulting assistance, and increased lobbying for city interests. In 1998, the League established the Kentucky League of Cities Leadership Institute to house its municipal training programs and City Clerk certification curriculum. In 2002, the League launched its Information Technology strategy for Kentucky Cities to assist small communities in attaining broadband internet access, thus enabling them to attract industry and encourage business. Lovely also supervised the launch of the NewCities Institute in 2001, established by the League as a charitable organization to promote citizenship and build civic capacity. Programs are offered to strengthen local leadership and promote community revitalization. Lovely serves as President of the Institute. As the League's staff grew through the years, the organization relocated to different locations throughout Lexington, before finally settling in its current home on Vine Street. The Kentucky League of Cities also has offices in Frankfort, primarily to house its legislative and advocacy work.  One of the Kentucky League of Cities' major events is its Annual Convention, held each fall in various cities throughout the state. This three-day event is designed as an educational and networking opportunity for member cities, and boasts a variety of workshops, banquets, and forums. The League aims to recognize achievement in the program and service delivery efforts of individual cities through its Awards programs. The Enterprise City Awards, formally called the All-Kentucky City Awards and President's Awards of Excellence, recognize achievement in entrepreneurship, innovation, and excellence in local government. These awards are presented to cities of various population size at the Annual Convention.  The League's publishing arm produces numerous informational pamphlets, newsletters, and its quarterly (formerly monthly) City Magazine, published continuously, under various names (including Kentucky City Magazine, The Kentucky City Bulletin, and The Kentucky City) since 1930. During Kentucky's annual legislative session, the League publishes legislative summaries, designed to inform local officials of pending bills that may impact their communities. The League also sponsors City Government Month, designed to raise awareness of local governmental services and the importance of civic engagement. The Kentucky League of Cities records consist of correspondence, publications, office files, photographs, videocassettes, optical media, and memorabilia related to the organization's activities. Some optical media files were migrated from 5.25 inch floppy disks to 3.5 inch floppy discs to maintain readability of data. Some audio-visual materials are recorded on Betacam and Umatic film. This collection is arranged by subject in five series, three of which have been further arranged in subseries:  I. Manuscripts --Correspondence --Office Files --Publications II. Photographs -- Kentucky Municipal League (KML) Events --Kentucky League of Cities (KLC) Events --KLC Staff --National League of Cities (NLC) Events --Officials and Dignitaries --Photos of Cities --Photos removed from Audio-Visual (AV) --Photos removed from manuscripts III. Audio-visual materials --Awards Applications --City Government Week/Month --Insurance/Healthcare --Kentucky League of Cities (KLC) Conventions --Kentucky League of Cites (KLC) Promotional Videos --Kentucky League of Cities (KLC) Sponsored Forums --Kentucky League of Cities (KLC) Workshops/Summits --National League of Cities Meetings/Symposiums --NewCities Institute --News Coverage/Press --Sylvia Lovely Speaking Engagements --Miscellaneous --A/V removed from manuscripts IV. Optical Media V. Memorabilia Container List Manuscripts,  1933-2005 The Manuscripts series is divided into three subseries: Correspondence, Office Files, and Publications. Correspondence consists primarily of letters to and from Sylvia Lovely, Executive Director/CEO of the Kentucky League of Cities from 1989 to 2002, arranged chronologically by year. There is also a small amount of correspondence related to the Kentucky Center for Public Issues and the National League of Cities. The Office Files subseries, comprising the majority of the Manuscripts series, primarily covers two main themes: awards applications and convention information. Awards applications are the submissions of individual member cities in consideration for the League's Annual President's Awards of Excellence. In 1999, the name of this award was changed to Enterprise City Award. These applications are organized chronologically, then alphabetically by city. The Office Files subseries also contains an extensive amount of information about the Kentucky League of Cities' annual conventions. Included is information about host cities, exhibits, entertainment, registration forms, and individual workshops. Convention information is arranged chronologically from the 1981 Kentucky Municipal League Convention to the 2004 Kentucky League of Cities Convention. The Office Files subseries also contains materials about the League's insurance programs, Board of Directors meeting files and minutes, legislative sessions and conferences, and member city surveys. The Publication subseries consists of periodicals, pamphlets, newsletters, brochures, and directories published by the League. Included are editions of the League's Kentucky City magazine, now called City, for the years 1933-2005. There are also production files for the magazine, various directories, and informational pamphlets related to Kentucky League of Cities services. These publications are separated by type and arranged chronologically. Correspondence Series 1 1 Staff Memoranda 1988 1 2 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence 1989 1 3 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence November 1990 1 4 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence December 1990 1 5 Railroad Correspondence 1990 1 6 Chain Letter 1990-1991 1 7 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence January 1991 A. 1 8 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence January 1991 B. 1 9 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence February 1991  1 10 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence March 1991 1 11 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence April 1991 2 12 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence May 1991 2 13 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence June 1991 2 14 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence July 1991 2 15 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence August 1991 2 16 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence September 1991 2 17 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence October 1991 2 18 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence November 1991 3 19 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence December 1991 3 20 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence January 1992 3 21 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence February 1992 3 22 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence March 1992 3 23 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence April 1992 3 24 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence May 1992 3 25 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence June 1992 3 26 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence July 1992 4 27 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence September 1992 4 28 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence October 1992 4 29 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence November 1992 4 30 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence December 1992 4 31 Memorandum Originals 1992 4 32 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence 1992-1994 A. 4 33 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence 1992-1994 B 5 34 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence January 1993 5 35 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence February 1993 5 36 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence March 1993 5 37 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence April 1993 5 38 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence May 1993 5 39 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence June 1993 5 40 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence July 1993 6 41 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence August 1993 6 42 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence September 1993 6 43 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence October 1993 6 44 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence November 1993 6 45 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence December 1993 6 46 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence 1993 A 6 47 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence 1993 B. 7 48 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence January 1994 7 49 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence February 1994 7 50 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence March 1994 7 51 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence April 1994 7 52 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence May 1994 7 53 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence June 1994 8 54 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence July 1994 8 55 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence August 1994 8 56 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence September 1994 8 57 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence October 1994 8 58 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence November 1994 8 59 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence December 1994 9 60 Staff Memoranda 1994 9 61 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence 1994 A 9 62 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence 1994 B. 9 63 Incoming Correspondence 1994/1995 10 64 Kentucky Center for Public Issues Correspondence 1994-1995 A. 10 65 Kentucky Center for Public Issues Correspondence 1994-1995 B. 10 66 National League Of Cities Correspondence 1994-1995 A. 10 67 National League Of Cities Correspondence  1994-1995 B. 10 68 State League Correspondence 1994-1996 11 69 Kentucky Municipal Risk Management Association Memos 1995 11 70 Staff Correspondence 1995 11 71 Chandler File 1996 11 72 Completed Faxes 11 73 Kentucky Center for Public Issues Correspondence 1996 11 74 Incoming Correspondence 1996 11 75 Very Important Correspondence 1996 11 76 Incoming Correspondence 1997 12 77 E-mail Messages Recieved and Sent 1997 12 78 Interoffice Memos 1997 12 79 Outgoing Correspondence 1997 12 80 Model Courthouse project 1999 12 81 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence 2000 12 82 National League of Cities Correspondence 2000-2001 12 83 Southern Municipal Conference Correspondence 2002 12 84 Sylvia Lovely Correspondence 2002 Office File Series 13 85 President's Awards of Excellence Reference Manual 1991 13 86 President's Awards of Excellence Community Development, Ashland 1991 13 87 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Bardwell 1991 13 88 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Beattyville 1991 13 89 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Campbellsville 1991 13 90 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Covington 1991 13 91 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Elizabethtown 1991 13 92 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Elkton, 1991 13 93 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Frankfort 1991 13 94 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Georgetown 1991 13 95 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Hanson 1991 13 96 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Hartford 13 97 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Hazard 1991 13 98 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Hackman 13 99 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Lebanon Junction 1991 13 100 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Louisville 1991 13 101 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Mayfield 1991 13 102 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Maysville 1991 13 103 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Owensboro 1991 13 104 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Paducah 1991 13 105 President Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Wilder 1991 14 106 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Anchorage 1991 14 107 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Bowling Green 1991 14 108 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Carrollton 1991 14 109 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Elizabethtown 1991 14 110 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Fulton 1991 14 111 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Hartford 1991 14 112 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Hazard 1991 14 113 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Hopkinsville 1991 14 114 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Jeffersontown 1991 14 115 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Louisville 1991 14 116 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Mayfield 1991 14 117 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Maysville, 1991 14 118 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Owensboro 1991 14 119 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Paducah 1991 14 120 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Richmond 1991 14 121 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Winchester 1991 15 122 President's Awards of Excellence: Effective Government, Ashland 1991 15 123 President's Awards of Excellence: Effective Government, Crestview Hills 1991 15 124 President's Awards of Excellence: Effective Government, Lexington 1991 15 125 President's Awards of Excellence: Effective Government, Louisville 1991 15 126 President's Awards of Excellence: Effective Government, Mayfield 1991 15 127 President's Awards of Excellence: Effective Government, Maysville 1991 15 128 President's Awards of Excellence: Effective Government, Olive Hill 1991 15 129 President's Awards of Excellence: Effective Government, Owensboro 1991 15 130 President's Awards of Excellence: Effective Government, Winchester 1991 15 131 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Safety, Anchorage 1991 15 132 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Safety, Ashland 1991 15 133 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Safety, Beattyville 1991 15 134 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Safety, Columbia 1991 15 135 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Safety, Elizabethtown 1991 15 136 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Safety, Georgetown 1991 15 137 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Safety, Lexington 1991 15 138 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Safety, Louisville 1991 15 139 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Safety, Mayfield 1991 15 140 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Safety, Maysville 1991 15 141 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Safety, Nicolasville 1991 15 142 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Safety, Owensboro 1991 15 143 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Safety, Paducah, 1991 15 144 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Safety, Winchester 1991 16 145 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Works and Transportation, Beaver Dam 1991 16 146 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Works and Transportation, Carlisle 1991 A. 16 147 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Works and Transportation, Carlisle 1991 B. 16 148 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Works and Transportation, Carlisle 1991 C. 16 149 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Works and Transportation, Elizabethtown 1991 16 150 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Works and Transportation, Frankfort 1991 16 151 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Works and Transportation, Georgetown 1991 16 152 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Works and Transportation, Jeffersontown, 1991 16 153 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Works and Transportation, Louisville 1991 16 154 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Works and Transportation, Mayfield 1991 16 155 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Works and Transportation, Maysville 1991 16 156 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Works and Transportation, Owensboro 1991 16 157 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Works and Transportation, Stanford 1991 17 158 President's Awards of Excellence Reference Manual 1991 17 159 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Beattyville 1992 17 160 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Benton 1992 17 161 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Campbellsville 1992 17 162 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Carlisle 1992 17 163 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Covington 1992 17 164 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Elizabethtown 1992 17 165 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Florence 1992 17 166 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Jeffersontown 1992 17 167 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Lexington 1992 17 168 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Louisville 1992 17 169 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Newport 1992 17 170 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Owensboro 1992 17 171 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Paducah 1992 17 172 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Ashland 1992 17 173 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development,  Bardstown 1992 17 174 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Beattyville 1992 17 175 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Bellevue 1992 17 176 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Benton 1992 17 177 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Carrollton 1992 17 178 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Corbin 1992 17 179 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Danville 1992 17 180 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Edgewood 1992 18 181 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Elizabethtown 1992 18 182 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Florence 1992 18 183 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Horse Cave 1992 18 184 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Lexington 1992 18 185 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Lyndon 1992 18 186 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Madisonville 1992 18 187 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Mount Sterling 1992 18 188 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Owensboro 1992 18 189 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Paducah 1992 18 190 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Walton 1992 18 191 President's Awards of Excellence: Effective Government, Bardstown 1992 18 192 President's Awards of Excellence: Effective Government, Beattyville 1992 18 193 President's Awards of Excellence: Effective Government, Benton 1992 18 194 President's Awards of Excellence: Effective Government, Columbia 1992 18 195 President's Awards of Excellence: Effective Government, Dayton 1992 18 196 President's Awards of Excellence: Effective Government, Elizabethtown 1992 18 197 President's Awards of Excellence: Effective Government, Florence 1992 18 198 President's Awards of Excellence: Effective Government, Lexington 1992 18 199 President's Awards of Excellence: Effective Government, Owensboro 1992 18 200 President's Awards of Excellence: Effective Government, Paducah 1992 18 201 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Safety, Bardstown 1992 18 202 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Safety, Beattyville 1992 18 203 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Safety, Benton 1992 19 204 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Safety, Edgewood 1992 19 205 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Safety, Elizabethtown 1992 19 206 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Safety, Florence 1992 19 207 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Safety, Jeffersontown 1992 19 208 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Safety, Lexington 19 209 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Safety, Madisonville 19 210 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Safety, Mayfield 1992 19 211 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Safety, Owensboro 1992 19 212 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Works and Transportation, Anchorage 1992 19 213 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Works and Transportation, Ashland 19 214 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Works and Transportation, Beattyville 1992 19 215 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Works and Transportation, Benton 19 216 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Works and Transportation, Crescent Springs 1992 19 217 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Works and Transportation, Elizabethtown 1992 19 218 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Works and Transportation, Florence 1992 19 219 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Works and Transportation, Hardingsburg 1992 19 220 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Works and Transportation, Hopkinsville 1992 19 221 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Works and Transportation, Mount Washington 1992 19 222 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Works and Transportation, Owensboro 1992 19 223 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Works and Transportation, Paducah 1992 19 224 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Works and Transportation, Seneca Gardens 1992 19 225 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Works and Transportation, Somerset 1992 19 226 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Works and Transportation, Wilder 1992 20 227 President's Awards of Excellence 1993  20 228 President's Awards of Excellence Entry Form 1993 20 229 President's Awards of Excellence Reference Manual 1993 20 230 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Auburn 1993 20 231 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Bedford 1993 20 232 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Benton 1993 20 233 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Carrollton 1993 20 234 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Covington 1993 20 235 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Elizabethtown 1993 20 236 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Erlanger 1993 20 237 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Florence 1993 20 238 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Franklin 1993 20 239 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Hickman 1993 20 240 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Louisville 1993 20 241 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Mayfield 1993 20 242 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Newport A 1993 20 243 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Newport B 1993 21 244 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Owensboro 1993 21 245 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Richmond 1993 21 246 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Shelbyville 1993 21 247 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Wilmore A 1993 21 248 President's Awards of Excellence: Community Development, Wilmore B 1993 21 249 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Benton 1993 21 250 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Elsmere 1993 21 251 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Erlanger 1993 21 252 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Florence 1993 21 253 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Franklin 1993 21 254 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Hazard 1993 21 255 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Henderson 1993 21 256 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Louisville 1993 21 257 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Mayfield 1993 21 258 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Owensboro 1993 21 259 President's Awards of Excellence: Human Development, Villa Hills 1993 21 260 President's Awards of Excellence: Effective Government, Beattyville/Booneville 1993 21 261 President's Awards of Excellence: Effective Government, Benton 1993 21 262 President's Awards of Excellence: Effective Government, Caneyville 1993 21 263 President's Awards of Excellence: Effective Government, Dayton 1993 21 264 President's Awards of Excellence: Effective Government, Erlanger 1993 21 265 President's Awards of Excellence: Effective Government, Florence 1993 21 266 President's Awards of Excellence: Effective Government, Franklin 1993 21 267 President's Awards of Excellence: Effective Government, Georgetown 1993 21 268 President's Awards of Excellence: Effective Government, Independence 1993 21 269 President's Awards of Excellence: Effective Government, Lebanon 1993 21 270 President's Awards of Excellence: Effective Government, Northern Kentucky Area Development District 1993 21 271 President's Awards of Excellence: Effective Government, Radcliff 1993 21 272 President's Awards of Excellence: Effective Government, Russellville 1993 21 273 President's Awards of Excellence: Effective Government, Southgate 1993 21 274 President's Awards of Excellence: Public Safety, Benton 1993 21 275 President's Awards of Exce