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 Located in Whitley County, Kentucky:

BEING LOT NO. EIGHTEEN (18) OF THE OAKLAWN SUBDIVISION IN THE CITY OF CORBIN, KENTUCKY, A MAP OR PLAT OF WHICH IS DULY RECORDED IN MAP BOOK NO. 2, AT PAGE NO. 60-B, WHITLEY COUNTY COURT CLERK’S OFFICE, KENTUCKY, TO WHICH REFERENCE IS HEREBY MADE FOR A MORE FULL AND COMPLETE DESCRIPTION OF SAID LOT.

SAID PROPERTY IS MADE SUBJECT TO PROTECTIVE AND RESTRICTIVE CONVENANTS AS SET FORTH IN MISCELLANEOUS RECORD BOOK NO. 27, AT PAGE 35, WHITLEY COUNTY COURT CLERK’S OFFICE.

BEING ALL THE SAME PROPERY CONVEYED TO DANIEL C. WRIGHT AND EVELYN WRIGHT, HUSBAND AND WIFE, BY DEED DATED NOVEMBER 24, 2004. RECPRDED IN DEED BOOK 457, PAGE 688, AT THE WHITLEY COUNTY COURT CLERK’S OFFICE, WILLIAMSBURG, KENTUCKY.

SAID PROPERTY ADDRESS IS: 316 OAKLAWN CIRCLE, CORBIN, KY. 40701

TERMS OF SALE

1. The above property is indivisible and shall be sold as a whole to produce the sum of money so ordered to be made.

2. On the date of sale, the purchaser shall either pay cash or, with surety on a bond approved by the Commissioner, may pay one- third (1/3RD) of the purchase price down with the balance in thirty (30) days with interest at 12%.  Signatures of principal and surety on the bond shall have the effect of a Judgment.  In the event the Plaintiff or its representative is the purchaser, it shall be entitled to a credit of its judgment against the purchase price and shall only be obligated to pay court costs, the fees and costs of the Master Commissioner and any real estate taxes payable, and in that event, no payment shall be required and no bond shall be executed by them.

3. The risk of loss for the subject property shall pass to the purchaser on the date of sale.  Possession of the premises shall pass to the purchaser upon payment of the purchase price and delivery of deed.

4. The purchaser shall be required to assume and pay all taxes or assessments upon the property for the current tax year and all subsequent years.  All taxes or assessments upon the property for prior years shall be paid from the sale proceeds if properly claimed in writing and filed of record by the purchaser prior to payment of the purchase price.

5. The property shall be sold subject to the following:

a. Easements, restrictions and stipulations of record;

b. Assessments for public improvements levied against the following real estate;

c. Any facts which an inspection and accurate survey of the following described real estate may disclose.

6. If the property does not bring two-thirds of its appraised value, a one year right of redemption will exist pursuant to KRS 426.530.

7. This property is sold subject to the right of redemption, if applicable, provided in 28 USCA Sec. 2410.

Dated this 23rd day of May, 2011.

HOWARD O. MANN, MASTER COMMISSIONER, WHITLEY CIRCUIT COURT

P. O. BOX 1344, CORBIN, KY 40702; TELEPHONE: (606) 528-0616

 

COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY

34TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

WHITLEY CIRCUIT COURT

DIVISION NO. I

CIVIL ACTION NO. 10-CI-00947

HOMETOWN BANK OF CORBIN, INC., PLAINTIFF, VS. ANGELA DOUGLAS; CITY OF CORBIN; WHITLEY COUNTY, KENTUCKY; and KNOX COUNTY, KENTUCKY, DEFENDANTS.

NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER’S SALE

Pursuant to a Judgment and Order of Sale entered by the Whitley Circuit Court on May 2, 2011, I shall offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Williamsburg, Kentucky, at public auction on Monday, June 13, 2011, at 12:00 p.m., or thereabout, the real property described in this Notice.

The judgment against the defendant, Angela Douglas, plus costs, is as follows:

(1) The sum of $125,306.24, plus interest at the rate of 12% per annum from May 2, 2011, until paid in full, plus costs and attorney fees expended herein.

The property to be sold is as follows:

PARCEL I:

Tract 1:  Being Lot #101 in Section B with a 1972 model Eagle 12 x 60 mobile home included of the Hemlock Subdivision as recorded in Map Book 4, Page 47-B, Whitley County Court Clerk’s Office, and reference is made to the Map Book for description of the same as if copied in full herein.

This property is subject to utility easements as recorded in Miscellaneous Records Book 22, Page 553, and is also subject to protective covenants as set forth in Miscellaneous Records Book 33, P. 554-556.

Tract 2:  Being Lot No. 105 of Hemlock Subdivision, Section B, as recorded in Map Book 4, Page 47-A, Whitley County Clerk’s Office, and reference is made to the Map Book for description as if copied in full herein.

There is reserved a 10 feet easement for utilities along the property lines of the above parcel.

Being the same property acquired by Dana L. Douglas and wife, Angela M. Douglas, by deeds of record in Deed Book 433, Page 445; Deed Book 442, Page 207; and Quitclaim Deed from Dana l. Douglas of record in Deed Book 483, Page 154, Whitley County Clerk’s Office.

Said property addresses are: 

Parcel I, Tract 1: Lot # 101- in Section B, Hemlock Subdivision, Williamsburg, KY 40769; and

Parcel I, Tract 2:  Lot #105- in Section B, Hemlock Subdivision, Williamsburg, KY 40769.

TERMS OF SALE

1. The above property is indivisible and shall be sold as a whole to produce the sum of money so ordered to be made.

2. On the date of sale, the purchaser shall either pay cash or, with surety on a bond approved by the Commissioner, may pay ten-percent (10%) down with the balance in thirty (30) days with interest at 12%.  Signatures of principal and surety on the bond shall have the effect of a Judgment, unless the successful purchaser is the Plaintiff in this matter, whereas the Master Commissioner may credit the judgment amount against the purchase price on the date of the sale.

3. The risk of loss for the subject property shall pass to the purchaser on the date of sale.  Possession of the premises shall pass to the purchaser upon payment of the purchase price and delivery of deed.

4. The purchaser shall be required to assume and pay all taxes or assessments upon the property for the current tax year and all subsequent years.  All taxes or assessments upon the property for prior years shall be paid from the sale proceeds if properly claimed in writing and filed of record by the purchaser prior to payment of the purchase price, and in that event, no payment shall be required and no bond shall be executed by them.

5. The property shall be sold subject to the following:

a. Easements, restrictions and stipulations of record;

b. Assessments for public improvements levied against the following real estate;

c. Any facts which an inspection and accurate survey of the following described real estate may disclose.

6. If the property does not bring two-thirds of its appraised value, a one year right of redemption will exist pursuant to KRS 426.530.

7. This property is sold subject to the right of redemption, if applicable, provided in 28 USCA Sec. 2410.

Dated this 23rd day of May, 2011.

HOWARD O. MANN, MASTER COMMISSIONER, WHITLEY CIRCUIT COURT

P. O. BOX 1344, CORBIN, KY 40702; TELEPHONE: (606) 528-0616

 

COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY

34TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

WHITLEY CIRCUIT COURT

DIVISION NO. II

CIVIL ACTION NO.: 11-CI-00055

FORCHT BANK, NA, PLAINTIFF, VS. LOUETTA BRYANT, single; and WHITLEY COUNTY, KENTUCKY, DEFENDANTS.

NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER’S SALE

Pursuant to a Judgment and Order of Sale entered by the Whitley Circuit Court on April 11, 2011, I shall offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Williamsburg, Kentucky, at public auction on Monday, June 13, 2011, at 12:00 p.m., or thereabout, the real property described in this Notice.

The Default Judgment against the defendant, Louetta Bryant, plus costs is as follows:

(1) The principal sum in the amount of $20,506.87 as of March 9, 2011, plus interest at the rate of 11.9% per annum until April 11, 2011, and thereafter at the maximum judgment rate until paid.

The property to be sold is as follows:

LOCATED in Whitley County, Kentucky:

Being Lot #10 of the Oakwood Estates as shown in Map Book 4, Page 110, Slide 305, Whitley County Court Clerk’s Office, containing 1.003 acres more or less and reference is made to the Map Book and Page for description the same as if copied in full herein; and

BEING THE SAME PROPERTY conveyed to Louetta Bryant, unmarried, by deed dated June 22, 1999, and recorded on July 7, 1999, in Deed Book 410, Page 192, of the Whitley County Clerk’s Office.

Current Property Address:  89 Marie Circle, Williamsburg, KY 40769

Current Parcel ID No: 072-00-00-025.10

Also included is a 1997 Pioneer 14 x 72 Mobile Home;

VIN. No. PH1306CA1212799881100060.

TERMS OF SALE

1. The above property is indivisible and shall be sold as a whole to produce the sum of money so ordered to be made.

2. On the date of sale, the purchaser shall either pay cash or, with surety on a bond approved by the Commissioner, may pay ten percent (10%) down of the purchase price together with a bond (for the remainder of the purchase price) with good and sufficient surety, bearing interest from the day of the sale and payable to the Master Commissioner within thirty (30) days with interest at 12%.  Signatures of principal and surety on the bond shall have the effect of a Judgment.  In the event the Plaintiff or its representative is the purchaser for a sum less than its Judgment, then, and in that event, they shall only be required to pay court costs, the fees and costs of the Master Commissioner, and in that event, no payment shall be required and no bond shall be executed by them.

3. The risk of loss for the subject property shall pass to the purchaser on the date of sale.  Possession of the premises shall pass to the purchaser upon payment of the purchase price and delivery of deed.

4. The purchaser shall be required to assume and pay all taxes or assessments upon the property for the current tax year and all subsequent years.  All taxes or assessments upon the property for prior years shall be paid from the sale proceeds if properly claimed in writing and filed of record by the purchaser prior to payment of the purchase price.

5. The property shall be sold subject to the following:

a. Easements, restrictions and stipulations of record;

b. Assessments for public improvements levied against the following real estate;

c. Any facts which an inspection and accurate survey of the following described real estate may disclose.

6. If the property does not bring two-thirds of its appraised value, a one year right of redemption will exist pursuant to KRS 426.530.

7. This property is sold subject to the right of redemption, if applicable, provided in 28 USCA Sec. 2410.

Dated this 23rd day of May, 2011.

HOWARD O. MANN, MASTER COMMISSIONER, WHITLEY CIRCUIT COURT

P. O. BOX 1344, CORBIN, KY 40702; TELEPHONE: (606) 528-0616

 

COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY

34TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

WHITLEY CIRCUIT COURT

DIVISION NO. I

CIVIL ACTION NO.: 11-CI-00017

FORCHT BANK, NA,  PLAINTIFF, VS. APRIL N. PARKS and her Husband,  SAMUEL F. MOSES; MARCILLA B. FOX; and WHITLEY COUNTY, KENTUCKY, DEFENDANTS.

NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER’S SALE

Pursuant to a Judgment and Order of Sale entered by the Whitley Circuit Court on April 5, 2011, I shall offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Williamsburg, Kentucky, at public auction on Monday, June 13, 2011, at 12:00 p.m., or thereabout, the real property described in this Notice.

The Default Judgment against the defendants, April N. Parks, Samuel F. Moses and Marcilla B. Fox, plus costs is as follows:

(1) The principal sum in the amount of $52,786.63 as of December 30, 2010, plus interest at the rate of 8.99% per annum until April 4, 2011, and thereafter at 12% per annum until paid in full.

The property to be sold is as follows:

LOCATED in Whitley County, Kentucky:

Being Lot #14 of the Oakwood Estates in Whitley County, Kentucky, a map or plat of which is duly recorded in Map Book 4, Page 110, Slide 305, Whitley County Court Clerk’s Office.  Reference is made to the Map Book and Page for description the same as if copied in full herein; and

Includes the CHAN 28 x 48 Mobile home bearing Serial Number CH2AL08182B, Title Number 10681180010 that has now become permanently affixed to the property by Affidavit of Conversion of record in Misc. Book 141, Page 227; and

BEING THE SAME PROPERTY conveyed to April Parks, married, by deed dated February 2, 2010, recorded in Deed Book 494, Page 344, of the Whitley County Clerk’s Office.

Current Property Address:  81 Marie Circle, Williamsburg, KY 40769

Current Parcel ID No: 072-00-00-025.14

TERMS OF SALE

1. The above property is indivisible and shall be sold as a whole to produce the sum of money so ordered to be made.

2. On the date of sale, the purchaser shall either pay cash or, with surety on a bond approved by the Commissioner, may pay ten percent (10%) down of the purchase price together with a bond (for the remainder of the purchase price) with good and sufficient surety, bearing interest from the day of the sale and payable to the Master Commissioner within thirty (30) days with interest at 12%.  Signatures of principal and surety on the bond shall have the effect of a Judgment.  In the event the Plaintiff or its representative is the high bidder for a sum equal to or less than its Judgment, then, and in that event, they shall only be required to pay court costs, the fees and costs of the Master Commissioner, and in that event, no payment shall be required and no bond shall be executed by them.

3. The risk of loss for the subject property shall pass to the purchaser on the date of sale.  Possession of the premises shall pass to the purchaser upon payment of the purchase price and delivery of deed.

4. The purchaser shall be required to assume and pay all taxes or assessments upon the property for the current tax year and all subsequent years.  All taxes or assessments upon the property for prior years shall be paid from the sale proceeds if properly claimed in writing and filed of record by the purchaser prior to payment of the purchase price.

5. The property shall be sold subject to the following:

a. Easements, restrictions and stipulations of record;

b. Assessments for public improvements levied against the following real estate;

c. Any facts which an inspection and accurate survey of the following described real estate may disclose.

6. If the property does not bring two-thirds of its appraised value, a one year right of redemption will exist pursuant to KRS 426.530.

7. This property is sold subject to the right of redemption, if applicable, provided in 28 USCA Sec. 2410.

Dated this 23rd day of May, 2011.

HOWARD O. MANN, MASTER COMMISSIONER, WHITLEY CIRCUIT COURT

P. O. BOX 1344, CORBIN, KY 40702; TELEPHONE: (606) 528-0616

 

NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS OF KENTUCKY UTILITIES COMPANY

RECOVERY BY ENVIRONMENTAL SURCHARGE OF KENTUCKY UTILITIES COMPANY’S 2011 ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE PLAN

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that on June 1, 2011, Kentucky Utilities Company (“KU”) filed with the Kentucky Public Service Commission (“Commission”) in Case No. 2011-00161, an Application pursuant to Kentucky Revised Statute 278.183 for approval of an amended compliance plan (“KU’s 2011 Environmental Compliance Plan”) for the purpose of recovering the capital costs and operation and maintenance costs associated with new pollution control facilities through an increase in the environmental surcharge on customers’ bills beginning January 31, 2012 under KU’s existing Electric Rate Schedule ECR, also known as the environmental cost recovery surcharge. Federal, state, and local environmental regulations require KU to build and upgrade equipment and facilities to operate in an environmentally sound manner. Specifically, KU is seeking Commission approval of Certificates of Public Convenience and Necessity (“CPCN”) to construct new Particulate Matter Control Systems to serve all units at the Ghent Generating Station in Ghent, Kentucky, and to serve all units at the E.W. Brown Generating Station in Burgin, Kentucky, to comply with the national emissions standards for hazardous air pollutants proposed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”). The Particulate Matter Control Systems are also being installed to comply with EPA-imposed sulfuric acid mist and opacity requirements. Additionally, KU is seeking recovery of costs associated with these environmental projects, which are necessary for compliance with the federal Clean Air Act, the federal Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, and other current or proposed environmental laws and regulations, and enforcement actions. These additional projects primarily relate to installing Particulate Matter Control Systems to serve all units at the Ghent Generating Station, installing Particulate Matter Control Systems to serve all units at the E.W. Brown Generating Station, converting the main coal combustion residuals treatment basin at the E.W. Brown Generating Station to a landfill and other pollution control facilities. The capital cost of the new pollution control facilities for which KU is seeking recovery at this time is estimated to be $1.1 billion. Additional operation and maintenance expenses will be incurred for these projects and are costs that KU is requesting to recover through the environmental surcharge in its application. The impact on KU’s customers is estimated to be a 1.5% increase in 2012 with a maximum increase of 12.2% in 2016. For a KU residential customer using 1,000 kilowatt hours per month, the initial monthly increase is expected to be $1.13 during 2012, with the maximum monthly increase expected to be $9.46 during 2016. The Environmental Surcharge Application described in this Notice is proposed by KU. However, the Public Service Commission may issue an order modifying or denying KU’s Environmental Surcharge Application. Such action may result in an environmental surcharge for consumers other than the environmental surcharge described in this Notice.

Any corporation, association, body politic or person may, by motion within thirty (30) days after publication, request leave to intervene in Case No. 2011-00161. That motion shall be submitted to the Public Service Commission, 211 Sower Blvd., P.O. Box 615, Frankfort, Kentucky, 40602, and shall set forth the grounds for the request including the status and interest of the party. Intervenors may obtain copies of the Application and testimony by contacting Kentucky Utilities Company at 220 West Main Street, Louisville, Kentucky, 40202, Attention: Lonnie E. Bellar, Vice President, State Regulation and Rates. A copy of the Application and testimony will be available for public inspection on KU’s website (http://www.lge-ku.com) and at KU’s offices where bills are paid after June 1, 2011.

 

PUBLIC NOTICE

 The second reading and adoption of the Whitley County Fiscal Court proposed budget ordinance #20110-04 for Fiscal Year 2011-2012 is scheduled to be held at the courthouse, in the Fiscal Court Room on June 21, 2011 at 06:00 PM.

BUDGET SUMMARY

An Ordinance relating to the Annual Budget and Appropriations.

 BE IT ORDAINED BY THE FISCAL COURT OF WHITLEY COUNTY, KENTUCKY

 WHEREAS, the proposed budget was tentatively approved by the fiscal court on May 16, 2011 and pending approval as to form and classification by the State Local Finance Officer.

 SECTION ONE. The following budget is for the Fiscal Year 2011-2012 and the amounts stated are appropriated for the purposes indicated:

General Fund

5000 General Government $ 1,732,159.00

5100 Protection to Persons and Property 314,200.00

5200 General Health and Sanitation 249,187.00

5300 Social Services 10,000.00

7700 Leases 94,364.00

9100 General Services 166,070.00

9200 Contingent Appropriations 274,862.00

9400 Fringe Benefits 416,774.00

Total General Fund     3,257,616.00

 

Road Fund

5000 General Government 5,000.00

6100 Roads 1,343,460.00

7700 Leases 45,900.00

9100 General Services 49,000.00

9200 Contingent Appropriations 21,144.00

9400 Fringe Benefits 301,400.00

9500 Dist. To other Government Agencies 53,500.00

Total Road Fund     1,819,404.00

 

Jail Fund

5100 Protection to Persons and Property 1,671,099.00

7200 Debt Service 475,916.00

9100 General Services 76,100.00

9200 Contingent Appropriations 38,270.00

9400 Fringe Benefits 499,200.00

Total Jail Fund 2,760,585.00

 

Local Government Economic Assistance Fund

5000 General Government 100,000.00

5400 Recreation and Culture 60,000.00

6100 Roads 90,650.00

9200 Contingent Appropriations 5,000.00

Total L.G.E.A. Fund  255,650.00

 

Federal Grants Fund

8000 Capital Projects 422,500.00

Total Federal Grants Fund     422,500.00

 

Ambulance Fund

5100 Protection to Persons and Property 1,463,748.00

9100 General Services 61,000.00

9200 Contingent Appropriations 34,200.00

9400 Fringe Benefits 461,322.00

Total Ambulance Fund     2,020,270.00

 

Forestry Fund

5000 General Government 50.00

5100 Protection to Persons and Property 4,000.00

9200 Contingent Appropriations 4,810.00

Total Forestry Fund     8,860.00

 

Occupational Tax Fund

5000 General Government 126,400.00

9100 General Services 2,000.00

9200 Contingent Appropriations 16,500.00

9400 Fringe Benefits 35,600.00

9500 Dist. To other Gov. Agencies 2,041,000.00

Total Occupational Tax Fund     2,221,500.00

 

Tourist Tax Fund

5400 Recreation and Culture 57,100.00

9200 Contingent Appropriations 2,900.00

Total Tourist Fund     60,000.00

 

911 Fund

5100 Protection to Persons and Property 474,900.00

9100 General Services 2,000.00

9200 Contingent Appropriations 27,300.00

9400 Fringe Benefits 114,100.00

Total 911 Fund     903,196.00

 

TOTAL BUDGETED APPROPRIATIONS

Total General Fund $ 3,257,616.00

Total Road Fund   1,819,404.00

Total Jail Fund  2,760,585.00

Total LGEA Fund 255,650.00

Total Federal Grants Fund  422,500.00

Total Ambulance Fund  2,020,270.00

Total Forestry Fund  8,860.00

Total Occupational Tax Fund 2,221,500.00

Total Tourist Fund 60,000.00

Total 911 Fund 618,300.00

Total All Funds  $13,444,685.00

SECTION TWO. This ordinance shall be published in the local newspaper by title and summary within thirty (30) days following adoption.

SECTION THREE. This ordinance shall become effective upon passage and publication.

NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY

All interested parties and organizations in the County are hereby notified that a copy of the County’s Adopted Budget in full is available for public inspection at the office of the County Judge/Executive during normal business hours.

 

NOTICE:

Notice is hereby given by order of the Whitley District Court that the following appointments have been made:

Judy L. Estep, 310 Dantley Dr., Corbin, KY 40701 has been appointed executrix for the estate of Alma Pauline Holman, deceased. Gary Brittain, PO Box 1388, Corbin, KY 40702 is attorney for said estate; Troy Ruth Monhollen, 1480 Barton Mill Rd., Corbin, KY 40701 has been appointed Executrix for the estate of Boyd Monhollen, deceased. Bob Hammons, PO Box 1388, Corbin, KY 40702, is attorney for said estate; S.B. Sturgill, Jr., 6836 Cumberland Falls Hwy., Corbin, KY 40701 and Dallas R. Eubanks, One Equestrian Way, Corbin, KY 40701 have been appointed Co-Executors for the estate of Ima D. Sturgill, deceased. Robert P. Hammons, PO Box 1388, Corbin, KY 40702, is attorney for said estate; Judith Webb has been appointed executrix and Michael Webb has been appointed executor for the estate of Mildred Webb, deceased. Maxie Higgason, 109 W. First Street, Corbin, KY 40701, is attorney for said estate.

All persons having claims against the said estates are requested to present same, verified according to law to the said appointees, not later than six months from said date of appointment.

Given under my hand this 31st day of May, 2011.

GARY W. BARTON, CLERK - DISTRICT & CIRCUIT COURTS

WHITLEY COUNTY, WILLIAMSBURG, KY 40769

 

NOTICE:

Marvin and Linda Terrell have filed the final settlement for the estate of Linda Johnson.

Exceptions, if any, must be filed prior to July 11, 2011.

The hearing will be held at Whitley District Court, 805 S. Main Street, Corbin, KY 40701.

Given under my hand this 31st day of May, 2011.

GARY W. BARTON, CLERK - DISTRICT AND CIRCUIT COURTS

WHITLEY COUNTY, WILLIAMSBURG, KY 40769

 

PUBLIC NOTICE:

A petition to close a County Road has been presented to the Whitley County Fiscal Court concerning .16 miles of Rail Road Avenue. Pursuant to KRS 178.050, a second hearing for this road closure, open to all interested parties, is scheduled to convene on June 21, 2011 at 6:00 p.m. during the regular scheduled court meeting in the Whitley County Fiscal Court Room. A written report from the two Viewers and the Road Department Supervisor will be presented at the meeting. If you have any questions, please contact my office at 606-549-6000.

PAT WHITE, JR., WHITLEY COUNTY JUDGE EXECUTIVE

 

LEGAL NOTICE

In accordance with Chapters 65 and 424 of the Kentucky Revised Statutes, the financial report and supporting data may be inspected by the general public at the Whitley County Conservation District, located at 1610 Cumberland Falls Hwy, Suite 7, Corbin, KY, between the hours of 8:00am and  4:30pm Monday through Friday.  Citizens serving on the Whitley County Conservation District Board of Supervisors are:

Lee Edd Sears, 2435 Louden Road, Williamsburg KY 40769, Chairman

Charles Ohler, 5101 Cumberland Falls Hwy, Corbin KY 40701, Vice-Chairman

Harold Prewitt, 34 Angel Road, Williamsburg, KY 40769, Sec-Treasurer

Jack Clark, 6911 Hwy 779, Rockholds KY 40759, Member

Joann Siler, 114 Lud Tolliver Road, Williamsburg KY 40769, Member

Jack R. Smith, 920 Corinth Cemetery Road, Corbin KY 40701, Member

Barry Arnett, PO Box 389, Williamsburg KY 40769, Member

 

Ky Fish and Wildlife Commission Nomination Meeting

A meeting to nominate candidates for the Ninth District representative on the Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission will be held at 7:30 p.m. (Eastern) Thursday, June 16, at Shopville Elementary School Gymnasium, 10 Shopville Road, Pulaski County. Doors open at 6 p.m.  The district includes Bell, Clay, Clinton, Jackson, Knox, Laurel, McCreary, Pulaski, Russell, Wayne and Whitley counties. Residents of the Ninth Wildlife District who, for the past two consecutive years, have either: purchased a Kentucky hunting or fishing license; hunted or fished in Kentucky, but were not required to purchase a license; or have registered a boat in Kentucky may participate in the nomination process. The names of up to five nominees chosen at the meeting will be submitted to Gov. Steve Beshear, who will appoint one of  the nominees to a four-year term.