“There is no excuse for anything to ever be built that does not add to the beauty of a city. Every investment in beauty yields an economic payoff. If you build beautiful places — whether they are parks, parking garages, or public housing — the land next to these places becomes more successful. They become catalytic agents to generate economic activity.”
–Mayor Riley, Charleston SC
On behalf of Dr. Barber, Superintendent for Frankfort Independent Schools, I would cordially like to invite you to our community breakfast.
The breakfast will take place at Frankfort High School beginning at 8:00 am on Wednesday May 17, 2017. We will provide breakfast, join Principal John Lyons for exciting updates, tour the school, listen to your thoughts, and answer any questions you may have.
We are TRANSFORMING LIVES for the students in our district, and would like to share the excitement with you. We look forward to seeing you on Wednesday May 17, 2017 at 8:00 AM at Frankfort High School.
Please RSVP by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Kathryn Pearl at 1-502-875-8661.
Locals are advocating an organized approach to tackling invasive plant species in Frankfort/Franklin County
The State Journal, 12 May 2017
Free PAYT trash week is this week for South Frankfort and
Due to river conditions we will not be able to cruise the river on May 13th.
We will announce new dates as soon as we can.
This is the presentation given by Talmadge Mincey of the CROM Corporation (http://www.cromcorp.com/) at the last Frankfort Plant Board meeting.
Public involvement key to progress
Brent Sweger, State Journal, 15 April 2017
Our next quarterly meeting is called for the evening of June 22nd, 2017
The attached document is from the consulting firm (Brandstetter Carroll) and will again be voted on at the 10 April 2017 Commission Work Session.