Frankfort note: everyone within the boundaries of the National Register districts qualifies for this credit.
video tutorial from The Center for Great Neighborhoods
Kentucky Historic Preservation Tax Credits: What, Why, and How
Did you know that Kentucky offers Historic Preservation Tax Credits? If your property is on the National Register of Historic Places you may be eligible for a tax credit. Check out this video for information on how to apply.
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The Frankfort Independent Board of Education will hold community forums for school district residents on Wednesday, August 31, 2016, and on Wednesday, September 7, 2016.
Both forums will begin at 6:00 pm and will be held at the Paul Sawyier Public Library community room, 319 Wapping Street, Frankfort, Kentucky.
All residents of the district are encouraged to attend.
The board will provide information on a tax that the district is eligible to levy that will be matched by state government funds. The levy would be 5 cents per $100 of property value and would be restricted to the improvement of school buildings.
The board of education asks for the participation of the school district community on this levy.
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Kentucky Health Access Nurturing Development Services (HANDS) program is a voluntary home visitation program for any new or expectant parents. HANDS supports families as they build healthy, safe environments for the optimal growth and development of children. HANDS will support you throughout your pregnancy and the first two years of your baby’s life.
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Join Operation Turnout on the beautiful campus of Kentucky State University located in the capital of the Commonwealth in Frankfort, Kentucky for the 2016 United States Senate Forum at 2:30 p.m. on October 8th.
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The City’s Nuisance Code Hearing Board is a newly established board that replaces the former Code Enforcement Board. The NCB consists of 5 members all being citizens of Frankfort. They generally meet the fourth Tuesday of each month beginning at 5:30 … Continue reading →
The South Frankfort Neighborhood Association, in partnership with Frankfort High School, the Tanglewood Neighborhood Association and the Montrose Park Neighborhood Association present a public forum featuring the 2016 candidates for City Commission. Held in the FHS auditorium the event will … Continue reading →