In less than a month, Kentucky restaurants and other organizations in the food serving business will be required to abide by a revised state food code. A representative of retail food establishments believes more could be done to produce seamless regulation statewide.
Officials with the U.S. Army and the contractor responsible for destroying chemical weapons stored at the Blue Grass Army Depot are sounding the “go ahead” for disposing of more than 500 tons of munitions.
Traffic congestion on Kentucky roadways is likely to pick up as Memorial Day Holiday travelers hit the road. AAA reports nearly 43 million Americans are expected to get away this weekend, the largest number since 2005.
In the midst of reflecting on Primary 2019, Gov. Matt Bevin was also asked about what remains a pressing topic in Frankfort. Pension reform questions can surface anytime, anywhere when state officials are involved.
The president of the Kentucky Health Departments Association said public health agencies across the Commonwealth are preparing budgets, realizing pension relief may not come from Frankfort soon. Governor Bevin has unveiled his latest proposal for quasi-government agencies and regional universities. But he’s not made a decision yet about any special legislative session.