From The Office Of The Mayor
Greetings neighbors and friends:
Public works has been very busy so far. We have tried to keep up with the snow removal and salting the roads. When we do receive the snow please remember to move your vehicles from the street until the snow has been pushed to the side. If you come across an intersection that needs salted or a street that needs plowed please feel free to contact City Hall during normal business hours or myself after hours. The City has a sidewalk snow removal ordinance that is enforced. Please remember to shovel your sidewalks. For a copy of the ordinance please contact City Hall.
As you will recall the City Council approved the hiring of a part time Police Officer. The City hired Officer Jay Wilson who then abruptly resigned. The City has now hired Officer Jim Vaughan. Please join me in welcoming him aboard.
In the near future I will be working with the Economic Development Committee in the reaching out to our businesses to recreate the Chamber of Commerce. If you are a business owner or manager please telephone City Hall with your contact information so we may reach out to you for a future meeting.
The Finance Committee will be meeting with the City Clerk Financial Officer in preparation of the upcoming City budget. These meetings will be open to the public please plan to attend.
Don’t forget to adopt our Volunteer Fireman and sign up to provide a simple meal as a way to say thank you for all they do - contact Chief Brian Seamer.
Please plan on attending your City Council Meetings held on the 1stand 3rdMonday of each month. Your input is needed.
Please remember our men and women in uniform; because of what they do and what they have done I am able to write this letter. God bless each and every one of them.
In closing, I would like to add that it is an honor to serve this community. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free contact me at City Hall 381-4700 or the City cell phone 349-1359, or my home phone at 381-2803.
Sincerely, Brinson L. Kinzer, Mayor of the City of Blue Grass