City Volunteers to Offer Census Completion Assistance Around the City: Beginning Tuesday, August 4th, city staff and volunteers will be manning census taking stations around the city, on various dates, providing opportunities for those who haven't completed their 2020 census to conveniently do so.  All Taylor Mill residents who complete their census form, will be allowed to registered for a grand prize of a $150 gift certificate to Remke Market and several second prize certificates to other local Taylor Mill establishments.  The drawing will take place after all the registration dates are completed.  Each weekly location will be announced on the city of Taylor Mill's Facebook page so be sure to watch.  Encourage your friends or neighbors who haven't completed their census to stop by.  

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County Attorney Stacy Tapke’s Government Academy Accepting Applications

Kenton County Government Academy

NOW ACCEPTING PARTICIPANTS FOR 2019

As an outreach service to the constituents of Kenton County, citizens are invited to take an inside look into the workings of their county government by participating in the Kenton County Government Academy.

Beginning early January, this ten week course will educate participants about all facets of county government. The program features presentations from local elected officials and administrators, and provides unique “behind-the-scenes” tours of vital governmental facilities.  Some of the topics and visits will include: Fiscal Court, Judicial Branch, Planning and Development Services, School Districts, Health District, Library, Animal Shelter, Local fire and police departments, Kenton County Detention Center, Northern Kentucky Water District, Sanitation District No., Cincinnati/Northern KY International Airport, and much more!

“Our goal is to continue a process where the average citizen will have a clear understanding where their tax dollars go, and how the money gets spent.” said Kenton County Attorney Stacy Tapke.  

Over 250 Kenton County residents have graduated from this program. While all have gained valuable knowledge, some have gone on to become city council and committee members, volunteers, and leaders within their own communities. 
For more information, contact Susan Topmiller at 859.815.1664 or [email protected]