Bevin names Knott to Fish and Wildlife Commission; two added to board of medical licensure

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Gov. Matt Bevin made the following appointment to Kentucky Boards and Commissions:

Kenny L. Knott has been appointed to the Fish and Wildlife Resources Commission.

Knott, of Glasgow, is a wood procurement manager at Roy Anderson Lumber Co. in Tompkinsville. He will represent the 4th Fish and Wildlife District and serve for a term expiring Aug. 13, 2021.

The Fish and Wildlife Resources Commission is a nine-member board which oversees and advises the operations of the Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, including budget issues, hunting and fishing season dates, and various regulations pertaining to the conservation of hunting, fishing and wildlife resources.

The 4th Fish and Wildlife District includes Adair, Barren, Cumberland, Edmonson, Grayson, Green, Hardin, Hart, Larue, Marion, Metcalfe, Monroe, Nelson, Taylor and Washington counties.

Dr. Sandra Shuffett and William “Duncan” Crosby III have been appointed to the Kentucky Board of Medical Licensure.

Shuffett, of Nicholasville, is a physician with Baptist Health Lexington. She will serve for a term expiring Aug. 31, 2021.

Crosby III, of Louisville, is an attorney with Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC. He will serve for a term expiring Aug. 31, 2021.

The Kentucky Board of Medical Licensure is composed of 15 members, 11 of whom are appointed by the Governor. The Board is responsible for protecting the public by ensuring that only qualified medical and osteopathic physicians are licensed and initiating appropriate disciplinary action when violations of the Medical Practice Act occur. In addition, the Board regulates the practice of physician assistants, surgical assistants, athletic trainers, and acupuncturists in the Commonwealth.

Ronald Kirby has been appointed to the Kentucky Board of Auctioneers.

Ronald Kirby, of Scottsville, is a self-employed carpenter. He will represent the Kentucky Auctioneer Association and serve for a term expiring June 15, 2020.

The Kentucky Board of Auctioneers is comprised of five members appointed by the Governor—four from a list submitted by the Kentucky Auctioneer Association and one citizen at-large. The Board administers the examination, licensure and regulation of auctioneers, apprentice auctioneers, limited livestock auctioneers, limited tobacco auctioneers, and auction house operators.

Denise Sadler and Rashida Thompson have been appointed to the Kentucky Board of Hairdressers and Cosmetologists.

Sadler, of Georgetown, is a self-employed salon owner and stylist. She will represent salon owners and serve for a term expiring Feb. 1, 2018.

Thompson, of Lexington, is a self-employed salon owner and cosmetologist. She will represent salon owners and serve for a term expiring Feb. 1, 2019.

The Kentucky Board of Hairdressers and Cosmetologists consists of five gubernatorial appointees. The Board makes periodic inspections of beauty salons and beauty schools in assigned areas, determines whether each individual and business has the required license, follows up on complaints regarding those individuals working without licenses, and investigates other violations of the law and inspects premises of salons and schools to determine compliance with sanitary standards and physical requirements as established by the Board.

Bevin appointed Marty Snowden, of Irvine, as Magistrate for the First District of Estill County.

Snowden has served as president and CEO of Citizens Bank & Trust Co. of Jackson and secretary/treasurer of the John R. Turner Holding Company since 2009. He also serves as advisor to the Board of Directors for Peoples Bank and Trust Co. of Hazard.

“It is an honor to be selected by Gov. Bevin to fill the magisterial vacancy in Estill County due to the resignation of Gerald Rader,” said Snowden. “Estill County is my home, and I intend to serve the citizens of our community with integrity and humility in the days ahead.”

Snowden is a graduate of Estill County High School and Eastern Kentucky University. He has previously worked as a bank examiner for the Kentucky Department of Financial Institutions and as a production foreman/lab manager for Southeast Coal Company.

Marty and his wife Margaret Lisle Snowden have been married for 29 years and have one daughter, Olivia.

Snowden will serve until the position is filled in accordance with the results of the November 2018 midterm election, pursuant to the provisions of Section 152 of the Kentucky Constitution.

From Governor’s Office

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