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League of Women Voters and others offer forum with mayoral candidates, Ronnie Bastin and Linda Gorton

A forum for mayoral candidates Ronnie Bastin and Linda Gorton will be held Monday, October 29, 6-7 p.m. by the League of Women Voters of Lexington, WKYT, Transylvania University, the Lexington Herald-Leader and WLAP.  The forum will be held in the Carrick Theater, Mitchell Fine Arts Center, Transylvania University, 300 North Broadway. The forum will air live on The CW Lexington and will be live...

UK Center for Leadership Development to host a nonprofit leadership expert

  The Center for Leadership Development in the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment, will welcome Robert Long as the 2015 W. Norris Duvall Leader in Residence Feb. 23-27. Long is currently the visiting Distinguished Professor of the Nonprofit Leadership Studies Program at Murray State University and serves as senior fellow at Arizona State University’s Lodestar...

Meetings set for recording public comments on horsepower limits, speeds on small lakes

  The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources will hold a second series of public meetings to electronically record comments pertaining to a proposal to lift motor restrictions on several small department-owned lakes in the state.   Department officials will submit responses to comments in writing to the Kentucky Administrative Regulation Review Subcommittee for review pursuant...

Date set for public forum for the search for new president and CEO of LexArts

  LexArts wants to hear what the public has to say as they look for a new president and CEO.   An integral part of the search process is determining what role the new leader will play.   As such, the search committee and LexArts’ contracted search firm, Management Consultants for the Arts, have determined that a public discussion is in order.   The panel will be moderated...

A public forum will take place to help panel find LexArts CEO replacement

  The Board of Directors of LexArts is taking steps to find a new leader for their organization.   President & CEO Jim Clark announced his retirement would go into effect June 30 and the board wants to include citizens of Lexington in the conversation.   The board’s search committee is comprised of LexArts board members, representatives of the mayor’s office and the...