Commission to consider appointments; will hear results of drainage study

Published 1:04 pm Monday, April 4, 2022

The Winchester Board of Commissioners will consider a municipal order and two appointments at its Tuesday meeting.

If approved, the order would declare a Solar Technology electronic sign obsolete, and the city would surplus the item.

The board will consider the appointment of Alyshia Powell Martin to a four-year term on the Housing Authority of Winchester Board. If appointed, Powell’s term would commence immediately and expire on Dec. 31, 2025.

It will also consider the appointment of Adam Kidd to the Main Street Winchester Board. If appointed, Kidd would fill the unexpired term left by Chad Walker. The term would commence immediately and would expire on Aug. 22.

During a 4:30 special called meeting, the board will hear the results of a drainage study on Winn Ave. that Palmer Engineering performed.

The special called and regular meeting will be held in the commission chamber at Winchester City Hall. The regular meeting is scheduled to begin at 4:30 p.m.

4:30 p.m. Special Called Meeting
A. Winchester/Clark County Industrial Development Authority Internal Financial Report for Period
Ending February 28, 2022
B. Clark County KY-ASAP minutes from the February 17, 2022 meeting
C. Winchester/Clark County Parks & Recreation Balance Sheet as of February 28, 2022
D. Winchester/Clark County Parks & Recreation Statement of Cash Flows – February 2022
E. Winchester/Clark County Parks & Recreation Profit & Loss – February 2022
F. Winchester/Clark County Parks & Recreation Statement of Assets, Liabilities, and Net Assets
– Modified Cash Basis
G. Winchester/Clark County Parks & Recreation Statements of Revenue and Expenses –
Modified Cash Basis – Period Ended February 28, 2022
H. Winchester/Clark County Parks & Recreation minutes from the February 28, 2022 meeting
I. Winchester/Clark County Parks & Recreation Attendance Log July 2021 to February 2022
J. Winchester Municipal Utilities Departmental Report for March 17, 2022
K. Winchester Municipal Utilities Financial and Budget summary – February 2022
L. Winchester Municipal Utilities Accounts Payable – Transactions for the Period February 28-
March 11, 2022
M. Winchester Municipal Utilities Commission minutes from the March 3, 2022 meeting
N. Winchester Municipal Utilities Balance Sheet as of February 28, 2022
O. Generations Center Board March 15, 2022 Agenda and January 18, 2022 minutes
P. Winchester/Clark County Tourism Commission Director’s Report and Monthly Transient Tax
Receipts
Q. Winchester/Clark County Tourism Financial Information – January and February 2022
R. Winchester/Clark County Administrative Hearing Board minutes from the February 28, 2022
meeting
S. EMA/CSEPP minutes from the February 14, 2022 DES meeting
T. Clark County Geographic Information System Consortium Staff Report for March 2022
U. Clark County Geographic Information System Consortium Financial and Budget Summary –
February 2022
V. Clark County Geographic Information System Consortium Accounts Payable as of February
28, 2022
W. Clark County Geographic Information System Consortium minutes from the February 22,
2022 meeting
5. INFORMATIONAL ITEMS
A. Senate Resolution No. 9, Wednesday, March 16, 2022 – A Resolution Honoring Edallen
York Burtner upon the occasion of his retirement as Mayor of the City of Winchester
B. Bureau of Labor Statistics, US Department of Labor Consumer Price Index – February 2022
C. Joint EMS Committee Meeting Agenda from the March 7, 2022 meeting
D. Media Release: “Stuff Recycling Donates to Winchester Police Department for K9 Veteran’s
Day”
6. WORK SESSION
Winn Avenue Drainage Study and Proposals Presentation – Palmer Engineering

5:30 p.m. Board of Commissioners MeetingA. Request for out-of-state travel to the Fire Department Instructors Conference in Indianapolis,
Indiana April 27-30, 2022
B. Request for out-of-state travel to Little Rock, Arkansas for Dianna Layne, Deputy City Clerk to
attend the IIMC Annual Conference – May 22-26, 2022
C. Correspondence from Billie Johnson, Executive Director, Office of Federal Grants,
Department for Local Government reporting extra ARPA funds the City will be receiving
5. ORDERS
A. AN ORDER DECLARING CERTAIN CITY OF WINCHESTER PROPERTY TO BE
OBSOLETE AND SURPLUS
B. AN ORDER APPOINTING ALYSHIA POWELL MARTIN TO THE HOUSING AUTHORITY OF
WINCHESTER FOR A FOUR-YEAR TERM
C. AN ORDER APPOINTING ADAM KIDD TO FILL THE UNEXPIRED TERM OF CHAD
WALKER ON THE MAIN STREET WINCHESTER BOARD (Industrial Development Slot)
6. PERSONNEL ORDERS (General)
A. AN ORDER GRANTING EDUCATIONAL CERTIFICATION INCENTIVE SALARY
INCREASES TO CERTAIN PERSONNEL (Communications)
B. AN ORDER GRANTING AN EDUCATIONAL INCENTIVE INCREASE TO SARAH
CAMPBELL
C. AN ORDER GRANTING AN EDUCATIONAL INCENTIVE INCREASE TO SHONDRA
MOSHER
D. AN ORDER RECLASSIFYING KENNEDY KELLY FROM COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER I
TO COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER II (Communications)
E. AN ORDER RECLASSIFYING SARAH MILLER FROM COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER I TO
COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER II (Communications)
F. AN ORDER EMPLOYING TIMOTHY KLIPPENSTEIN TO FILL THE POSITION OF SINGLE
ROLE EMT
G. AN ORDER EMPLOYING DAVID MCCARTY TO FILL THE POSITION OF SINGLE ROLE
PARAMEDIC
H. AN ORDER EMPLOYING JORDAN SPARKMAN TO FILL THE POSITION OF SINGLE
ROLE PARAMEDIC