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  • Trick Or Treat Hours in Alexandria

News and Events:

 

PLEASE NOTE CORRECT DAY AND TIME!!!  CANDIDATE FORUM SPONSORED BY THE ALEXANDRIA COMMUNITY BUSINESS ASSOCIATION:  Monday, October 22, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. at Alexandria Community Center, 8236 W. Main Street.  Doors will open at 5:30. Come meet potential candidates for Alexandria Mayor and City Council. Event is sponsored by the ACBA and an ACBA member will moderate the forum. Each candidate will be allowed to make opening and closing statements, and the audience will have the opportunity to ask questions.

CAMPBELL COUNTY FALL CLEAN UP – Friday/Saturday October 19 & 20, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.   Click Here for flyer with information on locations and acceptable items.

SOLID WASTE COLLECTION EVENT – Saturday, November 3, 2018  Click Here for flyer with information locations and acceptable items.


 

BEAUTIFICATION AWARD:  The Alexandria Beautification Committee will again be taking nominations for the Best Fall/Halloween decorations.  Any yards within Alexandria city limits only please, and to be fair, the same address cannot be nominated two years in a row.  (2017 winner was the Dreyer’s at 112 Hunters Hill Drive.)  Deadline for nominations is October 26th.  Send your nominations to: sneltner@alexandriaky.org, aschabell@alexandriaky.org, or svanlandingham@alexandriaky.org.

 


TRICK OR TREAT HOURS:  Wednesday, Oct. 31st, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.


(BLC) Baptist Life Communities Info:

  • The Seasons @ Alexandria, BLC’s newest campus in Campbell County, Kentucky implemented their first official Volunteer Program, The Encourager.  To read the full article, click here

The City of Alexandria is now designated as a Certified City of Ethics by the Kentucky League of Cities.  On May 17th, City Council members and members of the Ethics Board completed the KLC Certified City of Ethics Program, conducted by Andrea Shindlebower, KLC Personnel Services Specialist.  By completing this program, city officials agree to subscribe to ethics principles and pledge to serve the public interest, be ethical and professional, communicate effectively and respectively, fulfill duties and responsibilities of holding public office, be fiscally responsible with city resources, and create an environment of honesty, openness, and integrity.


ALEXANDRIA NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION:  The City is interested in starting an Alexandria Neighborhood Association.  If you would like to get involved with beautifying your neighborhood or help with an issue you feel is important, then please join us.  Date and time TBA.  Email either Sue Neltner (sneltner@alexandriaky.org), Andy Schabell (aschabell@alexandriaky.org), or Susan Vanlandingham (svanlandingham@alexandriaky.org).  We want to make more of a difference in our wonderful city, and with your help we can.