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Changes to City Leaf Pickup
The City of Ludlow Public Works Department will be collecting leaves throughout the month of November; however, please note that there have been changes to the manner in which leaves must be prepared prior to collection.  Public Works is no longer able to collect leaves that have been placed in the street.  Leaves must be collected in pap...


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The Ludlow Plaza and Rail Viewing Station is now open, but we are still awaiting the arrival of benches, tables & chairs, and trash receptacles.  Once everything is complete, we will provide details for a Grand Opening Celebration next month.   The Rail Viewing Station is open until dusk and is monitored by cameras.  R...


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City of Ludlow Code Enforcement Officer Tom Garner and Planning and Development Services (PDS) Codes Administrator Rob Himes gave a presentation on Code Enforcement at the Ludlow Municipal Center on August 31, 2018. It was an informal training and question and answer seminar on the Basics of Code Enforcement.  Click here to view a copy o...


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Would you like to learn more about how the code enforcement process works? The City of Ludlow Code Enforcement Department, along with PDS, will be conducting an informal training and question and answer seminar on the Basics of Code Enforcement.  Come and hear the details on how code enforcement works and present your questions and/or con...


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            Many times, when property is lost or stolen it is recovered but never returned to the owner.  Often the items are recovered by law enforcement and they are not aware the items are stolen because the victim never provided the investigators with serial numbers or other needed...


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"The City of Ludlow is working with a committee of stakeholders to gain feedback from community members to tell the story of Ludlow to the rest of our region. This is our past, present, and our vision for the future. If you could take 15 minutes to fill out this survey it would be greatly appreciated. Due to limited time for analysis the company wo...


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In lieu of the council caucus meeting, a Public Engagement Session for the Ludlow Yards Project will be held at the Ludlow Municipal Center, Ed F. Schroeder Meeting Hall, 51 Elm Street, Ludlow, Kentucky on Thursday, July 26, 2018, at 6:30 p.m.  The session will feature a presentation of the renderings followed by a discussion of the ...


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Bring your lawn chairs or blanket and come listen to music and eat and drink!  The Ludlow Civic Club will have things for kids to do as well as some cornhole games for the adults.  Fireworks begin at 10:00 p.m.
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The Implementation Committee of the Kenton County Planning Commission will host a public open house regarding Direction 2030’s Land Use element on June 11 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. in the PDS Commission Chambers located at 2332 Royal Drive, Fort Mitchell. The land use element of the comprehensive plan defines the vision for Kenton Cou...


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Ludlow Historic Society   Announces the 2018 River Cities Excellence in Preservation Awards   This annual awards ceremony was held May 24, 2018 at the Headquarters Historic Event Center, 935 Monmouth Street, Newport, Kentucky.   The ceremony acknowledged outstanding preservation pro...


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