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911 Transition takes effect 3/1/13 at 10 a.m.
When residents dial 911, it will now ring at the Kenton County Emergency Communications Center.  Residents of Ludlow, Bromley, Park Hills, and Fort Wright should not notice any changes in service when they call for Police, Fire, or EMS services after 10 a.m. this morning. Ed Butler, director of Kenton County’s consolidated dispatch cent...


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Attention Residents: 911 Fee Charges On Your Phone Bill We have received many calls concerning 911 fees appearing on residents' bills that were to be removed as of January 1, 2013. Please do not be alarmed if the 911 Fees have show up on your January bill. Since Cincinnati Bell has so many customers, not all of the bills are printed a...


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Posted in: Community
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Click here for a video presentation regarding the Riverfront Commons project.    
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Posted in: 2013
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The City of Ludlow has enlisted the services of Strategic Advisers to create a Strategic Plan for Economic Development and Communications.  The final draft of this document was presented at the City Council Caucus meeting on November 27, 2012.  The final draft may be viewed below.  If you have questions or comments regarding the Stra...


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Posted in: 2012
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Posted in: 2012
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The City of Ludlow is seeking a Brownfields Hazardous Substances Cleanup grant in the amount of $200,000 from the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for the former Barker Fine Colors building at 38 Elm Street, Ludlow, KY. If awarded, the City will use grant funds to conduct cleanup of hazardous substances at the property.  It...


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