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911 service charge, collection agent other than phone provider, local government designation - SB 82
Adopt charter county government, modify procedure - HB 131
allow certain agencies to opt out of participation in the state health plan - HB 431
certain agencies may opt out of participation in the state health plan - SB 112; HB 138: SCA (3)
remove employer contribution and health care reimbursement for reemployed retirees - HB 212
county governments, administration of ad valorem taxes - HB 94
county governments, include in recall provisions for ad valorem taxes - HB 131: HFA (4)
county merger commission, membership - HB 131: HFA (1)
Charter, county governments, ad valorem taxes, compensating tax rate and recall provisions - HB 94
Child-care centers, evacuation plan, requirement for - SB 161
opt out, charter county government, merger commission process - HB 131: HFA (2)
tax collection, procedures - HB 186
tax collection, PVA's preliminary property assessment provided to city - HB 186
Collective bargaining agreements, Recognition of - SB 80: SFA (1)
Community rehabilitation programs, purchases from, preference for - SB 147; SB 147: SCS
local government, budget process and mayor's duties - SB 80: SCS
local governments, legislative powers, audits and investigations - SB 118
local governments, mayor's duties and powers in - HB 517
Coroners, unclaimed bodies, cremation, prohibition of for same - HB 58: HFA (1)
Counties, county employees retirement system, definition of seasonal position - HB 204
clerk's fee for keeping a record of the stray certificate, reinstate existing amount for - HB 418: HCA (1)
consolidation, process for - HB 233
Employees Retirement System, definition of "seasonal employee" - HB 204: HCS
Employees Retirement System, establish 10 year phase-in to fully fund retiree health benefits - HB 117
ordinances, procedure for enactment and amendment - HB 187
ordinances, procedures for amendment, publication and enactment - HB 187: SFA (1)
Court house facilities, provision of by counties - HB 80
Department for Local Government, reorganization, Executive Order 2008-509 - HB 326
Development fees - HB 250
Direct a study of the current system for reporting and paying local taxes - HCR 135
Division of Mine Permits, Local Government Economic Development Fund, transfer to - SB 177
Dog, cat release, mandate spay/neuter before - HB 240
development fund, use of - SB 178
recovery moneys, spending of, urge local governments to buy American - HCR 147
days alcoholic beverages, permit delivery of - HB 128: HCS
days, alcoholic beverages, unless permitted by local government, prohibit sale of - HB 128
911, revenues and fees, study of - SB 82: SCS
911, revenues and need for state board, study of - SB 82: HCS
a fee for a justice of the peace to issue a stray certificate, permit local governments to - HB 418: HCA (1)
a reasonable fee for keeping stray equines, authority to - HB 418
Explosives, storage of, prohibit in certain areas in a consolidate local government - SB 18
protection boundaries, study of - HCR 79
station closures, Louisville/Jefferson County Metro - HR 27
subdistricts, dissolution and governance of - HB 357
Firefighters totally disabled in line of duty, CPI adjustment to insurance payments - HB 1
Formation of fire protection districts with optional ambulance service, requirements - HB 234
Gross revenues and excise tax fund, hold-harmless amount, increase - HB 341
Health boards, composition of - HB 109
Home rule, allow for pool safety regulations - HB 29
Infrastructure projects, CTL facilities, priority funding for - HJR 116
Junction City, fifth to forth class - SB 38
Kentucky Infrastructure Authority, Kentucky Municipal Utilities Association, membership for - SB 20
Government Economic Assistance Fund, balances in, investment of - HB 286
Government Economic Development Fund, administration of - HB 203
Mayor of consolidated local government's duties and powers - SB 80
Municipal Utilities Association, Kentucky Infrastructure Authority, membership on - HB 305
Occupational license taxes, definition of Internal Revenue Code - HB 87: HCS
Officers, oaths, remove two-year denial of office penalty for failure to take oath under KRS 62.010 - HB 161
Ordinances or regulations regulating body piercing and tattooing, prohibition of - HB 241
Permission for video lottery terminal games at approved tracks - HB 158
and zoning, subdivision of land for agricultural purposes, definition of new street - HB 447: HCS
and zoning, subdivision, definition of - HB 447
Prisoners working community-service-related projects, nonreligious requirement, deletion of - SB 31
firefighters, physical agility test - HB 150
firefighters, supplement, wages, overtime - SB 46
infrastructure and highway construction - SB 15
referendum for charter county formation - HB 131: HFA (3)
referendum procedure for charter county formation - HB 131: HFA (5),(6)
transportation infrastructure authority, local input to - HB 102
Radon exposure, policies minimizing exposure of, encouragement of - HCR 171
Real property owned by air board having scenic easements, length of covenant - HB 127
tourism and infrastructure development fund, provision for - HB 158: HCS
wastewater commissions, authority to join - HB 422
Require 50% of tax on wages to be remitted to city/county of residence - HB 448
Sadieville, Scott County, from sixth to fifth, reclassification of - SB 38: SCS
Service fee, county attorney notice for alleged theft by deception - HB 390
county clerk and PVA moving office to require vote - HB 35: HFA (1)
county clerk and PVA require vote to move offices - HB 35: HFA (2)
county clerk, and PVA, allow offices in areas other than county seat - HB 35
county clerks, PVA offices in areas other than county seat - HB 35: HCS
Souvenir retail liquor licensees, hours and days of operation, local ordinance, establishment by - SB 144
Spending of economic recovery moneys, local governments urged to buy American - HCR 144
Succession within consolidated local government - SB 119
base coordination agreements between cities and counties - HB 442
increment financing, preferences for Kentucky firms - HB 543
United States and Kentucky flag purchases, require manufacture in the United States - SB 33
Urban-county government, benefits during layoffs for police and fire employees - SB 16
Video lottery terminals, county referendum on placement of - HB 32

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