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Age requirement for mayors - HB 112: HCS
Agricultural districts, small parcels, inclusion in - HB 253: HCA (1)
Antismoking ordinances - HB 289
Charter
county and unified local government, exemption of certain cities from - SB 78; HB 190
county government, participation in - HB 189
Cities of the fourth class or greater with track, casino gaming provisions - HB 140, 468
City
license fees, set-off against county license fees - HB 499: SFA (1),(2)
ordinances and regulations for body piercing and tattooing, health and sanitation, provide for - HB 382
Classification, Pembroke, city of the fifth class - HB 447
Collective bargaining, certain cities to withdraw from - HB 326: HFA (1),(4)
Community Emergency Relief Fund, urge increase in funding of - HR 213
Complaints against police officers - SB 169
Council and mayoral positions, minimum age requirement, lower - HB 112
County
ambulance service taxing districts, number of board members - SB 91
occupational tax offset, establish population determination date - SB 200
Electrical
inspection and licensure, local government participation in and task force on - HB 215: HFA (4)
inspection and licensure, local government participation in task force on - HB 215: HFA (5)
Elkhorn City, 100th anniversary, honor - HR 26
Federal "Secure Communities" program, required use of - HB 78
Fire
districts, ceding territory to cities with regular fire departments - HB 423
protection service, provision of post annexation. - HB 423: HCS
Firefighter, occupational disease, cancer - SB 117; HB 326
Firefighters
and EMS personnel, calculation of workers' comp wages, inclusion of scheduled overtime - HB 214; HB 214: HCA (1)
Firefighters' retirement contributions, court ordered, reimbursement program - HB 471
Firefighters totally disabled in the line of duty, CPI adjustment to insurance payments - HB 324
Firefighters,
allow cities to adopt work rules as authorized by 29 U.S.C. sec. 207 - HB 326: HFA (2)
cities may establish alternative work schedules, for - HB 326: HFA (3)
pre-existing collective bargaining agreements, preservation of - HB 189: HFA (2)
Hurstbourne Acres, reclassification - HB 287
Insurance, procurement of, requirements for - SB 208
Interstate
mutual aid agreement - SB 55; SB 55: HCS
mutual aid agreement, liability, immunity from - SB 55: SFA (1)
mutual aid agreement, requirement of city council approval when city is involved - SB 55: SCS
Kentucky
Main Street program 2012 award winners, honoring - SR 101
Main Street program, honoring - HR 113
Ky. Housing Corporation-funded multifamily housing, notification of construction - SB 120
Landowner recreational use incentive programs, authorize - SB 116
Licensing requirements, additional, forbidden of group homes - HB 122: HCS
Local
comprehensive plan, 401 facilities plan, agriculture district, factors considered for - HB 253
firearms ordinances and restrictions, limits on - SB 161; HB 290, 500
option elections, petition requirements, day of election, primary or regular election - SB 179
taxation of business, standardized tax return forms - HB 277: HCS
Members of a public entity, collective bargaining, permit for all employees - HB 492
Merged
governments, clarify non-member city and citizens rights - HB 189: SCS
governments, voting requirements for cities. - HB 190: HFA (1)
Merger of governments, additional procedures for - HB 189: HCS
Occupational
license fees, credit for city fees against county fees - HB 499: SFA (3)
license fees, limit to percentage basis - HB 478
Petition for comprehensive study, requirements for - HB 189: HFA (1)
Petitions
for local option elections, requirements for - SB 179: SFA (1)
for local referendum, requirements for - SB 123; SB 123: SFA (1)
Planning
and zoning, airport noise overlay district - HB 124, 263
and zoning, airports, relationship to planning units - HB 124: HCS
Preferential voting in elections, study of - HCR 197
Prescription drug drop off program, voluntary city participation in - HB 238
Procurement options, expanding - HB 394; HB 394: HCS
Property
tax bills, threshold amount for preparation of - HB 275
tax, amend application of HB 44 provisions - HB 48
Rates, collection of by sewer bodies, independent of cities. - SB 150
Residential
care facilities, licensing, preemption of local authority for stricter requirements - HB 122
care facilities, requests for information - HB 122: SCS
Restaurant tax, apportionment of existing - HB 445
Sale of alcoholic beverages on election days, ordinance to permit - SB 40: HFA (3),(4)
Second class, boards of zoning adjustment - HB 123
Solid waste taxing districts, collection of delinquent taxes or fees - HB 363
Taxation of business, require a standard return form for all jurisdictions - HB 277
Taxes, restaurant, eligible cities - HB 368
Taylorsville, reclassify - HB 191
Unclaimed body, cremation of - HB 107; HB 107: HFA (1),(2)
Unsolicited advertising, local governments, control of - HB 63
Utilities, franchise bidder, prohibition on recovering franchise fee through fee or surcharge - HB 41
Vehicles owned by, mandatory inspections of - HB 38
Verification of immigration status, public contracts and public agencies - HB 5
Waste Tire Working Group, add a member who is a mayor of a Kentucky city - HB 518: SFA (1)

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