Solicitation for fuel vendors
Blue Grass Community Action Partnership is seeking fuel vendors for the subsidy/crisis components of LIHEAP. Vendors are needed for fire wood, coal, kerosene and fuel oil. The time frame for delivery is 18 hours for a household in a life-threatening situation and 48 hours for a household in a non life-threatening situation.
For more information, call Donna Linton at (859) 236-2955.
Lift of boil water advisory
As of 9:10 a.m. Monday, the City of Crab Orchard has lifted the boil water advisory for its water customers. This advisory was due to a recent waterline break, which had the potential to allow contamination to enter the water system. All sample testing has come back clean of contaminants and is safe to drink.
Burgin holds clean-up day
The fall clean-up day in Burgin will be Friday. Regular trash is to be set out as usual. Extra trash must be set at the curb. Rempke cannot accept the following: tires, batteries, liquid waste (paint, oils, etc.), medical waste, hazardous waste or freon-containing appliances. Brush or tree limbs must be in bundles no longer than four feet and no heavier than 50 pounds.
Danville Urban Renewal and Community Development Agency, Section 8— 11 a.m. Wednesday at 471 Walnut St. Items on the agenda include: review of utility allowance schedule; review of payment standard, and old and new business.
Highland Elementary School Council — 3:45 p.m. Wednesday, special called meeting at in the library to review principal applications.
Danville Dance Coalition — 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Community Arts Center for the first meeting. Organizers want to work with schools and community organizations to further dance in the area by creating a collaboration of dancers, teachers and choreographers. Individuals or businesses who might be interested in working to expand dance opportunities in the region are invited to attend. For more information, call (808) 639-0175 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lincoln County Board of Adjustments — 1 p.m. Oct. 31 at the Lincoln County Courthouse, basement floor. Items to be discussed include: public hearing for conditional use permit application requested by matthew Yoder and Allen Byler, to operate a family-owned and operated business (country kitchen, wood products, housewares, etc) on 60-acre farm located at 5920 Ky. 643 in Waynesburg. Property is currently zoned Agricultural 1.
The two public lectures by David Anthony are offered 7:30 p.m. today at Newlin Hall at the Norton Center for the Arts, and 4:10 p.m. Wednesday in Newlin Hall. The dates were incorrectly published on Oct. 16.
Anthony is professor of anthropology at Hartwick College in New York. Today, he will speak on “Horseback Riding, Chariots, and Ancient Warfare.” Wednesday, Anthony will speak on “The Origins of the Indo-Europeans.”
Both events are free and open to the public.