Land Water Conservation Fund
LAND AND WATER CONSERVATION FUND 2019 Grant Application Under the Land and Water Conservation Fund Act of 1965 (Public Law 88-578), citizens are afforded the opportunity to express their views concerning the recreational needs of their community. To provide a forum for discussion, an open meeting is being held on:
WEDNESDAY-MAY 29, 2019 BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 6:00 P.M. TO 7:30 P.M.
AT THE BROMLEY CITY BUILDING
226 BOONE STREET
BROMLEY, KY 41016
SPONSORED BY: Bromley Mayor and Bromley City Council Members
The specific purpose of this special Council meeting is to discuss: Matters pertaining to the grant application for the Bromley park. No other matters are to be discussed at this special meeting. Anyone with a significant supporting or opposing view is invited to voice that opinion at this meeting or in writing to: Land and Water Conservation Fund Program; Governor's office; Department for Local Government; 1024 Capital·Center Drive; Suite 340; Frankfort, Kentucky 40601 within two (2) weeks of the date of the meeting.
Code Enforcement Notice
Effective July 1, 2018 all complaints related to blight or code issues will be handled by PDS ( Planning and Development Services of Kenton County). All complaints MUST be submitted through the city using the Department of Code Enforcement Violation Form. Complaints can also be dropped in the mailbox at the city building.
PDS will also handle the issuance of building permits including HVAC permits. Besides enforcing code and blight complaints PDS will also enforce our local zoning ordinances, the Kentucky Building Code, National Electric Code and the International Property Maintenance Codes.
The building permits as well as the fee schedules can be found at pdskc.org.
Please share this info with anyone who does not have internet access.
A Message from Steve Hensley Director of Homeland Security/Emergency Management:
Attached below is some information that may be helpful to you and your residents, as we address the recent flooding issues throughout our communities. For those of you that haven’t declared a State of emergency, I would suggest that you do so that just in case we are successful in meeting our threshold for FEMA purposes. The public assistance whitepaper attached below will explain the Public assistance process in more detail. In order for us to receive FEMA assistance we need to meet our threshold ,which is calculated at approximately 600.000 dollars of Uninsured Loss ( Per-capita X 368.00).
Individuals and Households Assistance Program
The Public Assistance Program - White Paper
The Flood Claim Process
PER CAPITA THRESHOLDS EFFECTIVE until OCTOBER 1, 2018
The Mayor of Bromley, the Bromley Fire Department and Emergency Management is closely monitoring the rising flood waters. In the event that evacuations become necessary the City will be utilizing the city building for a shelter. The Mayor has secured cots and blanket from the Red Cross.
Earlier today the Mayor released the following:
I, Mike Denham, Mayor of the City of Bromley, on 2/23/2018 declaring a state of emergency should the conditions worsen with the river flooding requiring immediate action.
Mayor Mike Denham
Please contact the Mayor or the Fire Chief with concerns.
Q: Why has SD1 implemented a regional storm water management program.
A: SD1, at the direction of local leaders and with the help of citizen focus groups, developed a Regional Storm Water Management Program to comply with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) storm water regulations, operate and maintain the public storm sewer systems and protect our waterways from polluted storm water runoff.
News Release - December 2017
City of Bromley, Kentucky Receives Liability Grant for Sidewalk Replacement
“We use every opportunity to make our city safer,” said Mayor Mike Denham, referring to the $750.00 grant that the City of Bromley, Kentucky was recently awarded by the Kentucky League of Cities Insurance Services (KLCIS).
The grant will be used for sidewalk replacement.
Mayor Denham said that, in these uncertain times, grants such as this one are a practical way to make our budget go further, as well as provide avenues that will enhance public safety.
KLCIS helps members increase public safety with a number of proactive programs and services.
Kentucky League of Cities Insurance Services has awarded an excess of $4 million since the Liability Grant Program started in 1999. The awarded funds will go toward vehicle back-up cameras, defensive driver training, police accreditation fees, crumb rubber, engineered wood fiber or pea gravel for playground cushioning materials, new playground equipment to replace old equipment, sidewalk replacement and sewer backup prevention.
“Our philosophy is to prevent injuries and claims from happening,” says Jon Steiner, executive director/CEO. “We want to partner with our members, and this liability grant promotes good risk management. There is no better way to invest our member’s money.”
KLCIS provides liability grants to its members annually. As Kentucky’s largest municipal insurance program, KLCIS provides a full range of affordable liability, property, workers’ compensation and other products to municipalities. In addition, the Kentucky League of Cities offers employee benefits programs, financial services, training and education, policy and development, legislative advocacy, information technology and legal services.