Kenton County, Kentucky
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This website was reviewed on December 14, 2011.
- Meeting minutes are posted.
- Budgets are posted (under "Treasurer").
- Elected officials are listed with contact information.
- Administrative officials are listed with contact information.
- Bid opportunities are posted.
- Local tax rates are posted.
- Zoning information and building permits are available.
- County audits are not online.
- Contracts are not posted.
- The site does not disclose if the county belongs to government sector lobbying associations.
- Information on how to make a public records request is not provided on the site.
In Kenton County, there is an executive judge, three commissioners, and a deputy judge executive.
As of June 2011, the executive judge is Steve Arlinghaus. He was elected in November 2010 for a four-year term. Judge Arlinghaus previously served in local government as a City Councilman in Ft. Mitchell for 6 years and also served as a Kenton County Commissioner for 5 years prior to being elected to the County’s highest elected executive position.
The three commissioners are Beth Sewell, Jon Draud, and Kris Knochelmann.
The deputy judge executive is Mark Kreimborg. Before this position, he was mayor pro-tem of Taylor Mill.
- Kenton County Website
- Kenton County Schools
- Kenton County on Epodunk
- Kenton County on FreedomKentucky (dead link)
- Kenton County, "Documents," accessed December 14, 2011
- Kenton County, "Fiscal Court," accessed December 14, 2011
- Kenton County, "County Administration," accessed December 14, 2011
- Kenton County, "Procurement," accessed December 14, 2011
- Kenton County PVA "Tax Rates," accessed December 14, 2011
- NKOnestop Accessed December 14, 2011
- Executive Judge
- County Commissioners
- Deputy Judge Executive