Kenton County, Kentucky

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Transparency grading process

Kenton County is one of 120 counties in Kentucky.

Website evaluation

Main article: Evaluation of Kentucky county websites

This website was reviewed on December 14, 2011.

The good

  • Meeting minutes are posted.[1]
  • Budgets are posted (under "Treasurer").[1]
  • Elected officials are listed with contact information.[2]
  • Administrative officials are listed with contact information.[3]
  • Bid opportunities are posted.[4]
  • Local tax rates are posted.[5]
  • Zoning information and building permits are available.[6]

The bad


Elected officials

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.[7]

The three commissioners are Beth Sewell, Jon Draud, and Kris Knochelmann.[8]

The deputy judge executive is Mark Kreimborg. Before this position, he was mayor pro-tem of Taylor Mill.[9]

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