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Transparency grading process

Bath County is one of 120 counties in Kentucky. Owingsville is the county seat.

Website evaluation

Main article: Evaluation of Kentucky county websites

This website was reviewed on December 11, 2011.

The good

  • County officials are listed with contact information.[1]
  • A search for "open records" gives a first result of a state page with thorough information on the Kentucky Open Records Act and how to make public records requests.[2]

The bad

  • Budget is not provided.
  • Information is not available on meetings, building permits and zoning, and local taxes.
  • County audits and contracts are not online.
  • The site not disclose if the county belongs to government sector lobbying associations.


External links

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