Lexington budget and Frisbee golf

Recently, the Lexington City Council took a look at mayor Jim Gray’s proposed budget that featured spending reduction in times of financial distress. According to an article by Beverly Fortune in the Lexington Herald-Leader yesterday, the city council made some changes. One of the changes is to provide $150,000 for a Frisbee golf addition to…

What’s on the chopping block?

This past spring during the budget showdown in Frankfort, Kentucky’s Center for Health and Family Services (CHFS) and the Department for Medicaid Services (DMS) issued a public notice warning of proposed cuts to provider reimbursements. If the governor’s plan to borrow funds from next year’s Medicaid budget was not passed, DMS threatened to cut reimbursement…

Superintendent reviews changing?

This year’s round of superintendent reviews is starting to appear and some districts seem to be providing a bit more scrutiny than they have in the past. Last year, Franklin County Schools’ superintendent Harrie Buecker received a fairly glowing review from the local school board. You can view that evaluation here. That evaluation did not…