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Fiscal Court Meeting; Be Prepared for Extreme Heat: What's Happening In Your Boone County

Here’s what’s been happening in Your Boone County. This issue includes:

  • The Boone County Fiscal Court will hold its last regular business meeting of the fiscal year on Tuesday, June 18 at 5:30 p.m.
  • Be prepared for extreme heat over the next several days.
  • Trash for Cash helps non-profit organizations raise money and keeps our streets clean.

Fiscal Court Meeting: Tuesday, June 18 at 5:30 p.m.
This coming Tuesday, June 18 will be the Fiscal Court’s last regularly scheduled business meeting for the fiscal year. (The county operates on a fiscal year calendar, which runs June-July.) The agenda includes:

  • Review and approval of several year-end resolutions to renew annual contracts and services.
  • Continued discussion around medical cannabis business operations.
  • A second reading of the FY 2025 county budget. After the second reading, the budget ordinance will be published and submitted to the Department for Local Government by June 28. (Learn more about the county budget process.)
  • A resolution relating to the Boone County Administrative Code, which essentially acts as an employee handbook and helps guide Fiscal Court operations.
  • Resolutions to award bids for construction equipment (including a skid steer and dump truck) to be used by the Public Works department.

Review the entire agenda.

The public is invited to attend in person or watch from home:

Be Prepared for Extreme Heat
Temperatures are expected to stay in the 90s next week and into the weekend. Heat indexes are predicted to crack triple digits. Stay cool with these tips:

  • Drink plenty of water.
  • Stay indoors as much as possible.
  • Take pets outside in the morning or late in the evening.
  • Cover windows or shades with drapes.
  • Go to naturally occurring cool places, such as the library or shopping malls.
  • Wear loose, lightweight, light-colored clothing.
  • Learn the signs of heat exhaustion and stroke. (Learn more from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).)

If you must be outside, remember:

  • Try to plan for heavy exertion activities in the morning or evening hours, when it’s cooler.
  • Wear a wide-brim hat.
  • Wear sunscreen.
  • Drink plenty of water.
  • Take frequent breaks in the shade or a cool place.
  • Monitor yourself and others for signs of heat-related illnesses.
  • Check in with colleagues or friends who are also out in the heat.

Learn more about extreme heat at

Raise Funds for Your Non-Profit Organization
Pick up litter from the roadside and help your non-profit group earn money! Federally recognized 501(c )3 organizations (including school groups, churches and non-profits) can raise $100/centerline mile cleaned. (A centerline mile means both sides of the streets.) Groups can raise as much as $500.

Here’s what you need to know:

  • Applications are accepted April 1-September 30.
  • Your organization must be a 501c3 and have a W-9 form.
  • Apply online.

Have a question? Call Boone County Solid Waste at 859-334-3151.

Please note Trash for Cash is funded through a state grant and is not supported by County tax dollars.



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