Representatives of the Frankfort Plant Board presented a rebate check to Frankfort Independent Schools that represents savings the school system will see because of a new electricity contract negotiated by the municipal utility.
Frankfort Plant Board attorneys have laid out their legal case for why plans to replace the controversial Tanglewood reservoir should go forward.
The latest proposal from the Frankfort Plant Board to replace an aging water reservoir appears to be dead in the water.
Initial talks are underway in what officials expect would be a “win-win deal” to bring the city of Midway into the fold as a Frankfort Plant Board (FPB) water customer.
After a failed compromise plan by a minority of Frankfort Plant Board directors last week, the majority that squashed the proposal approved its version of a compromise on the Tanglewood reservoir project.
Frankfort Plant Board directors Tuesday narrowly defeated a motion to redesign the Tanglewood reservoir project in an effort to gain support from neighbors and city commissioners.
Editor's note: This article was corrected on Tuesday morning to say "Rebecca Ruth" instead of Ruth Hunt Candies.
A plan to ease restrictions on open alcohol containers on downtown streets during designated hours will be discussed by the Frankfort City Commission during its July work session Monday.
After failed attempts to negotiate a resolution of the controversial Tanglewood reservoir project outside of a courtroom, the Frankfort Plant Board has picked up litigation efforts where they left off in a lawsuit against the city of Frankfort.
The Frankfort Plant Board's water staff has determined that the Kentucky River can still provide treatable water for drinking after a fire at a Jim Beam warehouse on McCracken Pike Wednesday morning.
Editor's note: This story was updated at 11:38 a.m. June 19 to correct that the estimated savings from the Frankfort Plant Board switching to Kentucky Municipal Energy Agency (KyMEA) is $4.8 million. This update also reflects that operating expenditures decreased and that the water departmen…