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The Elkhorn City Area Heritage Council met with Mountain Resource Management Group on Thursday to discuss ideas on improving tourism in Elkhorn City. Partner of MRMG Stephanie Stratton mentions their focus will be on the Railroad Museum, but also the local bridges and beaches. State Representative Chris Harris states that Elkhorn City has so much potential and that as a community working together, they will do some really great things.
Frankfort, KY — The schedule for the 2020 Regular Session of the Kentucky General Assembly has been approved by legislative leaders. The session will convene on January 7th and adjourn April 15th. It is expected to last 60 legislative day, the maximum allowed by the state constitution in even-numbered years. Lawmakers will not convene on January 20th in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day or on February 17th in observance of President’s Day. March 2nd will be the final day that House bills can be introduced, and March 3rd will be the final day for the introduction of Senate bills. Bills that have been introduced by these deadlines will be able to continue moving through the legislative process until the session adjourns. The veto recess, the time in which lawmakers return to their home districts to await possible gubernatorial vetoes of legislation, will be from April 2-13. Lawmakers will return to the Capitol on April 14 and 15 for the final two days of the session.