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6th Annual REALTORS® Hope for Homeless
Friday, April 28th - Sunday, April 30th

If you would like more information about this event,
please call (270) 781-1623 or email



January 18, 2017
January 26, 2017
Instructor: Virginia (Ginny) Lawson 3 hours law AND 3 PLE Mandatory (Agency) This class covers common problems that licensees run into understanding and following the license law and regulations. We will discuss the statutes and regulations, READ MORE


Tuesday, January 10, 2017

The Warren County Division of Stormwater Management is constantly striving to meet the requirements of our Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Permit issued to the county by the KY Division of Water and the federal Environmental Protection Agency.  Those requirements include tasks such as creating environmental education programs to increase community awareness, reviewing site plans for appropriate design standards and conducting onsite inspections to ensure permit compliance.  These MS4 Permit conditions further require that the inspection process include “escalating enforcement remedies to respond to issues of non-compliance” per KYG20 Part II.B.4.b.iii.  This is certainly not the preferred method for our staff to use as an enforcement tool, but it is required and must be utilized when necessary.  Also, as our stormwater program further develops we want to ensure that clear communication and cooperation between our staff and the regulated community remains a priority.  The summary below outlines standard enforcement documents you may see issued from our department as well as inspection procedures that accompany those documents:

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

With holiday preparations underway like decorating, baking, and making plans with loved ones, other important to-dos can fall to the wayside, such as pest-proofing the home. Yet, many classic fall and winter pests, like rodentsspiders and cockroaches are moving indoors, causing contamination, diseases, property damage and allergies.

To avoid infestations, the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) encourages homeowners to pest proof their homes against these uninvited houseguests.


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