Muldraugh, West Point city officials receive training awards
The Kentucky League of Cities recognized Muldraugh City Clerk/Treasurer Caroline Cline, Muldraugh Planning and Zoning Chairman Karie Lykins, West Point Councilman Richard Ciresi and West Point Code Enforcement Board member Matty Hartley with KLC Level I awards for Achievement in City Governance.
The recognitions are part of KLC City Officials Training Center, a voluntary education program. City officials complete education levels by attending KLC events and submitting outside educational credit from other municipal training.
“Training is a key part of any operation, and local government is no exception,” said KLC Executive Director and CEO J.D. Chaney. “The large number of city officials who take part in our COTC program each year is indicative of the dedication they have to quality governance at the local level. We appreciate the many participants in the program and congratulate these Muldraugh officials for reaching a key level of distinction.”
The Level I Achievement in City Governance award requires a city official to attend 30 hours of approved training with one hour of ethics training.