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47.3
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43.6
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KND
6.15
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KR
20.44
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38.05
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18.61
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65.23
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UPS
118.34
-0.02
-0.02%
 
XRX
33.09
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YUM
76.21
+0.01
+0.01%
 
AFAM
46.65
+0.1
+0.21%
 
AMZN
1006.34
+3.4
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BGC
22
+0.3
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CHDN
209.05
+0.4
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CSVI
48.2
0.00
0.00%
 
CSX
52.84
+0.01
+0.02%
 
CTBI
47.3
+0.3
+0.64%
 
F
12.12
+0.07
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43.6
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+1.28%
 
GE
23.36
+0.38
+1.65%
 
GM
45.76
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HUM
237.17
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-0.24%
 
IR
91.3
-0.02
-0.02%
 
KND
6.15
+0.15
+2.50%
 
KR
20.44
-0.86
-4.04%
 
LMT
318.94
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SYBT
38.05
+0.1
+0.26%
 
TPB
18.61
-0.02
-0.11%
 
TPX
65.23
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TXRH
50.18
+0.23
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UPS
118.34
-0.02
-0.02%
 
XRX
33.09
+0.08
+0.24%
 
YUM
76.21
+0.01
+0.01%
 

Gov. Bevin makes appointments to Kentucky boards and commissions

FRANKFORT, Ky. (Sept. 15, 2017) — Gov. Matt Bevin has made the following appointments to Kentucky Boards and Commissions:

John Fritz Giesecke and Katie L. Moyer have been appointed to the Agricultural Development Board.

  • John Fritz Giesecke, of Horse Cave, is a farmer. He will represent the Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation and serve for a term expiring July 6, 2021.
  • Katie L. Moyer, of Dawson Springs, is an agribusiness representative. She will represent active farmers and serve for a term expiring July 6, 2021.

The Agricultural Development Board is comprised of 15 members, 11 of whom are appointed by the Governor. The Board was created in 2000 and serves to distribute 50 percent of the state’s monies received from the Masters Settlement Agreement for the general purpose of agricultural development within the Commonwealth. The Board invests these funds into innovative proposals to increase net farm income and effect tobacco farmers, tobacco-impacted communities and agriculture across the state by stimulating markets for Kentucky agricultural products, finding new ways to add value to Kentucky agricultural products, and exploring new opportunities for Kentucky farms.

Joe Allen Carpenter, Jarred Ball, Rebecca Gillis, Dana Jenkins, Mike Haney, Dr. Brian Houillion, Charles Robert Smith, Edward J. Meiman III, James Bradford Schwandt, Col. Michael Blaine Hedges, Chris Skates, Lt. Col. Steven Long, Larry Christopher Taylor, McKenzie Benkner, Justin Cooper, Lt. Gov. Jenean Hampton, Michael Dossett, Henry Bertram, Gregg Martin Bayer, Richard Payne, Ronnie Lee Day, Joseph Michael Bosse, Douglas Tackett, Ryan Martin Halloran and Michael Alan Jones have been appointed to the Kentucky Emergency Response Commission.

  • Joe Allen Carpenter, of Springfield, is an insurance adjuster with ARMtech Crop Insurance. He will represent local government and serve for a term expiring April 17, 2018.
  • Jarred Ball, of McKee, is an executive advisor with the Kentucky Office of Homeland Security. He will represent persons with technical expertise in the emergency response field and serve for a term expiring April 17, 2018.
  • Rebecca Gillis, of Frankfort, is a division director with the Kentucky Department for Public Health. She will represent health services and serve for a term expiring April 17, 2018.
  • Dana Jenkins, of Pleasureville, is a program coordinator with the Kentucky Department of Agriculture. She will represent the Department of Agriculture and serve for a term expiring April 17, 2018.
  • Mike Haney, of Lawrenceburg, is State Fire Marshal for the Commonwealth. He will represent the State Fire Marshal and serve for a term expiring April 17, 2018.
  • Dr. Brian Houillion, of Frankfort, is a special assistant to the Secretary of the Kentucky Public Protection Cabinet. He will represent persons with technical expertise in the emergency response field and serve for a term expiring April 17, 2018.
  • Charles Robert Smith, of Prospect, is CEO of The Shield, LLC. He will represent industry and serve for a term expiring April 17, 2018.
  • Edward J. Meiman III, of Louisville, is director of Louisville Metro Emergency Management. He will represent persons with technical expertise in the emergency response field and will serve for a term expiring April 17, 2018.
  • James Bradford Schwandt, of Louisville, is an aircraft maintenance manager with UPS. He will represent industry and serve for a term expiring April 17, 2018.
  • Col. Michael Blaine Hedges, of Frankfort, is executive director of the Kentucky Commission on Military Affairs. He will represent persons with technical expertise in the emergency response field and serve for a term expiring April 17, 2018.
  • Chris Skates, of Lawrenceburg, is a communications advisor for the Office of the Governor. He will represent environmental interests and serve for a term expiring April 17, 2019.
  • Lt. Col. Steven Long, of Versailles, is a trooper with the Kentucky State Police. He will represent Kentucky State Police and serve for a term expiring April 17, 2019.
  • Larry Christopher Taylor, of Versailles, is an environmental scientist consultant with the Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection. He will represent the Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet and serve for a term expiring April 17, 2019.
  • McKenzie Benkner, of Somerset, is CEO of McTrigger Inc. He will represent industry and serve for a term expiring April 17, 2019.
  • Justin Cooper, of Fordsville, is a volunteer firefighter. He will represent local government and serve for a term expiring April 17, 2019.
  • Lt. Gov. Jenean Hampton, of Frankfort, is Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky. She will represent the Office of the Lieutenant Governor and serve for a term expiring April 17, 2019.
  • Michael Dossett, of Louisville, is director of the Kentucky Division of Emergency Management. He will represent the Kentucky Division of Emergency Management and serve for a term expiring April 17, 2018.
  • Henry Bertram, of Falmouth, is a former judge/executive of Pendleton County. He will represent local government and serve for a term expiring April 17, 2018.
  • Gregg Martin Bayer, of Georgetown, is battalion chief with the Lexington Fire Department. He will represent persons with technical expertise in the emergency response field and serve for a term expiring April 17, 2018.
  • Richard Payne, of Owensboro, is emergency management specialist for Owensboro Health Regional Hospital. He will represent local government and serve for a term expiring April 17, 2018.
  • Ronnie Lee Day, of Morehead, is executive director of the Kentucky Fire Commission. He will represent the Kentucky Commission on Fire Protection, Personnel Standards and Education and serve for a term expiring April 17, 2018.
  • Joseph Michael Bosse, of Corydon, is a safety, health and environmental specialist with E.I. DuPont. He will represent industry and serve for a term expiring April 17, 2018.
  • Douglas Tackett, of Pikeville, is director of Pike County Emergency Management. He will represent persons with technical expertise in the emergency response field and serve for a term expiring April 17, 2018.
  • Ryan Martin Halloran, of Frankfort, is an attorney with the Kentucky Office of Attorney General. He will represent the Kentucky Office of Attorney General and serve for a term expiring April 17, 2018.
  • Michael Alan Jones, of Lawrenceburg, is a Kentucky Department of Military Affairs representative. He will represent persons with technical expertise in the emergency response field and serve for a term expiring April 17, 2019.

The Kentucky Emergency Response Commission is charged with developing policies related to the response of state and local governments to releases of hazardous substances and developing standards of planning for these events. It also develops reporting requirements for those who manufacture, use, transfer or store these substances. The group provides information to the public concerning hazardous substances within the communities, develops training requirements and establishes requirements for local governments and covered facilities to exercise plans related to hazardous substance response.

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