Lake Cumberland Housing Agency, Inc. was established in 1975, providing 40-years of housing services to the lake Cumberland region. The mission of their agency is to provide safe, decent, and affordable housing to area residents. LCHA works with over 100 local landlords in Pulaski County to provide rent subsidies to qualifying households. Additionally, LCHA owns and manages properties in Somerset and Pulaski County and works with local vendors for supplies and services to maintain those properties. More information may be obtained by contacting the administrative office at 270-343-4740.
The Shepherds Watch is a groundbreaking program that has been implemented to help deter crime and assist our local police agencies solve crimes more quickly by partnering with our local community. When a crime is committed …. time is of the essence. The longer a crime goes unsolved, the higher the chance it stays unsolved. By identifying the location of current video surveillance cameras throughout Pulaski County, crimes can be solved at a higher rate of speed by local police agencies. Security cameras are known to be one of the best tools that police have available to them when they’re seeking to investigate cases. Law enforcement has used cameras to help solve crimes ranging from drunk driving to kidnapping and murder. Enrolling your camera not only helps deter crime, but assists our local police departments in their overall crime prevention strategy in our neighborhoods. Enrollment Enrolling is simple and only takes about 10 minutes to complete the steps. You will provide basic information and tell us where your cameras are located. There is no cost associated with enrolling and is completely voluntary. Please note … the police depatrment will NOT have remote access to your cameras and your participation may be deleted at any time by […]
Shepherds Watch Crime Prevention Program
You’re cordially invited to attend our upcoming Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon on Tuesday, October 6th. We are excited to host President of the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education, Dr. Aaron Thompson as our guest speaker. Dr. Aaron Thompson is a passionate advocate for higher education. As a first-generation college student from rural Clay County, Kentucky, he experienced first-hand the transformative power of a college credential. As President of the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education, he works to ensure all Kentuckians have an equal opportunity to improve their lives through postsecondary education. Before taking the helm of CPE, Thompson served as interim president of Kentucky State University and as executive vice president, provost, and faculty member at Eastern Kentucky University. He has extensive leadership experience within the private and non-profit sectors and is a highly sought-after national speaker. Dr. Thompson has authored or co-authored numerous books and peer-reviewed publications on diversity, cultural competence, first-year experience programs, retention, and student success, among other topics. In 2019, he was inducted into the Kentucky Civil Rights Hall of Fame. Lunch will be held at The Center for Rural Development and will begin at 12:00 (Noon). Please make your plans to attend this very interesting luncheon.
October 6th Chamber of Commerce Monthly Luncheon
2020 Trick-or-Treat Schedule Somerset, Pulaski County Saturday, October 31st City of Somerset – 6:00pm – 8:00pm City of Burnside – 6:00pm – 9:00pm City of Ferguson – 6:00pm – 9:00pm City of Science Hill – 6:00pm – 9:00pm City of Eubank – 6:00pm – 9:00pm Pulaski County – 6:00pm – 9:00pm