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Bromley, KY 41016

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Amanda Moore is stepping down from the Code Enforcement Board after many years of service, The City of Bromley would like to offer her its gratitude and wish her well on her future endeavours.
Anyone interested in being nominated to fill the vacant position should contact and attend the next meeting.

Poll Workers Needed for 2014 Elections

The Kenton County Board of Elections is looking for poll workers for the PRIMARY ELECTION BEING HELD ON TUESDAY, MAY 20, 2014.
A poll worker must be 18 years of age or older, reside in Kenton County and be a registered voter in Kenton County by Election Day, Tuesday, May 20th. The polls are be open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Poll workers must report to their assigned polling place by 5:15 a.m.

If interested, please contact either:
Democratic Representative: Terry Poindexter
Republican Commissioner: Eileen Wendt-Moser
There is a mandatory training session prior to the election. Poll workers will receive $20.00 for the training class and $125.00 for working the election.

Bromley Hosts Annual Event In Recognition Of Fallen Vets

The Annual Ludlow-Bromley Memorial Day Parade and Ceremony will be held on Monday, May 26. The theme of this enduring event is “Remembering those who paid the ultimate sacrifice” including fallen Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, and Marines from Ludlow, Bromley, and West Covington.

The line-up of vehicles, participating groups, and individuals walking the parade route starts forming at 10:00 am. There will be several coordinators on the corner of Carneal and Elm to organize all participants. The parade itself kicks-off promptly at 11:00 a.m. from the corner of Elm and Carneal Streets. The parade route takes the participants west on Elm Street where it stops at the Veteran’s Memorial in Ludlow’s Memorial Park. The parade then proceeds south on Helen Street to Oak and ends at the Bromley War Memorial where this year’s Memorial Ceremony takes place.

Included in the ceremony is the Pledge of Allegiance, invocation, placement of wreaths, introduction of the Grand Marshall, recognition of the veterans present, a guest speaker, benediction, and the playing of taps.

The Bromley Fire Department will host a reception following the ceremony. Need more information? Interested in participating in the parade? Contact Bromley Mayor Dave Radford at 859-760-3841 or email

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. To find out what you can do to help, visit:

River Sweep 2014 is Saturday June 21

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We are looking for volunteers to help clean-up along the river bank bordering the city from 9am until noon starting from the end of Steve Tanner St. If you are interested in helping out, please email Greg Rechtin, or call (859) 652-3512.

Beginning in January, 2014, City Council will hold a Caucus Meeting on the third Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the City Building for the first six months of 2014. The Caucus meeting will be informal and will be for the purpose of discussion of specific city improvement projects such as the park renovation and street repairs and allows Council to hear from citizens regarding such matters. No final action shall be taken at any Caucus Meeting.

A compost area has been established at the north end of Rohman St., beyond the Pleasant View Baptist Church. This area is available for residents to use dispose of yard waste and other compostable items, provided they adhere to appropriate guidelines. Details of compostable materials are available here.

With Spring approaching we are again asking citizens to be aware of any trash or organic material that may accumulate in the gutters and street around your property and helpful in removing it as this could cause problems with the storm water drains that the city maintains.

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Forms: See the "Find a Form..." dropdown at the top left.

Property tax bills are mailed on July 1st and are delinquent after August 15th.

City stickers for vehicle renewals are due when the tax is paid at the County Clerk's office and is $11.00.

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