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  • Writer's pictureEmily Hatton

Stay in the Loop: Your Guide to Watching & Engaging in Boone County's Fiscal Court Meetings




Have you ever wondered how decisions are made about our community's budget, infrastructure, and services? Who is setting policy, enacting ordinances, approving the budget and voting on all fiscal matters that effect a variety of direct and indirect county services including roads, public safety, parks and recreation, human services, and more?


The Boone County Fiscal Court! Join us for our next meeting, happening tomorrow on February 20th, 2024.


In this video, Commissioner Brewer shows us how to get the most out of the meeting, whether you prefer to participate live, stay informed remotely, or catch up on past discussions.


Get Live & Interactive:

  • Attend the Meeting: On February 20th, head to the Fiscal Court Room on the 1st Floor Administration Building located at 2950 Washington Street in Burlington, KY at 5:30pm and witness the discussions firsthand.

  • Watch the Livestream: Can't make it in person? No worries! Tune in to the live stream available on the Boone Country Community Access Livestream and follow along in real-time.

Dive into the Details:

  • Review the Agenda: Get a head start by checking out the official agenda, typically posted the Friday before the meeting on the Agenda Link. This will give you an overview of the topics being addressed.

  • Explore Past Meetings: Curious about previous discussions? The Fiscal Court Minutes page provides access to recordings of past Fiscal Court meetings, allowing you to catch up on decisions and ongoing issues.


Make Your Voice Heard:


Stay Informed Beyond the Meeting:

  • Subscribe to Updates from Commissioner Brewer: Sign up for The Commissioner Corner newsletter to receive regular updates on Fiscal Court news and what's going on around Boone County

  • Follow Social Media: Stay connected with the County on social media platforms like Facebook or Twitter for announcements, summaries, and community discussions.


I hope this information is helpful for you to help you stay informed about what's going on in Boone County. See you at our next meeting!

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