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regular meeting of the hopkinsville, kentucky city council
REGULAR MEETING OF THE HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY CITY COUNCIL
101 NORTH MAIN STREET, COUNCIL CHAMBER, LACKEY MUNICIPAL BUILDING
October 02, 2012 at 6:00 PM
AGENDA
01.
02.
03.
04.
05.
06.
07.
08.
09.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
CALL TO ORDER
INVOCATION (Ward 11)
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
ROLL CALL
AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS
A. Swear In HPD Officers Andre Jacobs and Travis Shown (D. Kemp)
B. Recognize Citizen (C. Sumner)
PUBLIC COMMENTS
MAYOR COMMENTS
REPORTS FROM OFFICERS, COMMITTEES, AND GUEST SPEAKERS
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
A. September 18, 2012 Special Called Meeting
ORDINANCES
A. Ordinance 08-2012 Regulate Smoking in Enclosed Public Places and Work Places (First
Reading - Summary)
B. Ordinance 15-2012 Amend FY 12-13 Capital Budget (First Reading)
C. Ordinance 16-2012 Prohibit Use of Compression Brakes (First Reading)
MUNICIPAL ORDERS
A. Municipal Order 42-2012 Authorize Contract for 9th & Campbell Street Project
B. Municipal Order 43-2012 Amend MO 67-06, Employee Handbook (Seasonal Employees)
C. Municipal Order 44-2012 Amend MO 67-06, Employee Handbook (Military Leave)
D. Municipal Order 45-2012 Amend Job Classification Plan (Operations/Patrol Sergeant)
E. Municipal Order 46-2012 Declare Property Surplus and Authorize Disposal
OTHER
COUNCIL MEMBER COMMENTS
ADJOURNMENT (Ward 11)
Hopkinsville enhances the lives of its citizens and encourages opportunities
through service, development and education.
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September 18, 2012
A special called meeting of the City of Hopkinsville City Council was held Tuesday,
September 18, 2012 at 6:30 p.m. in the Lackey Municipal Building Council Chamber.
INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:
Councilman Dossett opened the meeting with the invocation. Mayor Kemp then led the
Pledge of Allegiance.
ROLL CALL:
Presiding Officer:
J. Daniel Kemp, Mayor
Councilmen:
Honorable Don Ahart
Honorable Patricia Bell
Honorable Cornelia Belle
Honorable Phillip Brooks
Honorable Ann Cherry
Honorable Jimmy Dossett
Honorable Peggy Rogers Everett
Honorable Wesley Grimes
Honorable Charlie Henderson
Honorable Paul Henson
Honorable Kimberly McCarley
Absent:
Honorable Marby Schlegel
Also present:
Christine Upton, City Clerk
Glenn Abee, City Administrative Officer
H. Douglas Willen, City Attorney
Guy Howie, Police Chief
Michael Seis, Police Captain
Clayton Sumner, Police Captain
Eric Bleidt, Deputy Fire Chief/Training
Thomas Wolf, Public Works Director/Engineer
Terry Rudd, Street Department Superintendent
Robert Martin, Chief Financial Officer
Joe Grace, IT Director
Josh Jones, Communications Systems Specialist
Steve Bourne, CDS Director
AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS:
Recognize Trash for Cash Recipients – Danny Stewart, Trash for Cash Coordinator, reported
current totals for the Trash for Cash Program. Mayor Kemp then presented checks to Christian
Faith Temple, Lane Tabernacle CME Church Youth, Good Shepherd Church Ushers, and
Holiness Church of Deliverance.
Recognize Citizens – Chief Howie recognized James Barton for assisting Officer Sibal with
subduing an individual resisting arrest.
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Recognize Recently Promoted HPD Sergeant Michael Platero – Chief Howie introduced
Michael Platero. Mayor Kemp then administered the Oath and a family member pinned his
insignia.
Recognize HPD Captain Michael Seis – Chief Howie introduced Michael Seis and recognized
Captain Seis for graduating from the Northwestern University School of Police Staff and
Command.
PUBLIC COMMENTS:
Mark Stevens, James Bruce Convention Center Executive Director and Pennyrile Area
Hospitality Association representative, spoke in favor of the original smoking ordinance.
William Joe Everett, 529 Southwind Drive, spoke in support of a smoking ban in all
public places.
Josh Arnall, 909 Gary Lane, requested Council vote on the smoking issue when all
members were present. He also request Council not limit personal freedoms unjustly.
Russell Fleming, 3977 Tanglewood Drive, supported people’s choice to smoke.
Buddy Oglesby, 605 Las Vegas Drive, requested City Council take action to provide
PEG channels to AT&T U-verse customers.
Kevin Meacham, 113 Academy Drive, thanked the City for supporting Trot for Troops
and Salute Ft. Campbell week.
MAYOR COMMENTS:
Mayor Kemp announced several upcoming events.
REPORTS FROM OFFICERS, COMMITTEES, AND GUEST SPEAKERS:
Monthly Financial Statement – Mr. Martin presented the August financial statement.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES:
Councilman Henson moved to approve the minutes of the September 4, 2012 regular
meeting; seconded by Councilman Bell. There being no discussion, all Councilmen present
voted aye.
ORDINANCE 08-2012 REGULATE SMOKING IN ENCLOSED PUBLIC PLACES AND WORK
PLACES (FIRST READING – SUMMARY):
Prior to reading of the ordinance, Councilman Henson moved to postpone the item to the
next meeting; seconded by Councilman Grimes. Following discussion, the motion passed by
roll call vote with all Councilmen present voting aye except Councilmen Ahart, Brooks,
Henderson, Everett, and McCarley who voted nay.
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MUNICIPAL ORDER 41-2012 APPOINT DILAPIDATED STRUCTURE HEARING PANEL
MEMBER:
Ms. Upton read Municipal Order 41-2012 appointing SonJanita Jordan to fill the
unexpired term of Michael Venable. Moved for adoption by Councilman Henderson; seconded
by Councilman Henson. There being no discussion, Municipal Order 41-2012 passed by voice
vote with all Councilmen present voting aye.
EXECUTIVE ORDER 35-2012 HUMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION APPOINTMENT:
Ms. Upton read Executive Order 35-2012 appointing Larry Lynch to fill the unexpired
term of Bryan Wimbleduff. No Council action was required.
COUNCIL MEMBER COMMENTS:
None.
ADJOURNMENT:
Councilman Dossett gave the Adjourning Thought.
Councilman Bell moved to adjourn at 7:25 p.m.; seconded by Councilman Everett. All
Councilmen present voted aye.
Minutes approved at the City Council meeting held on the _______ day of ___________,
2012.
PRESIDING OFFICER:
J. Daniel Kemp
Mayor
ATTEST:
Christine F. Upton, MMC
City Clerk
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ORDINANCE 08-2012
AN ORDINANCE REGULATING SMOKING IN ENCLOSED PUBLIC PLACES
AND WORK PLACES, ESTABLISHING CIVIL FINES
FOR VIOLATION AND ESTABLISHING ENFORCEMENT PROCEDURES
SUMMARY
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF
HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, AS FOLLOWS:
By Summary, Ordinance 08-2012 provides as follows:
SECTION ONE
A. DECLARATION OF PUBLIC POLICY
In order to eliminate exposure of the public and workers in work places to secondhand
smoke and to reduce the harmful health effects of such exposure to secondhand smoke, the
regulation of smoking in public places and work places is required in the interests of public
health, safety and welfare of the citizens and workers of the City.
B.
DEFINITIONS
This section sets forth definitions of certain words used in the ordinance.
C.
PUBLIC PROHIBITIONS AND EXCEPTIONS
This section prohibits smoking within any building or enclosed area that is open to the
public, or any work place, that has been designated by the owner or operator as a smoke-free
establishment, including public transportation vehicles, or any City owned and/or insured
vehicle.
The prohibition does not apply to the following locations, provided smoke does not
infiltrate into areas where smoking is prohibited: (a) any dwelling, unless the dwelling is also
used as a childcare facility, adult day care center or health care facility. This exception does
not extend to the lobby, common restrooms, common hallway, common elevator, or other
common areas; (b) any room used for psychological treatment of nicotine addiction by a
licensed healthcare professional; (c) a retail tobacco store; (d) indoor smoking areas provided in
county, state, or federal governmental office buildings of workplaces; (e) tobacco warehouses;
(f) a rental room or hall being used by a person or group for a private social function that is not
open to the public; or (g) a performer as a part of a theatrical production.
This section does not prevent an owner, operator, manager, or other person having
control of an establishment from prohibiting smoking completely in such place, no person shall
fail to abide by such a private prohibition.
Nothing in this section shall authorize smoking in any place where it is otherwise
prohibited by statute, ordinance, regulation, or order of the Fire Marshal.
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D.
REMOVAL OF ASHTRAYS REQUIRED; POSTING OF SIGNS
This section provides that all ashtrays shall be removed from any area where smoking is
prohibited.
The owner, lessee, principal manager or person in control of a building or
establishment subject to this ordinance shall post “No Smoking” signs, or “Smoking Allowed”
signs, depending on the designation of the owner or operator thereof.
E.
DUTY TO ENSURE COMPLIANCE
This section sets forth the policies to ensure compliance by smokers to refrain from
smoking in any no-smoking area. No owner, lessee, principal manager or person in control of a
building or establishment in a building shall fail (1) to ask smokers to refrain from smoking in any
no-smoking area, and (2) to use any other legal means which may be appropriate.
No owner, lessee, principal manager, proprietor or any other person is control of a
business shall fail to ensure compliance with this ordinance by subordinates, employees and
agents.
F.
SMOKING NEAR BUILDING ENTRANCES PROHIBITED
This section provides that smoking shall be prohibited within a reasonable distance from
the outside entrance to any “smoke-free” building or establishment.
G.
RETALIATION PROHIBITED
No person or employer shall discharge, refuse to hire or in any manner retaliate against
an employee, applicant for employment or customer because that employee, applicant or
customer exercises any rights afforded by this ordinance.
H.
ENFORCEMENT AND PENALTIES
This section provides in its entirety as follows:
1.
The provision of this ordinance may be enforced by the Code of
Ordinance Enforcement Board established in Section 33.180 et seq., or in the alternative, the
Christian County District Court, as a misdemeanor and/or violation. The decision on whether
enforcement shall take place with the Code Enforcement Board or the Christian County District
Court shall be at the City’s discretion.
2.
Any person who violates any provision of this ordinance shall be guilty of
a violation and shall be subject to a fine. A first offense under this chapter shall result in a fine
not greater than $100. A second offense shall result in a fine of not greater than $150. All other
offenses shall result in a fine of not greater than $300. Each day that a violation continues shall
constitute a separate offense.
3.
Persons who smoke in an area where smoking is prohibited and who
refuse to extinguish their smoking material when asked may be required to leave the premises
and shall be subject to prosecution for criminal trespass if they do not leave when asked.
4.
Violations of this ordinance are declared to be a public nuisance which
may be abated by the City by restraining order, preliminary and permanent injunction or other
means provided by law. The City may recover the reasonable costs of any court enforcement
action seeking abatement of this nuisance.
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SECTION TWO
If any section, subsection, sentence, clause, or phrase of this ordinance is held
unconstitutional or otherwise invalid, such infirmity shall be affect the validity of the remaining
portions of this ordinance.
SECTION THREE
Any and all existing ordinances inconsistent with this ordinance are hereby repealed.
SECTION FOUR
This ordinance shall take effect after January 1, 2013 after its passage and publication
according to law.
The full text of this Ordinance is on file in the office of the undersigned City Clerk of the
City of Hopkinsville at 101 North Main Street, Hopkinsville, Kentucky, where it is available for
public inspection between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
ORDINANCE 08-2012 SUMMARY
AMEND CHAPTER 93, GARBAGE, TRASH, AND WEEDS
PUBLICLY READ AND PASSED FIRST TIME:
PUBLICLY READ AND PASSED SECOND TIME:
APPROVED:
J. Daniel Kemp
Mayor
ATTEST:
Christine F. Upton, MMC
City Clerk
I, H. Douglas Willen, hereby certify that I am an Attorney licensed to practice law in the
Commonwealth of Kentucky, that my office is located at 317 West Ninth Street,
Hopkinsville, Kentucky 42240. I further certify the foregoing Summary of Ordinance 082012, of the City of Hopkinsville, Kentucky, was prepared in accordance with the
requirements of KRS 83A.060(9), and that the foregoing Summary is a true and accurate
summary of the contents of said Ordinance.
___________________________________
H. Douglas Willen
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ORDINANCE 15-2012
AMENDING THE CITY OF HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, ANNUAL CAPITAL EQUIPMENT
AND PROPERTY REPLACEMENT BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR JULY 1, 2012 THROUGH
JUNE 30, 2013 BY ESTIMATING REVENUES AND RESOURCES AND APPROPRIATING
FUNDS
WHEREAS, on September 20, 2012, the Committee of the Whole forwarded a capital
budget amendment to City Council to provide funding in an amount not to exceed $26,900 for
replacement of a Public Works Department vehicle.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF
HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY AS FOLLOWS:
SECTION ONE
The Fiscal Year 2012-2013 Capital Equipment and Property Replacement Budget of the
City of Hopkinsville is hereby amended as follows:
REVENUES
Transfers from General Fund
$ 1,165,000
Prior Year Revenue
Total Revenues
32,392
58,542
$ 1,197,392
$ 1,223,542
EXPENSES
Police Department
$
339,582
Fire Department
Public Works
Other
122,426
15,000
720,384
41,150
Total Expenses
$ 1,197,392
$ 1,223,542
Revenues in Excess of Expenses
$
$
0
0
SECTION TWO
The Mayor and/or City Administrative Officer are hereby authorized to enter into any
contracts or agreements necessary to acquire capital equipment within the allocations listed in
this ordinance.
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SECTION THREE
If any section, subsection, sentence, clause, or phrase of this ordinance is for any
reason held unconstitutional or otherwise invalid, such infirmities shall not affect the validity of
the remaining portion of this ordinance.
SECTION FOUR
Any and all existing ordinances inconsistent with this ordinance are hereby repealed.
SECTION FIVE
This ordinance shall take effect after its passage and publication according to law.
____________________________________________________________________________
ORDINANCE 15-2012
AMEND FY 2012-2013 CAPITAL EQUIPMENT
AND PROPERTY REPLACEMENT BUDGET
PUBLICLY READ AND PASSED FIRST TIME:
PUBLICLY READ AND PASSED SECOND TIME:
APPROVED:
J. Daniel Kemp
Mayor
ATTEST:
Christine F. Upton, MMC
City Clerk
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ORDINANCE 16-2012
AN ORDINANCE PROHIBITING USE OR OPERATION OF ANY ENGINE BRAKE,
COMPRESSION BRAKE OR MECHANICAL EXHAUST DEVICE
WHEREAS, on September 20, 2012 the Committee of the Whole forwarded an
ordinance to City Council to address complaints received from citizens regarding loud braking.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF
HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY AS FOLLOWS:
SECTION ONE
(A) It shall be unlawful for the driver of any vehicle to use or operate or cause to be used
or operated any engine brake, unmuffled compression brake or mechanical exhaust
device designed to aid in the braking or deceleration of any vehicle which results in a
noise disturbance, except on limited-access highways. This prohibition shall not
apply to personnel of the City who are driving vehicles related to providing
emergency services or any driver of a vehicle who is responding to an emergency
event.
(B) A noise disturbance means any sound which:
1. Endangers or injures the safety or health of humans or animals;
2. Annoys or disturbs a reasonable person of normal sensitivities; or
3. Endangers or injures personal or real property.
(C) Any person who violates any provision of this section shall be subject to a fine of not
less than fifty dollars ($50.00) nor more than five hundred ($500.00) for each offense.
SECTION TWO
If any section, subsection, sentence, clause, or phrase of this ordinance is held
unconstitutional or otherwise invalid, such infirmities shall not affect the validity of the remaining
portions of this ordinance.
SECTION THREE
All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict with this ordinance are hereby repealed.
SECTION FOUR
This ordinance shall take effect after its passage and publication according to law.
Ordinance 16-2012
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ORDINANCE 16-2012
PROHIBIT ENGINE BRAKES, COMPRESSION BRAKES OR MECHANICAL EXHAUST
DEVICE
PUBLICLY READ AND PASSED FIRST TIME:
___________ _
PUBLICLY READ AND PASSED SECOND TIME:
______________
APPROVED:
J. Daniel Kemp
Mayor
ATTEST:
Christine F. Upton, MMC
City Clerk
Ordinance 16-2012
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CHRISTINE F. UPTON, MMC
CITY CLERK
CITY OF HOPKINSVILLE
KENTUCKY
42240
101 N. MAIN STREET
(270) 890-0210
FAX (270) 890-0213
TDD (270) 887-4287
www.hopkinsvilleky.us
MUNICIPAL ORDER
42-2012
October 2, 2012
Upon recommendation from the Long-Range Planning & Coordination Committee,
Hopkinsville City Council authorizes the Mayor to execute a contract with M2D Design
Group for design and construction services for Phase II of the 9th & Campbell Street
Corridor Project. Said contract shall be in an amount not to exceed $61,000 and shall
be paid for with grant funds under the TE-2009 award and/or matching funds provided
by the City’s Grant Matching Fund account.
PASSED AND APPROVED THIS
DAY OF
2012.
ATTEST:
Christine F. Upton, MMC
City Clerk
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CHRISTINE F. UPTON, MMC
CITY CLERK
CITY OF HOPKINSVILLE
KENTUCKY
42240
101 N. MAIN STREET
(270) 890-0210
FAX (270) 890-0213
TDD (270) 887-4287
www.hopkinsvilleky.us
MUNICIPAL ORDER
43-2012
October 2, 2012
WHEREAS, on September 20, 2012 the Committee of the Whole forwarded the
attached amendment to the Employee Policies and Procedures Handbook to City
Council for consideration.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDERED, Hopkinsville City Council hereby amends
Section II(B), Types of Employees, of the Employee Policies and Procedures Handbook
adopted by Municipal Order 67-2006, by adding a new paragraph as attached.
PASSED AND APPROVED THIS _______ DAY OF ________________ 2012.
ATTEST:
Christine F. Upton, MMC
City Clerk
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7.
Seasonal or Temporary Employees
Employees hired for a limited number of months during a calendar year.
Seasonal employees work no more than seven calendar months in a year.
Temporary employees work no more than 9 months of a calendar year.
Seasonal/Temporary employees receive no benefits including vacation leave,
sick leave, holiday pay, retirement, etc.
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CHRISTINE F. UPTON, MMC
CITY CLERK
CITY OF HOPKINSVILLE
KENTUCKY
42240
101 N. MAIN STREET
(270) 890-0210
FAX (270) 890-0213
TDD (270) 887-4287
www.hopkinsvilleky.us
MUNICIPAL ORDER
44-2012
October 2, 2012
WHEREAS, on September 20, 2012 the Committee of the Whole forwarded the
attached amendment to the Employee Policies and Procedures Handbook to City
Council for consideration.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDERED, Hopkinsville City Council hereby amends
Section VI(F), Military Leave Policy, of the Employee Policies and Procedures
Handbook adopted by Municipal Order 67-2006, as attached.
PASSED AND APPROVED THIS _______ DAY OF ________________ 2012.
ATTEST:
Christine F. Upton, MMC
City Clerk
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F.
Military Leave Policy
The City of Hopkinsville supports employees serving in the Armed Forces of the United States.
This service may be Active Duty, Guard, Reserves, or the Commissioned Corps of the Public
Health Service and may be voluntary or involuntary.
The City shall provide a maximum of 1521 paid calendar days per federal fiscal year to any
employee serving in an authorized component of the above mentioned services as outlined in
KRS 36.140, and KRS 61.394, and KRS 61.396 (a fiscal year is October 1 of one year to
September 30 of the following year). The City shall pay the equivalent of two consecutive
normal workweeks of pay. Any unused military leave in a federal fiscal year shall be carried
over to the next year. Any unused military leave shall expire 2 years after it has accrued. The
City follows the specific guidelines of the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment
Rights Act (USERRA).
Any employee in a qualifying service commitment shall be given all rights as outlined by
federal and state law. Any employee called to serve shall be required to continue to pay any
healthcare premiums they are currently required to pay. The employee shall not be required
to use vacation leave. The employee is responsible for paying the premiums on any voluntary
benefit programs such as short or long-term disability,or cancer insurance, etc. in which they
participate.
An employee called to active duty shall not continue to accrue holiday, vacation, or sick leave.
However, any time the employee has accrued shall not be lost due to the absence of the
employee. The employee shall have all available leave balances placed in abeyance until the
employee returns from active duty. The employee shall then be given ample time to use any
leave available to ensure they are “made whole” per USERRA.
Contact the HR Department for additional information concerning specific rights under
USERRA, KRS 61.394, KRS 61.396 or KRS 36.140.
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CHRISTINE F. UPTON, CMC
CITY CLERK
CITY OF HOPKINSVILLE
KENTUCKY
42240
101 N. MAIN STREET
(270) 890-0210
FAX (270) 890-0213
TDD (270) 887-4287
www.hopkinsvilleky.us
MUNICIPAL ORDER
45-2012
October 2, 2012
Pursuant to the City of Hopkinsville Compensation Plan, codified as Chapter 30 of the
Hopkinsville Code of Ordinances, Hopkinsville City Council authorizes the Job
Description Manual and Job Classification Plan be amended to remove the
Operations/Patrol Sergeant job within the Police Department from the list of approved
job positions.
PASSED AND APPROVED THIS
DAY OF
2012.
ATTEST:
Christine F. Upton, MMC
City Clerk
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Job Classification of City Employees – excluding Hopkinsville Police
Department employees assigned to Emergency Communications
Center (ECC)
GRADE 1
Facilities Maintenance Specialist
GRADE 2
Receptionist
GRADE 3
Clerk
GRADE 4
Secretary I
GRADE 5
Animal Control Officer
Secretary II
Street Maintenance Worker I
Law Enforcement Facilities Officer
Groundskeeper Trainee
GRADE 6
Equipment Operator I
Groundskeeper I
Secretary III
Deputy City Clerk Trainee
Welder
Street Maintenance Worker II
GRADE 7
Equipment Operator II
Groundskeeper II
Street Maintenance Worker III
Public Safety Officer
Grade 8
Deputy City Clerk I
Equipment Operator III
Street Maintenance Worker IV
Groundskeeper III
Executive Secretary
GRADE 9
Administrative Assistant
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Accounting Clerk
Revenue and License Specialist
Firefighter Trainee
Automotive/Truck Technician I
Payroll Specialist
GRADE 10
Deputy City Clerk II
Patrol Officer Trainee
Automotive/Truck Technician II
Labor Crew Leader
GRADE 11
Firefighter
Manager of Accounting
Manager of Revenue and Licenses
Accounting System Analyst
Master Automotive/Truck Technician
Recreation Programs Coordinator
Police Procurement & Facilities Officer
Crime Scene Technician
GRADE 12
Assistant City Clerk
Assistant Street Department Superintendent
Cemetery Manager
Firefighter/EMT
Firefighter/Paramedic
Canine (K-9) Patrol Officer
Patrol Officer
Special Investigative Unit (S.I.U.) Officer
Lead Maintenance Technician
Detective
GRADE 13
Procurement Specialist
Revenue Enhancement Officer
Detective Corporal
Patrol Corporal
Evidence Corporal
Administrative Coordinator
GRADE 14
Fire Prevention and Public Education Officer
Fire Lieutenant
Detective Sergeant
Patrol Sergeant
Special Investigative Unit (S.I.U.) Sergeant
Operations/Patrol Sergeant
GRADE 15
Safety & Training Coordinator
Detective Lieutenant
Patrol Lieutenant
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GRADE 16
Police Captain
Fire Captain
Communications Systems Specialist
GRADE 17
City Clerk, CMC
Human Resources Officer
Fire Battalion Chief
GRADE 18
Patrol Major
Operations Major
Uniformed Services Major
Support Services Major
Deputy Chief
Deputy Fire Chief/Operations
Deputy Fire Chief/Training
City Grounds Maintenance Superintendent
Street Department Superintendent
Parks and Recreation Superintendent
Service Center Superintendent
Safety & Training Manager
Budget Officer
GRADE 19
City Clerk, MMC
GRADE 20
Public Works Director
Police Chief
Fire Chief
Information Technology Director
GRADE 21
None
GRADE 22
Chief Financial Officer
Public Works Director/Engineer
GRADE 23
None
GRADE 24
City Administrative Officer
CONTRACT
City Administrative Officer
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Job Classification of Hopkinsville Police Department employees
assigned to Emergency Communications Center (ECC)
GRADE 1
Communication Technician Trainee
GRADE 2
Communication Technician I
GRADE 3
Communication Technician II
GRADE 4
Terminal Agency Coordinator (TAC)
GRADE 5
Communication Shift Supervisor
GRADE 6
Assistant Communication Section Supervisor
GRADE 7
Communication Section Supervisor
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CHRISTINE F. UPTON, MMC
CITY CLERK
CITY OF HOPKINSVILLE
KENTUCKY
42240
101 N. MAIN STREET
(270) 890-0210
FAX (270) 890-0213
TDD (270) 887-4287
www.hopkinsvilleky.us
MUNICIPAL ORDER
46-2012
October 2, 2012
WHEREAS, the attached list of property was purchased by the IT Department for use in
the Public Works, Administration, Police, and Fire Departments; and
WHEREAS, said list of items are obsolete, in need of repair exceeding current value,
and/or of no value to the City in delivering public services.
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT ORDERED, Hopkinsville City Council hereby declares the
items listed on Exhibit A surplus property and authorizes the Mayor to dispose of said
items by methods available in KRS 82.083.
PASSED AND APPROVED THIS
DAY OF
2012.
ATTEST:
Christine F. Upton, MMC
City Clerk
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EXHIBIT A
MANUFACTURER
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HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
HP
Canon
IBM
Dell
CRT
Impression
Dell
Dell
ULTRAK
Dell
Custom PC
Compaq
Dell
Custom PC
Custom PC
Dell
Dell
Dell
Dell
Dell
MODEL
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1200 series
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sdgob-0305-01
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NPR39787
7225-F80
E771P
NB1701
MA-1450
M781P
E771P
K03140
8MM
SR1303WM
GX 620
GX 270
GX 260
GX 270
GX 270
GX 270
SERIAL NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
usbf024363
Printer
my8cb351w0
Printer
my6bd611gk
Printer
my620j73gb
Printer
my739711cg
Printer
my4cg3b0g5
Printer
cn0132r047
Printer
cn0152q0br
Printer
usbc005105
Printer
my85a241wv
Printer
my2av291sj
Printer
my71pk722p
Printer
cn02p4q087
Printer
my87b680j3
Printer
my71tk70k6
Printer
th18b136yl
Printer
cnfl095723
Printer
my6aek75kx
Printer
cnbjc19243
Printer
sg0ac110f4
Printer
my62fj81tn
Printer
my56d3b0q7
Printer
my28f1b26c
Printer
A2DK0R-27276-FA-E Copier
10-FB18D
Server HDD x8
MX-0419TG-47801-22P-C3B9
Monitor/CRt
U46I201282
Monitor/CRt
H79MA-1450
Monitor/CRt
MX-06C046-47801-15B-H16V
Monitor/CRt
MX-0819ET-47801-12J-H02D
Monitor/CRt
8020275
Monitor/CRt
G24MFI
Server HDD x3
Desktop x1
CNH4521B07
Desktop
4CG42B1
Desktop
Desktop x1
Desktop x1
9X116P51
Desktop x1
7MWRT11
Desktop x1
2677J31
Desktop
DSX9X41
Desktop x1
9GCVD41
Desktop x1
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