Erlanger provides great leadership through programs

March 18, 2013 by  

As the third largest city in the county, Erlanger prides itself on exemplary city development and management as seen in the various efforts of the city leaders and the community, so it is no surprise that the area has a busy few months ahead of it.

The next Board of Adjustment meeting is scheduled for next Monday, March 25, at 7:00 pm at 70 Delphi Drive. A request has been made for a Dimensional Use Variance for storage building 24 x 24 in size and discussion will take place determining whether to approve this or not.

On May 18, the Kenton County Veterans Memorial 5K will kick off at 8:30 am. Proceeds will benefit the Veterans Memorial fund. It will begin at Crescent Springs Community Park.

On June 13, the Hershey Track and Field Meet is scheduled. The program is free for children between the ages of 9 and 14, and winners of each segment will have the opportunity to go on to the Bowling Green state meet on June 20. Printing companies are often involved in helping prepare print materials needed to promote and manage the event. A common order is for banner printing, as banners are usually used in advance of an event to announce it. They are often placed in high traffic areas within the region, and also used at the event for directional guidance.

For more information on any of the upcoming events, contact 859-727-2525, and the team at the city of Erlanger will be able to assist.