An employee of the Lexington-based Community Action Council alleges in court documents that she was repeatedly sexually harassed by its executive director, then retaliated against by the anti-poverty agency after she reported the unwanted advances.
Police first saw the RV after a person reported a suspicious vehicle that was parked in an area that is under development off Providence Place Parkway, police Lt. Scott May said. The person in the RV started to drive away when the officer arrived, and the officer followed.
Lexington solid waste employees told the Lexington Council Thursday that starting employees are making more than employees who have been there for a decade. The council agreed to put the issue of pay inequality into a council committee.
A three-judge panel of the Kentucky Court of Appeals has upheld a lower court’s ruling that struck Lexington 8th Council District candidate Christian Motley from the ballot. Incumbent Fred Brown is now unopposed.