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1 AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT OF Kentucky 4-H Foundation 212 Scovell Hall Lexington, KY H Operations Grant $180, Agency 100%; Lump sum. Provide funds for general operation costs of the Kentucky 4-H foundation Kentucky FFA Foundation Incorporated 500 Mero Street Room 2126 Frankfort, KY FFA Operations Grant $180, Agency 100%; Lump sum. Provide funds for general operation costs of the Kentucky FFA Foundation, Incorporated. DEPARTMENT FOR NATURAL RESOURCES Multi June 01, 2016 Fire Protection - Equipment and Supplies $53, Federal 100%; Upon completion. Volunteer fire departments can participate in a federal grant to purchase fire fighting equipment. DEPARTMENT FOR PUBLIC HEALTH Cumberland River Behavioral Health Inc. July 01, P. O. Box 568 Corbin, KY Health Related $441, General 100%; Monthly. Develop and implement a statewide, comprehensive, coordinated, multidisciplinary, interagency system that provides early intervention services for infants and toddlers with disabilities and their families Department of 500 Mero Street Frankfort, KY July 01, Health Related $75, General 100%; Monthly. Pursuant to KRS , an education school nurse consultant will provide general leadership, consultation and direction to local school districts and local health departments in the provision of school health nursing services. Note: Balance Forward of PON

2 EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF Save the Children Appalachian Field Office, 126 Main Street Berea, KY September 30, st Century Community $75, Federal 100%; Provide academic, artistic and cultural enrichment opportunities to children, particularly students who attend high poverty and low performing schools, to meet state and local standards in core academic subjects; to offer students a broad array of activities that can complement their regular academic programs and promote youth development; and to offer literacy and other educational services to the families of participating children Jefferson County Board of P. O. Box Louisville, KY September 30, 2016 al Services - Homeless Children $90, Federal 100%; Provide for Homeless Funds to school districts to assure that all homeless children and youth have equal access to the same free, appropriate public education, including public preschool education; provide enriched supplemental instruction, transportation, professional development, referrals to health care, and other services facilitating the enrollment, attendance, and success in school of homeless children and youth Newport Independent Board of 30 West 8th Street Newport, KY September 30, 2016 al Services - Homeless Children $72, Federal 100%; Provide for Homeless Funds to school districts to assure that all homeless children and youth have equal access to the same free, appropriate public education, including public preschool education; provide enriched supplemental instruction, transportation, professional development, referrals to health care, and other services facilitating the enrollment, attendance, and success in school of homeless children and youth Bath County Board of 405 West Main Street Owingsville, KY August 06, $210, General 100%; 2

3 EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF Bowling Green Independent Board of 1211 Center Street Bowling Green, KY August 19, $171, General 100%; Boyd County Board of 1104 Bob McCullough Drive Ashland, KY August 19, $331, General 100%; Fayette County Board of P. O. Box Lexington, KY $878, General 100%; Jefferson County Board of P. O. Box Louisville, KY August 11, $2,508, General 100%; University of Louisville Research Foundation Jouett Hall, 2nd Floor Louisville, KY Minority Educator Recruitment $275, General 100%; Provide funding for scholarships to further the minority educator recruitment and retention grant for eligible students who enter & successfully receive an education degree Jessamine County Board of 871 Wilmore Road Nicholasville, KY August 13, $614, General 100%; 3

4 EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF Johnson County Board of 253 North Mayo Trail Paintsville, KY August 11, $550, General 100%; Kenton County Board of 1055 Eaton Drive Ft Wright, KY August 19, $265, General 100%; Lawrence County Board of 50 Bulldog Lane Louisa, KY August 19, $219, General 100%; Lewis County Board of P. O. Box 159 Vanceburg, KY $253, General 100%; Franklin County Board of 916 East Main Street Frankfort, KY August 14, $283, General 100%; Newport Independent Board of 30 West 8th Street Newport, KY $160, General 100%; Powell County Board of P. O. Box 430 Stanton, KY August 06, $334, General 100%; 4

5 EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF Trigg County Board of 202 Main Street Cadiz, KY $179, General 100%; Union County Board of 510 South Mart Morganfield, KY August 11, $215, General 100%; Provide funding to offer career and technical education programs based on occupational skill standards that support the objectives of the learning goals and academic University of Kentucky Research Foundation 172 Funkhouser Drive Lexington, KY August 14, Next Generation Learning Grant $57, General 100%; Provide funding for the next generation learning grant to facilitate the transfer of knowledge gained from NXGL demonstration sites to other P12 schools in Kentucky Mason County Board of Box 99 Limestone and 2nd Street Maysville, KY Hybrid Teacher Leader $55, Federal 100%; Provide general direction and coordinate with educational partners and school districts to develop and implement strategies for supporting teacher professional learning and engagement in the implementation of professional growth, effectiveness, and teacher leadership initiatives Morehead State University 901 Ginger Hall Morehead, KY Child Abuse Prevention $96, General 100%; Provide funds to support the continuing project of combating abuse and neglect of children Eastern Kentucky University 521 Lancaster Avenue Richmond, KY Appalachian Tutoring Project $72, General 100%; Provide post-secondary educational opportunities and information, and college support services to high school students transitioning to college with disabilities in 51 identified counties in eastern Kentucky. 5

6 EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF NKU Research Foundation Nunn Drive, Suite 616 Highland Heights, KY Kentucky Center for Mathematics EEMC $63, General 100%; Provide funding for the Erikson Early Math Collaborative (EEMC), the preschool professional learning experience that features content that will help participants learn how to spark children s mathematical learning though developmentally appropriate exploration, discussion and activity using high-impact, evidence-based strategies and children s literature which support the teaching and learning of early mathematics NKU Research Foundation Nunn Drive, Suite 616 Highland Heights, KY Kentucky Center for Mathematics - Content Coaching $79, General 100%; Provide funding to increase student achievement in mathematics and implement successful mathematics intervention by maximizing the impact of the mathematics coaching role NKU Research Foundation Nunn Drive, Suite 616 Highland Heights, KY August 31, al $128, General 100%; Provide up to 150 educators with a greater understanding of both 6th and 7th grade content and strategies for assessing and teaching that content. There will be two cohorts for 6th grade teachers and four cohorts for 7th grade teachers. Each of these cohorts will meet for nine days: a three-day summer institute followed by six days during the school-year NKU Research Foundation Nunn Drive, Suite 616 Highland Heights, KY Kentucky Center for Mathematics - Master Coach Program $53, General 100%; Provide funding for KCM to elevate the expertise and offer prestigious credentials for Kentucky mathematics coaches, deepening their capacity to influence the improvement of classroom practice, equipping them to become leaders of other coaches, and improving the teaching and learning of mathematics in grades K-8 through skillful coaching, leading to more effective teaching decisions and actions resulting in student attainment of deeper understanding and applicable knowledge. 6

7 EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF University of Kentucky MERR 127 C. Funkhouser Building Lexington, KY August 14, Minority Educator Recruitment $130, General 100%; Monthly. Provide funding for scholarships to further the minority educator recruitment and retention grant for eligible students who enter & successfully receive an education degree Western Kentucky University Research Foundation 1906 College Heights Boulevard, #11016 Bowling Green, KY Minority Educator Recruitment $140, General 100%; Provide funding for scholarships to further the minority educator recruitment and retention grant for eligible students who enter & successfully receive an education degree Southern Regional Board 592 Tenth Street NW Atlanta, GA August 24, al $119, General 100%; Provide funding for a three-year plan of work to support up to ten yet to be determined middle grades schools in Jefferson County public schools The Center for Leadership 87 C. Michael Davenport Boulevard Frankfort, KY Process and Performance Management $400, General 100%; Work with identified P-12 school districts to implement Process and Performance Management, benchmarking and best practices to empower districts to improve efficiency and effectiveness in instruction and operations. It will provide the necessary focus on process, the missing link to enable transformation change in Kentucky education system Kentucky Center for the Arts 501 West Main Street Louisville, KY August 31, Integration Academies $114, General 100%; Provide funding to train teachers across the state to integrate the arts content across disciplines, align Kentucky core academic standards with their teaching, gather evidence of student growth for program reviews and TPGES, improve instructional strategies, develop performance-based assessment models and develop resource Newport Independent Board of 30 West 8th Street Newport, KY August 16, Novice Reduction Coach $94, General 100%; Provide funding to assist with building a system of collaborative support for partners, districts and schools to assist classroom teachers in reaching the goal of reducing novice performance of all students especially those where achievement gaps have been present historically in Kentucky. 7

8 EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF Jefferson County Board of P. O. Box Louisville, KY August 10, Elementary Literacy Consultant $96, General 100%; Provide consultative services and technical assistance to local school system personnel, classroom teachers, and other state and private agencies in the area of literacy; provide technical assistance and consultative services to contracted testing companies in language arts Menifee County Board of P. O. Box 110 Frenchburg, KY School Health Services $94, Agency Restricted Funds. 100%; Ensure delivery of all school health programs and services to create a culture of health and well-being in the school environment, to provide students the opportunity to reach their maximum educational opportunity and minimize absence due to illness or chronic disease Fayette County Board of P.O. Box Lexington, KY Alternative Consultant $109, General 100%; Provide funding to assist with building a system of collaborative support for alternative programs in order to close the achievement gap through novice reduction and dual credit opportunities Jefferson County Board of P. O. Box Louisville, KY al Recovery Leader $132, Federal 100%; Provide funding to mentor and guide the principal in a persistently low achieving school as identified through the criteria set forth in No Child Left Behind, KRS , and KDE regulations with all functions relating to instructional leadership and school improvement Martin County Board of P. O. Box 366 Inez, KY al Recovery Leader $101, General 100%; Provide funding to mentor and guide the principal in a persistently low achieving school as identified through the criteria set forth in No Child Left Behind, KRS , and KDE regulations with all functions relating to instructional leadership and school improvement. 8

9 EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF Jessamine County Board of 871 Wilmore Road Nicholasville, KY Network Instructional Specialist $73, General 100%; Provide planning, facilitation, consultation and technical assistance to leadership network facilitation teams and participants, schools and districts regarding highly effective teaching and learning around the Kentucky core academic standards, pursuant to senate bill 1 (2009). ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT CABINET, OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY McCracken County Fiscal Court 301 South 6th Street Paducah, KY Consulting $60, Agency 100%; Lump sum. Provide for expenses incurred in support of Paducah Development Corporation revitalizing and reindustrializing the Paducah gaseous diffusion plant after it ceases uranium enrichment operations. FISH & WILDLIFE, DEPARTMENT OF City of Paducah August 26, South 5th Street Paducah, KY Marina Construction $910, Federal 100%; Provide funding for construction of approximately 400 foot transient boat dock, complete with fueling stations, power pedestals, water hookups, and marine sewage pump-out facilities. INFRASTRUCTURE AUTHORITY Cumberland Valley Area Development District, Inc. P. O. Box 1740 London, KY $91, General 100%; Barren River Area Development District 177 Graham Avenue Bowling Green, KY August 18, $98, General 100%; 9

10 INFRASTRUCTURE AUTHORITY Big Sandy Area Development District 110 Resource Court Prestonsburg, KY Waste Water $65, General 100%; Green River Area Development District 300 Grad Way Owensboro, KY $78, General 100%; Gateway Area Development District 110 Lake Park Drive Morehead, KY $70, General 100%; Kentuckiana Regional & Development Agency Commonwealth Drive Louisville, KY September 11, $78, General 100%; Kentucky River Area Development District 917 Perry Park Road Hazard, KY $84, General 100%; 10

11 INFRASTRUCTURE AUTHORITY Lake Cumberland Area Development District P. O. Box 1570 Russell Springs, KY $98, General 100%; Lincoln Trail Area Development District 613 College Street Road Elizabethtown, KY $84, General 100%; Northern Kentucky Area Development District 22 Spiral Drive Florence, KY $84, General 100%; Purchase Area Development District P. O. Box 588 Mayfield, KY $84, General 100%; Pennyrile Area Development District 300 Hammond Drive Hopkinsville, KY August 18, $95, General 100%; 11

12 KENTUCKY COMMISSION ON MILITARY AFFAIRS University of Louisville Research August 31, Foundation 2301 South 3rd Street Louisville, KY Impact Studies $99, Federal 100%; Monthly. Provide funding to produce an updated study, "The Importance of Kentucky's Military Installations and Related Activities" and provide a web-based, interactive application capturing changes driven by recent Department of Defense actions to state military installations. LIBRARIES & ARCHIVES, DEPARTMENT FOR University of Kentucky August 31, Mineral Industries Building Lexington, KY School Ready Libraries Program $78, Federal 100%; Monthly. Provide public library staff with a comprehensive introduction to the five domains of school readiness, which will include basic information about child development and pre- and post- tests to determine increase knowledge of school readiness. OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR, DEPARTMENT FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT Floyd County Fiscal Court 149 South Central Avenue, Suite 9 Prestonsburg, KY August 30, Equipment & Expenses $75, Coal Severance 100%; Provide funds for the Left Beaver Fire Department and Rescue Squad. Costs include construction, labor, materials and equipment to build a new facility Boone County Fiscal Court 2950 Washington Burlington, KY June 30, 2017 Recovery Center $250, Federal 100%; Provide funds for the Brighton Recovery Center for Women (Recovery Kentucky) Caldwell County Fiscal Court 100 East Market Street Princeton, KY December 31, 2017 Housing Project $1,000, Federal 100%; Provide funds for the Bright Life Farms Housing project Lewis County Fiscal Court 112 Second Street, Room 201 Vanceburg, KY December 30, 2017 Sewer Upgrades $1,000, Federal 100%; Provide funding for the Lewis County sewer district #1 sewer plant upgrades and line extension Phase IV project. 12

13 OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR, DEPARTMENT FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT Barren River Area Development District 177 Graham Avenue Bowling Green, KY Development $213, Federal 38.45% General 61.55%; Provide funding to assist the area development districts with technical assistance for Kentucky regional and local planning and development services Northern Kentucky Area Development District 22 Spiral Drive Florence, KY Development $260, Federal 32.68% General 67.32%; Provide funding to assist the area development district with technical assistance for Kentucky regional and local planning and development services City of Columbus P.O. Box 17 Columbus, KY December 31, 2017 Housing Rehabilitation $1,000, Federal 100%; Provide funds for the Scattered Site Housing Rehabilitation project Gateway Area Development District 110 Lake Park Drive Morehead, KY Development $171, Federal 45.83%; General 54.17%; Provide funding to assist the area development districts with technical assistance for Kentucky regional and local planning and development services City of Arlington P. O. Box 399 Arlington, KY December 31, 2017 Housing $1,000, Federal 100%; Provide funding for a scattered site housing rehabilitation project FIVCO Area Development District 32 Fivco Court Grayson, KY Development $201, Federal 39.74%; General 60.26%; Provide funding to assist the area development districts, by providing technical assistance for Kentucky regional and local planning and development services Purchase Area Development District P. O. Box 588 Mayfield, KY Development $206, Federal 42.16% General 57.84%; Provide funding to assist the area development districts, by providing technical assistance for Kentucky regional and local planning and development services. 13

14 OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR, DEPARTMENT FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT City of Madisonville August 12, Trail Construction $100, Federal 100%; City Hall Madisonville, KY June 30, 2017 and Facilities Provide funding to construct 1.65 miles of trail, trailhead and trailside facilities in the Mahr Park City of Pikeville 243 Main Street Pikeville, KY August 11, Water & Sewer Project $1,380, Coal Severance 100%; Provide funding for the completion of the Marion Branch Water and Sewer project to serve the Marion Branch industrial park. Project costs include engineering, geotechnical, legal, environmental, inspection and construction costs City of Paducah P. O. Box 2267 Paducah, KY June 30, 2017 Four Rivers Recovery Center $250, Federal 100%; Provide funding for the Four Rivers Recovery Center (Recovery Kentucky) project Cumberland Valley Area Development District P. O. Box 1740 London, KY Development $208, Federal 32.65%; General 67.35%; Provide funding to assist the area development districts with technical assistance for Kentucky regional and local planning and development services City of Park City P. O. Box 304 Park City, KY August 20, December 31, 2016 Senior Center $500, Federal 100%; Provide funding for the Park City senior center project Monroe County Fiscal Court 200 North Main Street, Suite C Tompkinsville, KY August 20, December 31, 2016 Fire Station $500, Federal 100%; Provide funding for the Monroe County fire station project Butler County Fiscal Court P. O. Box 626 Morgantown, KY August 20, December 31, 2016 Senior Center $500, Federal 100%; Provide funding for the Butler County senior center. 14

15 OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR, DEPARTMENT FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT Big Sandy Area Development District 110 Resource Court Prestonsburg, KY Development $194, Federal 40.44%; General 59.56%; Provide funding to assist the area development districts with technical assistance for Kentucky regional and local planning and development services Green River Area Development District 300 Gradd Way Owensboro, KY Development $219, Federal 38.75% General 61.25%; Provide funding to assist the area development districts with technical assistance for Kentucky regional and local planning and development services Henderson County Fiscal Court 20 North Main Street Henderson, KY County Projects $132, Coal Severance 100%; Provide funds for county projects. Costs include labor, materials and equipment for construction projects: Finley addition septic and sewer lines; granite wall for the women's honor court and medal of honor war memorial; fairgrounds riding arena relocation; concession stand and press box finishing and upgrades; architectural costs for new Smith Mills Fire Department; community foundation unrestricted endowment fund to assist nonprofit organizations; and equipment and employee expansion economic assistance to Gibbs Die Casting Union County Fiscal Court P. O. Box 60 Morganfield, KY August 25, County Projects $447, Coal Severance 100%; Provide funds for county projects. Costs include training, travel, office supplies, salaries and utilities for the 911 center; ambulance services; debt service on road equipment and paving projects; levee construction debt service; and energy efficiency debt service on county buildings; and labor, materials and equipment for road repairs Pennyrile Area Development District 300 Hammond Drive Hopkinsville, KY August 25, Assistance $214, Federal 39.32% General 60.68%; Provide technical assistance for Kentucky's regional and local planning and development services. 15

16 OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR, DEPARTMENT FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT City of Pembroke P. O. Box 162 Pembroke, KY August 31, December 31, 2017 Housing Rehabilitation $1,000, Federal 100%; Provide funding for the Pembroke scattered site housing rehabilitation project Johnson County Fiscal Court 338 Second Street Paintsville, KY September 07, Equipment Purchase $75, Coal Severance 100%; Provide funding to the Johnson County Fiscal Court for the road department. Costs include purchase of three county trucks with equipment. STATE POLICE, DEPARTMENT OF Kentucky Medical Service 729 South Limestone Lexington, KY Medical $57, General 78.87%; CVE Road Funds 21.13%; Provide funding for medical examinations as mandated by 502 KAR 45:

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