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Knochelmann's First 90 Days as Judge-Executive is Topic of Business Forum

How have the first three months on the job gone for Kenton County Judge-Executive Kris Knochelmann?
 
The Republican, elected last year and taking office in January, will speak before the Covington Business Council at its monthly luncheon on Thursday.
 
Prior to being elected Judge-Executive, Knochelmann, of Crescent Springs and owner of Schneller Heating & Air, served two terms as a county commissioner.
 
Since taking office, the Kenton County Fiscal Court, as led by Knochelmann, has seen a bill pass in Frankfort that will restructure the Kenton County Airport Board, while issues related to infrastructure, a new county building, right to work, and the fight against heroin have also topped the agenda.
 
The luncheon begins with registration and networking at 11:30 a.m. with a buffet lunch preceding the program from noon to 1 p.m.  
 
The cost is $20 CBC members, $25 non-members with walk-up registration increasing $5 at each level. Registration/information:  (859) 431-1500 or www.cbcky.com.
 
-Staff report
 
Photo: Kris Knochelmann (RCN file)