Taylor Mill Notes: Administrator Celebrates 20 Years; 2 Overdose Deaths Reported
Taylor Mill City Administrator Jill Bailey celebrated her 20th year working with the city and received a plaque presented by Mayor Dan Bell, the City Commission, and the other city staff members on hand at the Taylor Mill City Commission meeting on Wednesday night.
“Jill has been involved in just about everything that has happened in Taylor Mill in the last 20 years and not only has she managed the city finances very well, but she has also managed various personnel issues that came up over that course of time. Her expertise in city planning has led us to a number of great opportunities,” Bell said.
Attorney Sharif Abdrabbo will resign as Taylor Mill’s appointee on the Kenton County Code Enforcement Board in November and will be replaced by Brian Haney. Mayor Bell said that Abdrabbo has taken a new position that will require a lot of his time. Haney contacted the Mayor indicating his interest in taking over for Abdrabbo and was voted in by the Commission..
There were two drug-related deaths that Taylor Mill EMTs responded to in the month of September, the police department reported. Both were dead on arrival.
Leland Drive, Colonial Court, and Wischer Drive will be paved on Friday or Monday.
The new Taylor Mill Police SUV is in service and is issued to Specialist Tim Bailey.
The Taylor Mill Fire Department has new uniforms that are black and grey.
-Bryan Burke, associate editor