Bardstown mayor ‘surprised’ by growth in city’s budget

-A A +A
By Randy Patrick

Bardstown’s new mayor, Dick Heaton, is alarmed by how much the city’s budget has increased since he held the same job seven years ago.

During a City Council work session Tuesday to discuss the general fund part of the city’s nearly $53 million spending plan for the 2018 fiscal year that begins July 1 of this year, Heaton pointed out that the yearly budget has grown by $15 million since the last one he submitted in 2010.

“That’s a pretty substantial increase,” he said, urging that the city government should make an effort to cut costs.

If you subscribe to the newspaper, you receive FREE access to all the exclusive content of the web site! Simply register to receive uninterrupted access to our award-winning and in-depth local online content!

Renew Current or Past Subscription / Register for Online Subscription

If you currently subscribe or have subscribed in the past to the Kentucky Standard, then simply find your account number on your mailing label and enter it below.

Click the question mark below to see where your account ID appears on your mailing label.

Newspaper Acct. ID:
Street Address:
(exactly as it appears on the label)

If you are a subscriber and you do not know your account ID or don't have a copy of your newspaper available that shows the information on the address label you can click continue below to search for your account.

Special Offer

You have used all your free page views for the month however if you wish to create a FREE limited access account you will be able to view a additional 3 pages per month.

You can also purchase a subscription and have full access to the site. To purchase a subscription simply enter your zipcode below

ZIP Code:

The Kentucky Standard | circulation@kystandard.com | 502-349-0784
110 W. Stephen Foster Avenue, Bardstown, KY 40004
Office Hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday