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Senate Majority Floor Leader Damon Thayer, (R-Georgetown), joined Grant County Judge/Executive Chuck Dills and magistrates Shawna Coldiron, Roger Humphreys and Jacqalynn Riley Monday afternoon for a ceremonial check presentation for $23.7 million. The check is representative of road fund allocations authorized by the Kentucky General Assembly in the 2022 Legislative Session.
Senate Majority Floor Leader Damon Thayer, R-Georgetown, and State Representative Phillip Pratt, R-Georgetown, presented a $5 million ceremonial check to the Georgetown Municipal Water and Sewer Services (GMWSS) Tuesday morning representing investments made by the Kentucky General Assembly. The funding will support a project identified in the GMWSS five-year Capital Improvements Program.
Organization Aims to Construct an Operational Warehouse to Support Feeding Program — Senate Majority Floor Leader Damon Thayer presented a $500,000 ceremonial check to the AMEN House in Georgetown Tuesday to represent investments made by the Kentucky General Assembly. The mission of the AMEN House is to end hunger in Scott County.
On Friday morning, Senate Majority Floor Leader Damon Thayer and State Representative Phillip Pratt presented a ceremonial check to the Scott County Fiscal Court for $32 million. The 2022 General Assembly allocated the funding in this year’s biennial road plan for needed projects in Scott County. Senator Thayer, R-Georgetown, played an instrumental role in securing these vital funds.
We continue to build on the momentum created by the Republican Majority. Important legislation has been passed to ensure the safety of our schools, provide pension relief for quasi-governmental entities and regional universities, and we continued to defend the unborn. Though we have a new governor, rest assured that the priorities of the Legislature remain the same. We will continue to champion responsible policies and work toward the betterment of the Commonwealth. The laws passed in 2020 will contribute to the well-being of our state for years to come.Meet Damon On the Issues