The Plant Operator is responsible for the daily production and operation of the water treatment plants. This position is also responsible for ensuring that water quality meets all standards. Additionally, this position contributes to regulatory compliance and efficient operations of the District.
NKADD provides technical assistance to local governments and special purpose governmental entities in order to establish sound purchasing and procurement procedures.
Counties, cities, and SPGEs can request assistance
Procurement of services, property, materials, equipment, and supplies:
For more information, contact Meghan Sandfoss at (859) 283-8198.
The Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) for Northern Kentucky is a part of a continuing economic development planning process aimed at providing an analysis of Northern Kentucky’s economic successes, problems and opportunities. The CEDS sets forth a plan of action including goals and objectives; and establishing measures to determine whether and to what extent goals and objectives have been met.
The results of this planning effort, as well as the plans from the fourteen other Area Development Districts, are presented to the Department for Local Government (DLG) for use in planning and development programs in Kentucky. This plan conforms to requirements of the Economic Development Administration (EDA) Reform Act of 1998 that requires an economic development strategy in order to qualify for assistance under most EDA programs. During this statewide effort by all fifteen area development districts, assistance and coordination was provided by the Department for Local Government.
The CEDS is created every 5 years and updated annually. NKADD's most recent CEDS was created in 2017. The 2017 CEDS as well as the 2012 CEDS its updates are accessible below.
Recognition of our local Youth, Discolated Workers and Employers
Covington,KY, September 8, 2015
TheNKWIB held their 4TH annualWIA AwardsceremonyattheKentucky Career Center,1324 MadisonAvenue,Covington.
The WIB recognized Chris Reinersman and DHL as our Outstanding Workforce Collaboration award winner. Mr. Reinersman and DHL’scollaborationand support of the WIB highlights the importance of community businesses working with their local WIB to prepare and educate job seekers for employment.
The WIB recognized Mark Freudenbergas our Employee of the Year for his dedication and leadership to coworkers, partners, and businesses. His stellar example of commitment and involvement in the Career Center operations makes Mark worthy of high recognition.
Keith Jones was recognized as the Dislocated Worker Alumnus. Keith is attending NKU to earn his bachelor’s degree in social work while working for the WIA/Career Connections.
Austin Crowell was recognized as the Alumnus Youth. Austin is currently earning his Bachelors of Science in nursing at the University of Louisville. Upon completion of his degree he will pursue the Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist doctorate.
Our Outstanding Career Center Alumnus is Angel Merkel. Angel encountered many barriers to school and work and has risen above them to succeed in both. She is successfully employed with Cengage Learning in Florence, and her coworkers say Angel is an efficient and conscientious worker. Congratulations to all our WIA Award recipients.