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This website is designed and maintained to keep residents of Beaumont Residential Association informed of important issues relevant to the community and provides a means to contact the Board of Directors and/or the Management Company (CMA).  We hope residents will use the site to inform us of any comments or concerns regarding the upkeep and appearance of Beaumont and as a source of information.
 
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GREAT NEWS
Posted on Aug 3rd, 2015
Commonwealth of Kentucky
Justice and Public Safety Cabinet
For Immediate Release
July 31, 2015
Contact:
Lisa Lamb
502-330-0362 (cell)
 
Justice & Public Safety Cabinet Secretary Issues Statement on Lexington Probation and Parole Office
 
FRANKFORT, Ky. – Secretary J. Michael Brown today issued the following statement regarding the Lexington Probation and Parole office:
“Upon reviewing the location of the facility that had been selected for the Lexington Probation and Parole office, I have determined that another site would yield a better outcome for both clients of this office, and the community.  Therefore, we will not be moving into this location, and I have asked the Division of Real Properties to evaluate other options that may be available and better suited for this mission.”
 
 
IMPORTANT NOTICE
Posted on Jul 30th, 2015
Neighbors and friends of the 10th District,
 
I share the many frustrations that have been shared with my office over the last few days about the proposed move of the District 9 Parole. Below are comments I shared Wednesday on my facebook page and the WKYT article that may provide some context.  The City has no jurisdiction or authority. It's extremely frustrating. Our only chance of fighting this is to put a swell of public pressure on the State decision makers.
 
Sign and circulate the petition created by neighborhood leaders
http://bit.ly/petitionparole
 
Please send your concerns to
Deputy Commissioner of Parole  Kimberly Potter Blair at Kimberly.Potter-Blair@ky.gov 
Chief of staff for the governor is Larry Bond, Governor's Chief of Staff larry.bond@ky.gov. 
Please continue to send your concerns to media outlets
 
Circulate our facebook page for recent updates
https://www.facebook.com/Lexingtons10thDistrict
 
Thanks-
Amanda Mays Bledsoe
10th District Councilmember
 
 
"Today I did an interview with WKYT concerning the recent state decision to move the District 9 Department of Corrections State Parole offices from downtown to 1055 Wellington Place near Palomar Centre. Since I was made aware of this last week, I have been working diligently to educate state policymakers on my concerns. This decision was made by the State Department of Corrections in the Executive Branch without regard to any input or consideration of local officials. I initially pursued questioning the appropriate zoning for parole offices but state agencies are exempt from all local zoning ordinances. Therefore, the city has no authority or jurisdiction in this decision. The lack of communication from the state agency to everyone in this community including business owners, neighbors, local and state elected officials is very disappointing. I immediately reached out to State Senator Alice Forgy Kerr and Representative Stan Lee for their help and appreciate their efforts to work on our behalf.  I want every one of the 3,000 parolees in Lexington to be successful but I am not convinced this location is ideally suited to do so. This location is not centrally located, convenient for public transportation, or the courts but it is in clear proximity to a day care, school bus stops and residential homes."
 
FAYETTE COUNTY PHONE SCAM ALERT
Posted on Jul 1st, 2015
  
BEWARE: The Office of the Fayette County Sheriff is warning Lexington residents of a telephone scam that has developed within the last week.

The caller claims that someone in the household has an unpaid fine, a missed grand jury appearance, and/or an arrest warrant. The caller, who falsely identifies himself as a Fayette County Deputy Sheriff, informs people they must now pay a fine. The caller has asked victims to purchase a pre-paid or re-loadable money card and then provide the "deputy" with the card number over the phone to settle the fine. This telephone number is fraudulent and the caller is not associated with the Office of the Fayette County Sheriff.

The Office of Sheriff advises everyone to be cautious of calls that request payment or access to personally identifiable information, regardless of who the caller claims to represent. The Office of the Fayette County Sheriff will never ask you for money over the phone or threaten you with arrest if you do not pay a fine.
If you are contacted, DO NOT send money and contact the Office of the Fayette County Sheriff immediately at (859) 252-1771
 
 
Summer is Here - Be Safe!
Posted on Jun 2nd, 2015
Summer is here! Warm days and cool evenings are perfect for being outside. To help you have a safe and enjoyable summer, the Office of the Fayette County Sheriff hopes you keep the following safety tips in mind.
1. Never lock your valuables in your car where they can be seen.
2. Keep doors in your home closed and locked, including garage doors. When you are at home with your doors open, always keep your screen doors locked.  
3. Make sure your neighbors are safe. Attend neighborhood meetings, form telephone trees, and create a neighborhood watch group to ensure the safety of your neighbors. As temperatures increase, take time to check on your elderly neighbors, and make sure they have everything they need.
4. Alert police to any unusual activity in your neighborhood.
5. Parents: Provide a list of phone numbers of neighbors, family, and friends that your child can call in an emergency. Make sure your child knows how to dial 911 and when it is appropriate to do so. 
 

 
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