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KLC Presents Liability Grant to the City of Columbia

From Michele Hill

Lexington, KY - The Kentucky League of Cities (KLC) presented the City of Columbia with a 2023 Liability Grant. The funds enable KLC members to provide programs and services that reduce liability and create safer communities. KLC has awarded its insurance members more than $6 million in liability and safety grants since 1999.

City representatives expressed their appreciation for the grant. "The City of Columbia is pleased to be awarded a 2023 KLC Liability Grant," Mayor Pamela Hoots said. "It will be an asset as we review and update the policy manual for the City of Columbia."


"Safety is a primary focus of the Kentucky League of Cities. We appreciate our members and proudly join the City of Columbia in making a safer community for citizens and city employees," KLC Executive Director/CEO J.D. Chaney stated.

Liability grants are just one of the many extra services cities and organizations get through KLC Insurance Services, Kentucky's largest municipal insurance program. The agency helps members increase public safety with proactive programs and services. KLC insurance provides affordable liability, property, workers' compensation, and other municipal insurance products.

In addition to insurance, the Kentucky League of Cities offers employee benefits programs, legislative advocacy, financial and municipal law services, training, community development, and other resources that serve cities.


This story was posted on 2024-01-31 10:17:56
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KLC Presents Liability Grant to the City of Columbia



2024-01-31 - Columbia, KY - Photo courtesy Kentucky League of Cities.
Mayor Pamela Hoots was presented with a 2023 Liability Grant from The Kentucky League of Cities (KLC) Loss Control Specialist Aaron Parrish.

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