Nathan Granger

Nathan Granger

Nathan Granger is a reporter for LINK nky. He covers Kenton County.

Kenton County Board of Elections votes to disallow Wi-Fi detectors at polling locations

By: - October 23, 2023

The Kenton County Board of Elections unanimously voted to explicitly disallow the presence of wireless monitoring devices at polling places on Election Day.  The meeting’s topic came as the result of discussions that Kenton County Board of Election Chair Gabrielle Summe had at a recent county clerks meeting, where she heard about My Pillow Founder […]

Covington mayor tells lawmakers Kentucky cities need more revenue options

By: - September 27, 2023

Covington Mayor Joe Meyer spoke to Kentucky legislators about the effect of work-from-home labor policies on city finances at a Kentucky House Budget Review Subcommittee meeting last week. He asked the committee members to consider changes to local tax policies that would allow cities to become less reliant on occupational license fees, often referred to […]

‘Really important conversations’ sought by Kentucky Judicial Commission on Mental Health

By: - September 11, 2023

The Kentucky Judicial Commission on Mental Health held a town hall at the Northern Kentucky Convention Center in Covington Sept. 6. This was the second in a series of town halls the commission will hold throughout the state this year. The next one will be Wednesday in Ashland. (For a full listing, see below.) “These […]

Remote work biting into Covington’s payroll tax revenue

By: - June 5, 2023

The city of Covington has attributed its recent budget shortfalls to rising work-from-home policies.  Covington’s finance director Steve Webb disclosed during a presentation at a city commission meeting on May 23 that the city’s general fund’s expenditures had exceeded its revenue for the third quarter of the 2023 fiscal year, which ends on June 30. […]