Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Recycling Bin Location

Just a reminder to everyone. The city does have a recycling bin located behind the fire station on Upper River Street, adjacent to City Hall.


Help Wanted - Water Department - City of Burkesville, Kentucky

Here's a GOOD JOB opportunity with the City of Burkesville!!
Help Wanted: The City of Burkesville is accepting applications for a full-time position for the water department. Applications can be picked up at City Hall at 214 Upper River Street.
The qualifications are a high school diploma or equivalent, ability to work well with others, must complete the required Kentucky Division of Water Plant Operator Certification, perform manual labor and subject to be on call at anytime for various problems, alternate shifts, which may occur due to, leaks, sewer blockages and etc.
The City of Burkesville is an equal opportunity and does not discriminate against race, color, creed, national origin or handicap status.
A drug test is required before employment and an aptitude test will be given.
Please send resume with application to the City of Burkesville, P.O. Box 250, Burkesville, KY 42717. Applications must be received no later than 4:00 p.m. Wednesday, August 28th, 2019.


Census Jobs Available!

Hey Folks! Here is a great opportunity to make good money for this area!
The U.S. Census Bureau is hiring locally NOW! The job will last the next 15 months, till October 2020. $14.00 an hour plus .58 cents a mile, and what you get paid for mileage is not taxed. Must be able to work 30+ hours a week.
If you are on Social Security and between the ages of 62 and 66, this income WILL NOT count against you. Also Section 8 Low Income participants can work and it WILL NOT be counted as income by HUD.
Training is paid also. And this is not what most people think of as a census taker. Mostly done in your vehicle on an iPad/tablet that will be provided to you.
The only people NOT eligible for this job are elected officials and those that are sworn officers.
Folks, the census of 2020 is very important to our county and city, as the numbers are used for the next ten years for determining eligibility for grants, loans, etc. The Census Bureau needs workers for this area to make sure everyone is counted!
Please don't call me asking any more about the job, as what I've stated is all I know. It's a federal job.
2020census.gov/jobs
or 1-855-JOB-2020


No Regrets

I read an article recently that really hit home. I want share some of it with you. It was about living life with no regrets, and about l...