Kentucky's tax amnesty is winding down and the officials running it are expecting the response during the final days to be overwhelming. The program started October 1. Mack Gillim with the Department of Revenue said more than 11,000 applications have come in so far.
"Of that, a little over 9,000 were in-state applications and almost 2,000 out of state," said Gillim. "We've had over 23,000 phone calls and 46,000 plus visits to our website."
Gillim said, based on Kentucky's previous amnesty programs, there could be another 20,000 or so applications.
Cincinnati Council is expected to vote Wednesday to approve the city’s first comprehensive plan in more than 30 years.
The Livable Communities Committee approved the proposal Monday night.
The document has been in the works for more than 3 years and focuses on what the city will look like in the future. Specifically it has strategies that for the first time focus on economic development activities in the neighborhoods.
Planning and Buildings Director Charles Graves described the plan this way.