Danville, Franklin, Versailles, other area residents named to state boards

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) – Gov. Andy Beshear made numerous appointments to Kentucky boards and commissions on May 21, 2021.

David Franklin of Versailles and attorney at Franklin & Rapp, was appointed as a member of the Kentucky Boxing and Wrestling Commission. He replaces Dino Lucarelli, whose term has expired. Mr. Franklin shall serve for a term expiring May 16, 2024.

James Mooneyhan, Currie Milliken and Cody Pruitt were appointed as members of the Southcentral Kentucky Community & Technical College Nominating Commission. Mooneyhan of Franklin is a consultant for the Simpson County Jailer. He replaces Daniel Rudloff, whose term has expired. Mr. Mooneyhan shall serve for a term expiring April 15, 2023. Milliken of Bowling Green is an attorney at Milliken Law Firm. He replaces Jason McKinney, whose term has expired. Mr. Milliken shall serve for a term expiring April 15, 2024. Pruitt of Bowling Green replaces Jeffrey Jobe, whose term has expired. Mr. Pruitt shall serve for a term expiring April 15, 2024.

Gov. Beshear appointed William Harned and Beth Williams as members of the Forestry Best Management Practices Board. Harned of Lebanon Junction is a land surveyor and farmer. He replaces James Duncan, whose term has expired. Mr. Harned shall serve for a term expiring April 22, 2025. Williams, from Rogers, is a Forest Ranger Technician for the Kentucky Division of Forestry. She replaces Christopher Scott, who has resigned. Ms. Williams shall serve for the remainder of the unexpired term ending April 22, 2023.

J.P. Davis of Lousiville, founder of J.P. Davis Partners, was appointed as a member of the Kentucky Center for the Arts Corporation. He replaces Bernard Kosse, whose term has expired. Mr. Davis shall serve for a term expiring April 29, 2025.

Jeffery Hoover and Gary Robertson were appointed by the governor as members of the Kentucky State Board on Electric Generation and Transmission Siting. Hoover of Jamestown is an attorney at Hoover and Hurt Law Office. He shall represent the citizens of Russell County. Robinson of Jamestown serves as Judge Executive for Russell County.

Gov. Beshear appointed Kimberly Smith and Jeroyd Evans as members of the Kentucky Board of Ophthalmic Dispensers. Smith of Danville, an optometrist at Danville Eye Center, replaces James Luckett, whose term has expired. Dr. Smith shall serve for a term expiring Jan. 10, 2025. Evans of Lebanon is retired. He replaces Ladye Adams, whose term has expired. Mr. Evans shall serve for a term expiring Jan. 10, 2025.

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