The Fayette County PVA Office will remain open despite state office furloughs, Friday, May 27. This Friday concludes the six furlough days implemented by Governor Steve Beshear as a budget balancing measure.
“Memorial Day weekend is typically the kickoff for boating and camping season. I anticipate our office will be busy with phone calls and visits from those seeking assistance in licensing boats and travel trailers for use over the holiday weekend,” said Fayette County PVA David O’Neill. “Our office will do everything it can to ensure the residents of Fayette County are not inconvenienced by the state furlough."
Although Fayette County PVA David O’Neill will remain on the job in the PVA office, he will be without the full complement of 25 deputies. Most routine work performed by the office will be suspended, but critical functions will continue. Mr. O’Neill has remained on the job during each of the six furlough days during the 2011 fiscal year, which began on July 1, 2010.