Robert "Bobby" Money, Mayor
Hi there. I am Bobby Money, a 40-year resident of Flemingsburg and a life-long resident of Fleming County.
I am a graduate of Ewing Elementary, Fleming County High School and a 2-time graduate of Morehead State University. I am a veteran of the United States Army, serving as a Military Policeman..
I am the proud parent of Bobby Ray (Angela) Money and Amy (Timmy) Saunders. I have 4 grandsons – Brady and Cole Saunders and Peyton and Jase Money.
Upon graduation from MSU, I worked five years for the Production Credit Association (PCA). PCA was merged into what is now known as Farm Credit. I made agricultural loans in Fleming County.
I then worked 28+ years for the Buffalo Trace Area Development District, retiring in 2010. BTADD covers the Counties of Bracken, Fleming, Lewis, Mason and Robertson. BTADD works with the City and County Governments of all 5 Counties to help the agencies with all aspects of projects. BTADD has professional employees to work on water and sewer (and other) projects for the units of government. BTADD employees assist in obtaining funds for projects and oversees those projects to completion.
I also made home loans, assisted potential homeowners with down payment funds, and worked to rehabilitate structures to make them habitable. I oversaw the BTADD RLF (revolving loan fund) program which provided necessary capital to our area businesses. Opening and maintaining these businesses provided much-needed jobs in our 5 Counties. I was (and still am) proud to have worked to establish these loan programs and I am proud of what both programs have become.
As Mayor, I pledge to work hard to see our City not only continue to aid our citizens, but also to always look for new ways to move our City forward.
City Council January 1, 2007 - present
Hello. My name is Ricky Hurst. Welcome to our City web site. I have been on the City Council for eight years. I have been employed by Fleming Mason Energy in the Engineering Department for the past 18 years. I am also a licensed minister and am currently the pastor of the First Presbyterian Church here in Flemingsburg. I am married to the former Gwen Newman and we have four children; Gena 18, Shelby 15, Grayson 10 and Colby 8. I have been very active in clubs and organizations. I got into City government to help make our city a better place to live and raise our children. I have worked very hard during my time on the council and have seen many rewards. I invite you to visit our city and see what we have to offer. Thank You for visiting our web site and we hope to see you soon. God Bless You and yours.
City Council January 1, 2019 - present
Welcome to the City of Flemingsburg. I’m newly elected Councilman, Danny Carpenter. My involvement in City Government started in 1976 when I started my 41 year career in law enforcement with the Flemingsburg Police Department. Upon graduation from the Police Academy, I remained a police officer until becoming Chief of Police for over 17 years. I received the Kentucky Association of Chiefs of Police (KACP) Chief of the Year Award in 2007. After retiring from the City, I accepted an investiga
My wife, Karen, and I moved off the farm in 1999 and built our home at 500 Chapel Lane, where we still reside. Our children are Rebecca McGinnis and Patricia Carpenter. My son-in-law is Jamie McGinnis and my grandchildren are JD and Lauren McGinnis. Our step-children are Michael Mineer and Jennifer Mineer Rowe. My parents were Ronnie and Frances Carpenter, who I dearly miss.tor position with the Kentucky Inspectors Generals Office from 2007-2012. In 2012, I became a Deputy for the Fleming County Sheriff’s Office until 2017, where I supervised the Court Security at the New Justice Center upon opening. I currently serve as president of the Flemingsburg Lions Club and a member of the Flemingsburg Nazarene Church.
I want to thank all those for giving me the opportunity to serve you and give back to our community! I’m very excited to get started. The city was so good to me for all those years that I served; hopefully I can do the same.
Please feel free to contact me with your questions or concerns.
Here is my contact information: 606-849-2691 or 606-748-0688
Angie C. Graham
City Council January 1, 2019 - present
Thank you for the opportunity to serve on Flemingsburg City Council. I am a lifelong resident of Fleming County and have lived in Flemingsburg for thirty seven years. I have received training from Kentucky League of Cities and plan to attend future trainings. I am advocate for this city and will work hard to help advance our town. I am approachable and available to help situations than may arise. I am active listener and want to solve issues quickly. I am married to David Graham and we live at 305 Elizaville Avenue. We are fortunate to be the parents of two children, Kaylee and John Graham. I am employed as a Family Consumer Science Teacher at Fleming County High School. My training through teaching is a transferable skill to the city council. I have been involved in numerous committees and site base management. I am lifelong member of the Tilton Christian Church. I love our town and always trying to be an advocate. You may reach me by 606-748-2861 or 606-849-4277 and if I am unavailable please leave a message.
City Council January 1, 2019 - present
Hello, my name is Blake Harmon and welcome to The City of Flemingsburg’s website. I am a lifelong resident of Fleming County and have had the privilege of living in the great City of Flemingsburg for the past nine years, with my wife, Betsy Harmon. We have two beautiful daughters, Claire (6 years old) and Alexis
(8 months old). I am the son of Missy Harmon and the late Keith Harmon. I have two brothers Derek (Bethany) Harmon and Daniel (Hannah) Harmon. I am the proud uncle of four nephews, Owen, Isaac, Drake and Kash. I have been in banking for nine years and have been a Loan Officer at Peoples Bank for 5 years. I am a graduate of Maysville Community College and KBA General Banking School. I look forward to serving the citizens of Flemingsburg and working with our great staff here at the City. Please let me know if you have any concerns or problems and I will make sure it is brought up at our next meeting. Let’s move our city forward, together!
City Council 2006-2018 June 2020-Present
Welcome to Flemingsburg! I am Van “Doodle” Alexander. I have been a resident of Flemingsburg the majority of my life. I am a reappointed Council Member was a Council Member from 2006-2018. I look forward to serving our town and helping to move it forward in these trying times. I am semi-retired and work part-time at Steve’s Ace Hardware. I have taken Training with the Kentucky League of Cities and will be taking more classes. My experience dealing with the public has given me the opportunity to learn the needs and concerns of our community.
My wife, Debra Johnson Alexander, Accountant for KYTC Dept. of Highways and I reside in Indian Fields Subdivision. We have 2 daughters, Wendy Bailey Fryman (Drew), Katie Alexander and two grandsons Hunter and Colton.
You may contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 606-584-1017.
City Council January 1, 2021 - present
Thank you for taking an interest in the great city of Flemingsburg, Kentucky. I am Amy Bolar, a lifelong resident of Fleming County and a resident of Flemingsburg since 2011. I am a new member of the council and will begin my term in January of 2021. I grew up on a tobacco farm in Poplar Grove and my parents are Kenny and Cheryl Souder and my sister, Annette Souder Rizzo. I attended Mt. Carmel elementary until it closed, whereupon I attended Flemingsburg Elementary, Simons Middle, then Fleming County High School. When I graduated in 1990, I went on to pursue a Bachelor of Arts degree at Transylvania University and my degree brought me back home to teach within the Fleming County School district. I completed my Masters in 2001 and then obtained National Board of Professional Teaching Standards in 2003. When I joined Kentucky Educators’ Hope Street Group in 2017, I was introduced to the innerworkings of educational policy and legislature. The journey empowered me to broaden my professional learning network and lend my own voice to help represent the opinions and voices of others. My work triggered a deeper interest in the innerworkings of my home city I wanted to use the skills I learned in my professional life to benefit and help grow my community. I am an adjunct teacher at Kentucky Christian University and the pianist at Flemingsburg Christian Church. In my downtime, I love to play the bass guitar with Nickell Alley Band. I am ready to learn as much as I can, work hard, hear your concerns, and represent your ideas and concerns. You can reach me via text or phone call at 859-203-4538.