What is the joint planning commission?

 

The Hopkins County Joint Planning Commission is a joint-governmental agency established in 1967 that works with its members on land use planning.

 

Members include:

  • Hopkins County

  • City of Madisonville

  • City of Earlington

  • City of Hanson

  • City of Dawson Springs

  • City of Mortons Gap

Who are we?

 

Commission members:

  • Greg Hefton - Hanson

  • Tim Thomas - Madisonville

  • Kim Harper - Madisonville

  • Janet Wyatt - Earlington

  • Ronnie Creekmur - Mortons Gap

  • Anita Black - Dawson Springs

  • Skip McGaw - Hopkins County

  • Karen McKnight - Hopkins County

 

Staff:

  • Derek E. Adkins, LA, AICP - Director

  • Cynthia Young - Planner/Office Manager

Mailing Address

 

Hopkins County Joint Planning Commission
67 North Main Street
Madisonville, KY 42431

Telephone: 270-825-4457

Fax: 270-821-7354

Email: hcjpc@hopkinscounty.net

 

Hours of Operation

 

Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Closed Saturday and Sunday

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Neighborhood Revitalization

The Hopkins County Joint Planning Commission staff, along with City of Madisonville Zoning Administrator, Debbie Todd and members of the Board of Realtors met today with the City of Madisonville Zoning and Annexation Committee to discuss proposals for Neighborhood Revitalization and potential first steps in creating specific overlay districts to address the revitalization efforts in two initial neighborhoods of the City.


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