This week’s program

 Next Week’s Program June 13, 2018.

Karen G. Hall

is the assistant to Executive
Director of the Kentucky Transportation
Cabinet’s Office of Highway
Safety. Before joining the
KYTC Highway Safety team
in 2017, she worked over 18
years in the field of substance
use prevention, with seven of
those years working to engage
faith groups across Kentucky
in drug prevention and mental
health promotion. Although
she primarily works with Highway Safety’s
Division of Incident Management, her sub-
stance use prevention experience is also applied
to prevention of drunk and drugged impaired
driving through Highway Safety Division of
Programs and Grants.
Ms. Hall has a BA in English and French
secondary education from Asbury University
and an MA in Theological Studies from Liberty
Baptist Theological Seminary. She has two
children: a son, a sergeant with the Maysville
City Police Department; and a daughter who
is a stay-at-home mom. Her favorite “hobbies”
are her two grandchildren in Kentucky and
three in Michigan.
Karen’s presentation is, “It’s Not an
Accident: How Community Involvement Can
Improve Driver Safety.” Franklin County is
in the top 40 Kentucky counties of greatest
concern for the Kentucky Office of Highway
Safety. Overall, Franklin County ranks 26th in
the state for having the most highway safety
problems, especially in total number of crashes
per capita; number of incapacitating injuries;
and collisions involving high speeds, impaired
driving, commercial vehicles, and motorcy-
cles. Her brief presentation will share the latest
Franklin County highway rankings and discuss
how community partners can play an important
role in addressing and improving driver safety
and awareness.
















































































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Events Calendar
  • Tue 6/19/2018: Joint Board Meeting, old board and new board
  • Wed 6/20/2018: Meeting and Pic Nic
  • Wed 6/27/2018: Meeting