Finance and Administration Cabinet
FRANKFORT, Ky.—Governor Steve Beshear’s Recovery Kentucky Task Force will hold its first meeting on Monday, June 30, 2008 at 2:00 p.m. in Room 129 of the Capitol Annex, Frankfort, Ky.
I. Welcome and Introductions—First Lady Jane Beshear, Co-Chair
II. Overview of Kentucky Recovery—Don Ball, Co-Chair; Rick McQuady, Mark Offerman and Mike Townsend, Kentucky Housing Corporation
III. Scope of Work—Finance and Administration Cabinet Secretary Jonathan Miller, Vice-Chair
IV. Meeting Schedule
On May 22, 2008, Gov. Beshear signed an executive order establishing the Recovery Kentucky Task Force to fight substance abuse that often leads to chronic homelessness. The task force is to provide its written recommendations to Gov. Beshear no later than November 1, 2008.
Other members of the task force are: Dale Sights, executive director, Women’s Addiction Recovery Manor in Henderson; Al Smith, Lexington; Vicki Jozefowicz, executive director, Foothills Community Action Partnership in Richmond; Cecil Dunn, executive director, The Hope Center, Lexington; Jay Davidson, president/CEO, The Healing Place, Louisville; Carol M. Peterson, senior vice president, Federal Home Loan Bank, Cincinnati, Ohio; Anthony Wright, economic development officer, Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government; John Y. Brown, III, Frankfort; Whitney Zimmerman, Lexington; David Worley, executive director, Office of Kentucky Veteran Centers, Frankfort; Laurie Dudgeon, deputy director, Administrative Office of the Courts, Frankfort; David Howard, National City Bank, Louisville; George Privett, M.D., Lexington; Mac McArthur, executive director, Transitions, Inc., Covington; Frank Stoffle, director, COAP, Inc., Harlan; Tony Wilder, commissioner, Governor’s Office of Local Development, Frankfort; LaDonna H. Thompson, commissioner, Department of Corrections, Frankfort; and Janie Miller, secretary, Cabinet for Health and Family Services.