Due to the low attendance and lack of a quorum for the second month in a row, the commission could take no voting actions. Rufli proposed a special called meeting, possibly this week, to approve minutes, financial statements and to discuss the commission’s budget, due by the year’s end.
At the meeting, Rufli discussed a new program by the Kentucky Department of Tourism, which plans to present Kentucky as an adventure tourism destination.
“This is a pretty nifty deal that allows us to capitalize on Kentucky as an adventure tourism market,” said Rufli. “We are exceedingly well positioned for this with the Land Between the Lakes.”
Stevens said that even with a newly elected administration, he believed the program would continue.
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