Redistricting changes 67th District to include new river cities
Frankfort-KY: As a result of redistricting, State Representative Dennis Keene’s (D-Wilder) 67th House District will expand by nearly 4,000 people including the new river cities of Silver Grove and Melbourne. “Northern Kentucky has experienced explosive growth and decline in population which has forced a shift in legislative districts to occur,” said Rep. Keene. “I am proud to expand my district further into Campbell County to include the two river cities of Silver Grove and Melbourne.”
When the plan is finalized by the entire General Assembly, House District 67 will be the largest district representing river cities in the Commonwealth. Newport, Bellevue, Dayton, Ft. Thomas, Silver Grove and Melbourne are along the Ohio River in Campbell County. Keene will continue to represent the suburban cities of Southgate, Wilder, Woodlawn and Highland Heights. Representative Joe Fischer will represent the remaining suburban Campbell County precincts as well as southern Campbell County.
Representative Dennis Keene is the chairman of the House Licensing and Occupations Committee, vice chairman of Economic Development and a member of the Banking & Insurance Committee and is on the Budget Subcommittee on Transportation. Keene is a small business owner and an economic development advisor for EGC Construction. For more information, visit: www.DennisKeene.com.