Pursuant to KRS 344.310
The Lexington-Fayette County Human Rights Commission was created by an inter-local agreement by the City of Lexington and the Fiscal Court of Fayette County in January of 1967. The predecessor of the joint Commission, the Lexington Commission on Human Rights was created in June of 1963. The charter created by the merger of the city of Lexington and Fayette County into a united urban county government reconstituted the Commission. The present Lexington-Fayette Urban County Human Rights Commission was created in 1974.
The mission of the Commission is to safeguard the legal rights of individuals regarding discrimination and to promote mutual understanding and respect among the people of Lexington-Fayette County, Kentucky.
Meeting schedule and location
Schedule: Every third Monday of the month
Time: 5:30 p.m.
Location: 342 Waller Ave., Ste. 1A or Virtually, as indicated
Jan. 22 - Virtual meeting *changed to the 4th Monday to accommodate the holiday
Feb. 26 *changed to the 4th Monday to accommodate the holiday
March 18 - Virtual meeting
May 20 - Virtual meeting
July 15 - Virtual meeting
Sept. 16 - Virtual meeting
Nov. 18 - Virtual meeting
Chair – Barbara Ellerbrook
Vice Chair – Janice Wyatt-Ross
Treasurer – not elected
Secretary – Jim Dickinson