A Caucus Meeting of the City Council shall be held at 6:30 PM on the first Tuesday of each month at City Hall. Regular Monthly Meetings of the City Council shall be held at 7:00 PM on the third Tuesday of each month at City Hall.
Amy L. Hitch, Councilwoman
Phone: (859) 391-9801
I am the proud mother of 3 wonderful children. I am a 1990 graduate of Campbell County High School and a 1996 graduate of Northern Kentucky University where I earned my Bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts. My professional career has revolved around the banking industry. I have proudly served as the branch manager of US Bank in Falmouth for the past 12 years.
I am an avid volunteer with many organizations in the community. Beginning in June, I will be serving as president of the Falmouth Rotary club. I actively volunteer at the schools with my children’s activities, and I teach religion class with St Francis Xavier Church.
I am excited to serve the citizens of Falmouth as a city council member. As a longtime resident of Pendleton County, I have a passion for improving the city. I believe that we are in the middle of a very important time of growth and the decisions that we make today will have long reaching effects on all residents as well as people that will look to move to Falmouth in the coming years. I feel that it is our duty as city council members to encourage the growth of our city, but also to manage it in a way that insures we have the resources available to maintain the high level of service that citizens now enjoy.
If you have any concerns or compliments, I would like to hear from you. You can contact me through the city email, firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you everyone for your support!
Amy Beckett Hurst, Councilwoman
Home Phone: (859) 654-2539
I am a life-long citizen of Pendleton County and have resided in the City of Falmouth, for the past 23 years. I teach at Northern Elementary in Butler, a mother to a wonderful son, and wife to Roger B. Hurst. I am a member of Grassy Creek Christian Church. My parents are Charles “Punky” and Joyce Beckett also life residents of Pendleton County. I am a graduate of Pendleton County High School, class of 1989, and a graduate of Northern Kentucky University (NKU) with a Bachelor’s and Master’s in Education and a Rank I as a Reading Specialist. My work experiences are various. During high school and college, I worked at Angilo’s, Hometown Pizza, Perkins, Kincaid Lake State Park, and the Graduate Education Department at NKU. I am currently starting my 23rd year at Northern Elementary in Butler. I have earned several teaching awards and monetary grants during my teaching career. I have served on many educational committees at the school, county, and state levels. These roles and experiences have helped become an organizer, learn to serve in a leadership capacity, and serving the public.
I am a member of the Four Oaks Homemaker Club, served as a past committee member for Relay for Life, served as an officer for the former Falmouth Woman’s Club, Camp Northward Corporation Member, as well as a past volunteer counselor for both regular and wilderness camp. I also volunteer at Partners of Kincaid Lake events, Crayons to Computers, and other various groups throughout the years. My son and I are also a “volunteer” tour guides at the little town of “Punkyville”, south of Falmouth. I am also a member of the Pendleton County Alumni Band. Serving my community through volunteering has always been a strong facet of my life and will continue to do so.
I look forward to serving the citizens of Falmouth, KY. Please feel free to contact me via e-mail (email@example.com) or leave a message at city hall and I will return your call as soon as possible.
David F. Klaber, Councilman
Mobile Phone: (859) 739-9476
I am a long-time resident of Pendleton County, graduating from Pendleton County High School in 1996. I am married to Kelly (Moore) Klaber, and together we share five beautiful children Sadie, Kacie, Nick, Lilly, and Mackenzie. I have been involved in emergency services for over 18 years. I made my career in the fire service, most recently working my way up to Assistant Fire Chief. I have recently made the move into the private safety industry, becoming a Safety Manager and doing technical rescue standbys. I have been a volunteer with Falmouth Fire Department for 16 years. In 2016, I was awarded the Kentucky Colonial from Governor Matt Bevin for my work in emergency services.
I am honored to have the opportunity to be a council member and serve our city and its citizens. I take great pride in our community and I look forward to doing my part to help the city move forward. My goal is to make Falmouth a great place for our children to grow up and raise their families in.
Luke Price, Councilman
Mobile Phone: (859) 462-1887
I am a long-time resident of Falmouth, KY having graduated from Pendleton County High School in 2000. I am married to Christi (Allender) Price and we have six children Trey, Will, Spencer, Joey, Chloe, and Blake. My family has been in the city of Falmouth for many years. My mother (Pam Spencer) being lifetime resident and Father (Pete Price) living here most of his life. I am very active with the Pendleton County Recreation Youth Sports Program, Coaching 4, 5, and 6th grade Basketball, T-Ball, and 4, 5, and 6th grade Baseball. I have been a part of Pendleton County Recreation for over thirty-three years as a player and a coach. Along with multiple community programs through my employer, I have been working in the electric industry for over twenty years and currently employed at P&G as Electrical Controls Manufacturing Leader where I oversee the work flow of electrical components and assemblies on control systems. I have been in this position for over four years. Prior to P&G I worked at Chevron Phillips Oil Company in the Electrical Maintenance Department and was responsible for day to day machinery and building electrical responsibilities. I look forward to serving this community and look forward to seeing and talking to the great citizens of Falmouth, Ky.
Joyce Carson, Councilwoman
Mobile Phone: (859) 391-2701
I was born and raised in Pendleton County and have been a resident of Falmouth since 1975. I am married to Jeff and we have two sons, Chris and Alex (Brandi). I have one granddaughter, Adalyn. I have a B.S.degree in Education from EKU and received my Masters and Rank I from NKU. I have experience working with people since I taught in Estill County for 1/2 year, Logan County for one year, and Pendleton County for 30 years. I retired in 2005, but missed working, so I subbed until March of 2019.
I like being involved in the community, so I joined a group of concerned citizens to help promote Pendleton County by forming the Pendleton County Tourism Council. I currently am a member at large on the executive council of PCTC. Then when my son Alex moved to Northern Kentucky, I was selected to fill out his term on City Council. I’d already been attending most of council meetings and had some knowledge of priorities that were being worked on. So, I decided to run for a full term in November of 2018. I love this town and county and want to work with other groups in the county to move the community forward. We will make decisions that may not be popular with everyone, but I hope people understand that some issues have to be resolved for the betterment of the community as a whole. Hopefully we can look back and see that these decisions were the right thing to do. I encourage everyone to get involved in taking pride in our community, volunteering to put on events and helping out where needed. Attend city council, fiscal court, and school board meetings to find out what is going on. Instead of complaining, help us come up with solutions to problems.
I welcome you to contact me with your concerns. We cannot go back to what came before us, so we have to go forward and do the best we can to make our community better.
Shannon Johnson, Councilwoman
Mobile Phone: (859) 951-1122
I wanted to be a member of Falmouth City Council to advocate for the people and the community. My foundation rests on goals for a sustainable community, strong core values, and a sense of self- worth. Sustainability is something we should all focus on as we move forward. We need to make decisions that will not only impact us right now, but in the future. The decisions should not be taken lightly. I feel we all have the desire to live in a community with jobs, growth, opportunity, and safe living conditions. This is my focus. It is important to me that everyone feels proud to be a part of this community. I would like each person to become involved in what is going on here. Without the people, this town would be nothing. I want to make sure everyone feels connected. We are in this together. Please know that when I make a decision, I will continue to think it through. I never jump right into anything and a position with city council is no different. I am proud to be serving you.
On a more personal note, I am humbled to say I am always learning and researching. I have attended schools such as Maysville Community College where I received my AA in Art with a focus on Business, Northern Kentucky University before transferring to Morehead State, graduating with a BA in Art and Art Education (P-12). I completed my student teaching in Mason County. I also graduated from Maysville Phlebotomy Plus and completed my clinical hours at St Luke in Ft Thomas as a phlebotomist. I even attended Cincinnati School of Mortuary Science at one point. I have begun a Masters Degree program at Western KY University.
Currently, I am a State Certified Nursing Assistant as well as a State Certified Substitute Teacher. I have substitute taught for well over 20 years and have 10 ½ years of healthcare experience. I have worked elbow to elbow with some highly honored pathologists in both our Ft Thomas and Frankfort State Forensic Medical Examiners Offices. Additionally, I have worked in administration for Cincinnati Children’s Hospital as well as the surgery department of St Elizabeth as an anesthesia technician. I consider myself well-rounded and very fortunate for the interesting life path I have followed. I’m not done yet.
When I am not doing anything else, I am working on my Little Free Library (#44924) which I established in 2017. It is a nationally registered free book exchange and my way of sharing my love of reading and learning with those in my community. East End Art is also another business entity I continue to work on. I started it as part of a grant project to allow me to share art with children in the east end neighborhood of Falmouth. It has been successful and my goal is to someday have a studio where I can teach art to children on a regular basis.
The force that continues to inspire me and keep me going is my family. I have a wonderful husband, Bobby, who I met in Falmouth, even though neither of us are originally from here. He works at Lyons Magnus in Walton. I also have two adult sons who I am super proud of, Darius and Avery Washington. They both graduated from Pendleton County.