Van "Doodle" Alexander, Mayor
Angie C. Graham
City Council January 1, 2019 - present
Thank you for electing me to serve on Flemingsburg City Council this is my third term to serve for the residents of Flemingsburg. I am a lifelong resident of Fleming County and lived for 42 years in Flemingsburg. I have attended and received a variety of training from the Kentucky League of Cities and wish to continue to receive further training to help our city to grow and prosper. I am proud to say I am from Flemingsburg and am always quick to defend our city. I believe our city can advance in many ways in the near future. You often see me driving or walking in the city limits looking at our facilities, buildings, and residential areas. I am approachable and quick to respond if you have an issue. I am married to David Graham and live at 305 Elizaville Avenue, Flemingsburg. We are blessed to have two children, Kaylee and John. I am employed by Fleming County Schools as a teacher at the high school. My teaching has allowed me to have a variety of jobs and skills transferable to the City of Flemingsburg and the council. I have been on numerous committees and site base management from my employment with the school system. I have been an active member of the Tilton Christian Church. On several occasions, you can see me cheering on the Panthers and the Morehead Eagles to victory. I love our city and enjoy helping our residents and hope to improve our quality of life in our City of Flemingsburg. You may reach me the quickest by contacting my cell number of 606-748-2861 and please leave a message or text. Our phone number is 606-849-4277. My goal is to return calls within 24 hours and answer your questions as soon as possible.
City Council January 1, 2019-present
Hello and welcome to the City of Flemingsburg and to our website. My name is Danny Carpenter, I was currently re-elected as one of your city Councilman. My involvement in City Government started in 1976 when I started my 41 year career in law enforcement with the Flemingsburg Police Department. Upon graduation from the Police Academy, I remained a police officer until becoming Chief of Police for over 17 years. I received the Kentucky Association of Chiefs of Police (KACP) Chief of the Year Award in 2007. After retiring from the City, I accepted an investigator position with the Kentucky Inspectors Generals Office from 2007-2012. In 2012, I became a Deputy for the Fleming County Sheriff’s Office until 2017, where I supervised the Court Security at the New Justice Center upon opening.
My wife, Karen, and I moved off the farm in 1999 and built our home at 500 Chapel Lane, where we still reside. We are active members of the Flemingsburg Nazarene Church. I’m also a member of the Flemingsburg Lions Club. Our children are Rebecca “Becky” McGinnis and Patricia “Trish” Carpenter. Sadly, my youngest daughter Trish passed away in 2022. My son-in-law is Jamie McGinnis and my grandchildren are JD and Lauren McGinnis.
I want to thank all those who voted and for allowing me the opportunity to serve you once again. These past four years have been a pleasure! The City was so good to me for all those years that I served as a Police Officer. I’m thankful that I can help give back and try to do something good for the community as we move forward, facing challenges and uncertainties. Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns at 606-748-0688 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you and God Bless
City Council Member January 1, 2023-present
Hello, my name is Terry McKee newly elected city council member. I am a lifelong resident of Flemingsburg with my wife Edna. We have three grown children Latoshia, TJ, and Sarah. We have 4 grandchildren Braylon, Keasten, Azari, and Kru. I am the son of Arthur and the late great Nora McKee. I am retired from Dayton Power & Light/AES, where I worked for 40 and 8 months until it closed. I am working to move our city forward. Let me know if you have any concerns or problems, I will bring them up at the next meeting.
City Council Member 1984-87, 2001-2020, 2023-present
Hello and welcome to the city of Flemingsburg's website. I have lived in Flemingsburg since 1960 and have always strived to make our city a great place to work and live. Ann, my wife, and I reside at 308 Stockwell Avenue and are the parents of two grown children, Jennifer McRoberts and Justin Story. I have been a self-employed businessperson most of my adult life and find that the business principles that make your business successful will also make your city successful. I want to keep our city relevant in all things now and well into the future. I look forward to serving our city as a councilman for the next two years. If I can be of service in any way, please contact me by phone or text at 606-748-7201 or email at email@example.com
City Council Member January 1, 2023-present
City Council Member
Flemingsburg has longed billed itself as ‘The Friendly Town That Hospitality Built’ and I am honored to again have an opportunity to serve the community as we seek to extend that culture as we grow into the future. I have lived in Flemingsburg for the past 45 years and have served the community throughout that time as: a member of the Flemingsburg Fire Department for 45 years; an elected official for 27 years between 1985-2019; and on various boards and community organizations. I retired from a career in public education after serving for 38 years as a high school teacher, principal, district administrator, and college instructor. I am a commissioned minister with the Christian Church in Kentucky (Disciples of Christ), serving as pastor of a local church for the past 13 years. I am currently serving as the Director of Emergency Management for Fleming County, working to maintain a high level of preparedness for the county while assisting community leaders in emergency situations and ensuring the continuation of basic services. My goal in serving is to do what I can to make life better for the people in our community; to help them reach their potential as productive members of the community; and to provide opportunities for growth for the community at large.