Public Documents 2018-07-06T11:43:48+00:00

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Transparency

As a public media entity, Lexington Community Radio makes every effort to be as transparent as possible in order to comply with standards set forth by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB).

There are also certain public inspection files that are a requirement of the Federal Communications Commission. They are placed here so members of the public may have free access to these reports. These reports are also available for inspection at the offices of Lexington Community Radio, 123 E. Sixth St., Lexington, KY 40508.


Integrity

Lexington Community Radio subscribes to the Public Media Code of Integrity.


Contact Information

Lexington Community Radio
WLXU 93.9 LPFM
WLXL 95.7 LPFM ‘El Pulso Latino’

Physical Location:
STEAM Academy
123 E. Sixth St.
Lexington, KY 40508

Mailing Address:
PO Box 526
Lexington, KY 40588-0526


Employment Opportunities

Lexington Community Radio maintains a list of organizations that are notified when we have employment opportunities. If you would like your organization to be notified of these employment opportunities, please email us or call (859) 721-5688.


Governance

Lexington Community Radio is governed by a Board of Directors.

President
Debra A. Hensley
Lexington, KY
Officer term through December 2018
Board term through December 2018

Vice-President/President-Elect
Tonya Jackson
Lexington, KY
Officer term through December 2018
Board term through December 2020

Treasurer
Gloria Hansen
Lexington, KY
Officer term through December 2018
Board term through December 2020

Secretary
Christina Noll
Lexington, KY
Officer term through December 2018
Board term through December 2019

Kimberly Turner Brennen
Lexington, KY
Officer term through December 2018
Board term through December 2019

Monica Calleja
Lexington, KY
Board term through December 2019

Amy Carrington
Lexington, KY
Board term through December 2020

Bethany Hicks
Lexington, KY
Board term through December 2019

Lisa Higgins-Hord
Lexington, KY
Board term through December 2018

Rowena Mahloch
Lexington, KY
Board term through December 2020

Melynda Price
Lexington, KY
Board term through December 2020

Debbie C. Smith
Lexington, KY
Board term through December 2020

Shannon Stuart-Smith
Lexington, KY
Board term through December 2018

Kakie Urch
Associate Professor, College of Communication and Information, University of Kentucky
Lexington, KY
Board term through December 2019

Sarah Wylie VanMeter
Lexington, KY
Board term through December 2020

Dominique Wright
Lexington, KY
Board term through December 2020


Board of Director Meetings

Lexington Community Radio Board of Directors meetings are open to the public.
Certain portions of meetings may be closed to the public. Reasons for the closure of Board of Directors meetings will be made available to the public in a reasonable amount of time after the closed meeting via written statement. This statement will be available for public viewing within 10 days after each closed meeting on this webpage.

The Board of Directors has regular meetings each quarter along with occasional special meetings. Meetings are usually held at 5:30pm at a branch of the Lexington Public Library.

2018 Schedule

  • Jan 29- SPECIAL MEETING: Strategic Planning, Northside Branch- Presentation
  • Feb 25- SPECIAL MEETING: Strategic Planning, Central Branch- Presentation
  • Mar 25- regular meeting, ArtsPlace*- Minutes
  • June 11- regular meeting, Village Branch
  • September 10- regular meeting, Central Branch
  • November 12- regular meeting, Northside Branch

*no public library branch was available

Mark Royse, General Manager, is responsible for public notices of meetings.
Questions may be directed to him by email or by calling (859) 721-5866.

Governance Documents


Management

Mark J. Royse, General Manager/Executive Director
Mary Clark, Program Director, WLXU LPFM 93.9
Victor Palomino, Program Director, WLXL LPFM 95.7
Sharon Hays, Community Development Officer

Management Documents


Members

  • Fatima Espinoza
  • Shuling Fister
  • Aardra Kachroo
  • Richard Sanchez
  • Ashley Smith
  • Jami Young

Community Advisory Council Meetings

Lexington Community Radio Community Advisory Council meetings are open to the public.
Certain portions of meetings may be closed to the public. Reasons for the closure of Community Advisory Council meetings will be made available to the public in a reasonable amount of time after the closed meeting via written statement. This statement will be available for public viewing within 10 days after each closed meeting on this webpage.

The Community Advisory Council has two regular meetings each year with an optional third meeting mid-year. Meetings are at 5:30pm and held in a branch of the Lexington Public Library.

2018 Meetings

  • March 22, Central Branch
  • August 23, Northside Branch
  • October 18, Northside Branch

Mark Royse, General Manager, is responsible for public notices of meetings.
Questions may be directed to him by email or by calling (859) 721-5866.

Public Documents


Financial Statement Information

Lexington Community Radio maintains a GuideStar profile at GoodGiving.net, which contains up-to-date financial information for our organization.


Diversity Statement

Lexington Community Radio does not discriminate on the basis of actual or perceived: race, color, ethnic origin, national origin, creed, religion, political belief, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, gender identity or expression, age, handicap, developmental disability, or any other legally protected reason.

Lexington Community Radio strives to reflect the communities we serve in our staffing and governance.

To that end, Lexington Community Radio has set the following diversity goals:

  • To recruit and retain a diverse workforce that is representative of our service area.
  • To provide equal opportunity in employment.
  • To educate our management and staff annually in best practices for maintaining an inclusive and diverse environment for all persons.
  • To assist in developing a more diverse future workforce with professional skills in the broadcasting/media industry by recruiting diverse candidates for Lexington
  • Community Radio internship opportunities and/or by participating in minority or other diversity job fairs.
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