Grayson Vandegrift (Mayor)
Kaye Nita Gallagher
Asst. City Clerk
Midway City Council Meetings
- City Council meets 1st & 3rd Monday of each month. Meeting location is at City Hall.
The council meeting agenda is available on the Friday prior to
the meeting. Minutes for each meeting will be available a few days after
they are accepted by the City Council (usually at the next meeting).
Meet Your City Council
Kaye Nita Gallagher
"I believe the role of a city council member is to represent the voice of Midway citizens, their interests and expressed needs.”
Growing up near Midway, Sara understands the unique charm, beauty and
friendliness that Midway possesses and will work to protect and enhance
Sara Hicks grew up raising and showing purebred Aberdeen Angus cattle
on the Hicks Brothers farm outside Midway. She has been a licensed
marriage and family therapist treating the areas of substance abuse,
domestic violence, child abuse and family reunification for 30 years.
She has a M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy and a B.A. in Speech and
Communications/Musical Theater from the University of Cincinnati and is a
member of the Midway Presbyterian Church. In 2012 she chaired the
Francisco’s Farm Arts Festival.
She is eager to improve the city’s drinking water. “We need to
continue to seek current solutions to the less than desirable water
quality that some residents are experiencing” she said. “We need to
consult with engineers and other experts to balance or partially replace
our system so that residents enjoy clear water.”
A midway area resident since 1968, Daniel Roller is the former
president of the Midway Lions Club and a member of Midway Christian
Church, Midway Renaissance and Woodford Tomorrow. A 1971 graduate of
the University of Cincinnati 1971, Daniel is currently retired.
Daniel believes revenue to provide citizens services is the most
important issue and that Midway should actively seek economic grants in
all areas. He supports redeveloping the nearly 10% of Midway’s property
that is blighted in order to provide additional housing and business
opportunities increasing City revenue and income as well as repairing
and replacing inadequate sewer and water lines to improve service and
reduce operating costs.
In 2011 Bruce Southworth retired as city of Versailles Director of
Public Works with 27 years of public service. Bruce served as a water
treatment plant operator for the city of Georgetown, wastewater plant
operator for the city of Midway and as City Administrator for the city
of Versailles. These experiences have given Bruce insight into
preparing budgets and keeping a City running efficiently.
Libby and her husband David are both Midway natives where they met in
1st grade at Midway High School. They enjoy a daughter, son, grandson,
and granddaughter. She attended Woodford County High School, Midway
Junior College, and the University of Kentucky.
She married in 1972 and
began building a successful business in interior design serving
residential and commercial clientele. In 2003, the Commonwealth of
Kentucky established certification for interior designers and Libby
successfully passed the necessary NCIDQ testing to become Kentucky
Certified Interior Designer 0048. Libby was raised in the Midway Baptist
Church where she accepted Christ as her savior at the age of 9. Over 47
years, she has served as choir director or organist for churches in
Midway, Troy, and Millville.
Councilman Warfield is pleased to now have the opportunity to serve
her community at large. She knows that her varied experiences, maturity,
knowledge, and lifelong love for treasured Midway will enable her to
use citizen input to guide decisions concerning their home. She
currently serves on the Cemetery & City Property and Blighted
Property Committees. She has also become a member of the Midway Veterans
“I am honored to have the opportunity to serve our community during
this season of exciting new development and growth. Midway’s citizens
are our greatest asset! Please contact me with any concerns. Your
comments are a most important resource.”