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Ms. Ginny Ramsey

Co-Director

Catholic Action Center

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Catholic Action Center

Background Information

Affiliations

Board Member
United Way

Co-Founder
Community Inn

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Ginny Ramsey, co-director of ...

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Ginny Ramsey, co-director of the Catholic Action Center and Community Inn, said the Compassionate Caravan has been running since 2014, but the "cold line" went live Jan. 10.


Ginny Ramsey, co-director of ...

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Ginny Ramsey, co-director of the Catholic Action Center and Community Inn, said the Compassionate Caravan has been running since 2014, but the "cold line" went live Jan. 10.


Barry McGuffin, director of Bardstown's ...

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Barry McGuffin, director of Bardstown's Bethany Haven shelter; Ginny Ramsey, co-founder of the Catholic Action Center in Lexington; and Michael Whiting of Catholic Charities in Louisville, will be the guest speakers for a forum on homelessness Monday afternoon at St. Catharine College near Springfield.


Ginny Ramsey, co-founder of ...

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Ginny Ramsey, co-founder of Lexington's Catholic Action Center, said many people felt a need to help Brothers after hearing his story.

"Jessie had a spirit about him that drew people to him; that's why people wanted to help him," Ramsey said Tuesday.
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"It was the compassion of others who helped Jessie that was an example that you could make a difference," Ramsey said Tuesday.


Ginny Ramsey, the co-founder ...

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Ginny Ramsey, the co-founder of the Community Inn and Catholic Action Center, a day shelter for the homeless, said the city had proposed more than 70 locations that were appropriately zoned for a night shelter during negotiations over whether the Community Inn could remain open at its Winchester Road location. If it's appropriately zoned for a night shelter, Ramsey would not have to ask the city permission to move her operations to a new location.

But Ramsey wanted to consolidate the Community Inn and Catholic Action Center in one location. Because of the newly-passed day shelter ordinance, that means she now had to apply for a special permit for the Spruce Street location or any new location, she said.
Ramsey said late last week that she was going to apply for a conditional use permit for the Spruce Street location. But Ramsey said she was still trying to figure out how to apply because her organization does not own the property, which was formerly the mayor's training center and is now owned by Central Christian Church.
"We are still trying to work it out with the owners," Ramsey said.
Crosby and Ramsey said they are going to wait and see what changes, if any, the city makes to the day shelter ordinance before deciding whether to accept the city's settlement offer.
"We will still have issues if they make you go through a different process if you are serving the poor or the homeless," Crosby said.
Ramsey has previously said the city has turned the Community Inn down for three different locations. The city counters that Ramsey has not filed applications for permits or zoning changes on any of the three possible locations that she has proposed.
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But Ramsey said the city is trying to make the process more difficult for organizations that serve the poor or homeless by requiring a conditional use permit.
"To exclude the poor from all zones is discriminatory if you are basing it on people's ability to pay," Ramsey said.
Ramsey also said that Community Inn had proposed moving to a building owned by the city on Georgetown Street that is currently used by the Community Action Council and is appropriately zoned for a night shelter. The city told her that the building could not be used for a homeless shelter.
"They did turn me down for Georgetown Street," Ramsey said.

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