The Winchester-Clark County Parks and Recreation Board could be looking for a new recreation specialist.
During its monthly meeting Monday night at College Park Gym, board members recommended that Jim Snapp be terminated. The board's recommendation will be presented to the Clark County Fiscal Court during its meeting Wednesday.
The board adjourned into closed session and returned, voting to recommend that Snapp be terminated as an employee of the Parks and Recreation Department.
Board chairman Charlie Eury said the reason for the action was a job "performance issue."
Snapp is responsible for organizing and helping plan various parks events under the jurisdiction of the parks and recreation director.
Also at the meeting, board members heard an update on the pool project at College Park. Kenny Davis of Codell Construction, who is overseeing the project, said work on the pool is "15 percent" complete.