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Letters

  • Don't micro-manage

     At the May 15th Fiscal Court meeting magistrates Laswell and Bradshaw voted against the appointment of Glen Fleming to the Bullitt County Sanitation District board. When asked to state a reason for their disapproval they said they thought the position should be filled by someone from the north end of the county. But as recently as February 7th they voted for the appointment of D. Hatcher, who is from the south end of the county and who’s position Mr. Fleming would be filling. Since Mr. Hatcher quit during the first meeting.

  • Don't pass bad laws

  • Thanks for Tea Party

  • Thanks for the honor

     So many letters being with “I meant to write this sooner.” So does this one.

  • Vote for Flaherty

     Rob Flaherty is on the ballot for the Shepherdsville City Council in the May 2012 election. Our community will be well served if we elect him to the Council. He will serve with great effectiveness and distinction.

  • Foster Care Month

     May is Foster Care Awareness Month. Many thing know of foster care, but few really understand how the system works, the role of the foster parents and most importantly, the experience of the children and youth in care.

  • Do the best you can

     Arguments, fights, worries, and just the little things that we think are a big deal and important. We all do these things on a daily basis, but why do we?

    I couldn’t answer that question a year ago, but now I can. I was very sick and needed a lung transplant to live. One year ago I got the cal that there were lungs waiting for me.  My recovery was slow, but now I’m doing fine and been given a second chance at life. So today I can answer that question.

  • Vote for Abell

     I am writing to encourage your readers to re-elect Layne Abell as the Bullitt Circuit Court Clerk. Layne has done an outstanding job in his duties and in maintaining a high-quality staff and service-oriented office. He is well respected by members of the judicial system throughout the Commonwealth of Kentucky. I am very proud to support Layne in his bid for re-election and hope your readers will do the same on May 22!

    Alice Harris

    Mount Washington

  • Nichols says thanks

     Nichols Elementary School PTA and staff members would like to thank the following for making our Spring Fling such a success:

  • Don't make it personal

     The request for a zoning change by the owners of Heritage Hill has ignited a firestorm of opposition. I have, and still do, oppose this change. However, I’ve been saddened that this passionate debate has taken a personal turn.

    I’ve lived on Valley View Drive for 36 years. Steve Plenge and Ted Korfhage and their families welcomed me into the neighborhood, and have treated me like family ever since. We have shared chores, equipment, laughs and tears over the fast few decades. We’ve shared the ups and downs that all of us go through in life.