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Letters

  • Think before you zone

     The Shepherdsville City Council will be considering rezoning the fields at the junction of Highways 245 and 61 such that a huge warehouse can be built.

    This is a mostly residential area. Is this what you want? Please write the Shepherdsville City Council that your voice may be heard.

    Here is my letter (sent to each councilmember individually):

    I am writing to ask you to consider these points when making a decision about zoning the property at 245 and 61 heavy industrial and to allow a 2million square foot warehouse.

  • Successful Unite effort

     Congratulations to the Unite Bullitt County Committee for being a part of achieving the goal of  changing the redistricting lines.

  • Commend the effort

     I wish to commend David Strange and Scott Wantland and all of the other citizens who worked so hard in Unite Bullitt County. You are to be proud of your role in helping build a better Bullitt County.

    Charles A. Long

    Mt. Washington

  • Stranger Danger

     Hi, my name is Clayton Luttrell. I go to DePaul School and I am a fourth grader. I am a Webelos I Cub Scout with Pack 47. I am writing this letter in order to earn my Citizenship Cub Scout Academic Pin. The issue I am writing about is missing children. Why do people kidnap children? I don’t understand.

  • Lottery helps Bullitt County students

     Frequently I am asked about the lottery money. People ask me where does the money go?

  • Seniors deserve higher priority

     Kentucky’s Department of Aging and Independent Living provides meals on wheels and in home assistance to low income seniors who need help with activities of daily living. These services help seniors remain at home for 1/6 the cost Medicaid will pay for Nursing Home care. Most seniors would rather stay at home close to friends and family.

  • It's all up to you, Bullitt County

  • Pleasure serving Bullitt County

     Friends, I would like to thank you for the opportunity to serve the good people of Bullitt County. Every ten years, it is our Constitutional duty to realign voting districts according to the populations confirmed by the census. This requires the General Assembly to establish the “one man, one vote” rule. 

  • Hard work on redistricting

  • More federal dollars spent

     I was surprised to receive a letter from Joetta Calhoun, Mayor of Mount Washington, offering a “FREE” energy audit of my home. Apparently the city applied for and was awarded a federal grant to provide funding.