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Resident angry about destruction of land

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Property owner says cleanup of slurry in creek is disturbing her property without any notice

By Stephen Thomas

 SHEPHERDSVILLE - Wendy Geary owns property along New Ed Quick Road that is being affected by slurry dumped into a nearby stream.

Geary attended a recent Bullitt Fiscal Court meeting stating that no one has informed her about anything going on with the situation, other than employees from Bluegrass Contracting.

Now she said her property is being accessed by large machinery forcing its way to the creek bed.


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